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Police have seized a two-month-old lion cub after stopping a Lamborghini whose driver was snapping selfies with the animal. The 33-year-old man reportedly told officers that it was "just a cat", but he failed to persuade them and was arrested.

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A teenager who broke the speed limit on his electric scooter has been slapped with penalty points on his future driving license. A court in Cleveland, England gave the 15-year-old six penalty points "which will be added to his driver's license when he is able to have one", police said.

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A convicted fraudster escaped jail - for a while - by booking a flying lesson and asking the instructor to let him off in France. Jamie Colwell, 51, hatched the scheme to flee the UK after he and his father, Brian, were convicted of a £1 million VAT scam.

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An 87-year-old man has finished a second set of exams in his bid to become a lawyer. Ibarra Mariano, a retired Filipino police officer, is the oldest of around 8,700 people sitting the bar in the Philippines this year.

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A courthouse was forced to cancel proceedings after it turned out to be infested with bed bugs for a second time in three weeks. Lawyers, jurors and court officials were asked to leave to allow exterminators to return to the building.

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A pensioner who identifies as middle-aged has launched a legal bid to have his age changed in order to improve his prospects on dating app Tinder. Emile Ratelband, who is 69 years old but says he feels 49, had his application for a new birth date rejected by a local authority.

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An American congressman is facing an ethics investigation after his staff allegedly threatened a professor who made fun of his name. Ari Kohen, associate professor of political science at the University of Nebraska, liked a Facebook post of a Jeff Fortenberry billboard vandalised to read "Fartenberr

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A prominent Bahraini royal is facing a £35 million lawsuit for allegedly reneging on an agreement to spend time with Bollywood stars. Sheikh Hamad Isa Ali al-Khalifa is said to have drawn up a list of 26 A-listers he wanted to meet, and agreed to pay £1.15 million for each 15-minute enco

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Netflix is facing a lawsuit from The Satanic Temple over its alleged use of a copyrighted design of an evil deity. The Satanist organisation claims that the production team behind Netflix's new show, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, used a copyrighted statue of Baphomet as set dressing.

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A man who was shot by his Rottweiler has said he's long forgiven the offending dog. Harold Gilligan, 74, was left with three broken ribs, an injured lung and a broken collarbone after his dog Charlie caught the trigger of his gun with his claw.

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A copy of the novel Lady Chatterley's Lover used by the judge in the obscenity trial over the book in 1969 has sold for £56,000 at auction. An anonymous online bidder picked up the book, which was expected to fetch £15,000.

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A leading anti-extortion activist in Sicily has been arrested on suspicion of committing extortion. Salvatore Campo, president of the Sicilian Anti-Extortion Association (ASIA), has also been charged with embezzlement and fraud.

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A man named Jerry Anus has been arrested on drug possession charges for the second time in a month. Anus, 39, was pulled over after driving by a police car without dimming his front lights.

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A couple have admitted a charge of possessing stolen goods after being found sleeping in an apartment building with a stolen sex toy and packet of custard creams. Nadine Kelbie, 22, and Andrew Mason, 23, were caught with the items, which had been stolen from a flat on the floor below earlier on the

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Thousands of sheep have been shepherded through the streets of the Spanish capital in defence of farmers' rights to use an ancient shepherding route. Under an agreement struck in 1418, farmers were allowed to move their livestock along a then-countryside route in exchange for a small fee.

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