Trending today: 4-year-old boy banned from bakery; 'Fifty Shades of Grey' trailer released

Published: Jul. 24, 2014 at 2:17 PM EDT
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The full-length Fifty Shades of Grey trailer dropped Thursday morning. (Photo: YouTube/Fifty...
The full-length Fifty Shades of Grey trailer dropped Thursday morning. (Photo: YouTube/Fifty Shades of Grey)

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'Fifty Shades of Grey' trailer is here

The full-length Fifty Shades of Grey trailer dropped Thursday morning.

The last ten seconds are arguably NSFW, which is Internet speak for "not safe for work."

A short teaser was previously posted on Beyonce's Instagram account, who sings a version of "Crazy in Love" for the film.

Fifty Shades of Grey, starring Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan, opens February 13, 2015.

Take a look:

4-year-old banned from bakery after asking if woman was pregnant

A 4-year-old boy was recently banned from a Connecticut doughnut shop. Now the issue has been brought up on social media, and both the boy's mother and the shop aren't shying away from their stances.

Rebecca Denham, mom of 4-year-old Justin Otero said, said they were greeted Tuesday morning at the Doughnut Inn in Monroe saying that they weren't welcome.

"She said 'he's not allowed in here,' and I looked around, and said, 'him?' And she said 'yeah, he's rude'," Denham told WFSB.

A few days ago, the boy asked a woman at the doughnut shop if she was pregnant, and she was not.

"It looked like she was pregnant, and I asked her if she was pregnant," 4-year-old Otero said.

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Denham added that both she and her son apologized to the woman after the question was asked.

After the story was picked up by local media, comments began flooding the Doughnut Inn of Monroe's Facebook page.

The shop said in a statement on Wednesday: "I'd like to clarify that my decision to ask this customer to take her business elsewhere was based on a whole series of incidences involving inappropriate behavior, and unfortunately, my suggestion was not met with any degree of understanding on her part."

Denham admitted that her son has been involved in other incidents at the shop, but this was their first warning and Denham said she remains unapologetic.

France: Air Algerie flight vanishes over N Mali

An Air Algerie flight carrying 116 people from Burkina Faso to Algeria's capital disappeared from radar early Thursday over northern Mali after heavy rains were reported, according to the plane's owner and government officials in France and Burkina Faso.

Air navigation services lost track of the MD-83 about 50 minutes after takeoff from Ouagadougou, the capital of Burkina Faso, at 0155 GMT (9:55 p.m. EDT Wednesday), the official Algerian news agency APS said.

The list of passengers includes 51 French, 27 Burkina Faso nationals, eight Lebanese, six Algerians, five Canadians, four Germans, two Luxemburg nationals, one Swiss, one Belgium, one Egyptian, one Ukrainian, one Nigerian, one Cameroonian and one Malian, Burkina Faso Transport Minister Jean Bertin Ouedraogo said. The six crew members are Spanish, according to the Spanish pilots' union.

France's transport minister says the crew's last message asked air control to change the plane's route because of the heavy rains in the area.
The plane had been missing for hours before the news was made public. It wasn't immediately clear why airline or government officials didn't make it public earlier.

Full report here by the Associated Press:

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