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May 18, 2012 | By Sam Wood, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A Montgomery County man, arrested earlier this year for stealing the underwear of a woman he was allegedly stalking, was charged this week with using a hidden camera to film up the skirt of another woman at the King of Prussia Plaza. Kornwell Chan, of Dresher, was spotted at the Plaza near Lord & Taylor on Sunday, May 13, by an undercover officer who noted Chan's resemblance to a suspect wanted in a up-skirting incident at the nearby J.C. Penney in September 2011, said Risa Vetri Ferman, the Montgomery County District Attorney.
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July 10, 1992 | By Fawn Vrazo, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Build a better condom, A.V.K. Reddy figured, and the world will beat a path to your door. And so the physician and inventor came up with one of the oddest creations in the history of contraception - the female bikini condom. It looks like something you'd find on a shelf at the local porn store: a pair of beige latex bikini panties with a rolled-up condom built into the crotch. During sex, the condom part unfurls and - voila! - the woman has her own instant protection against pregnancy and AIDS.
NEWS
March 16, 1995 | by Dave Racher, Daily News Staff Writer
Larry Machalski says his next- door neighbor on Lawndale Avenue was anything but neighborly. Machalski, a Holmesburg Prison correctional officer, said Kathy Vanhorn, 35, threatened to burn down his house last May 28, after falsely accusing him of having some relatives and a neighbor arrested on various charges. "I didn't know what the heck she was talking about," testified Machalski, 39, before a jury convicted Vanhorn of terroristic threats and harassment. Sentence was deferred by Common Pleas Judge Genece E. Brinkley.
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October 31, 1995 | By Matt White and Robert J. Terry, FOR THE INQUIRER
It might be the most successful panty raid in history. On Saturday, someone made off with 300 pairs of women's panties from the Victoria's Secret store in the Deptford Mall. That's about $4,500 in undies, according to a police report released yesterday. The panties were last seen at 11 a.m., arrayed on a red-felt-covered table a few feet from the front door. At 9:30 p.m. - closing time - an employee noticed that the table was empty. Nearly as unmentionable as the stolen goods were further details of the crime.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 15, 1987 | By RENEE V. LUCAS, Daily News Fashion Writer
In 1947, he gave the American woman bras, nighties, peignoirs and panties, all in basic black. In 1952, he offered her panties that were crotchless. In 1981 his gift was edible panties and bras, in tutti frutti, pina colada, banana, cherry and passion fruit. Now, Mr. Frederick Mellinger of Hollywood is at it again. He knows exactly what his women want, and he's going to give it to them. Two-piece dresses with peplums and pleats. Chambray shirts and five-pocket denim jeans. Long, straight skirts that fall almost to the ankle.
NEWS
February 3, 1988 | By RENEE V. LUCAS, Daily News Staff Writer
Hey . . . fella! Yeah, you! The one breaking out in a cold sweat because it's exactly T-minus 11 days to Valentine's and you haven't got a clue as to what kind of treat you're going to get for your sweet. Worse still, being the sensitive guy that you are, you really want to do something different this year. Just this morning you turned on the radio and the sound of Janet Jackson's saucy admonition - "You sent me some roses / But roses do die / You gave me some candy / It melted - nice try" - didn't make you want to boogie, it made you depressed.
NEWS
February 14, 2014
M ARIEL ROJO, 26, of Burholme, is a fashion designer who recently launched a line of lingerie from a co-op on Arch Street near 3rd in Old City. Rojo, a native of Guadalajara, Mexico, graduated in 2011 from the Istituto Europeo di Design in Barcelona. She also studied at Philadelphia University and at Moore College of Art & Design. Rojo's lingerie can be found online by searching for her name. Q: How'd you decide to get into lingerie design? A: I liked lingerie when I was in school.
