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A mac and cheese manufacturer is being sued for $5 million over claims its "ready in three-and-a-half minutes" label is slightly inaccurate. A new lawsuit alleges that the time advertised on Velveeta's microwaveable mac and cheese doesn't account for the time needed to open the packaging or stir the

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South Africa's president has claimed that he hid at least hundreds of thousands of dollars in his sofa because it seemed "the safest place" to store it. The enormous sum of foreign currency was later stolen, and President Cyril Ramaphosa now faces impeachment over the murky circumstances of the thef

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Judges in Fiji have no sense of humour, especially those who make typos, it has been revealed. A lawyer has been found guilty of contempt of court – for pointing out a spelling mistake made by a judge.

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A student has been left stunned after receiving two boxes of Weetabix instead of the MacBook he ordered from Amazon.

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A worker who was unfairly dismissed for refusing to join his colleagues in the pub after work has won a case against his erstwhile employer. Mr T, not to be confused with he of A-Team fame, was a senior advisor at a firm in Paris.

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A woman who told immigration officials that a box she was carrying contained beer has admitted in court that it actually contained a spider monkey. Savannah Nicole Valdez, 20, was arrested in March attempting to enter the US via Texas.

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Police have claimed that 600kg of cannabis that was supposed to be produced as evidence in a trial went missing because it was eaten by rats. Cops in the city of Mathura in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh told magistrates the drugs had disappeared from two storerooms after they had been seize

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So much cocaine is being seized at a Belgian port that incinerators simply can't keep up. At least dozens of tonnes of coke are being stored in customs warehouses at the port of Antwerp because of a lack of incineration capacity, The Brussels Times reports.

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A bank robber who wrote his demand note on the back of his birth certificate is facing jail. Missouri man Michael C. Loyd, 30, pleaded guilty to one count of bank robbery in a federal court last week.

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A man who complained about his wife's insistence on treating her dogs as her children has been granted a divorce. The woman's "obsession with the dogs made it unbearable for the husband to continue in the marriage", a family court in Singapore ruled.

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A pair of "well used" Birkenstock sandals which belonged to the late Apple chief Steve Jobs have sold at auction for more than $200,000. The winning bidder paid $218,000 and has also received a digital 3D representation of the suede footwear and an NFT proving ownership on the Polygon Blockchain net

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A lost dog has been found after it walked into a police station. Rosie, who was scared by a firework on 3 November, walked into Loughborough Police Station the same day.

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A bakers' union chief was arrested after disparaging countries with high rates of bread consumption, including his own. Cihan Kolivar, chair of Turkey's Union for Bread Producers, told a Turkish TV channel that bread is "the staple food for stupid societies".

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A top official with Italy's National Association of Referees has been arrested on suspicion of involvement in international drug trafficking. Rosario D'Onofrio was the body's chief prosecutor until he and dozens of others were arrested by Italy's financial police in a major operation on Saturday.

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Auditors hired by the Vatican to tidy up its accounts claim they were fired for digging up too much dirt – and are now suing the Holy See for €9.3 million.

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