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What's Trending at 5:30, Monday, November 11th / Conversation

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Time for what's trending at 5:30....

One husband is facing felony charges after shocking behavior toward his wife.
He's a Bears fan...she's a Packers fan...and they agreed that if the  Bears beat the Packers, he could use his stun gun on her.  The Bears did win...and this guy did use his stun gun.  And a friend shot it on his phone.  She didn't think all this was funny at all so she called the cops...After watching the video the cops decided she *DID* consent to be shocked...however the hubby is still charged with felony possession of an electronic weapon, which is illegal in Wisconsin.

Suspended Miami Dolphins player Richie Incognito speaking out after being accused of bullying.
His teammate Jonathan Martin left the team last month because of "harassment that he said went far beyond the traditional locker room hazing," according to martin's attorney.
Days later, the Dolphins suspended Incognito for conduct detrimental to the team.
In an interview incognito says that he wants to clear the air, "QUOTE"....I've taken stuff too far and I didn't know it was hurting him." "END-QUOTE"
Martin on the other hand, has not spoken publicly since the controversy erupted.
No commrnt at theis hour from the Miami Dolphin officials.

A couple in Tampa dubbed the modern day Bonnie and Clyde, are facing decades behind bars after a string of bank robberies in Tampa, Brandon, Lakeland, Plant City, and Orlando.
Federal agents say 28-year old Immanuel Williams and 28-year old Cara Lee Williams robbed at least 15 banks, by giving the tellers notes that demanded money.
Cara a former Chase Bank employee,who alledgely took a day off her job to rob another bank.
Both suspects face federal robbery charges that could lead to 20-years behind bars.
The two were tracked by the tower pings of their wireless cell phone calls.....and by the video surveillance pictures that matched in multiple bank locations.

Fellas, do you walk fast or slow?
A new study suggests that men who are in love walk slower.
scientists found that when men walked with a significant other, they slowed their pace to match the females.
Scientists say this bonding moment didn't happen with other pairings.

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