Lenny Kravitz let's it all hang out

WATCH: Rockstar has on-stage wardrobe malfunction

The legendary rocker let it all hang out - literally - during a performance in Sweden, when his leather pants split mid-show.

  • 856 Porn Sites Banned...Waiting for our Ancient Temples to be Vandalized, Are We?

    By imposing a ban on over 850 porn sites, the only purpose the government has served is to make a laughing stalk of itself, a butt of everyone’s jokes. Certainly in the next 24 hours we will find our social networking sites flooding with memes on this action of the rulers of the state and no sooner those memes will be banned too. Meanwhile, as I go through what my fellow members of the society have to say against this dictatorship, in Facebook and Twitter, I recall my student days, when my civics teacher taught how India is a republic country and how we have a handful of fundamental rights granted by the constitution.

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  • Mother let man violate daughter for cash

    An Auckland mother has admitted letting a neighbour sexually violate her nine-year-old daughter in exchange for cash. The 47-year-old - who can't be named as it could lead to identification of her daughter - pleaded guilty to being party to sexual violation by unlawful sexual connection and party to attempted sexual violation in the High Court in Auckland on Wednesday. The woman and her daughter lived in Henderson, and the woman entered into an agreement with a neighbour where he would be able to spend time with the daughter for his sexual gratification, according to an agreed summary of facts.

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  • What really causes plane crashes? (it’s not what you think)

    The decade’s biggest aviation mystery may be inching closer to resolution: the whereabouts of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, which disappeared without a trace in March of 2014 with 239 people on board. Investigators believe the debris found this week in the west Indian Ocean came from a Boeing 777.

    Total Travel
  • No more shoulder charges say Roosters

    Kane Evans won't be making a habit of repeating his monster shoulder charge on Sam Kasiano, according to his Sydney Roosters captain Jake Friend. Evans was set a warning letter by the NRL over the first half hit on Canterbury's Kasiano in the Roosters' win last weekend, but wasn't cited by the match review committee. "Kane is pretty confident within himself you can see that with his haircut.

  • Sarah Ferguson moves out of Prince Andrew's home

    Sarah Ferguson has moved out of the home she shared with Britain's Prince Andrew. The pair - who divorced after a decade of marriage in 1996, but have remained close ever since - have lived together at the 30-room Royal Lodge in Windsor since 2008 but she has now moved to a ski chalet in Switzerland which they purchased together earlier this year. Prince Andrew, also 55, is believed to be staying in the house - which belonged to the Queen Mother before her death in 2002 - along with the couple's younger daughter Eugenie, 25, while 26-year-old Beatrice lives in London.

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  • Wallabies plot to exploit New Zealand

    A refreshed Matt Giteau says the Wallabies see opportunities to exploit against the all-conquering All Blacks in the Rugby Championship decider. Expected to be named at second five-eighth for Saturday's clash ANZ Stadium on Thursday, 32-year-old veteran Giteau is set to play his 22nd Test against the world champions dating right back to 2003 and the start of the great Bledisloe Cup drought. Wallabies coach Michael Cheika is likely to reveal his World Cup thinking by fielding his strongest available team as Australia attempt to claim the Rugby Championship title and build Bledisloe Cup and World Cup momentum.

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  • Kylie Minogue: I'm happy in undies at 47

    Kylie Minogue thinks it's "astounding" that she's still modelling lingerie at the age of 47. The 'Spinning Around' hitmaker became a brand ambassador for underwear range Sloggi last September and is happy she can take on the role at her age. The 'Can't Get You Out of My Head' singer added that she sees a "common ground" between her and 56-year-old pop icon Madonna.

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  • With new paint and grease, Navy tries to lengthen subs' life

    As it tries to get the most out of each of its $2.6 billion attack submarines, the U.S. Navy is finding a lot depends on the right paint job. Nearly all of those changes have been incorporated into the design of submarines that are now in the beginning stages of construction, Blomstedt said.

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  • 9000 Chch tradies jobless, report predicts

    Thousands of tradies will be out of a job when the Canterbury construction boom grinds to a halt, a leading economist warns. An analysis by Westpac bank predicts 14,000 of the region's construction workers will be jobless by 2020, with 9000 of them unable to get jobs elsewhere or successfully shift into new industries. The bank's industry economist David Norman warns that the region's economy will suffer from the "significant downward pressure" created as several thousand income earners lose their jobs.

