Paul Walker -- best known for his role in The Fast and the Furious movies -- died Saturday afternoon after a single-car accident and explosion in Southern California ... TMZ has learned. The accident happened in Santa Clarita north of Los Angeles and according to multiple sources the actor was in a Porsche when the driver somehow lost control and slammed into a post or a tree ... and then the car burst into flames. Walker and another person in the car were killed.
Police in Jamaica say authorities have seized 3,300 missile warheads and a machine to make missiles and bullets. Deputy Police Superintendent Steve Brown said Friday that custom officials discovered the weapons late Thursday aboard a ship at Kingston Wharf. He declined to say where the shipment originated from or its destination. No one has been arrested. Brown told reporters that police are seeking helping from international agencies after their findings. He said it was the first time authorities had made such a discovery.
A Florida-based firm has designed a floating city called Freedom Ship that would spend its entire time at sea. The vessel is a mile long, 25-stories high and has enough room for 50,000 permanent residents. It features schools, hospitals, art galleries, shops, parks, an aquarium, casino and even an art gallery as well as an airport on the roof and a docking bay at the rear. "The Freedom Ship will be the largest vessel ever built, and the first ever floating city," said project creator Roger Gooch, who hopes to raise the estimated $9.8 billion necessary to make it a reality.
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A man whose girlfriend refused to marry him because of his 'too small' penis decided to travel the world and talk with men, women and medical experts in a bid to answer the age-old question 'does size matter?'
Patrick Moote, 30, based in Los Angeles, California, filmed all of the conversations he had in destinations including New York, Taiwan and Papua New Guinea, and pieced them together to create a hilariously thought-provoking documentary titled Unhung Hero - out now on DVD.
Explaining why he decided to make his 'less-than-average size member' a public concern, Mr Moote told the New York Post: 'I've always gone after things I'm insecure about head on [and I] saw an opportunity to answer a question that I think was bothering a lot of guys and . . . me.'