NEWS
December 12, 1991 | by Mary Flannery and Bob Eisberg, Daily News Staff Writers The New York Daily News, the National Enquirer and the Associated Press contributed to this report
QUOTE "It is television that has made us inhumane . . . without pity. Something terrible has happened to America. " - Kurt Vonnegut Jr. THE BOTTOM LINE: TERM IS CHILDISH We are glad the William Kennedy Smith trial is over. Mary Lupo's scowls. Moira Lasch's monotone. Young Willie's perpetual smirk. Other than the "Jupiter woman's" riveting testimony, we've witnessed more honest emotion waiting for the "C" bus. And there's more: To Tattle's annoyance, both defense attorney Roy Black and prosecutor Lasch repeatedly referred to the undergarment worn by Smith's 30-year-old accuser as "panties.
NEWS
May 9, 2005 | By A.D. Amorosi FOR THE INQUIRER
Your first reaction to a concert teaming of The Game and Snoop Dogg might be "Duck!" But despite their one-time affiliations with, respectively, the violent California gangs Bloods and Crips, nothing was more peaceable than Saturday's meeting of the millionaire rappers at the Wachovia Spectrum. Snoop, hip- hop's most languorously fluid rapper, specializes in stadium-sized, pimped-out machismo, and here he laid it on thick - a stage filled with potlike plants and a soft porn gangsta film with Snoop taking on naked women and gunmen with guns blazing.
NEWS
July 10, 1998 | by Theresa Conroy, Daily News Staff Writer
Whatever blows your skirt up. That could be the motto for a new breed of high-tech peeping toms: Men who secretly videotape up women's skirts. Philadelphia police say Daniel Laws, of Wyncote, is one of these perverts. Earlier this week, Laws, 50, became the first person arrested in the city under Pennsylvania's new peeping-tom law. Security guards at Filene's Basement on Chestnut Street allegedly caught Laws taking a videocamera from a duffel bag, surreptitiously placing it on the floor between the legs of shopping women, stepping back and letting the camera capture a view of their panties.
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June 19, 2015 | Lauren McCutcheon, Daily News Staff Writer
"GREY," the latest in author E L James ' best-selling series that turned millions of readers onto BDSM romantics, debuted. As with the stylistically (and grammatically) challenged British wordsmith's other novels about billionaire sex bully Christian Grey and confounding virgin heroine Anastasia Steele, the fourth installment challenges the boundaries of one's intimate life - and is unlikely to win a literary award. This go-round, "Grey" retells the first "Fifty Shades" from Christian's perspective.
NEWS
February 14, 2014
M ARIEL ROJO, 26, of Burholme, is a fashion designer who recently launched a line of lingerie from a co-op on Arch Street near 3rd in Old City. Rojo, a native of Guadalajara, Mexico, graduated in 2011 from the Istituto Europeo di Design in Barcelona. She also studied at Philadelphia University and at Moore College of Art & Design. Rojo's lingerie can be found online by searching for her name. Q: How'd you decide to get into lingerie design? A: I liked lingerie when I was in school.
NEWS
May 18, 2012 | By Sam Wood, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A Montgomery County man, arrested earlier this year for stealing the underwear of a woman he was allegedly stalking, was charged this week with using a hidden camera to film up the skirt of another woman at the King of Prussia Plaza. Kornwell Chan, of Dresher, was spotted at the Plaza near Lord & Taylor on Sunday, May 13, by an undercover officer who noted Chan's resemblance to a suspect wanted in a up-skirting incident at the nearby J.C. Penney in September 2011, said Risa Vetri Ferman, the Montgomery County District Attorney.
NEWS
October 20, 2011
LAS CRUCES, N.M. - Campus police at New Mexico State University are investigating claims that someone stole panties from a woman's clothesline. The woman told officers on Monday that she had hung several pairs of colored underwear and two bras on the clothesline Saturday night. She found her gate open Sunday and nine pairs of panties worth about $60 were gone. A year ago members of an NMSU sorority told police that one of their members had been stealing Victoria's Secret underwear and bras worth hundreds of dollars.
