A multimillion-dollar, female valet parking business, where struggling models and actresses dressed in bikinis, miniskirts or lingerie and Santa hats park the cars of the rich and famous in the Los Angeles area.
Beverly Hills, California-based Girls Valet Parking opened for business less than six months ago. This week, it took over its rival, Valet Girls, and announced plans to expand to San Francisco, Las Vegas, San Diego and Phoenix.
Developers announced plans Friday to open a multimillion dollar sexual "theme park" near London's Piccadilly Circus, home to the much-photographed statue of the Greek god of love. Backers say the London Academy of Sex and Relationships, due to open next spring, will not be a sleazy sex museum, but an educational multimedia attraction that will teach visitors to become better lovers and provide valuable information about disease and sexual problems.
Britney Spears could well be a bigamist if TV presenter Richard Bacon is to be believed. 29-year-old Bacon, a DJ on 95.8 Capital FM, has said that he legally wed Britney, while interviewing her in a hotel room for Channel 4's The Big Breakfast, reports The Daily Mail. He said that the Britney even signed a marriage certificate with his name on it. He said that under such circumstances his marriage to Britney was still legally binding and her later marriage to Kevin was void.
Actress Jennifer Aniston has reportedly hired a team of security guards to fight off her underwear thief, who has been stealing her intimate apparel and selling them on eBay.
The 36-year-old actress filming, "The Break Up" in Chicago with heartthrob Vince Vaughn, 35, was furious after finding someone had broken in and made off with her bras and pants, and was horrified when her frilly smalls appeared on the internet auction site, eBay.
Staid Singapore will host its first-ever Sex Expo in November after receiving in-principle approval from the tightly-controlled city-state's authorities, a local newspaper reported Sunday.
The Singapore police have already imposed certain conditions for organizers no obscene acts can be put on display and all exhibits and promotions will face government scrutineers, the Straits Times newspaper reported.