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Russian police have rare encounter with a crocodile

ST. PETERSBURG, Russia — Russian police had an unexpected encounter while searching a house in St. Petersburg — a crocodile in the basement. The Fontanka.ru news portal said the incident happened Thursday while detectives were looking for undeclared weapons in the house of a man involved in staging reconstructions of historic military battles with period uniforms and antique weaponry. When they...

Idiot impaled through groin sparks bloody brawl between friends

A wild all-night party in Harlem turned gruesome Monday, when a man who was asked to leave plunged from a window and got impaled through the groin on a spiked fence, police and witnesses said. The situation escalated further when two revelers argued over how to help — and one bashed the other so hard with a beer bottle it...

QUE ESTAMOS VIENDO! (June 30 – July 2 2017)

LORD OF THE FREAKS (iTUNES/AMAZON) - Narra las extrañas empresas del nuevo magnate de los medios de comunicación Alki David, también conocido como "The Eccentric Billionaire", un hombre cuya extrema riqueza y sensibilidades inusuales han resultado en una serie de escapadas confusas. SUBURRA (NETFLIX) - Un gángster conocido como "Samurai" quiere convertir el paseo marítimo de Roma en un nuevo...

‘Dead’ dad AWAKENS and lifts open coffin lid minutes before being buried alive

The 75-year-old pensioner had "stopped breathing" and had "cold feet and hands" when he was believed dead by his son, Huang Mingquan, and around a dozen other relatives. The resident of Junlian County, in south west China, was already extremely weak to begin with and his family apparently thought he had finally passed away. So they were stunned when eight hours...

Beware! A new iMessage prank text can CRASH your phone: Here’s how to fix it

A bug found in Apple's iOS is causing the iMessage app to crash after receiving a malicious text. The prank message contains an attachment to a large file known as a vCard. This is a type of virtual business card that lets you share contacts on your phone. The prank message contains an attachment to a large file known as a vCard....

News: Chinese High-Beam Violators Can Get Headlights Shined In Their Eyes

When you’re driving in the United States and there’s an oncoming car with its high-beams on, the most you can do is flash your high-beams at it in retaliation. If caught, sometimes the offender gets a ticket. Apparently, in China, more punishment could be involved.  The Shenzhen traffic police uploaded photos to its official Weibo account, depicting high-beam offenders sitting...

News: What To Do If You Get Pulled Over By Police with Weed

It's a brave new world for cannabis laws, which will almost certainly shift yet again in the coming weeks as five new states vote on recreational initiatives. Among them is California, the seventh largest economy in the world and home to about 80 percent of all pot grown in the US. If the polls are any indication, it will...

News: Colin Powell joins 68 Republican politicians, donors and officials who are supporting Hillary Clinton

The list of Republicans supporting Hillary Clinton is still growing. For months, we have been keeping track of all of the GOP politicians, administration officials, business leaders and donors who have crossed over to back Clinton over Donald Trump. The most recent, announced Tuesday, is former secretary of state Colin Powell. "General Powell said at a meeting of the Long Island Association...

News: U.S. Attorney General Says Pot Is Not A Gateway Drug, Prescription Opioids Are

Speaking at a Kentucky high school in September, 2016, U.S. Attorney General, Loretta Lynch, iterated to the kids that marijuana is not the gateway drug it has been made out to be. She, instead, went on to blame prescription drugs as the main introduction to opioids in modern society.  These, she says, are the main factor of things leading young people...

Video: Kites Gigantes Llenan El Cielo En Guatemala Para Día De Todos Los Santos

Día de Todos los Santos (otherwise known as All Saints' Day) is celebrated on November 1 around the world. The Catholic tradition focuses on the remembrance of saints, both known and unknown. One notable celebration takes flight in the Guatemalan city of Santiago Sacatepéquez, where locals create elaborate and intricately detailed kites to fly in the local cemeteries of their lost...

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