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A man who allegedly rubbed his bare buttocks on a public water fountain has been charged with property damage. Police found an incriminating photo after arresting the 56-year-old Tokyo man in connection with a separate incident of public indecency.

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Music must be no slower than Hotel California and no faster than Radio Ga Ga, a new law in Russia's Chechnya region dictates. The Russian republic's culture ministry has declared that "all musical, vocal and choreographic works should correspond to a tempo of 80 to 116 beats per minute", The Moscow

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The mayor of a small Italian island is offering free goats to anyone who can remove them from the island. Alicudi, a tiny island off the coast of Sicily, is said to be overrun by wild goats — with around 600 goats to 100 human residents, CNN reports.

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The "black sheep" of a German brewing dynasty is suing his sisters because he was allegedly tricked out of his inheritance while hungover. Carl-Clemens Veltins, 61, claims that he is entitled to a stake in the 200-year-old Veltins brewery company in North Rhine-Westphalia, which produces one of Germ

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A group of prisoners have launched last-minute legal action in a bid to be allowed to see a total solar eclipse in the US next week. Millions of Americans will be able to see a total solar eclipse on Monday 8 April, though only a partial eclipse will be visible from Ireland and the UK.

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A new analysis of Japan's unusual naming law has concluded that everyone in the country will share the name "Sato" in around 500 years' time. Japanese law requires married couples to both adopt one of their surnames, with nearly 95 per cent of women taking their husbands' name.

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A four-figure reward is on offer for the return of a life-sized bronze stag statue stolen from a London garden. 'Henry', said to be worth up to £10,000 (around €11,600), was abducted from the front garden of interior design expert Alison Cork MBE, the Evening Standard reports.

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A wildlife rescue of a baby hedgehog turned out to be a hat bobble. The bobble was brought to the Lower Moss Nature Reserve and Wildlife Hospital by a concerned rescuer last week.

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North Korea's state broadcaster has censored an old episode of an Alan Titchmarsh gardening show, blurring his blue jeans as a supposed symbol of western imperialism. Episodes of BBC series Garden Secrets have since 2022 been regularly broadcast in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), w

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A man who learned printing skills in prison as part of a rehabilitative programme later put his skills to work counterfeiting bank notes, according to police. Bhupendra Singh Dhakat, a 35-year-old man from India's Madhya Pradesh state, was found to have nearly 100 counterfeit notes when arrested on

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A teacher sacked for rapping under the stage name "Drippin' Honey" is planning to sue her former employer. Domonique Brown, a teacher in Detroit, Michigan, was fired after a parent complained to school officials about the rap videos she uploaded online.

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A police department has begun issuing photos of suspects with Lego heads superimposed on their bodies to comply with a new privacy law. Since the start of the year, California law has prevented police from sharing photos of individuals accused of non-violent crimes, KRCR-TV reports.

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Godzilla was appointed as chief of a Tokyo police station for a day in a bid to raise awareness about road traffic law. The iconic Japanese kaiju — known as the "King of the Monsters" in America — took over the Ikebukuro police station on Monday.

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A man who trafficked sheep parts from Kyrgyzstan as part of a bizarre plot to clone "massive hybrid sheep species" is facing imprisonment. Arthur "Jack" Schubarth, 80, from the US state of Montana, last week pleaded guilty to two wildlife offences committed as part of what prosecutors describe as "a

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Police responding to a report of dangerous driving found a 103-year-old woman with an expired driving license at the wheel of an uninsured car. Giuseppina Molinari, born in 1920, was fined and taken home by police in Italy's northern Emilia Romagna region after being pulled over in the early hours o

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