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January 18, 2015 at 2:17 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment




Odd news from around the world

KFC rage: “A MAN who was holding up the queue at a KFC drive-through on Brisbane’s southside pulled out a knife and stabbed another motorist who tried to get him to move on, police allege. It will be alleged at 8.30pm yesterday Ramzy was in the drive-through at KFC at Logan Rd, Greenslopes, when he argued with an attendant who asked him to move his car forward. Another motorist from a car behind went up to talk to Ramzy, to get him to move on, and after they argued Ramzy stabbed his leg, it will be alleged. The wounded man was taken to Princess Alexandra Hospital, but his injuries were not life threatening, police said. Ramzy’s lawyer said he would be contesting the charges. Magistrate Noel Nunan granted Ramzy bail, ordering that he report to police once a week and remain living at his Acacia Ridge address. “No more knives in your car. Keep right away from knives,’’ Mr Nunan warned Ramzy. [Ramzy is an Arab surname]

Man dies from heart failure after playing computer games for THREE DAYS straight: “A 32-year-old man has died after a three-day gaming binge at an internet cafe in Taiwan – the second such case in the country this year. The man, identified by his family name Hsieh, was found slumped motionless in his chair in the cafe in Kaohsiung city last week. Other patrons initially thought he was sleeping, but when an employee realised he was not breathing he was rushed to hospital where he was pronounced dead. Doctors found the man had died of cardiac failure and ruled it a ‘sudden death’ from prolonged computer gaming, the police report said. An employee told the paper: ‘Hsieh was a regular customer here and always played for consecutive days. It was not clear what Hsieh was playing at the time of his death, with the report describing it only as ‘combat computer games’.

Superman is a weakling: “Superman can famously fly faster than a speeding bullet – but the British actor who plays the superhero needs an ‘emotional support dog’ to board a plane. Man Of Steel star Henry Cavill, 31, was seen arriving for a flight at Los Angeles’ LAX airport last week with his dog, which was wearing a vest with the words ‘Working. Do not pet. Emotional Support Dog’ emblazoned on it. Under a unique US Department of Transportation rule, passengers are allowed to take their dogs on flights if they have a doctor’s letter stating the animal ‘is necessary to their mental health or treatment’. His pet Akita Kal-El – named after Superman’s own name on his home planet Krypton – was bought last year with his then girlfriend, American actress Gina Carano. Animal behaviour expert Dr David Sands said: ‘Many people get anxious when on a plane and it is much better for them to stroke a dog than to try to get over their fear by tucking into the alcohol.”

The horrific moment man walks into a service station with a metal bar sticking out of his HEAD: “Gruesome CCTV footage has surfaced of a New Zealand man with what appears to be a large rod lodged in his head making a plea for help inside a service station. The 23-year-old man is believed to have been attacked while sitting in his car late on Friday night in Katikati, south-east of Auckland. Incredibly, not only was he was able to drive about four blocks to the petrol station, he arrived in a composed state. The rod has been removed and the victim is in a serious but stable condition in Wakato Hospital hospital. Police have spoken to witnesses and say they are making progress with their investigations.”

Brand new tug boat capsizes during test voyage on China’s Yangtze River: ” Twenty-two people were killed after a tugboat on a test voyage overturned in the Yangtze River, Chinese state media have confirmed. Four Singaporeans, an Indian, an Indonesian, a Japanese and a Malaysian were among the men who died in the accident, while the 14 other victims were Chinese, the state-run Xinhua News Agency said. Just three people, all Chinese, were pulled alive from the water after the 368-ton ship capsized on Thursday. Among the rescued was one man, identified as an interpreter, who was freed when rescuers cut through the bottom of the boat’s hull early Friday – a full 14 hours after it went down. The provincial government said the boat was undergoing trials without properly completing the required procedures and without first reporting the condition of the ship, as required by regulations. The accident occurred on a stretch of the river that experiences extremely strong currents, between the cities of Jingjiang and Zhangjiagang”

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