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Naomi Campbell reveals intense routine for airplane travel

This supermodel’s got a super-unusual travel routine.

Poser extraordinaire Naomi Campbell just revealed her airport routine in a YouTube video — and it’s as one-of-a-kind as she is.

After grabbing a fashion mag and, controversially, a bag of mini Twix bars at duty free (“You know what? I’m getting it … I’m getting it and I don’t care!”), Campbell proceeds to board a plane to Doha, Qatar.

As soon as she finds her seat, it’s showtime: Campbell breaks out a pair of disposable gloves (!) and gets to work, combatting the general grossness of airplanes and all the weird stuff air travel does to our bodies.

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In the video, Campbell first wipes down “anything that you could possibly touch,” and she means it: the tray, the TV, the remote, the headrest … even the back of the seat in front of her.

“I do not care what people think of me,” she says, bluntly. “It’s my health and it makes me feel better.”

(Actually, the strategy seems well-received by the woman standing behind her, who asks, “Can you do my seat next?” with a giggle.)

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Naomi Campbell’s airport routine is apparently just as one-of-a-kind as she is. (AP)

But Campbell’s not done. Post-wipedown, she pulls out a pink, fabric cover for her seat. She has them in a bunch of colors and switches them out based on her mood. On land, she has them hand-washed at her hotel.

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Finally sheathed from the insult of the plane seat, Campbell moves onto her beauty routine.

Basically, it entails a whole lot of hydration: she has an entire plastic bag filled with beauty gear that she calls a “hydration pack,” and she’s also been chugging water throughout the video). Also: “masks, masks, masks.”

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In the video, Naomi Campbell first wipes down “anything that you could possibly touch,” and she means it: the tray, the TV, the remote, the headrest … even the back of the seat in front of her. (iStock)

She means the beauty kind — but she also means the literal kind. Yep, the final step Campbell takes is putting on an actual face mask that she wears the entire flight.

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“No matter what plane you take, private or commercial, as the plane descends, people start coughing and sneezing,” Campbell says. “The coughing and sneezing makes me … I just can’t.”

This story originally appeared in the New York Post.

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Sorority cancels national convention, donates 17,000 meals to Hurricane Barry victims

Massive helpings of chicken, potatoes au gratin, macaroni and cheese and flourless chocolate cake didn’t go to waste when Delta Sigma Theta sorority’s national convention in New Orleans was unfortunately cut short due to Hurricane Barry. The Greek-lettered organization for collegiate women donated 17,000 meals to those affected by the storm.

Before Hurricane Barry made landfall in the Big Easy on Saturday, officials for the sorority made the difficult decision to end their biennial meeting, which roughly 16,000 people were expected to attend through the weekend, due to the storm, the Washington Post reports.

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Latiya White (L), Gina Murray (C) and Gina Holmes, all member of the the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority from Atlantic City, New Jersey, pose for a picture in the French Quarter which is nearly-empty as the city braces for Barry on July 13, 2019 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Thanks to the generosity of Delta Sigma Theta, however, one silver lining soon emerged. Reps for the sisterhood instructed the event caterer, Centerplate, to donate 17,000 uneaten meals to those affected by the hurricane through the Second Harvest Food Bank.

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“With 16,000 attendees and two food functions canceled, there were inordinate amounts of food that would have been wasted,” Beverly E. Smith, national president of the sorority, said on Facebook. “Kudos to Centerplate!”

“To have all these meals ahead of time is really a godsend,” Amy Sins, a New Orleans chef who helped coordinate the recovery effort, told the Post.

“We’re not just trying to feed their tummies,” she continued. “We’re also kind of trying to feed their soul.”

The gesture hit especially close to home for Sins, who lost her own house to Hurricane Katrina.

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“It’s really heartwarming for these ladies … when their major conference gets canceled, the first thing they thought of was to help other people,” Jay Vise, a spokesman for Second Harvest Food Bank spokesman, told BET.

Founded in 1913 at Howard University, the Delta Sigma Theta aims to “promote academic excellence and provide assistance to those in need,” according to their mission statement, with an emphasis on the African-American community.

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Texas brothers catch and release 12-foot tiger shark

What a catch! Two brothers in Texas were thrilled to catch a tiger shark measuring nearly 12 feet during a fishing trip in Corpus Christi over the weekend.

