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Two thieves who photographed themselves after stealing more than £3,000 from gambling machines have been sentenced at Bradford Crown Court. Benjamin Robinson, 30 and Daniel Hutchinson, 24, took selfies and posted them to Facebook after making off with their loot.

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https://youtu.be/dDjvprkpq5A A group of children helped police investigators make an arrest by forming a human arrow that led a helicopter in the right direction.

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A man in France will spend three months in jail after sending an emoji to his ex-girlfriend. A local judge ruled that a message from 22-year-old Bilal Azougagh, which contained only a cartoon icon representing a gun (see right), could be interpreted as a death threat.

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Football legend Pelé is suing tech giant Samsung for $30 million after claiming it deliberately used his lookalike in a newspaper ad. Pelé IP Ownership LLC, which owns his exclusive trademark and publicity rights, has filed a lawsuit with a federal court in Chicago.

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An "idiot" who hijacked a plane in an apparent bid to contact his ex-wife posed for a photo with a brave Aberdeen man before his dramatic arrest yesterday. The world watched as EgyptAir flight MS181 landed in Cyprus after being hijacked by a man said to be wearing an explosive belt.

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A controversial artist from England has announced her marriage to an "impressive stone" she discovered on "a hill facing the sea". Tracey Emin, 52, told Post magazine: "The whole thing with the stone is - it's a big f****ing stone, right. It's in my garden, it's very nice and very impressive and I l

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A neo-Nazi politician who participated in anti-refugee marches and handed out racist propaganda received first aid from Syrian asylum seekers after crashing his car, German media reports. Stefan Jagsch, 30, was hospitalised last week after losing control of his vehicle and hitting a tree near Büdin

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The president of Tajikistan has proposed declaring 22 March a public holiday in recognition of wrestlers. President Emomali Rahmon proposed the holiday as a national wrestling competition gets underway in capital Dushanbe today.

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A man accused of stealing CCTV cameras was arrested after he was caught on video, police in Louisville, Kentucky have said. Thomas Stillwell, 35, was arrested after he was recorded ripping security cameras from a laundromat's ceiling.

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A former MP in Romania has been jailed for two years after he was found guilty of bribing voters with pieces of grilled chicken. Florin Popescu was tried for corruption after it emerged he had asked a local investor to send him around 60 tonnes of chicken.

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Police in New Zealand have been forced to order larger handcuffs to accommodate "plus-sized clients". Sergeant Graham Gubb of Response and Operations at Police National Headquarters told Ten One police magazine: “Who on the frontline can’t tell a story about trying to arrest somebody who just wo

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An appeal court in the US overturned a man's conviction for prostitution and drug trafficking offences because his attorney was asleep for most of the trial. Nicholas Ragin, who was sentenced to 30 years in prison in 2006, accused his court-appointed attorney Nikita V. Mackey of ineffective counsel.

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Lawyers for 50 Cent have told the judge in his bankruptcy case that the rapper is only pretending to be rich in order to be a better role model for his disadvantaged fans. The celebrity, born Curtis Jackson, has debt upwards of $28 million and landed in hot water after the court recently saw recent

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A man in Lincolnshire, England who was arrested for a minor offence posted a rave review of his stay at a local police station after managing to sneak an iPad into his jail cell. Commenting on Facebook alongside a series of pictures he took inside the "on suite" cell, Christian Willoughby said he'd

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Police in Portland have busted a 25-year-old man who allegedly tried to sell stolen LEGO to undercover investigators. Pavel Illich Kuzik, whose alleged dabbling in the black market for plastic bricks has been under investigation since February, was arrested last week.

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