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Teen Fugitive Asks TV Station To Use A More Flattering Photo Instead Of Her Mugshots

Amy Sharp — an 18-year-old detained at the Surry Hills Corrective Services Cell Complex in Sydney, Australia — may be the most vain teen fugitive.

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Amy Sharp — an 18-year-old young woman based in Sydney, Australia — may be the world’s vainest teen fugitive.

Amy Sharp didn't like her mugshots.

Amy Sharp didn't like her mugshots.

Sharp escaped from the Surry Hills Corrective Services Cell Complex in the afternoon of August 19. She had reportedly been detained at the facility for “property offenses.”

The reports on Sharp’s escape didn’t specify what she did, but the category of her supposed crime covers a variety of unlawful acts. She may have committed burglary, larceny, theft, motor vehicle theft, arson, shoplifting, or vandalism. Property-related crimes are those wherein the suspect doesn’t use force against someone or threaten them with physical harm in order to steal or do damage to their targeted objects or places.

The police sent Amy Sharp's mugshots to TV stations.

The police sent Amy Sharp's mugshots to TV stations.

Following Sharp’s escape, the police got in touch with TV stations to alert the public. They provided two mugshots of Sharp, where she’s shown looking down and out.

7 News Sydney posted Sharp’s mugshots on her Facebook page along with the police statement.

What a vain request!

What a vain request!

For some reason, Sharp commented on 7 News Sydney’s Facebook post about her escape. Apparently, she didn’t like how she looked in her mugshots. So, she uploaded a photo of herself where she looked better. She even wrote this request to the TV station: “Can you use this photo, please and thank you.” Sharp’s request was also accompanied by an angelic emoji.

Thousands of people reacted to Sharp’s exasperating request. Many even checked out her Facebook profile, where she featured these words as her cover image: “I’m just a li’l princess with anger issues.”

Amy Sharp's declaration tells us how she sees herself.

Amy Sharp's declaration tells us how she sees herself.

The police later revealed that Sharp was once again arrested last August 27 in Wentworth Park, Sydney. In addition to her existing case, she has also been charged with escaping lawful custody. She filed an appeal to be granted bail, but her request was denied.

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These Two Canadian Hotties Were Arrested For Smuggling $23M of Cocaine In Australia

No wonder, their Instagram posts showed them living lavish lifestyles.

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How you use social media kinda gives people an insight of who you really are.

Now friends of Melina Roberge, 22, and Isabelle Lagacé, 28, will no longer have to wonder how these two women are able to afford their lavish lifestyles.

Recently, these two Canadian women were arrested by authorities on a cruise liner in Sydney, Australia for smuggling 95 kilograms of cocaine worth about $23 million into the country. The 95 kilos of cocaine were estimated to be worth about $23 million.

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Man Dubbed as the Longest Living Human is Ready to Die at 145.

This man just might be the oldest living human in history.

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Indonesian Mbah Gotho from Sragen in central Java has been dubbed the world's longest living person at 145 years old. The old man has in fact outlived some of his immediate family members including his 10 siblings, 4 wives, and children. Meanwhile, his nearest living relatives are his grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren.

But despite living incredibly longer than anyone else, his grandson said that Mr. Gotho has been preparing to die since he was 122.

"What I want is to die. My grandchildren are all independent," Mr. Gotho said.

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These Siblings Have A Rare Disease That Will Prevent Them From Achieving Deep Sleep

Lachlan and Hayley Webb — a brother and sister from based in Queensland, Australia — carry the gene for a rare hereditary disease called Fatal Familial Insomnia (FFI).

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Insomnia, or the state of being unable to sleep, is harmful. When you can't sleep, you don't get rest. Your body will not be able to recover from the stress you experience.

Lachlan and Hayley Webb — a brother and sister based in Queensland, Australia — may look like they don't have health issues. However, they both carry the gene for a rare hereditary disease called Fatal Familial Insomnia (FFI). They call it their "genetic time bomb."

Lachlan and Hayley Webb periodically undergo sleep tests.

Lachlan and Hayley Webb periodically undergo sleep tests.

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