On Sunday morning, Andrew and Stephen Seaborn, of Team Seaborn Fishing, proudly nabbed a female tiger shark measuring 11 feet, 11 inches while fishing off Bob Hall Pier, Houston Chronicle reported.

The Austin anglers seized the impressive catch – which they soon released – by using a stingray as bait.

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Andrew and Stephen Seaborn, pictured, of Team Seaborn Fishing proudly nabbed a female tiger shark measuring 11 feet, 11 inches while fishing off of Bob Hall Pier in Corpus Christi, Texas, on Sunday. (Team Seaborn Fishing)

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“Dreams came true today,” Team Seaborn wrote on Facebook of the “beautiful” fish, sharing a photo of the beaming brothers crouched in the water with the tiger shark.

According to the post, after “two uneventful nights on the pier,” Andrew was in “disbelief” on Sunday morning as he saw 200 yards of his line “taken effortlessly” by an unknown creature, the Chronicle reported. After more than 30 minutes of struggle, the Seaborns and their pal Allen Glen reeled in the majestic tiger shark.

Taking a requisite photo with the beast, the female tiger shark was soon released back to sea.

“We’re avid fishermen who love chasing after big fish but it was even more important for us to get back in the water with her and watch her swim away,” Andrew told Fox News.

Though the fisherman told the Chronicle that Team Seaborn is unsure if the catch would break any state or Bob Hall Pier records, they’re happy to call the catch a “personal best.”

“The only records we are hoping to break are our own,” Andrew told the outlet. “We are avid catch and release fishermen when it comes to big sharks, so we would never try to have a fish submitted for a record unless it’s a catch and release record.”

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Fishing has been a shared passion for the brothers since childhood, Andrew said, taking interest in the hobby from their father.

Though the Seaborn brothers have nabbed four tiger sharks before their most recent catch, all were smaller than their Sunday shark.

According to National Geographic, tiger sharks can often grow to measure between 10 and 14 feet, usually weighing 850 to 1,400 pounds. Common in tropical waters through the world, the predators are “second only to great whites in attacking people.”

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In similar angling headlines from the Lone Star State, a Houston fisherman made news last week when he found a large snake latched onto the fish he had just reeled in.

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Chris and Emily Norton: Famous for defying the odds, here’s what it was like for us to become foster parents

Editor’s note: Injured in a college football game his freshman year, Chris Norton was given a three percent chance of moving anything below the neck again. He trained relentlessly, singularly focused on walking across the graduation stage with his then-fiancé Emily.  His triumphant 10 steps were seen around the world on video by more than 300 million people – but little did they know, that was the beginning,  not the end, of Chris and Emily’s incredible journey. Together they have fostered 17 children and have adopted 5 daughters. The following essay is adapted from their new book, “The Seven Longest Yards.”

When we moved into our new house, I wondered how long we’d have to wait before we got our first foster placement. We didn’t have to wait long to find out. Almost immediately we did respite care for a two-and-a-half-year-old little girl for a week while her foster family went on vacation. I thought it would be a good way to dip our toes into the water and get used to having a kid in the house.

On July 5, while the little girl was still at our house, my phone rang.

“We’ve got a sibling group placement coming in,” our licensing agent said. “Two kids — a 3-year-old boy and a two-month-old girl.”

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“Yes!” I cried. “That sounds great!” Then I caught myself. It wasn’t just my decision to make. “Hold on. Let me talk to Chris, and I’ll call you back.”

“Emily, that’s too much,” Chris said when I filled him in. “We were only planning on taking in one child under the age of two.”

Chris held out his arms. “Give him to me.” The boy curled up on Chris’s lap as if he was meant to be there and buried his face in Chris’s shoulder. Within minutes, he fell asleep.

“I know,” I said, my voice trailing off. “But it’s only one more than we planned, and the baby will just sleep all the time.”

“Didn’t you say 3-year-old boys had the worst behavior in your group home?”

I sighed. “Yes. Okay. Well, what if we just took them until they can find someone else? I don’t want to just tell her we can’t do it right off the bat.”

“I can do that. As long as it’s only temporary.”

