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Swedish baby baked in oven

Police have arrested a mother for allegedly baking her five-month-old baby in an oven, seriously burning the infant, media and officials said today. The child received second... Read more

Posted in Crime & Law by Bas van Rijn
Paramedic fired for honking dead woman's breast

Scott Kirhart from Manson, Iowa was fired for allegedly handling a woman's corpse inappropriately while he was transporting her to a morgue. The Trinity Regional Medical Centre,... Read more

Posted in Crime & Law by Paul van der Maas

Until the 1960's men with long hair were not allowed to enter Disneyland. See more

Posted in Crime & Law Entertainment by Paul van der Maas
Woman tries to pay Wal-Mart with fake million dollar bill

A woman from Georgia, USA was arrested for trying to pay an amount of $1,671.55 with a fake million dollar note at Wal-Mart. The staff at the Wal-Mart in Covington called the... Read more

Posted in Crime & Law by Bas van Rijn
Teenager tries to sell drugs to police officers

A teenager has been arrested for trying to sell drugs to two police officers. Both police officers had the word 'police' written on their jackets in large letters. The two police... Read more

Posted in Crime & Law by Bas van Rijn

It is a criminal offence to drive around in a dirty car in Russia. See more

Posted in Crime & Law by Paul van der Maas
'Wrong way' driver warns police about 'wrong way' drivers

A pensioner from Bern, Switzerland, who was driving the wrong way down a motorway stopped to complain to police officers about all the other people who were driving in the wrong... Read more

Posted in Crime & Law by Paul van der Maas
Mother fries 10-year-old son for excessive eating

A Nigerian mom was arrested for pouring boiling hot oil over her son as a punishement for eating too much leftovers. 10-year-old Ebuka Ochichi had eaten too much of the macaroni... Read more

Posted in Crime & Law Health & Food by Paul van der Maas

In Alaska, it is legal to shoot bears. However, waking a sleeping bear for the purpose of taking a photograph is prohibited. See more

Posted in Crime & Law Animals by Bas van Rijn

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