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Alligator drags toddler into lake at Orlando Disney resort

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WASHINGTON — A two-year-old kid has been dragged into water by an alligator at a Disney resort in Orlando, authorities said.

The toddler had been playing in the shallows of the Seven Seas Lagoon with his parents and two siblings nearby, Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings said.

Demings said rescue work personnel had been actively looking for the child in the Seven Seas Lagoon for hours in a search and recovery effort but had not found him, the Orlando Sentinel daily reported.

They hoped to find him before daylight, he said. A dive team with sonar equipment was on standby — just part of a 50-person rescue team on the scene.

“We want to hope for the best in these circumstances, but based upon my 35 years of law enforcement experience, we know we have some challenges ahead,” Demings said.

“We’re doing our best to deal with all the situations that we have going on here, but our staff is very resilient and tonight they’re very focused on assisting this family,” he said.

A Disney spokeswoman said: “Everyone here at Walt Disney World is devastated by this tragic accident.”

The father entered the water and tried to grab the child from the alligator, but was not successful. He had scratches on his hands after the ordeal.

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Indian woman who poses as a man to marry two women held in dowry case

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Sen never allowed his wives to look at her body and used sex toys to maintain the illusion of being a man

UTTARKHAND — A woman in northern Indian state of Uttarakhand was arrested for posing as a man to marry two women and allegedly tortured one of them for dowry.

Identified as 25-year-old Krishna Sen, who also goes by the name of ‘Sweety Sen’,from Dhampur in Uttar Pradesh’s Bijnor district, allegedly dressed up as a man for four years, duped two women from Uttarakhand’s Nainital district into marrying her and tormented one of them for dowry, police in Uttarakhand’s Haldwani said on Thursday, The Indian Express reported.

Sen created a fake Facebook profile under the name Krishna Sen in 2013 and subsequently posted her photographs in a man’s attire. She used the account to get in touch with women, according to Nainital SSP Janmejay Khanduri.

She first married a woman telling her she was the ‘son’ of CFL bulb businessman from Aligarh.

In 2014, Sen and her family members travelled to Kathgodam in Uttarakhand to meet a 22-year-old woman he got to know on Facebook. “Sen had convinced her that she was a man,” Khanduri said.

Sen then in 2016, married a 20-year-old woman from Nainital district’s Kaladhungi area and moved to Hardwar with her, police said.

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Sen never allowed the two women to look at her body and used sex toys to maintain the illusion of being a male, police said.

In October 2017, Sen’s first wife lodged a complaint against Sen in Kathgodam police station under charges of dowry and domestic violence alleging that Sen had taken Rs 8.5 lakh from her family, saying that she needed the money for a factory she owned in Hardwar, police said.

Sen told the police during interrogation that she has been a tomboy since childhood. The woman also cut her hair to look like a man and used to drive a motorcycle and smoke cigarettes.

A medically examination has proved she is a woman.

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