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Monty Python fan changes his name

Monty Python fan Fred Still, 56, has changed his name to, 'Fred Eric Idle John Cleese Michael Palin Terry Jones Graham Chapman Terry Gilliam...

Jenson Button’s 1970 Volkswagon is auctioned

A 1970 Volkswagon kombi camper van belonging to F1 (Formula One) driver Jenson Button was sold for $30,000 at an auction in Somerset, in...

Eco-friendly Romans

Eco-friendly Romans recycled huge quantities of glass 1500 years ago. It was discovered by archaeologists after a recent dig in Norfolk, England.

Pub crawl lasts 7 years

Beer lover Ken Lowe, 65, of Addlestone, in the county of Surrey, England, has finished a seven-year bar crawl, drinking in the county's 900...

Gurkha stabs himself to death

A Gurkha veteran who stabbed himself to death in the street with his Kukri knife had lost his voice through throat cancer. Ex-Captain Sangdup Tamang,...

Humpbacks spotted swimming in Sydney Harbour

Two whales were sighted in Sydney Harbour, which brightened the morning of the early commuters. The mother and her baby are believed to be humpback...

Schizophrenic man stabbed his bride to death

A schizophrenic man was jailed for twelve years for stabbing his Vietnamese bride to death. The pair met through an international dating agency, prompting calls...

A dog in a blender?

A TV ad, showing a toy dog in a blender for an Aussie Radio Station has been pulled after viewers thought that the dog...

David Traffic-Hoff loves the freeway

David Hasselhoff waved at traffic from the overpass of a Los Angeles freeway. I don't know if he was bored or mad. A local psychologist...

Drug money for Farc

Police arrested forty-one people on suspicion of laundering nearly $300 Australian dollars of drug money to fund Columbia's militant Farc group. Cash and 250kg of...

Kwik-Twit

Kwik-Fit tyre fitting company employ idiots. Daft Kwik-Fit fitter Tom Hembling from Ramsgate, England, got a six month driving ban for driving with bald tyres.

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