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A recent drug bust saw a sheriff arrest his own daughter for alleged possession of methamphetamine. “Methamphetamine does not discriminate and neither do we,” said Florida's Franklin County Sheriff A.J. Smith in a Facebook post.

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A prosecutor has apologised after controversially proposing an annual hunting season for feral cats. Bill Hayes, a county prosecutor in Ohio, made the comments as part of his campaign to be elected as county commissioner, a prominent post in local government.

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A woman has married her cat in a bizarre bid to prevent landlords from evicting her furry friend. Deborah Hodge, a 49-year-old mother from London, organised a wedding ceremony overseen by an ordained friend to show her bond with cat India, Yahoo Life UK reports.

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A couple whose "golf-course-view" home was repeatedly struck by golf balls has won more than €4.6 million after a court ruled the neighbouring country club should have done more to protect them. As many as 651 golf balls struck the property of Erik and Athina Tenczar, who live next to the 15th

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A bride and caterer who allegedly fed a cannabis-laced dinner to her unsuspecting wedding guests have been arrested. Florida woman Danya Svoboda's wedding reception ended with her speaking to police officers after a number of guests reported feeling sick and high, CBS News reports.

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A police force has been mocked by social media users after boasting about a drug raid that failed to turn up any illegal drugs. Police in the English town of Keighley tweeted two photos of doors which were knocked in during early morning raids searching for Class A drugs, which include heroin and co

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A family's new puppy has turned into a profitable investment after digging up valuable gold coins on his first walk. Ollie, a young lagotto romagnolo, well known as truffle hunters, dug up 15 sovereign coins valued at £5,943.96 when taken for a walk near Blackpool in northern England, The Time

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An employee has been awarded $450,000 in damages after his employer organised an unwanted surprise birthday party for him. Kentucky man Kevin Berling was fired over his response to the party, which was standard for employees but which he had explicitly told managers he did not want, WKRC-TV reports.

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Modern flapjacks are sweets and not cakes, the UK's tax tribunal has ruled – with enormous tax implications for manufacturers. In a case with echoes of the famous dispute over whether Jaffa Cakes are cakes or biscuits, the First-Tier Tribunal (Tax Chamber) said flapjacks made by Glanbia are to

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A traveller was forced to part with his cane at airport security after officials discovered a blade inside it – which the man said he didn't know was there.

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A driverless car appears to stop for police then attempt to flee in a viral video released by San Francisco police. The autonomous Chevrolet Bolt EV was stopped as its headlights were off. An officer can be heard saying "there's nobody in it".

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Eight people have been arrested on suspicion of stealing an 18-metre bridge in broad daylight. Posing as government officials, the alleged thieves spent two days dismantling the 50-year-old iron bridge in a village in the eastern Indian state of Bihar, NDTV reports.

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Men could be prosecuted for failing to do an equal share of the housework under controversial proposals with surprisingly wide backing in France. The idea of introducing a criminal offence of non-sharing of domestic tasks was raised in the presidential election campaign by eco-feminist politician Sa

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Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, has filed an application to trademark the word "Archetypes" – the name of her new Spotify-exclusive podcast. Her application to the US Patent and Trademark Office could struggle given that the word, which entered the English language in the 1540s, is widel

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Four customers of Burger King have filed a class action lawsuit alleging that the fast food chain's trademark Whopper is smaller in real life than it looks in adverts. The lawsuit, filed in the southern district of Florida, alleges that the burger looks about 35 per cent bigger in adverts published

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