Vengeful Polish teeth-pulling dentist story …, Beep!!Beep!!…, spaceship…, Orangutans at Miami…, Fullerton Police murdering Kelly Thomas…, Flesh-Eating…, Elevated Blood Alcohol Content…, Man told to wrap up home…, Skeleton of World War I soldier…, Turtle with boy’s initials carved…
Remember the tale of the jilted Polish dentist who pulled all the pearly whites from the mouth of her ex-boyfriend? Turns out the story has no teeth. The report that dentist Anna Mackowiak removed all her ex-boyfriend’s teeth after he came into her dental office complaining of a toothache turned out to be false.
Dubai is the place to go if you want to build outrageous or crazy architecture, like buildings as tall as mountains, manmade islands in the shape of the world or, if neither of those is wacky enough for you, then how about an ocean hotel that’s partly submerged in water? That’s the idea for the Water Discus Underwater Hotel from Deep Ocean Technology which is to be built in Dubai and is comprised of futuristic discs which make it look a bit like the StarshipEnterprise.
A 24-year-old woman is fighting for her life after contracting a deadly flesh-eating disease after cutting her leg on a homemade zip line eight days ago. Aimee Copeland, a psychology graduate student from Georgia, is still in the hospital after doctors realized that the flesh-eating bacteria had infected her wound on her left calf could spread to the rest of her body.
College students have made many advances in the field of getting drunk quickly- the beer bong and shot luge come to mind- but their work pales in comparison to a new alcoholic spray that promises to get you drunk instantaneously. But easy come, easy go: The inebriation lasts only a few seconds.
A Winnipeg man has been ordered by the city to wrap up renovations he has been making to his River Heights house for the past 24 years. A city committee gave Daniel Old three weeks on Tuesday to finish renovating his Ash Street property.
An amateur historian has discovered the mummified body of a World War I solider frozen into an Italian glacier. Dino De Bernardin made the grim find as he walked in mountains close to his home, which had been the scene of bitter fighting between Italian and Austro-Hungarian troops between 1915 and 1917.