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(Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department) A search of a felon’s home in Agua Dulce led Los Angeles County sheriff’s investigators to a stash of more than 500 firearms, marking one of the largest seizures from a person forbidden by law from possessing guns. Investigators raided the home of Manuel Fernandez after getting a tip that he had an arsenal of firearms. After entering the property early Thursday, they found a staggering number of weapons, including rifles, shotguns and handguns, some decades old. Fernandez, 60, was arrested after the raid, during which investigators found 432 guns. A search the next day uncovered 91 firearms concealed in the house. Investigators also seized electronics used to purchase the weapons. The investigation led detectives to a woman linked to the firearms purchases. While she was not home, detectives recovered 30 guns from her home, officials said. “The case is a testament to the community’s involvement in reducing crime and taking guns out of the hands of criminals,” Sheriff Jim McDonnell said, citing it as a positive example of the department’s “see something, say something” campaign. Fernandez was arrested on suspicion of being a felon in possession of firearms, a felon in possession of ammunition and possession of large-capacity magazines. His bail was set at $35,000, and he bonded out of jail on Friday.
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According to the China Daily newspaper, the Tang Paradise park in the northern city of Xi’an granted hundreds of women free entry from 15-19 June if they were heavier than a Tang Dynasty imperial concubine. It says that the Tang Dynasty-themed park had chosen 61.8kg as this was the approximate weight of Yang Guifei, an eighth century consort and one of China’s “four great beauties” . The promotion highlighted that being “slightly overweight” was a beauty standard during the ancient dynasty (618-907 AD). Female visitors tested whether they were eligible for a free ticket by sitting in a giant weighing scale, and those who were heavier were also entered into a competition to see if they could win the title “Beauty of the Tang Dynasty”. Over five million social media users have watched video footage of visitors weighing in via the BTime broadcaster. It has ignited thousands of comments on the popular Sina Weibo microblog, and users are incredulous at the promotion. Some joke that they are heavy enough to attend, but others are more critical. “You are discriminating against thin people,” one user says. “What about men?” another asks. This is not the first time a Chinese promotion based on someone’s weight has ignited online debate.