Still shoeless, man in viral photo not homeless, officials say

(Photo: Jennifer Foster via Facebook)

He may be shoeless, but he is not homeless.

Jeffrey Hillman, the barefoot recipient of boots from an NYPD officer last month, has an apartment in the Bronx, officials told the News 4 I-Team. 

Click your heels and GPS-enabled shoes guide you home

(Photo: Dominic Wilcox)

A British artist has created a pair of shoes that, like Dorothy’s ruby slippers in “The Wizard of Oz,” take you home with a click of the heels. But unlike Dorothy, you’ll still have to walk — while the shoes point the way with GPS and a clever LED array.

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Guinness World Records 2013

(Photos: Guinness World Records 2013 Edition)

Here are eye-popping images of the biggest, fastest, longest, weirdest and wackiest record breakers recognized in 2012 and featured in the 2013 edition of “Guinness World Records.”

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Shoe queen sued by ex-husband for allegedly hiding $1 million collection

The ex-husband of poker star Beth Shak is calling her bluff when it comes to her shoe collection.

Hedge fund boss Daniel Shak, 52, claims in a recently filed lawsuit that before the couple divorced three years ago he was unaware of his ex-wife’s collection of 1,200 shoes, which could change the payout from their divorce settlement, according to The New York Post. The “World Series of Poker” star, 42, reportedly owns more than 700 red-soled pairs of heels from her favorite designer, Christian Louboutin, and she has estimated that her entire shoe collection is worth north of $500,000. Daniel Shak has the shoes valued at $1 million in his lawsuit.

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