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  • Complaint Department
  • Complaint Department

    A weekly roundup of international news oddities
      Ewing police said Tomasz Dymek, 31, of Queens, New York, "was not satisfied with the dollar, so he forced his way into the victim's vehicle and drove from the lot, sitting on top of her in the driver's seat."
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  • Awesome!
  • Awesome!

    A weekly roundup of international news oddities
      Self-proclaimed conductor Tim Devin and a group of friends founded the ensemble as a joke, reports Ripley's Believe It or Not, and after premiering at Boston's Art Beat Festival, the idea took off.
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  • Why Not?
  • Why Not?

    A weekly roundup of international news oddities
      To keep it in good repair and ready for reopening, the coaster must run 12 times every day, and park mechanics discussing how reopening would happen hit upon an idea: They loaded the coaster's 24 seats with giant plush animals from the park's midway games prize stash.
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  • Cheeky
  • Cheeky

    A weekly roundup of international news oddities
      he BBC reported that on June 2, railroad workers became alarmed after spotting a pair of human feet and "no signs of life" near the Chafford Hundred station in Essex, England.
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  • Government in Action
  • Government in Action

    A weekly roundup of international news oddities
      Lee Ann Phelps, vehicle services manager for the Kansas Department of Revenue, told Fox4 she doesn't know why the state uses identical numbers, but there are about 625,000 plates in the state that share a number.
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  • Fun With Mannequins
  • Fun With Mannequins

    A weekly roundup of international news oddities
      "We're all craving to gather and see other people right now," said Patrick O'Connell, the Inn's proprietor and chef. "They don't all necessarily need to be real people."
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  • Sign of the Times
  • Sign of the Times

    A weekly roundup of international news oddities
      In response, ABC Displays, a Colombian advertising company, has developed a cardboard hospital bed with metal railings that can be converted into a coffin. The beds can hold a weight of 330 pounds and will cost about $85 each, company manager Rodolfo Gomez said.
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  • Not What It Looks Like
  • Not What It Looks Like

    A weekly roundup of international news oddities
      Later, the electricity suddenly went out, so he returned to the cellar and this time found a young woman. "She said, 'I'm hiding from someone,'" Wilkerson told police, then she ran away.
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  • Questionable Judgment
  • Questionable Judgment

    A weekly roundup of international news oddities
      On May 2, an unnamed man went grocery shopping at Vons in Santee, California, where a number of shoppers took photos of the man, wearing a Ku Klux Klan hood.
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  • Police Report
  • Police Report

    A weekly roundup of international news oddities.
      When the homeowner again tried to take the keys away, the driver allegedly hit him repeatedly, causing major injuries. CHP arrested the driver for suspicion of DUI involving drugs, battery and theft of a vehicle.
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