TOP CLICKS: The week full of viral stories

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Some stories set the world on fire. And these are the most popular online stories of the last seven days, clicked on by Sun Readers like you.

Here are our top stories:

The cast and crew of Two and a Half Men struggled with Charlie Sheen’s downward spiral

Charlie Sheen has made great strides in recovering from the events in his life more than a dozen years ago to today.

In the late 2000s to early 2010s, Sheen was all about #winning and tiger blood and Adonis DNA and his Violent Torpedo of Truth tour (anyone remember that?), when arguably his biggest mistake was putting the torpedo on to make up your own face.

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It was a downward spiral that everyone felt: Charlie, of course, but also his family and friends and the cast and crew of Two and a half menwho had to work with him under these conditions That is, when he would show up on set.

They revealed that they were trying to separate what was going on in Charlie’s personal life from their jobs, but that was becoming increasingly difficult.

Kanye West is seen in Los Angeles
Kanye West is seen in Los Angeles on August 10, 2022. (Getty/Bang Showbiz) Photo from Getty /Bang Showbiz

Kanye West and his wife have been banned for life from Venice boat company after indecent exposure

Talk about getting caught with your pants down!

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Kanye West and “Mrs” Bianca Censori (FYI, it’s called “Mrs” because they got married in a non-legal ceremony) have been in Europe for the past few weeks. Things got a little revealing during her time in Italy.

If you thought it was Censori in one of her signature, bizarre, Kanye-approved outfits, think again.

Rather, Kim Kardashian’s ex was photographed bare-bottomed on a boat in Venice while Censori did who knows what (oh, we have our suspicions, but we’re keeping quiet).

Now the boat company wants nothing to do with Ye or Bianca and the couple have been banned from ever boarding one of their boats again. This is Amore.

Don Duggan, owner of Centennial Park Mini Indy Go-Karts in Toronto's West End
Don Duggan, owner of Centennial Park Mini Indy go-karts in Toronto’s West End on August 30, 2023. (Ernest Doroszuk/Toronto Sun) Photo by Ernest Doroszuk /Toronto Sun

WARMINGTON: A cash-strapped town closes a profitable go-kart track and drives the race to despair

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Toronto’s race for last place is racing at breakneck speed as the park’s popular go-kart track, batting cages and beach volleyball park are set to close, but, hey, drug injection sites will remain.

Despite petitions signed by more than 22,000 people, the Centennial Mini-Indy at Etobicoke’s Centennial Park has been given an eviction notice after 36 years and will be forced to close by the end of the season to make way for new baseball diamonds although there are already baseball diamonds in the park.

Apparently Toronto is facing a cash crunch, Joe Warmington reported, and Mayor Olivia Chow is introducing new taxes, called revenue instruments, to pay the bills. Canceling the eviction of the Centennial Mini-Indy would be a start.

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Brian Burke, head of the PWHL Players Association
Former general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs Brian Burke. (Files by Ernest Doroszuk/Toronto Sun) Photo by Ernest Doroszuk /Toronto Sun Files

SIMMONS SAYS: Burke is stepping into what may be his most important role yet

Brian Burke, now executive director of the players’ association for the new Professional Women’s Hockey League, is about to embark on what may be the most important milestone of his pro career, Steve Simmons reported.

No, he has no other players to represent; Rather, he will serve as part contractor, part consultant, part player representative and part lawyer, and his close ties to commissioner Gary Bettman and the NHL could play a big role in whether the PWHL can succeed in the future.

A flight was grounded after a poop emergency.
A plane was grounded on a flight from Atlanta to Barcelona over the weekend after a feces emergency. (@arbyswehavethe2/X/Toronto Sun) Photo by @arbyswehavethe2/X /TORONTO SUN

Passengers on board Delta aircraft describe diarrhea

We’ve all heard of snakes on an airplane. We all know the vomit on the plane (I’ve experienced it there before!). But explosive diarrhea? Crap no.

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Well, not until Delta passengers learned they had to endure a flight where a fellow passenger was terribly ill and “had diarrhea the whole time.”

Good God.

Things got so bad on the Atlanta to Barcelona flight that the plane had to be diverted 90 minutes into its flight because “biohazard” even “drip down the aisle.”

Please make it stop.

Flight crew members attempted to spray a vanilla-scented disinfectant, but this resulted in the entire plane smelling like “Vanilla-S…”.

No. Nuh-uh. There’s no turning back from this, is there? Did they just burn the entire plane?

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