WELLINGTON, New Zealand - A New Zealand TEENager, who says she auctioned her virginity online for $32,000 to raise tuition money, did not break any laws, but it might be risky for her to follow through on the deal, police warned Wednesday. The anonymous 19-year-old student offered her virginity to the highest bidder on the website www.ineed.co.nz under the name 'Unigirl', saying she would use the money to pay for her tuition. She said in a post that more than 30,000 people had viewed her ad and more than 1,200 had made bids before she accepted an offer of more than New Zealand dollars 45,000 (US$32,000).
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Delaware - A concerned citizen called 911 to report two legs sticking out from the entrance of a homemade igloo. Officers responded to the call, searched the area, and saw two black shoes sticking out the igloo. The police found a Delaware TEEN hiding inside and in possession of an eight-inch fixed blade 'survival' knife, a hammer, two bongs used for smoking illegal drugs, and 7.5 grams of marijuana. He now faces drugs and weapons charges.
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