Cat Poo Brew – Would you try it?

Bennett’s Fresh Roast in Fort Myers will brew what’s known as the world’s most expensive, rare and bizarrely harvested coffee. The price tag for a 12-ounce cup: $20. Kopi Luwak coffee beans are eaten by civets in Indonesia, then pass through the cat-like critter’s digestive tract before being collected and processed for brewing. The so-called “cat-poo coffee,” featured on “Oprah” and in the movie “The Bucket List,” sells for $190 a pound. Sound disgusting? Coffee connoisseurs claim gastric juices in the civet’s system enhance the beans’ flavor. If E. coli is a concern, Bennett’s owner Bob Grissinger roasted the beans at 600 degrees and brews coffee to about 200, reports the Fort Myers News-Press. Video I would try anything once… however I am starting to debate...

Breasts Too Big for Crime

Bikini model Serena Kozakura told a court her breasts were too large for her to fit through the hole. Miss Kozakura was convicted last year after a boyfriend said she had kicked in the wooden door of his room and crawled inside – because he was with another woman. But in her defence the 38-year-old model told the Tokyo court that the man had made the hole himself before accusing her. When she appealed this week her defence lawyer held up a plate showing the size of the hole and said she could not possibly have squeezed through it with her 43in bust. “I agree,” said Tokyo High Court presiding judge Kunio Harada after casting his eyes over the model. Bikini model Serena Kozakura told a court her breasts were too large for her to fit through the hole Miss Kozakura was convicted last year after a boyfriend said she had kicked in the wooden door of his room and crawled inside – because he was with another woman. But in her defence the 38-year-old model told the Tokyo court that the man had made the hole himself before accusing her. When she appealed this week her defence lawyer held up a plate showing the size of the hole and said she could not possibly have squeezed through it with her 43in bust. “I agree,” said Tokyo High Court presiding judge Kunio Harada after casting his eyes over the...