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  • Jerry Hall had revenge affair

    Jerry Hall had an affair to get revenge on Sir Mick Jagger. The Texan supermodel insists she only had one "big time" relationship while still married to The Rolling Stones rocker - who she split from in 1999 after he fathered a child with another woman - because she was tired of his frequent infidelities, though she thought he would eventually change. Speaking to Radio Times magazine, she revealed: "We didn't have an open relationship.

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  • Morris' mates deny using weapons in brawl

    An unprovoked attack turned the night of a happy housewarming party turned into a messy brawl that left Connor Morris lying on the street with blood "pissing out" of his head, a court has been told. Michael Murray, 34, is on trial in the High Court at Auckland accused of murdering 26-year-old Mr Morris by striking him in the head with a sickle during the fight. Obe Porter gave an account of the night his friend died, prompting both of Mr Morris' parents to leave the court in tears.

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  • Giuliana Rancic's replacement fury

    Giuliana Rancic is reportedly furious at being replaced on 'E! News' by Maria Menounos. Another source told the New York Post newspaper's Page Six column: "Maria was hired only because Giuliana was planning to leave. Maria is feeling a lot of pressure to succeed right now, because all of her shows on the network have failed.

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  • Boko Haram 'under siege' as Nigeria rescues 178 hostages

    Nigeria's military said Monday it had "besieged" Boko Haram positions in the Islamist militant group's northeastern heartland after setting free 178 hostages, mainly women and children. The ongoing operation has led to the capture of a Boko Haram commander, according to the army, while a "large number" of the extremists have been killed in air strikes. The hostages were released on Sunday near Aulari, about 70 kilometres (40 miles) south of Maiduguri, the capital of Borno state, once a jihadist stronghold.

  • Can eating right really prevent cancer?

    Photo: Cancer is scary—mostly because it happens so randomly and seems so totally out of your control. In fact, a study published earlier this year found that two-thirds of adult cancer incidences can be attributed to random gene mutations that drive tumor growth. “Good nutrition is incredibly important when it comes to cancer prevention,” says Anna Taylor, a clinical dietitian at the Cleveland Clinic.

    Women's Health
  • The Best Exercise You’re Not Doing: The Swoop

    Born out of TACFIT training – short for tactical fitness – the swoop was created by high-level special forces units to deliver quick-fire fitness gains and explosive power throughout your torso. This move hones something exercise scientists and military PTs call the "rotational plane" – think throwing a punch or swinging a tennis racquet – which also results in faster six-pack development.

    Men's Health
  • WATCH: Tough guys react to tiny kittens

    WATCH HERE: Giant men meet tiny kittensFour burly blokes were recently invited to play with some teeny kittens at the Kitty Bungalow Charm School for Wayward Cats in Los Angeles.The volunteer organisation is dedicated to the socialisation of feral kittens

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  • Get ready for U.S. bubble to burst as ‘pipsqueak’ Greece gets slammed

    Critical intelligence before the U.S. market opens Getty Greek stocks are drowning. Don’t look at the Athens Stock Exchange this morning. Then again, you’ve probably built up your market-crash tolerance after bearing witness to the fun in China in recent weeks.

  • Hayne NFL experiment coming to the boil

    Like mad professors working on an exotic experiment in a science lab, the San Francisco 49ers coaching staff are ready to toss Jarryd Hayne into a test tube filled with rampaging giants. "I'm anxious to see him," 49ers offensive coordinator Geep Chryst said with a big smile on Monday. After working with the former Parramatta Eels NRL star since April, the NFL team's training camp enters a new, important phase on Tuesday (Wednesday AEST).

  • Former British PM Heath caught up in child sex abuse claim

    A former prime minister was drawn into the complex web of historic child sex abuse allegations in Britain after the police watchdog announced an investigation involving 1970s leader Edward Heath. The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) said it would investigate a claim from a retired senior policeman that prosecution of a person accused of child sex abuse in the 1990s was dropped when they threatened to expose Heath. The former leader of the centre-right Conservatives was prime minister between 1970 and 1974, leading Britain into the European Economic Community in 1973 after a referendum.

  • The $70,000-a-year minimum wage CEO grapples with consequences

    Last April, one CEO decided to boldly go where few have gone before by implementing a $70,000-a-year minimum wage from an average salary of $48,000 previously. Dan Price, 31, chief executive and founder of Gravity Payments, a Seattle, Wash.-based credit-card payment processing company, will also cut his own $1 million annual salary to $70,000, according to a report in the New York Times. “Is anyone else freaking out right now?” he asked his employees.