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A criminal defence lawyer who defecated in a Pringles can and then tossed the soiled vessel into the car park of a victims' charity has been suspended from practice. Ohio attorney Jack A. Blakeslee admitted throwing the can from his car window on his way to a court hearing in 2021, but denied delibe

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A question from a politician gave the Lord Justice Clerk, Lady Dorrian, pause for thought, and laughter, at Holyrood yesterday. The judge, along with Lord Ericht, was appearing before the Equalities, Human Rights and Civil Justice Committee, which was taking evidence on the Regulation of Legal Servi

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A notorious drug trafficker has handed his artificial island in Dubai to the Italian authorities in hopes of receiving a reduced sentence. Raffaele Imperiale, 49, told a court in Naples that he paid €12 million for 'Taiwan', which forms part of the artificial archipelago called "The World", con

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Contestants in a Netflix game show based on its dystopian hit series Squid Game have threatened legal action over alleged injuries sustained during filming. Squid Game: The Challenge controversially turns the deadly trials of the Korean TV drama into a game show where players compete for real money.

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Distinctive multicoloured briefs led to the arrest of a robbery suspect over a year after the crime. On September 14, 2022, three masked men robbed a tobacco shop in Queens, New York, with two brandishing guns and a third emptying the cash register.

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An inflatable Whopper the size of a car garage was spotted tumbling through the streets of a city in Oregon this month. The inflatable Whopper broke free of its ties at a local Burger King in Newberg before blowing away and crashing into a smoke shop, catching air and taking down a US flag and caree

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A January 6 rioter representing himself at trial who produced sovereign citizen arguments that a federal judge described as "bullshit" and "gobbledygook" has been found guilty of various charges. Taylor James Johnatakis of Washington state was arrested in February 2021. His trial began last week. A

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Police were called to a former seafood market and restaurant where they arrested a man who allegedly stole over $1,200 in air fresheners. Police in University City, a suburb of St. Louis, Missouri, were called to an abandoned building that is now used for storage.

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Police who recently investigated reports of screams found that they were in fact simply a mother goat bleating. Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Quadra Island, British Columbia, dispelled fears of paranormal activity, confirming that reports of distressing screams were simply natural occurrences.

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A Scottish ultra-marathon runner has been given a year-long ban after using a car to secure third place in a race. Athlete Joasia Zakrzewski travelled by car for about two-and-a-half miles before finishing third in the 2023 GB Ultras Manchester to Liverpool 50-mile race, the BBC reports.

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A musical based on Gwyneth Paltrow's high-profile court battle with an optometrist who claimed he skied into her is to be staged in London. Gwyneth Goes Skiing, featuring original music by American singer-songwriter Leland, will be performed in the Pleasance Theatre from 13–23 December.

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A lawyer who quit her job to become a full-time animal psychic has said she is now happier and earning more money. Nikki Vasconez charges $550 for an "animal communication session" in which she purports to speak with any animal, living or dead, for up to 90 minutes.

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A couple were arrested after being found making love on public property in Florida. After being arrested, Sara Fazekas, 55, told police it had been a dream of hers to have sex in public. Her partner, Robert Clarke, 60, showed no remorse, according to reports.

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A confectionery company has lost its entire $110,000 shipment of exotic Japanese KitKats, becoming the latest victim of a sophisticated 'strategic theft' scam. Danny Taing, founder of New York-based Bokksu, which specialises in offering rare Japanese snacks to American consumers, had ordered an

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France has been hauled before the ICC for crimes against sportsmanship. The International Cricket Council (ICC) is looking into allegations that the French governing body for cricket faked matches in order to secure more funding, which it denies.

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