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Mom Who Tossed Newborn Out Of Window Manages To Clean Bathroom, Take A Nap

KEY POINTS

  • Queens mom panicked when she gave birth inside the bathroom and threw her baby outside the window
  • Sabita Dookram is facing seven charges, including attempted murder
  • Dookram told authorities that she cleaned the bathroom, took a shower and went to sleep after the incident 
  • The baby was found near the garbage five feet below 

The controversy is piling on the Queens woman who is facing murder charges for allegedly throwing her newborn baby out a bathroom window over the weekend.

Sabita Dookrm, 23, went to the bathroom late Saturday and gave birth in the bathtub. She later told investigators that the baby “popped” out of her, but was able to “cut the cord with a scissor,” said the New York Post, citing court documents.

Dookram, who was apparently in shock by the sudden events, allegedly told authorities that she panicked and threw the infant out of the bathroom window.

Courtroom A mistrial was declared by the judge assigned to the murder case of a Queens jogger after the jury was unable to come up with a verdict for the suspect after a day and half of deliberation. In this photo, a view from behind the witness stand is seen looking toward the gallery in Courtroom #8 at the Superior Court of California courthouse in Santa Maria, California, Jan. 30, 2005. Photo: Getty Images/ Spencer Weiner-Pool

Prosecutors said the incident was captured by a local surveillance camera where his cries could be heard. Police said they found the baby “naked” and “attached to his umbilical cord,” CBS New York reported.

But instead of taking care of her baby’s injuries, Dookram simply ignored the infant’s cries and even managed to clean the bathroom with a yellow towel. She also kept silent when her sister-in-law told her that she heard “a baby

How to Clean Up Your Messy Quarantine Bathroom

Your bathroom is a disgusting, shameful mess. Okay, sure, pretty much everyone’s bathroom is normally a disgusting, shameful mess, but now that you’ve spent 99.7 percent of the last six months at home, things have gotten much, much worse. We know. We don’t judge you. In fact, we’re here to help. 

First things first: Your bathroom needs to be clean of all the bacteria you bring in. Any bathroom utility that isn’t gleaming white is basically a cesspool of filth, but don’t despair. Just listen to Jason Tetro, host of the Super Awesome Science Show, self-professed “Germ Guy,” and all-around cleanliness superhero. “If you find yourself in a situation where you have a large amount of microbial growth, there are a couple of options that are available to you,” he says. “Bleach will do the job; however, there are many concerns about the health impacts of bleach. If you don’t use bleach, then go with a disinfectant with hydrogen peroxide, which is going to be incredibly efficient as well. Follow the labels, then you’ll be perfect.”

Use hydrogen peroxide-based disinfectant on pretty much everything: The tub, the toilet, the sinks and the counters. Just be thorough, and don’t rush. “I try to spray everything down and then I leave for five minutes,” says Tetro, which allows the peroxide the time it needs to do its work. “Then I come back and work from the bathtub to the sink to the toilet.”

Speaking of, while most people clean the inside of their toilet bowls, don’t forget to thoroughly scrub down the seats… and the rest of the outside, too. Traces of the bad things that happen in the toilet can spread around the toilet, too. Don’t forget those water handles by the sink. Also,

10 ways to clean your bathroom using this popular kitchen cupboard essential

The Daily Beast

Trump’s COVID Task Force Concedes They’ll Never Get Trumpers to Wear Masks

As President Donald Trump received treatment for the coronavirus at Walter Reed Medical Center last week, he and his aides worked on the stagecraft for his big return home. It needed to be showy and it would require television networks to have their cameras pointed at the White House during the beginning of their primetime shows.Disembarking from Marine One, Trump walked across the lawn, climbed two flights of stairs to the balcony of the residence, looked directly at the cameras and removed his mask. It was as overly dramatic as it was medically dangerous. For the White House the goal was simple: Put Trump on national television to underscore that the president, despite being infected with a deadly virus, was strong enough not to wear a mask. For scientists, doctors, and even those who work on the president’s response to the pandemic, it was a calamity.Trump’s infection with COVID had presented an opportunity for him to personally change his behavior and, with it, encourage his followers to do the same. That he didn’t was viewed as the final nail in the coffin for attempts to convince skeptical Americans that masks were invaluable in stopping the deadly disease’s spread.“That’s when I realized that the time to convince Americans to take all these health precautions seriously in order to prevent the spread was totally over,” said one senior health official who works with the White House’s coronavirus task force.The White House Barred CDC From Making Masks Mandatory on Public Transportation: NYTSince the early days of COVID, the Trump administration has not only resisted mask-wearing but actively portrayed it as a form of partisan virtue signaling. To keep your face uncovered, the thinking went, was to show support

Clever hacks show how to clean your whole bathroom using white vinegar

You’ve probably got some at the back of one of your cupboards (Picture: Getty/Metro.co.uk)

Cleaning the bathroom has to be one of the worst household chores.

It’s exhausting, it’s always a bit gross, and more often than not you can never quite get it quite as clean as you want it.

But, that could all be about to change thanks to a humble food product that is probably lurking in one of your kitchen cupboards – white vinegar.

Not only does the high acidity level help loosen soap scum, limescale and even rust, but because of its acidity, it is also a powerful disinfectant as well. Oh, and it’s super cheap.

The stuff is pretty magic on bathrooms. But, you can’t just start chucking vinegar around like you’ve just got back from the chippy. You have to know what you’re doing.

Thankfully, bathroom specialists, Drench.co.uk, have revealed exactly how to use white vinegar to clean ten of the most troublesome areas in every bathroom.

So get your rubber gloves on and get ready to make your bathroom gleam:

How to clean your shower head

Pout some white vinegar into a plastic bag and secure with a hair tie. Leave the bag overnight, and remove the morning after before showering.

How to clean your shower

Bring vinegar to the boil, let it cool and then use the warm vinegar to wipe down the shower door and walls.

Keep them damp by wiping down every 5-8 minutes for 30 minutes.

Next, dampen a microfiber cloth in vinegar and a sprinkle of baking soda, and scrub.

How to clean your toilet

Pour a cup of vinegar in the bowl and let it sit overnight.

The next morning, sprinkle with baking soda, scrub then flush.

How to clean shower glass

This Clean and Crisp Super Yacht Is Filled to the Brim with a Luxury Interior

That’s exactly the definition nearly everyone gives to this vessel the moment they set eyes upon it. Just so we’re on the same page this luxury yacht is known as the Metis 63 by Benetti. Oh, you don’t know who they are? Not a problem. They’ve been building sea-faring vessels of any kind since 1873, so you know they mean business.

But for the Metis, Benetti worked with world renowned Bannenberg and Rowell Design. If you remember them from the Predator yacht, great. If you don’t, they’re known as the yachting worlds best known secret. The vessels they work one, will always remain a one of a kind. They will be the point of focus for when we discuss the interior.

That ‘63’ in Metis 63 stands for the length of this vessel’s steel hull, a full 63 meters or 206.6 feet. And like most other seafarers it includes an aluminum superstructure. This allows the designers to create a number of decks and sleek exterior paneling.

As With most modern-day yachts, this one too uses a white and black color scheme. To bring a bit of balance to the mix, the use of metals and woods help set a soft tone to the ship. The large amount of hull integrated windows let you know that this vessel is ready with quite the number sleeping quarters. Up to 13 guests can lay their heads upon those Bannenberg pillows in seven cabins.

To make this designer machine move along the seven seas we will be able to find two MTU diesel engines that put out a total of 3702 HP. It’s enough to keep it cruising at 12 knots with a top speed of 16.

Now on the inside, this ship really shows off what level of comfort and style you