The incident happened on a Tarco Aviation flight which had left Sudan’s Khartoum International Airport and was headed to Doha.
The state-owned agency put out a statement saying lingerie at the OpenMarket electronic auction — 36 lots of women’s underwear — were put up for sale after it was confiscated from a man who was illegally selling the items on the sidewalk.
Lulu, an 8-year-old border collie, must be one of the richest dogs in the world after her 84-year-old owner named her as a beneficiary in his will.
What began as a joke that he might have swallowed the device in his sleep, ending up being true, as he had to get an emergency surgery to remove it.
The woman defended herself and said she was taking her dog, pointing to her partner, out on a walk, as allowed under the exceptions provided by Quebec’s premier.
Jake James from New South Wales said he is ready to offer paternal services in a bid to try out a “new career move to get away from trucks”.
The woman said she wasn’t upset by the mistake. Instead, she said it lightened the mood amidst the coronavirus pandemic and provided her and her coworkers with a few laughs.
The police department said they responded to a distress call made by the Security National Bank early morning, as someone had smashed the glass door of the bank just after midnight. However, he just took the sanitiser bottle and fled the scene.
Under bank rules on the exchange of damaged, mutilated and contaminated banknotes, the person was provided with the new currency totaling about 23 million won ($19,320), the Bank of Korea said in a statement.
“Now I’ve seen everything. 😂 The emus here in Yaraka are friendly, if not too friendly,” wrote James McGrath while sharing a picture of the notice.
After being given a bunch of dried cannabis leaves as a prank, a family of six landed in hospital after all of them consumed a dish made of it.
Kris Hedstrom filed the suit against her neighbor, Heather Dayner, last month seeking DNA for the goats she purchased. The feud began after a dairy association rejected application for registration.
Recently, Twitter user Rahul shared a picture of him making chocolate maggi, triggering quite a stir on the internet.
The doctor informed that the operation was successful and is in recovery, however, added that “his mental health remains a question”. The practice is inserting an object or liquid into the urethra is called Urethral sounding.
According to Monk’s post, the bug, which her daughter named “Todd”, had gotten “lodged under her eyelid” and had “crawled back along with her eyeball” while trying to escape (the tickling).
The limited-edition shoes come with an attachable fried chicken charm, which reportedly looks and smells like the iconic fried chicken.
Although she didn’t document any of her attempts to get the instrument out, viewers could hear the instrument make sounds every time the girl tried to breathe.
Once viral, the post was flooded with netizens criticising the man and calling it “animal cruelty”. “Oh my God! How can he eat a newborn mouse? Disgusting!” wrote a user, while another commented, “I can’t believe any human beings dare to eat live rats!!!!!!”
In the video, the bridegroom is dressed as a paramedic and is seen wheeling in the bride on a stretcher.
According to reports, the police came to know about the incident after tapping into a telephonic conversation between the alleged drug dealers, who were talking about the boar incident.
The audience at the theatre that was watching a concert wasn’t disturbed by the presence of the emergency services, and the performance continued uninterrupted.
The 26-year-old, to honour her dad on her special day also had his photo placed on the back of her wedding shoe, had a pendant attached to her flower and also got teddy bear made from on his jumpers.
Little did she know that what she thought was a dream would turn out to be a reality and she would actually swallow the ring in her sleep. The first seeds of doubt crept in when Evans noticed that the ring was missing.
“The curses and spells used in the books are actual curses and spells; which when read by a human being risk conjuring evil spirits into the presence of the person reading the text,” the reverend said in an email obtained by local media.
When he was found, the eight-year-old had parked the car, turned on the hazard lights and put up a warning triangle beside the vehicle.