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Our caseworker found another family who was on vacation but could take the kids when they returned in ten days. I hung up the phone and looked at the clock. It was 9:30 p.m., and two small children would be here in a matter of hours. We needed car seats, a bassinet, a bed rail, diapers, formula, clothes ]— basically everything.

Meanwhile, the little girl already in our care was asleep in her room, and it was her last night with us. I couldn’t leave her alone with Chris while I ran to the store because he couldn’t pick her up if she needed him. And he couldn’t exactly run to the store by himself. So I did what I had to do. I loaded the sleeping girl into my car, bare feet and all, and drove to Walmart. It wasn’t ideal, but when we signed up to be foster parents, I fully expected that late night car seat runs might be part of the gig.

At 1 a.m. we heard a knock on our door. I had prepared myself to find devastated children on our porch, and I had steeled myself for a rough night. But when the little boy, Trevor, walked into our living room, he was silent and looked scared. He was the tallest 3-year-old I had ever seen.

He then immediately spotted the toys I had bought for him and darted toward them. He was smiling and happy, as if he hadn’t just been yanked from his home. I made him a snack and played with the toy trucks with him. I wanted him to get a little more comfortable with his surroundings before immediately putting him to bed. I laid Ella, the two-month-old, in her crib, which we had put next to our bed. I had to pinch myself as they went down to bed like it was nothing. Was this real life?

Both kids kept up their good behavior the next day. Our only problem was their clothes — they came with nothing, and none of the clothes I had bought Trevor fit, since he was the size of a 5-year-old and I had bought him 3T clothes.

Trevor held it together until the moment we brought him into his room for bedtime the second night. His little lips quivered, and his eyes welled before he burst into tears. My heart broke for him. This poor guy was trying to be so strong after he was ripped from his mom and taken to live with strangers. Now he lay on the floor, sobbing the saddest cry I had ever heard, completely devastated.

I was holding back tears as I brought the boy to Chris in the living room. His two-month-old sister was crying and hungry. I had to get her a bottle.

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Chris held out his arms. “Give him to me.” The boy curled up on Chris’s lap as if he was meant to be there and buried his face in Chris’s shoulder. Within minutes, he fell asleep.

Chris stayed with him the entire night. As I watched the two of them together, I knew we could not let these kids go somewhere else. These poor children had gone through so much already. Putting them through another transition and confusing them seemed cruel. I couldn’t do that to them, not when I felt this instant connection to them.

Excerpted from The Seven Longest Yards by Chris & Emily Norton. Copyright © 2019 by Chris and Emily Norton. Used by permission of Zondervan. www.zondervan.com.

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Having too many sugary drinks linked to higher cancer risk

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Sugary drinks aren’t just bad for your waistline — they may also lead to an increase risk of cancera new study has found.

Researchers in France found that downing a small glass of 100 percent fruit juice or soda — about 3.3 ounces worth — a day was linked to an 18 percent increased risk of cancer and a 22 percent increase in breast cancer.

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The study, published Wednesday in the BMJ medical journal, examined more than 100,000 adults with an average age of 42 over a period of nine years. Seventy-nine percent of participants were women.

Ninety-seven sugary drinks and 12 artificially sweetened beverages, including soda, sports drinks, energy drinks and 100 percent fruit juices with no added sugar, were tracked.

The participants filled out at least two 24-hour online validated dietary questionnaires, which calculated their daily consumption of sugary beverages.

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During the follow-up period, researchers measured the daily intakes of sugary drinks against those of diet beverages and compared them to cancer cases in participants’ medical records.

Nearly 2,200 cases of cancer were diagnosed, with the average age at diagnosis being 59.

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The study stops short concluding that sugar is the cause of cancer, though the authors suggested limiting your daily intake of sugary drinks isn’t a bad idea.

“As usual with nutrition, the idea is not to avoid foods, just to balance the intake,” Dr. Mathilde Touvier, who led the study, told the Guardian. “The recommendation from several public health agencies is to consume less than one drink per day. If you consume from time to time a sugary drink it won’t be a problem, but if you drink at least one glass a day it can raise the risk of several diseases – here, maybe cancer, but also with a high level of evidence, cardiometabolic diseases.”

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Planning a bachelorette party in Las Vegas? Here’s what to know before you go

Wedding season is upon us, and that means it’s time for bachelor and bachelorette parties.

