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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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A group of police officers who allegedly accepted a large bribe in lieu of seizing cannabis and cash from a suspected drug dealer have been arrested after he subsequently reported them. The five junior officers and one senior officer from a Trinidad and Tobago police department were detained for que

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America's leading civil liberties group has launched a free speech lawsuit against restrictions on personalised licence plates after a man was refused a plate promoting his cannabis business. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of South Dakota said the state "stifled" the free speech of Lyndon

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Four men have been charged in connection with the theft of a solid gold toilet worth £5 million more than four years ago. The fully-functioning 18-carat toilet, named America, was stolen from Blenheim Palace in England days after it was installed as an art piece.

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Police have penalised a teenager for driving a "Booty Patrol" vehicle that looked too similar to a real law enforcement vehicle. Gabriel Luviano, 18, was pulled over in Florida while driving the truck, which says "Booty Patrol" along the side and back and "National Booty Behaviour Protection" on the

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A life prisoner is seeking more than £50,000 in damages after prison guards allegedly stole pornographic magazines from his mail. The man, 57-year-old John Alexander, is serving a life sentence in Michigan's Kinross Correctional Facility for second-degree fleeing from police.

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A man who changed his surname as a joke has been refused a British passport until he changes it back. Kenny Fu-Kennard, previously known as Kenny Kennard, was refused a passport by the Home Office on three occasions this year, the Daily Mirror reports.

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A fashion worker is suing Stella McCartney’s label for £100,000 after she allegedly suffered a severe ankle injury during a photoshoot. Chloe Mickelborough, 31, claims the incident took place at McCartney’s Milan base in 2018, resulting in a broken heel and long-term pain. Mickelbo

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Police are on the look-out for a large quantity of bull semen stolen from a Co Tyrone farm. Two artificial insemination tanks with a "significant value" were taken from the farm near Clogher the weekend before last.

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A company which tried to pay a roughly £20,000 settlement in coins weighing nearly three tonnes has been rebuked by a judge. The Colorado-based company delivered a custom-made metal box containing coins worth $23,500 (around £20,000) to the offices of a law firm representing a subcontrac

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Humans have as much a right as wild animals to urinate in the sea, a German judge has ruled. In an unusually poetic judgment, a district judge in the northern German city of Lübeck overturned a €60 fine imposed on a man who relieved himself on the beach late at night during a sailing festi

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A London winery is facing legal action from one of France's best-known champagne houses over its use of the name "Crystal". Renegade Urban Winery sells Crystal — named for customer Crystal Lai, who is also pictured on the bottle — on its website for £27 a pop.

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