Things are about to get a whole lot hotter on Taiwanese public transportation, and not because of the summer heat.
Japanese adult film star Yui Hatano will appear on metro cards in Taiwan with "angel" and "devil" themes, reports BBC.
Here's an SFW version of the angel card.
And for those feeling a little naughty, the devil card.
We already know BFFs Amy Schumer and Jennifer Lawrence are writing a screenplay together, but who knew they could dance so well?
The duo performed a portion of Schumer's 'Uptown Girl' dance from her movie Trainwreck before hopping atop Billy Joel's piano as he performed.
They seemed to be having a great time, and the crowd loved it.
Here's the view from stage...
Uptown girls pic.twitter.com/zBY0q1wVB1— Amy Schumer (@amyschumer) August 28, 2015
How the tables have turned for Judge Joe Brown.
He turned himself in to the Tennessee penal system Aug. 27 for a 2014 contempt of court charge. He will serve five days for reported losing his temper in a court room.
And to think, he used to get paid for that.
Brown, 68, was observing juvenile court proceedings at the Shelby County Criminal Court in Memphis, Tennessee last March when he was approached by a woman who asked him to take a look at her child support case. He told ABC News at the time that he felt obliged to help her and ended up going before a judge on her behalf.
"When I insisted that the woman's charges be dismissed, he started talking about, I'm not an attorney so-and-so," Brown explained. "I said, 'You know it's wrong. ... You're better than this.'"
Brown was found in contempt when he reportedly became verbally abusive to court workers and ignored Juvenile Court Magistrate Harold Horne's warning to calm down, according to local news reports.
Here's his mugshot:
His own gif sums it up.
The one time Jerry Seinfeld tries to help someone, the cops get called.
In an attempt to raise some fun money for his wife's Baby Buggy family charity, Seinfeld, his son Julian and two of the youngster's friends set up an impromptu lemonade stand in East Hampton last week.
Not everyone in the Hamptons appreciated the philanthropic gesture according to the Huffington Post.
East Hampton Village Police received a complaint on Aug. 18 about illegally parked cars at the stand, The East Hampton Press reported. An officer arrived on the scene and told the comedian that lemonade stands were not permitted on village property, and that he'd have to shut it down. "No Lemonade For You," the newspaper's headline read, referencing the Soup Nazi' character's "No soup for you!" cry on Seinfeld's hugely popular sitcom.
Luckily, Seinfeld and his temporary employees were able to have a little fun with it and posted their reaction to the call on Instagram.
That's a shame.