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A university student who fried a hamster has been banned from keeping animals for eight years.
James White, who studies in York, fried his flatmate’s pet while he was drunk, Selby Magistrates’ Court heard. Experts could not establish whether the creature had died before or after it was put into the hot pan, the court was told.
Representative Ed Orcutt (R – Kalama) does not think bicycling is environmentally friendly because the activity causes cyclists to have “an increased heart rate and respiration.”
THIRTY seconds of fun has cost up to 15 miners their jobs in Western Australia.
A group of workers from Barminco and Hahn Electrical Contracting were fired for their involvement in a re-enactment of the viral dance craze, the Harlem Shake.
The news comes as US aviation safety authorities investigate an incident where an airline allowed university students and passengers to perform the popular dance in the aisles of a plane during a flight.
LOS ANGELES — Jon Stewart, serious film director?
Mr. Stewart, the stand-up satirist and “Daily Show” host, said on Tuesday that he would direct his first movie, a drama called “Rosewater,” from a screenplay that he wrote.
The teen’s voicemail greeting triggered a lockdown at his Pennsylvania school after a receptionist misheard his rendition of “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” theme song.
There’s no pursuit of happiness for this Long Island man — local cops busted him for laughing too loudly in his own home.
Robert Schiavelli, 42, was recently slapped with two “absurd” summonses because his next-door neighbor complained that he could hear his hearty guffaws from across the driveway.
Imagine you’re a waitress, out with friends on a night off, when you lose your wallet. Cash, credit cards, driver’s license—all gone. Your bank later informs you that checks are being issued in your name.
A quick-thinking worker at a Connecticut Dunkin’ Donuts threw hot coffee at a man who tried to climb through the drive-through window to rob the store, telling him “go run on Dunkin'” as he fled.
Playtex– yes, that Playtex, the feminine sanitary products manufacturer– has named W.K. the face of its new line of “Fresh + Sexy” wipes, which are designed for use by both genders before and after sexual activity.