And Finally

166-180 of 2130 Articles
Clock icon 1 minute

Four men have been charged in connection with the theft of a solid gold toilet worth £5 million more than four years ago. The fully-functioning 18-carat toilet, named America, was stolen from Blenheim Palace in England days after it was installed as an art piece.

Clock icon 1 minute

Police have penalised a teenager for driving a "Booty Patrol" vehicle that looked too similar to a real law enforcement vehicle. Gabriel Luviano, 18, was pulled over in Florida while driving the truck, which says "Booty Patrol" along the side and back and "National Booty Behaviour Protection" on the

Clock icon 1 minute

A life prisoner is seeking more than £50,000 in damages after prison guards allegedly stole pornographic magazines from his mail. The man, 57-year-old John Alexander, is serving a life sentence in Michigan's Kinross Correctional Facility for second-degree fleeing from police.

Clock icon 1 minute

A man who changed his surname as a joke has been refused a British passport until he changes it back. Kenny Fu-Kennard, previously known as Kenny Kennard, was refused a passport by the Home Office on three occasions this year, the Daily Mirror reports.

Clock icon 1 minute

A fashion worker is suing Stella McCartney’s label for £100,000 after she allegedly suffered a severe ankle injury during a photoshoot. Chloe Mickelborough, 31, claims the incident took place at McCartney’s Milan base in 2018, resulting in a broken heel and long-term pain. Mickelbo

Clock icon 1 minute

Police are on the look-out for a large quantity of bull semen stolen from a Co Tyrone farm. Two artificial insemination tanks with a "significant value" were taken from the farm near Clogher the weekend before last.

Clock icon 1 minute

A company which tried to pay a roughly £20,000 settlement in coins weighing nearly three tonnes has been rebuked by a judge. The Colorado-based company delivered a custom-made metal box containing coins worth $23,500 (around £20,000) to the offices of a law firm representing a subcontrac

Clock icon 1 minute

Humans have as much a right as wild animals to urinate in the sea, a German judge has ruled. In an unusually poetic judgment, a district judge in the northern German city of Lübeck overturned a €60 fine imposed on a man who relieved himself on the beach late at night during a sailing festi

Clock icon 1 minute

A London winery is facing legal action from one of France's best-known champagne houses over its use of the name "Crystal". Renegade Urban Winery sells Crystal — named for customer Crystal Lai, who is also pictured on the bottle — on its website for £27 a pop.

Clock icon 1 minute

Authorities have been urged to crack down on so-called "siren kings" who fit out their cars with dozens of gigantic speakers and compete to see who can play music the loudest. Residents of Porirua, New Zealand have petitioned their local government to intervene and stop the "siren battles" taking pl

Clock icon 1 minute

Residents of Russian villages with embarrassing names that mean the likes of slut, boozy and farty are to be granted a reprieve. New legislation proposed in Russia's State Duma would allow local authorities to unilaterally change the names of settlements that are "degrading to the dignity of residen

Clock icon 1 minute

A court worker has been arrested after trying to approach Donald Trump in a show of support during his civil fraud trial in New York. The woman, who has not been named, has been suspended from her job as well as being charged with contempt of court and disrupting a court proceeding, CNN reports.

Clock icon 1 minute

A '90s rap star convicted of illegally funnelling foreign money to Barack Obama's election campaign and acting as a Chinese agent is seeing a retrial on the basis that his defence lawyer allegedly relied on AI to write his closing statement. Pras, best known as one of the Fugees, was found guilty la

Clock icon 1 minute

Police are looking for thieves who stole 35 portable toilets from a racetrack. The cubicles, some of which had not been emptied, were taken from Ludlow Autograss Club in Pencombe, Herefordshire on Sunday.

Clock icon 1 minute

A fake lawyer who is said to have secured victory in over two dozen cases despite having no legal qualifications has attracted a fan following. The fraudster allegedly stole the identity of Kenyan lawyer Brian Mwenda and appeared in 26 cases before Kenya's Court of Appeal, High Court and magistrates

166-180 of 2130 Articles
Intership icon

Latest Jobs