An armed security guard interrupted a robbery in progress at a New Jersey 7-Eleven. Two men entered a 7-Eleven in Hamilton, NJ on Thursday night. One of the men hopped the counter and produced what appeared to be a handgun. The armed thug robbed the cashier at gunpoint while the other thug hopped the counter and began to empty the cash drawer.
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Embattled Youtube star Logan Paul hired a security firm to guard his $6.5 million Los Angeles home after he posted a video of a man hanging from a tree in Suicide Forest in Japan.
The 22-year-old Vlogger, who earned $12 million from endorsements in 2016, posted a video of himself and his friends laughing and joking as the camera zoomed in on the man’s body hanging from a tree.
“Did we just find a dead person in the suicide forest hanging?” He asked a Japanese guide who was leading his group through the forest. “Yo, are you alive? Are you f-cking with us?” Logan joked on camera.
Security experts say one of the cardinal sins in their field is allowing unauthorized persons to get too close to the person they are protecting. Mariah Carey‘s bodyguards displayed an inexcusable lapse in security after they allowed a random fan to touch the Diva.
A NFL security guard was caught pleasuring himself during a San Diego Chargers home game on Sunday.
A female fan sitting near the end zone spotted the man vigorously stimulating himself right in front of the cheerleaders.
Beyonce Knowles and her husband Shawn Carter, aka Jay Z, stepped out in NYC surrounded by a phalanx of heavily armed bodyguards on Tuesday. Bey and Jay aren’t taking any chances after singer Christina Grimmie, 22, was shot and killed by a deranged fan in Orlando last week. If there’s one thing Beyonce knows about, it’s deranged fans.
A bodyguard who was abruptly fired by Kanye West for being too talkative with Kim Kardashian is speaking out.
Steve Stanulis, a former NYPD cop and Chippendale dancer, says Kanye West is the most “condescending” client he’s ever worked for.
It cost American taxpayers $1.4 billion to protect President Barack Obama and his family in 2015. It will cost nearly that to protect Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg over the next decade.
Fortune.com reports Facebook paid $4.3 million to a security force to protect Zuckerberg in 2015. The social networking giant has already shelled out millions more in 2016.
— Deadspin (@Deadspin) December 6, 2015
The University of Houston terminated its contract with a stadium security company after its employees assaulted fans who rushed out onto the field to celebrate the Houston Cougars’ 24-13 victory over the Temple Owls in the AAC championship on Saturday.