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A woman from Florida got Banned for Life from Walt Disney World over a Cigarette

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A woman from Florida got Banned for Life from Walt Disney World over a Cigarette

As astonishing as it may sound, it’s true that a woman from Florida got banned for life from Walt Disney World over a cigarette. She got banned for getting into a fight with a taxi driver over a cigarette, outside of the park’s Hollywood Studios.

This 53-year-old woman named Ellen McMillion hails from Brandon, Florida; she has been arrested and charged with third-degree felony battery. The incident basically started when the lady asked a taxi driver for a cigarette and upon man’s explanation of not having one, she tried to slap him and is even reported to have kicked a deputy sheriff at the park.

Not just this, it was reported that she even shouted profanities as multiple adults and children passed by. The woman has said to verbally state herself, that ‘she was drunk multiple times’. The woman has been taken to the Orange County jail.

In one of the statements, Disney spokeswoman Erica Ettori said, “We have no tolerance for violence”. As per the police report, Disney security appealed McMillion to be banned from “all Walt Disney World properties”.

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BTS, South Korean Boy Band won’t get a waiver from mandatory military service

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BTS will soon start serving their country’s military. BTS, the group of 7 South Korean boy band have to serve in the country’s mandatory military service. They have millions of fans around the world. 

BTS has captured the hearts through topping many music charts, selling out worldwide stadium tours. The band has won the myriad awards including Billboard Music Awards and American Music Awards

South Korea’s Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Park Yang-woo, wanted to grant them an exemption from the draft. So, BTS will have to serve just like everyone else. The Korean ministry said changing the rules for BTS could have a huge impact on the promotion of people’s morale.  It will lead to the enhancement of national character. 

To Serve in a Country’s  Military Service is a Mandatory Service 

Every Korean man before turning 28 is obliged to serve in the military for 18 months. For this, the waiver will be granted for people with certain skill sets, including professional athletes.

Even some celebrities who are deemed to contribute to their nation are also exempted from this service. But according to the decision made this week, pop stars have to perform this mandatory service of Korea. 

Some oldest member of BTS turns 28 next year. The die-hard fan base of BTS (known as ARMY) will launch a petition on the website of the Blue House, the South Korean presidency. They will argue that BTS has already served their country by promoting K-pop far beyond South Korea’s borders. BTS is helping to lure tourism back to the country in the process.

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Weekend Updates: Stadia App, Google Pixel Update, Google Camera Update

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Here are some top stories of the week! The official Stadia app has started streaming on the play store. The Google Pixel has received its final update, Google Camera’s 7.2 is out for older pixel photos. Moreover, the astrophotography mode for Google Camera is also out this week.

Official Launch of Stadia App :

On Thursday, Google has uploaded the streaming service of the Stadia app on Play Store. However, right now you cannot play the game without getting an invite code. This invite code will be sent by Stadia Founders Edition, Premier Edition, or Buddy Pass.

The play store has revealed about the app’s UI. The home page of the play store will display the “Stadia Game” with a large play button. After the release, the Stadia team found impressive tidbits about Stadia as a service.

Google Pixel Final Update:

On Monday, November 2019, Google Pixel has received its final update. The update released the security patch to most pixel phones excluding Google Pixel and Pixel XL. However, there will be one final software update for Google Pixel and Pixel XL. This software update will be released in the month of December. Further, there will be no more updates for the Pixel phones.

Google Camera App Update:

Here is an update for the Google Camera app is released. On the updated version of the camera, major changes are in the UI rather than the camera.

You will get the Astrophotography mode for the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a. In Pixel 4, you will be able to click amazing shots of the pitch-black sky. The astrophotography mode takes long-exposure photos, that is capable of capturing the “light trail” effect of a passing vehicle.

Google Camera 7.2 is also available on the play store with the Android 10 requirement.

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German DJ Zedd banned from China after liking a ‘South Park’ Twitter post

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Zedd, an international high-profile music producer, and DJ claimed that he has was banned permanently from China over liking a Twitter post of adult animated sitcom ‘South Park.’

Zedd tweeted and shared the sad news on Thursday.


Adam Guest, Zedd’s senior publicist, confirmed the ban claim to CNBC on Saturday however refused to comment anything further. It’s not clear currently if this means that the German musician now has a ban on his trips to China. Zedd’s songs were yet available to stream on QQ Music, Chinese freemium music streaming service as of Saturday morning.

The tweet which landed Zedd into trouble was posted by ‘South Park’ celebrating the show’s 300th episode. The rift between the sitcom’s creators and Beijing started the previous Wednesday after they aired one episode called Band in China.

In that episode, character Randy attempts to sell cannabis to China and ends up in a workcamp. Randy encounters another political prisoner, Winnie The Pooh at the workcamp who made physical differentiations to Xi Jinping, Chinese President.

Meanwhile, the other characters of the show, Jimmy, Stan, Butters, and Kenny created a new metal band. This grabbed the attention of one Hollywood manager that always wanted to make a film about them. However, he modified the film’s script constantly for it to get distributed across China.

The episode stirred controversy and rage from Beijing as it poked fun at China’s strict censorship regulations. Beijing, in turn, responded by censoring ‘South Park’ content on its internet search engines such as Baidu. Besides, the Chinese government also axed the show’s clips and episodes from video streaming services like Youku.

The controversy went on after Matt Stone and Trey Parker, the creators of the show issued their ‘apology’ to China on Monday.


Zedd made an announcement about his ban from China just days after.

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