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Birds in flight emulate firework display

A flock of birds filmed flying from a tree in Zaandam in the Netherlands. YouTube link. LiveLeak link.

Pregnant man arrested for stalking estranged wife


Thomas Beatie, the transgender man who gave birth after beginning to change from a woman to a man, is accused of stalking his estranged wife.

Missing kitten found in duffle bag 2,300 miles from home


A New Mexico woman’s missing kitten has been located in Maine, although exactly how the feline made the 2,300-mile trip remains a mystery.

Raccoon with head stuck in storm drain rescued


Members of Framingham Department of Public Works in Massachusetts recently rescued a raccoon with its head stuck in a storm drain.

Woman riding jet ski on motorway called stupid


A woman caught sitting on a jet ski as it was towed by a truck along a motorway in Auckland, New Zealand, has been labelled careless and stupid.

Man fearing attack by Russia who hoarded guns and explosives in nuclear-proof bunker arrested


Police in Kelheim, Germany, said on Friday they had arrested a man who hoarded guns, ammunition and bomb-making material in a nuclear-proof family bunker he built fearing an attack by Russia.

Plan to close school with no pupils


Plans to close a school with no pupils have been consulted on. Ravenstonedale Endowed School in Cumbria has had no children since September.

Man who claims curse from temple worshippers caused blindness in eye angry with faith healers


A man from Woolwich in south east London has claimed he was scammed out of more than £600 by two Indian faith healers he visited after worshippers of a Sikh temple put a “black magic curse” on him.

Angry man turned up at store in dressing gown holding soap and loofah after faulty shower row


An irate customer arrived at the Wickes branch in Chippenham, Wiltshire, earlier this week wearing only his boxer shorts, dressing gown and slippers after being left disappointed by the store’s actions to fix his broken shower.

It's the weekend


Knock knock

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Gorilla doesn't take kindly to being filmed

This apparently camera-shy gorilla at Berlin zoo expressed its displeasure to these visitors from Ireland.

Would-be shoplifter fled store wearing only his boxer shorts after fight with owners


A 21-year-old man who allegedly tried to steal two bottles of beer from a convenience store in Beaverton, Oregon, ended up wearing just his boxer shorts after the store owners wrestled with him.

Crucifix and Virgin Mary Statue unscathed in fire that destroyed 100-year-old church


Parishioners of a San Jose Catholic church destroyed by a huge fire last Sunday are calling it a miracle that both the church’s crucifix and Virgin Mary statue both somehow survived the inferno relatively unscathed.

Plumber zapped on private parts before being impaled on pipe says he now believes in God


An Argentinian plumber who fell 5 metres and was impaled on a water pipe after being zapped on the private parts by a high voltage cable says he now believes in God.

Police in toasted sandwich mercy dash to elderly lady


Police in New Zealand rushed to the rescue of an elderly woman who had not eaten in three days. The 90-year-old from Wanganui was trying to get a toasted sandwich delivered to her home last week and, in desperation, called the police.

Employment tribunal rules that performing the chicken dance isn't grounds for dismissal


A operator for Sydney Ferries in Australia was ordered to rehire an "alpha male" employee who was fired for allegedly performing the chicken dance in a mocking move to his colleague.

Tourists in Venice risk €500 fine for loud luggage


Tourists to Venice in Italy, could face a €500 (£400, $630) fine if they wheel noisy suitcases around the watery city, under new proposals outlined on Thursday.

Police called to help escort pod of whales away from shoreline


Police officers from Essex were called in to help escort a pod of whales away from the shoreline to prevent them from being stranded on beaches or sandbanks.


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