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Police issue warning after burglar cooks eggs in the nude

THE problem with most criminals is that they’re boring. Mere smash ‘n’ grabs aren’t good enough in 2013. Our current crims won’t ever match the glamour of Hollywood diamond thieves and the like, so they need to get creative.

So thank the stars for the burglar in Vancouver who decided to break into someone’s house and, instead of making off with a flatscreen TV or PS3, they made their way to the kitchen and made themselves some supper.

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Posted: 5th, July 2013 | In: Strange But True | Comment (1) | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Hen lays the massive egg within an egg

huge egg

TO China, where Granny Yang, 87, is showcasing her massive hen’s egg. Media has massed in Bijie in Guizhou so see the massive egg. Says Yang, as the shell cracks revealing two yolks and an intact entire egg inside:

I’m more than 80 now, but I have never seen eggs like this before.”

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Posted: 18th, March 2013 | In: Strange But True, The Consumer | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Nigel Lawson’s Law: All Fat Peopel Want To Look Rich

NIGELLA Lawson would like to tell Mail readers about her husband Charles Saatchi’s “nine eggs a day diet.”

In an exclusive interview with The Mail on Sunday’s You magazine today, 48-year-old Ms Lawson says her husband’s ‘completely mad eggs, eggs and more eggs diet’ now means that he is thinner than her.

Anorak recalls how former chancellor of the Exchequer Nigel Lawson, the masculine singular root of Nigella, also lost a shed load of weight.

It seems odd that the two males most associated with Nigella both now resemble the Christmas turkey that got away.

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Posted: 28th, September 2008 | In: Celebrities, Tabloids | Comments (3) | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Illegal For Men To Process and Distribute Sperm

YOU know what you’re doing. Cut it out. It’s illegal:

Since July 2007 it has been a criminal offence to “procure, test, process or distribute” any gametes (sperm and eggs) intended for human application without a licence from the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority.

Can the Guardian be right? Is it illegal to process and distribute sperm? Do men need a licence..?

Posted: 23rd, September 2008 | In: Broadsheets, Strange But True | Comments (16) | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0