NEWS
May 9, 2005 | By A.D. Amorosi FOR THE INQUIRER
Your first reaction to a concert teaming of The Game and Snoop Dogg might be "Duck!" But despite their one-time affiliations with, respectively, the violent California gangs Bloods and Crips, nothing was more peaceable than Saturday's meeting of the millionaire rappers at the Wachovia Spectrum. Snoop, hip- hop's most languorously fluid rapper, specializes in stadium-sized, pimped-out machismo, and here he laid it on thick - a stage filled with potlike plants and a soft porn gangsta film with Snoop taking on naked women and gunmen with guns blazing.
NEWS
September 16, 2004 | By Desmond Ryan INQUIRER THEATER CRITIC
Wary and fastidious theatergoers may understandably think of "German sex comedy" as an oxymoron. But The Underpants, which presents an often funny overview of sexual and political power struggles, brings together two writing talents separated by close to a century. Carl Sternheim wrote Die Hose in 1910 as the first in a series of works that satirized bourgeois values; Steve Martin adapted it for contemporary audiences. The comedy, at the Arden Theatre, deals with a miserable marriage.
LIVING
March 26, 2000 | By Denise Cowie, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Come April Fool's Day, you'll be able to buy panty hose that have no toes. No joke. But you'll only be able to buy them online, from http://www.lycra.com - the Web site of DuPont Lycra. Why would you want panty hose without toes? Well, think about it. It's spring. Soon you're going to want to start wearing your sandals. The ones that bare your toes and flaunt your funky new nail polish. But your legs are still in winter mode, dry and flaky and not exactly svelte. Wouldn't you prefer to smooth away the blemishes under some sheer nylon?
LIVING
November 4, 1998 | By W. Speers This report contains material from the Associated Press, Reuters, New York Post, New York Daily News, Washington Post, USA Today, Variety and Star
The Rolling Stones, not satisfied with the $89.5 mil they raked in from the September 1997-launched "Bridges to Babylon" tour, will do a 20-gig tour early next year on which the best tix will cost $300 each. "Usually, we know when and where we're going to stop dead," said Keith Richards. "But due to public demand and British tax laws, we decided to keep going. " The tour, designed to sell the live album from the Babylon tour, No Security - out yesterday - will play the so-called secondary cities the band didn't drain the last time around, such as Denver; San Francisco; Hartford, Conn.
NEWS
July 10, 1998 | by Theresa Conroy, Daily News Staff Writer
Whatever blows your skirt up. That could be the motto for a new breed of high-tech peeping toms: Men who secretly videotape up women's skirts. Philadelphia police say Daniel Laws, of Wyncote, is one of these perverts. Earlier this week, Laws, 50, became the first person arrested in the city under Pennsylvania's new peeping-tom law. Security guards at Filene's Basement on Chestnut Street allegedly caught Laws taking a videocamera from a duffel bag, surreptitiously placing it on the floor between the legs of shopping women, stepping back and letting the camera capture a view of their panties.
NEWS
June 9, 1997 | by Julie Knipe Brown and Valerie M. Russ, Daily News Staff Writers
He shot a man to death with a .22-caliber rifle in a dispute over a parking space, served 12 years in prison, then skipped out on his parole. He's been driving a car owned by a woman who vanished three months ago, and he was nabbed by cops after another woman allegedly saw him climbing into her bathroom window. He had a 9-mm semiautomatic pistol and an assortment of women's panties stashed in the glove compartment of the car he was driving, according to police. Arthur J. Bomar, 38, a man who was living in Warrington, Bucks County, is your worst nightmare, police say. The paroled murderer, arrested last week in Lower Merion, has been linked to the disappearance of Maria Cabuenos, 25, a Juniata Park woman who's been missing since March 15. Authorities also want to question him in connection with the June 20, 1996, murder of Aimee Willard, 22, of Brookhaven, Delaware County.
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