Baby Shark, the infuriatingly catchy children's rhyme recorded by South Korean company Pinkfong, has become the most-watched video ever on YouTube. The song has now been played 7. It took four years for Baby Shark to ascend to the top of YouTube's most-played chart, but the song is actually much older than that. It is thought to have originated in US summer camps in the s. One theory says it was invented in , as Steven Spielberg's Jaws became an box office smash around the world.
Christian Miles and Gregory Butler, both 21 and former Oklahoma County Jail detention officers, as well as their former supervisor, Christopher Hendershott, 50, were charged on Monday with cruelty to prisoners, corporal punishment to an inmate and conspiracy, Oklahoma County District Court records show. On at least five occasions in November and December involving five inmates, each separately, Mr. Miles and Mr. Butler placed the inmate into an empty attorney visitation room, according to affidavits. The two then handcuffed the inmate against the wall, forcing him to stand for as long as two hours, an internal investigation preceding the charges found. Miles told investigators.
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At least four inmates were secured to a wall with their hands cuffed behind them while the song played on a loop at a loud volume for hours, The Oklahoman reported. The separate incidents occurred in November and December, according to court records. Butler and Miles are accused of imposing the discipline and Hendershott is accused of knowing about it but not stopping it, the newspaper reported.
By Tamar Lapin. An investigation found that at least four prisoners at the Oklahoma County jail were made to stand for hours with their hand cuffed behind their backs while the kids bop played on a loop at loud volume last November and December, The Oklahoman reported. The ex-officers, Gregory Cornell Butler Jr. Their since-retired supervisor, year-old Christopher Raymond Hendershott, was also charged for allegedly knowing about the rogue discipline and doing nothing to stop it. Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater said he would have filed felony charges if that had been an option.