It has been reported that after Paris Hilton embarked on a same-sex kiss with a fellow member of the female species, her latest boyfriend River Viiperi was later arrested for misdemeanor battery.
TMZ are claiming that the alleged victim told police that 21-year-old model River Viiperi “punched him in the face sometime around 2:30 a.m. … and injured him so badly, he needed medical attention.”
It is believed the victim is the boyfriend of the girl that Paris Hilton shared her alleged liaison with.
The incident is said to have taken place at XS nightclub inside the Encore hotel during the early hours of Monday morning.
The US website claim the victim told security he wanted to “press charges”, with law enforcers arresting River Viiperi at the scene, before he was cited and released without going to the police station.
It is also reported that Paris Hilton had left the scene by the time police arrived.
Prior to the drama, the couple had been tweeting about their vacation in Las Vegas, having seen Justin Bieber perform live at the MGM Grand, another hotel on the famous Vegas strip.
Giving a shout-out to friends, Paris Hilton, 31, wrote: “At the @JustinBieber concert at @MGMGrand with @RiverViiperi @BarronHilton [younger brother] @VanessDubasso [Barron’s girlfriend]…
“So much fun at @JustinBieber’s concert with @RiverViiperi. He’s such an amazing performer!”
River Viiperi had also been gloating, adding: “Loving it @xslasvegas with my baby @ParisHilton + crew #lovinglife.”
Paris Hilton – who has been linked to Backstreet Boy singer Nick Carter, Good Charlotte rocker Benji Madden and The Hills star Doug Reinhardt – was only linked to River Viiperi for the first time in September.
Patrick White “continually harassed and chastised a woman for coughing and spreading disease” while they were on the plane last week
Patrick White from Georgia had a serious problem with a woman coughing on his American Airlines flight to Jacksonville International Airport in Florida.
Patrick White spent the plane ride harassing the sick 19-year-old, according to police.
Unsatisfied that he had made his point, as passengers were getting off the plane last week, Patrick White began calling her obscene names and telling her that she had “infected everyone” on the flight.
The man then charged her and body slammed her with his shoulder, knocking her against the wall, a flight attendant said.
Patrick White was arrested on charges of misdemeanor battery.
According to a police report, Patrick White “continually harassed and chastised (the woman) for coughing and <<spreading disease>>” while they were on the plane last week.
Patrick White was apparently so afraid of getting sick that he became enraged during the flight, police said.
As a small irony, after his arrest, Patrick White was taken to county jail.
However, Patrick White might have had a point, of sorts. A new study suggests air travelers have a 20% chance of catching a cold or other bug.
The Centers for Disease Control says travelers are most at risk from catching a virus from fellow passengers within a two seat radius.
Experts say wiping down tray tables and other surfaces with disinfectant wipes can help prevent the spread of diseases on an airplane.
And in many ways, the recirculated air is fresher than the air most people breathe in their office buildings, since it always contains air from the outside and, in modern aircraft, is passed through a filter.