A man accused of stealing a cookie has charged police with devising 'the most degrading' punishment imaginable: forcing him to listen to a cop sing. Julian Aldarondo has filed a complaint with the Oakland police, saying he endured 'excessive force' when he was handcuffed after being accused of stealing a cookie and forced to listen to an officer sing Rupert Holmes' The Pina Colada Song . 'This is the most degrading and humiliating experience I have ever encountered,' Mr Aldarondo said. Jimmy is one of 50 million pets in the United States suffering from baldness. But a new product is helping the 14-year-old Maltese dog grow his hair back. ItchStick from Petkin Pet Care Systems is offering hope to animals like Jimmy who just cannot seem to keep a full coat of fur. 'He used to chew off his fur until it bled,' Jimmy's owner Nonna Lindquist, said. After three weeks with ItchStick, the fur is already growing back.' Russian nationalist politician Vladimir Zhirinovsky threw water over fellow members of parliament after they tried to shut him up. Mr Zhirinovsky stormed to the speaker's platform and reached for the glass when deputies weary of his harangues demanded he return to his seat. 'Get out of here!' the ultra-nationalist shouted, refilling the glass several times and spraying the deputies with mineral water. A Dutch supermarket manager who regularly helped himself to takings from the cash register secretly gulped down the till receipts in a bid to hide his dishonesty. But he forgot the amounts were also being registered electronically and a detective became suspicious. The startled employee was caught red-handed while trying to gobble up a cash receipt.