Somewhere out there is a world where you don’t have to wait in line for coffee â€” where you don’t have to get stampeded by caffeine addicts, where all you have to do is yawn, and magically, your warm cup of joe is there waiting for you. You’re safe and you’re satisfied. Dreaming?Well, Dutch coffee.pany Douwe Egberts, as part of a new campaign, is making those dreams.e true. The.pany souped up a coffee vending machine with facial recognition technology and created a mechanical barista that dishes you what is essentially a free cup. The machine was placed in front of weary red-eye travelers at airports see above and below.The campaign, dubbed “Bye Bye Red Eye,” served more than 210 airport passengers.
The coffee was free for the most part â€” the only currency it required was a yawn, which was recognized by the machine’s facial recognition technology.A dead body was fished out of a drain with the help of a JCB digging machine and carried to hospital piled up on garbage in Uttar Pradesh’s Firozabad town. Two policemen have been suspended, an official said.The incident took place Sunday in the Nalbandan area of the town when people spotted the naked dead body of a youngster lying in a big drain.Policemen came and asked for a JCB machine of the municipal corporation, used to clean drains and lift garbage from various city dumps.The JCB was then pressed into service to lift out the dead body, which was identified by Jitendra Joshi, resident of Chandravargate, as that ofÂ his 18-year-old son Shivam.
The teenager had gone missing for the last four days, the inconsolable Joshi told policemen and requested them to call an ambulance to place the body with some dignity.The pleas of the father and other residents went unheard and for full four km, till the district hospital, the body was taken on the JCB machine’s plougher along with garbage even as passers-by were left shocked.As the anger among people grew, Superintendent of Police Rakesh Singh suspended two policemen – Man Singh and Vijaypal Singh of the Rasoolpur police station.”This type of behaviour is.pletely unacceptable and we have taken tough action against the errant policemen,” he told IANS.