Out in the real world news is happening and here are the highlights.
Paris Hilton launches collaboration with budget supermarket Lidl
Multi-millionairess Paris Hilton has unveiled a surprise collaboration with German budget supermarket chain Lidl (yes, you read that right.) The infamous socialite will reportedly begin selling her own range of hair styling products — including hairdryers, hairbrushes, straighteners and spays — in stores just in time for christmas. Prices range between $2 and $20. Hilton, 35, is worth an estimated $100 million. – Evening Standard
Justin Bieber is indicted for a three-year-old offence in Argentina
After yesterday being slammed for wearing a real fur coat, Justin Bieber has found himself in more hot water after allegedly being indicted for an incident in Argentina that occurred three years ago. The love-him-or-hate-him Canadian troubadour allegedly ordered his bodyguards to attack and rob a photographer. A judge sent out a warrant for his arrest shortly after the incident, then canceled it. Now that same judge has filed an indictment, just before Bieber is set to tour the country early next year. – Vanity Fair
"Toilet paper" for smartphones is trialled in Japanese airport bathrooms
A second, smaller roll of "toilet paper" has appeared alongside the regular roll in bathroom stalls at an airport in Japan, so that travelers can wipe down their phones as well as their asses. Knowing full well many people use smartphones while taking a dump, Narita International Airport has provided the additional roll to fully sanitise your gadgets after taking care of your business. Each sheet welcome users to Japan, and includes information about the airport's Wi-Fi and an app with travel tips. – Fortune
German police say Tunisian suspect in Berlin Christmas market attack was under terror investigation
German police say the prime suspect being hunted down for the deadly attack on a Berlin Christmas market — 24-year-old Tunisian migrant Anis Amri, was the subject of a terrorism investigation earlier this year and was not deported even though his asylum bid was rejected. Amri became the subject of a pan-European manhunt after investigators discovered a wallet with his identity documents in the truck used in Monday’s attack that left 12 dead. Houses in the Berlin districts of Kreuzberg, Moabit, and Prenzlauer Berg, as well as an address in Dortmund, were all raided overnight.
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