The Case Of The Exploding Headphones

First it was the Samsung Galaxy S7, then Mercedes Benz, and now headphones. On a recent flight from China to Australia, a passenger, whose identity is still unknown, fell asleep listening to music in her battery-powered headphones. When she woke up two hours later, it was to the sounds of an explosion. When she went to turn around, she felt her face burning, she then threw the headphones to the ground for the flight attendants to pour water over, which left them stuck to the floor. Other passengers had to smell the fumes of burnt plastic and hair for the remainder of the flight.  


Bernadette McCready, 42, of Airdrie, Scotland, said she was prevented from accessing vital health services once she revealed her cannabis use. McCready had gone to the Royal Alexandra Hospital last June for a surgery. However, physicians told her she needed to leave after she disclosed she had been using cannabis oil to help treat symptoms related to a hysterectomy she had in 2012.

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