From a creature that can survive the harsh vacuum of space to the odd state sport of Maryland, you're bound to learn something that makes you think twice.
A truck dumps five cent coins in the centre of the Federal Square during a an event organised by the Committee for the initiative "CHF 2,500 monthly for everyone" (Grundeinkommen) in Bern October 4, 2013.
Five women are suing Monster energy drinks over its 'abusive and discriminatory culture'.Brent Hamilton, who remains the head of music marketing at Monster Energy, is accused of choking his ex-girlfriend Sara Rabuse and attempting to bite off her finger while drunk, according to her lawsuit, obtained by Huffington Post.Kenneally also remains in his job, as a vice president at Monster, despite three women accusing him of bullying and harassment.Huff Post reports it has obtained text messages he sent to one of these women, in where he ranted at her, calling her a 'whore,' claiming she must have 'f**ked 50 guys' and that he didn't care if she was 'f**king two black d**ks'.Hamilton was arrested, and Rabuse was rushed to hospital.
Monster does not deny the incident but says the alleged assault was a private matter. Hamilton's employment history with Monster, or otherwise, that would have suggested he has a violent or abusive history or that he and his ex-girlfriend would have gotten into a private domestic dispute as alleged,' the company told Huff Post.
She was found by another hotel guest lying on the floor of their hotel room, with clumps of her hair missing and her nails broken from trying to fight Hamilton.
Police report that she also had bright red marks round her neck and a bloody thumb.
While another two top executives, vice president John Kenneally and another manager, Phillip Deitrich, are accused of harassing or bullying staff.
Five women are now suing the company on grounds of sexual discrimination, harassment or assault.
They claim that Monster had an 'abusive and discriminatory culture' and that women were punished for speaking up.