Bigg Boss assigns bed-sheet stitching task to contestants As part of the 'Golden Ticket to Finale,' Bigg Boss announced a new task and asked inmates to stitch a bed sheet with the clothes wrapped around balls and thrown into the garden area. Bigg Boss also mentioned that contestants who collect clothes wrapped around black balls have the right to stop other inmates from stitching for some time. While everyone started sewing the bed-sheet enthusiastically, Vaiyapuri struggled to put it together and made a complete mess of it. "I should have left the house when Kamal Haasan sir provided me an option to quit. It would at least take me a year to finish stitching a bed-sheet," moaned Vaiyapuri. The most challenging 'Who's inside the car?' task announced Bigg Boss announced the most difficult task of the season titled "Who's inside the car?" According to the task, contestants were asked to get inside the car parked in the garden area. "Once you hear the buzzer sound, you all should discuss and mutually conclude to send one by one from the car. One who stays inside the car finally will get 10 points for the 'Golden Ticket to Finale' contest. One who wins this task will be close to the finale," announced Bigg Boss. Bindhu voluntarily withdrew from the task and came out of the car as the first candidate stating it was difficult to sit on Ganesh's lap in the backseat. Aarav quit the mission following Bindhu, without any proper reason.
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Friday’s poll showed support for the far-left Linke stood at 9 percent, with the environmentalist Greens on 8 percent. Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel, a senior Social Democrat, told broadcaster SWR he favored a so-called “traffic light” coalition with the FDP and Greens. However, the poll put support for such an alliance at just 41 percent. [B4N1JZ031] The survey showed there would be sufficient support for both a repeat of the incumbent “grand coalition” of Merkel’s conservatives and the SPD, and for a so-called “Jamaica” coalition of the conservatives, FDP and Greens. People sit in a voting cabin to cast their vote in an advanced postal ballot for the upcoming general elections at Steglitz-Zehlendorf district postal ballot polling station, in Berlin, Germany, September 15, 2017. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch However, Greens co-leader Cem Ozdemir sounded a skeptical note about a possible three-way Jamaica tie-up -- a reference to the parties’ colors: black (conservatives), yellow (FDP) and green (Greens). “I don’t see how we should get together with the FDP,” he told the daily Berliner ชุดเครื่องนอนซาติน Zeitung. FDP leader Christian Lindner also played down the likelihood of such an alliance. “The Greens have long since bid farewell to Jamaica by raising their demands to the max,” he told Der Spiegel magazine.
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These sheets are dirty,” said Mercogliano, who then called for a manager. When he arrived, he brought a maid with him. She claimed she cleaned the sheets but when Mercogliano showed them our “I Slept Here” message glowing in the dark, both apologized. “I mean, there are no words for me to say, we expect the housekeepers to change the sheets,” the manager said. In a statement to Inside Edition, La Quinta Inns & Suites said: “We strive to provide a positive, consistent guest experience at all of our branded hotels. This includes providing a clean guestroom for every guest. We have reached out to the management team at this franchised location to understand what happened and have addressed the issue." At a Residence Inn by Marriott also near Times Square, a hotel rated One Diamond by AAA, Inside Edition did the test once more, but this time sprayed the word “Yuck” on the top bedsheet and “I Slept Here” on the bottom sheet. The pillows were also sprayed with the Inside Edition logo. The next day the team discovered that the pillowcases had been changed on the bed, but the same could not be said for the sheets, where “YUCK” and “I SLEPT HERE” were still seen. “This is absolutely disgusting,” said Mercogliano.
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