But if you’re wary of spending too much money or straining friendships during an extended trip someplace like Las Vegas, it turns out you can avoid those pitfalls by knowing where to look, where to book, and what to avoid. That’s why we sought the advice of Bri Steck, founder and CEO of Vegas Girls Night Out (VGNO), who delivered an expert’s guide to the major do’s and don’ts of planning a bachelorette party in Sin City.

Steck wants to help women simplify the often overwhelming party-planning process, describing VGNO as “a boutique concierge service, for women, by women,” which is “constantly keeping our finger on the Vegas pulse to offer the most sought-after experiences in Vegas at an affordable price.”

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Affordability is perhaps the biggest factor — and according to Steck, it’s one of the main sources of tension during bachelorette parties in Vegas. If you’re the maid of honor, for example, you may not know your best friend’s college friends or close co-workers, so you can’t know what everyone is comfortable shelling out.

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Money is probably the biggest stressor of planning a Vegas bachelorette party — but party planner Brie Steck has tips for avoiding the hassles.

“You often have all these girls from different places in the country meeting in Vegas, so not everybody knows everybody or their financial backgrounds and what they can afford.”

To avoid these problems, Steck advises that the organizer should be straightforward and set up a group text or Facebook group well ahead of the trip, to learn everyone’s budget restrictions and must-see attractions.

And when it comes to flying to Sin City, Steck recommends avoiding Friday arrivals and Sunday departures, since those are the most popular times and tend to be more expensive. Another pro tip? Look into larger rooms or suites, which can be more affordable than multiple rooms.

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Once settled on the Strip, Steck says there’s usually one other little-known annoyance that often trips up travelers: the difficulty of arranging ground transportation.

“Most Las Vegas newbies don’t know that it’s impossible to walk down the Las Vegas Strip – it’s an optical illusion, and it’s impossible to go from one place to the other,” Steck explains. “Then, when you try to call an Uber, everyone else is trying to do the same thing and you lose reception, and once you’ve cleared that hurdle, you have to find the meetup points since they don’t pick you up at just any location in Vegas.”

Steck added that, oftentimes, the nightmare doesn’t always end there, as drivers tend to cancel when they can’t find the party. To avoid the hassle, she tells Fox News it’s much easier to plan all transportation in advance. “You can book a limo… and all told it winds up being the same price as an Uber when splitting the bill,” she claims.

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The ultimate nightmare, though, is that the wedding is canceled altogether — and Steck says she’s seen it happen while groups were celebrating bachelorette parties. But as Steck says, there’s a silver lining to already being in Vegas surrounded by your closest friends. “Now it’s not a bachelorette party — now it’s just a really crazy girls’ trip to Vegas,” said Steck. “You have to make the most of it.”

To learn more, including insider tips on booking shows and restaurants, watch the full interview above with Vegas Girls Night Out founder Brie Steck.

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Meghan Markle sports ‘A’ necklace, likely honoring baby Archie

“A” for adorable!

The Duchess of Sussex made a surprise appearance at Wimbledon on July 4 to cheer on pal Serena Williams in the elite tennis championships and looked picture-perfect with a special new piece of jewelry.

Watching the London matchup with pals Lindsay Roth and Genevieve Hillis, Duchess Meghan sported a white striped blazer, black top, skinny jeans and black stilettos, accessorizing with a summery straw hat, sunglasses and a delicate gold necklace with an “A” charm.

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Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, left, smiles as she takes her seat on Court Number One to watch United States’ Serena Williams play Slovenia’s Kaja Juvan in a singles match during day four of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland)

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Hello! Magazine reports that the bling was a gift for the new mom from Verse Fine Jewelry following the birth of baby Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor in May.

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The Duchess of Sussex watches Serena Williams play Kaja Juvan in a singles match during day four of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland)

“Meghan is modern, fashionable and always on-trend, and personalized jeweler is the biggest trend right now,” said Emma Swann, the brand’s founder and designer, according to Harper’s Bazaar.  “It’s all about sentiment and love, which people adore, and to see her wearing the necklace is amazing.”

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Eagle-eyed fans have since reported that the subtle piece retails for $590, and pointed out that the style moment is not the first time that the 37-year-old royal has kept a loved one close with sentimental jewelry.

