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Hundreds of visitors to Brighton Palace Pier were charged more than £2,100 (nearly €2,500) to go on rides after a major payment processing error. Payment provider Worldpay said the date of the transaction, beginning with 21 for 2021, was inadvertently processed as the transaction amount.

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The president of the Philippines has threatened to round up Filipinos who refuse to be vaccinated against Covid-19 and "inject the vaccine in [their] butt". "If you don't want to get vaccinated, I'll have you arrested and I'll inject the vaccine in your butt," President Rodrigo Duterte said on TV th

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An unexpected plague of mice has forced hundreds of prisoners and prison staff to evacuate. The population of mice in New South Wales, Australia, has boomed in the last year due to an extremely good grain harvest.

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A man has been arrested in connection with the theft of 21 tonnes of pistachios valued at more than $100,000. California man Alberto Montemayor, 34, of Montemayor Trucking, was arrested after an audit of Touchstone Pistachio Company found that 42,000 pounds of the seeds were missing.

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A widower has been ordered to return his late wife's estate after breaking a clause in her will preventing him from remarrying. The man, known only as Constantino, was taken to court in Spain by his late wife's sister in a row over an alleged affair, The Times reports.

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A pair of debauchees allegedly pelted a person with rocks after he caught the couple having sex in his garden. The unnamed resident was cutting the grass near his property in Saskatchewan, Canada when he spotted two people having sex.

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A senior prosecutor in Utah has apologised after telling an elected politician to "die and go to hell" for disturbing his nap. Utah's Assistant Attorney General Steven Wuthrich sent a tirade of abuse to Salt Lake City councillor Darin Mano after "the interruption to my tranquillity", he admitted.

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A motorist caught driving with 99 licence suspensions has been arrested. Police in the state of New York pulled over Gilbert Cantres, 55, on Tuesday morning after he made a turn without indicating.

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Nine police officers have been suspended after arresting the entire staff of a fast food restaurant which refused them free burgers. The Johnny & Jugnu restaurant in Lahore, Pakistan said all 19 workers were rounded up on Friday night and kept until Saturday, the BBC reports.

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An Austrian soldier has been convicted of glorifying Nazism after tattooing a swastika on his testicles. The 29-year-old was sentenced to 19 months in prison this week after being found guilty of glorifying Nazism and possessing illegal firearms.

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An elderly nun faces up to 40 years in prison after embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars from a Catholic school to fuel her gambling habit. Sister Mary Margaret Kreuper, 79, has pleaded guilty to embezzling over $835,000 from St James Catholic School in Torrance, California, over the course o

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A woman who impersonated her teenage daughter to sit through an entire day of school has been arrested. Casey Garcia, 30, said she infiltrated her 13-year-old daughter's middle school in Texas to make a point about school security.

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A pair of long-time feuding neighbours have returned to court over an unwanted Facebook friend request. Mary O'Neill complained that she had received a friend request from her neighbour Peter Malcouronne, even though she is subject to a restraining order banning her from contact with him.

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A judge has blasted the last two Star Wars films as "mediocre and schlocky" in an otherwise dry judgment on the labelling of cooking oil. Judge Kenneth K. Lee, sitting in the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, summed up the case as "How to Lose a Class Action Settlement in 10 Ways".

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Police have paid tribute to their "bovine unit" after wandering cows brought a car chase to a safe end. The 13-mile pursuit ended when the fleeing suspect drove onto a farm and had to brake when faced with a wall of cows.

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