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A footballer who broke his contract by driving the wrong car has been ordered to sign autographs for Audi employees as punishment. Kingsley Coman, who plays for Bayern Munich and the French national team, narrowly avoided a €50,000 fine after arriving at a training session for Bayern in a McLar

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A man who dropped his wallet while robbing a bank has still not been identified because someone snatched the wallet before police arrived. Police in the US state of Colorado are appealing for the wallet to be handed in to help identify the robber, Denver7 News reports.

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A key figure in an international neo-Nazi group linked to terror plots avoided arrest when police discovered he was a 13-year-old boy. The Estonian teen, known as "Commander" to other members of Feuerkrieg Division (FKD), was tracked down in January, Time reports.

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A judge has pleaded for lawyers to get dressed and out of bed before taking part in remote court hearings. In a worrying augury for the Irish judiciary, who will pilot remote hearings later this month, lawyers in Florida have been rebuked for treating hearings as "casual phone conversations".

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A man was caught impersonating a garda after attempting to pull over undercover officers, gardaí have said. The man, who has not been arrested, had blue lights on his vehicle and signalled another car to pull over without realising it was an unmarked patrol car, the Irish Independent reports.

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A motorist who told police he was speeding because he was trying to avoid catching coronavirus has been referred to court. Surrey Police said they pulled over the man driving on the M25 at 130 miles per hour on Tuesday.

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A woman who accused her astronaut wife of committing the first-ever "space crime" has been charged with making false statements. The allegations made against US astronaut Lieutenant-Colonel Anne McClain just over a year ago raised complex legal questions around criminal jurisdiction in space.

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A man has been charged after hosting a Pink Floyd tribute concert outside his home in violation of a ban on social gatherings. John Maldjian, 54, was charged with various offences after police in Rumson, New Jersey, received a call about a group of 30 people, aged from around 40 to 50 – possib

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A man was fined for flouting pandemic restrictions after trying to walk across the Pyrénées to buy cheap cigarettes and needing to be rescued. The unnamed man was trying to travel from a southern French city to buy cigarettes in Catalonia in northern Spain, where they are cheaper.

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A law student who lost marks for wearing jeans and a casual top to an exam has won a court battle to revise her grade. The woman, who has since graduated, sat the exam as part of her master's course in public administration law at the Berlin School of Economics and Law in July 2017.

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US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has raised eyebrows after it emerged she is continuing to use the court's private gym in spite of the coronavirus pandemic. As of this week, the 87-year-old judge is still apparently meeting personal trainer Bryant Johnson twice a week for planks, push-up

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A man arrested after a high-speed car chase allegedly told officers he was teaching his dog how to drive. Officers said they found a pit bull behind the wheel of the car when it eventually came to a halt, but the dog's 51-year-old owner was steering.

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A thief raiding a parked car was foiled after the vehicle's owner used a remote key to trap him until police arrived. The owner spotted Scott Hunt, 45, rummaging through the car in the early hours of the morning from his window and locked the doors, The Times reports.

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A priest has been reassigned to a remote monastery after Russian security officials discovered a drug lab at his house. FSB officials raided the St Petersburg flat, registered in the name of 44-year-old priest Maxim Mitrofanov, as part of a corruption investigation.

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An accused who told a Scottish judge she was "a f******g old boot" has been given an extra three months' jail to cool his heels. Gary McGuiness, who was in the dock after being apprehended with a machete, made his outburst against Sheriff Frances McCartney after she denied him bail.

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