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In the early days of her relationship with now-husband Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan was seen wearing a similar necklace with “M” and “H” initial charms, fan blog Meghan’s Mirror reports.

Little Archie was christened Saturday in a private family ceremony at Windsor Castle.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s first child, born May 6, is seventh in line to the British throne.

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‘Rich Kids of Instagram’ celebrate the summer in luxury

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The Rich Kids of Instagram – otherwise known as the Rich Kids of the Internet – are busy soaking up the sun on luxurious holidays across the globe.

From the Bahamas to Santorini, New York to Dubai, the pampered set is sunbathing, posing and sampling Michelin-star meals.

And they’re all traveling in style – jetting off in swanky private planes or incredible sports cars.

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Others are doing a whole lot of nothing, posing poolside in designer swimwear, with two rich kid pals sipping red wine against the backdrop of Positano in Italy.

Several were pictured relaxing on luxury yachts in Dubai as well as Antibes in the South of France.

Other shots see the youngsters lounging around in hot tubs – on board luxe private yachts – as well as posing with expensive cars.

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Others were seen spending their vacations shopping at Gucci while another flaunted their designer gear while traveling on a private jet.

Dressed head-to-toe in Fendi and kitted out with luxury Louis Vuitton travel bags, it’s a far cry from the average getaway.

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‘Europe’s biggest sex festival’ hits England, aerial photos show

Hundreds of adventurers are evidently pitching their tents in a showground as this year’s Swingfields festival promises to go off with a bang.

Europe’s biggest swingers’ party has come to the UK again for three days as raunchy revelers get into the swing of things.

Swingfields’ location for this year’s “Aurora” event has now been revealed using handwritten “SF this way” signs around Malvern, Worcestershire, England.

The site is a closely-guarded secret and ticket holders, who pay over $200 for couples, are only told 48 hours before the festival gets underway.

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Drone pictures of the field near the Three Counties Showground show a red double-decker party bus and gazebo covering several double-beds. (SWNS)

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Drone pictures of the field near the Three Counties Showground show a red double-decker party bus and gazebo covering several double-beds.

Other snaps detail four poster beds dotted around the site as well as mysterious tents and marquees in the corners of the field. Paddling pools have also been erected around the festival with a line of chairs set up nearby.

The official Swingfields website states: “This three-day event will be working alongside ALL lifestyle groups, including LGBT communities, to ensure we deliver a fun and entertaining event for all.”

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Organizers are also offering glamping pods complete with bedding included to allow revelers to “just turn up and relax.” (SWNS)

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Organizers are also offering glamping pods complete with bedding included to allow revelers to “just turn up and relax.”

Residents in the area say they are happy for the sex festival to go ahead as long as the revelers don’t leave the compound.

“I’m not bothered what they do inside the festival as long as they don’t leave it but I suppose, why would they?” Sylvia Hartley, 40, said. “The festival was here last year and no one seemed to have any problems. It’s just people having sex in the open air.”

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The site is a closely-guarded secret and ticket holders, who pay over $200 for couples, are only told 48 hours before the festival gets underway. (SWNS)

“There are far more unhealthy pursuits people can do. If I wasn’t in a committed relationship I’d be tempted to go along myself,” Hartley added.

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Blue Bell looking for ice cream-licking prankster in viral video: report

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Not cool.

Ice cream maker Blue Bell says it’s looking into a now-viral video of a woman licking its ice cream at a grocery store and then placing the tainted tub back on the shelf.

“This type of incident will not be tolerated,” the company told WAFB in a statement, adding that they are working with law enforcement, retail partners and social media platforms to find the sick licker.

Footage shared Saturday shows the woman tonguing some Tin Roof-flavored ice cream — then putting the lid back on and placing it back on the shelf as she cackles. It’s unclear where the clip was filmed.

One tweet sharing the video with the caption “What kinda psychopathic behavior is this?!” was shared more than 26,000 times by Monday.

“I’m disgusted. This should be a criminal charge,” responded @OnlyGeeves.

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Some frozen dessert fans blasted the company for not having a protective seal on their tubs to ward off less-than-sweet pranksters.

“During production, our half gallons are flipped upside down and sent to a hardening room where the ice cream freezes to the lid creating a natural seal,” Blue Bell responded. “The lids are frozen tightly to the carton. Any attempt at opening the product should be noticeable.”

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