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Crazy: Horney Hedgehogs, Kangaroo Shoes, Siesta Laws & Deep Fried Mouse

In 2007, American News, animals, australia, Crazy news, EU, europe, Germany, Hungary, Kangaroo, Law & Order, Life, News, Odd News, sex, Uncategorized, USA, World News, Worlds most on July 24, 2007 at 11:13 pm

 

Around the World on Wednesday with;

The Crazy News: Quick Quotes!

USA

“Good thing I seen it. I got it all the way up to my mouth, I felt the fur, I brought it back down and just looked at it and threw it behind my back.”

Jack Hines, a 66-year-old former laborer from rural Montana, USA on his finding of a deep-fried mouse in his bag of barbecue potato chips.

Hungary

“Do you agree that the Parliament of the Republic of Hungary should make a law about introducing the siesta?”

That’s the question 8 million Hungarians will be faced with if a referendum on whether or not there should be a national siesta law.  Vote should take place in 2008 if 200,000 signatures are collected.

USA

“Although adidas makes some shoes using kangaroo leather, a common practice in our industry, adidas does not make shoes from any endangered or threatened kangaroo species.”

Spokesperson for sports product Adidas responds after a California’s Supreme Court rules that the company could not sell shoes made from kangaroo leather in the US State.

Germany

“The pair were loudly engaged in ensuring the continuity of their species”

A German Police officer discusses the discovery of two horney hedgehogs making a disturbing amount of noise in the front garden of a house.

Hot Shot: Naked blonde stuns shoppers in Germany, as Europe heats up.

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The Crazy News: Shot of the Week

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Yeah baby, she’s got it!

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Well, well, well…What’s all this then?

German media are reporting on some very unusual activity occurring in the German town of Doemitz.

A 30-something naked blonde woman, as pictured above, was snapped on a digital camera by a stunned local as she left a petrol station convenience store wearing nothing but golden stilettos and a bracelet.

Nothing else….

And as you can see, she appears to be tattooed. Do tattoos count as clothing?

NO!

Or is she wearing some kind of body paint/body stocking? Either way, she’s looking mighty hot, on what was a mighty hot day in continental Europe.

The mystery blonde bought 6 packets of cigarettes from petrol station employee Ines Swoboda late on the sweltering Sunday afternoon and then returned to a waiting Ferrari F430, before zooming off.

“I wasn’t surprised because she’s come in naked before — she’s a very nice woman,” Swoboda said, adding none of the other customers were bothered.

Although some of the males in the store at the time were seen mysteriously despairing into the toilets afterwards, must have drunk too much beer on Saturday night…

Whatever the case, this naked blonde sure likes showing off her skin and those lovely tattoos, or whatever that is (help me out here).

Whatever the facts, it sure does look like she might have gained a hell of a lot more attention than she bargained for.

The Crazy News will keep you updated on any further naked developments…

Hot in Europe! Literally…

Meanwhile in Serbia, three tourists were arrested for cycling in the nude in a bid to beat the sweltering and deadly heat wave sweeping parts of the European continent.

Surprise, surprise one of the three nudes was a German, the other two Austrian.

All three men were fined 250 Euros each for disrupting public peace.

They must have thought the World Naked Bike Ride was on. One month too late fellas.

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75-year-old downloads movies in 2 seconds, fastest net connection in world.

In 2007, 21st century, amazing story, California, Crazy news, EU, europe, Odd News, science, Science & Technology, Sweden, technology, World News, Worlds most on July 19, 2007 at 3:02 am

 

Sweden may be ranked number one in The Economist Intelligence Units Index of Democracy (who would have guessed), but now it can lay claim to another big hand waving #1 honour.

75-year-old Swede Sigbritt Lothberg is the owner of “what is believed to be” the fastest residential internet uplink in the world.

She uses technology so fast that it can download a movie in just 2 seconds by allowing the sending of data between two routers placed up to 1,240 miles apart, without any transponders in between.

MSNBC.com reports:

 Hafsteinn Jonsson, head of the Karlstad city network unit and Lothberg’s son, Peter, worked together to install the connection.

“We wanted to show that that there are no limitations to Internet speed,” he said.

Peter Lothberg, who is a networking expert, said he wanted to demonstrate the new technology while providing a computer link for his mother.

“She’s a brand new Internet user,” Lothberg said by phone from California, where he lives. “She didn’t even have a computer before.”

His mother isn’t exactly making the most of her high-speed connection. She only uses it to read Web-based newspapers.

Så njuta av din långsam så helvete Internet tjänst förloraren!

Jail mysteries: French criminal escapes prison with chopper, while military sky dives into Colorado big house.

In 2007, Air travel, amazing story, Colorado prison skydive, crazy, Crazy news, crime, EU, europe, France, jail, Justice, Life, Odd News, paris, police, Society, stunt, transport, TV, World News on July 18, 2007 at 1:05 am

Off target

Irony, a word derived from the French language, a word that popped into my head when reading about what happened at a prison in south-east France.

A daring, and arrogant, flying escape from a very tenacious French crook.

The Australian Broadcasting Corp reports:

French criminal jailed for having organised a helicopter-assisted prison break has again escaped from a French prison using a helicopter.

Pascal Payet, 43, escaped from Grasse prison, in south-east France, after a helicopter hijacked by four masked men landed on the roof of the prison, said a source close to the investigation.

The helicopter landed some time later at Brignoles, 38 kilometres north-east of Toulon, on the Mediterranean coast.

Those French dudes sure know how to escaping prison in style.

More detail from expatica.com

Now, just a thought, could it be possibly that Pascal Payet and his gang got the idea from an unlikely source…?

This is a clip from an old Australian TV soap called Prisoner, aired from 1979-1986.

You might want to skip to about half way through, otherwise you’ll have to sit through some really horrible Australian accents the generation of Aussies up from me seems to have acquired.

As you’ll see its really lame stuff, but could this story be a case of art imitating life?

Fun times for all.

And since we’re speaking of prisons and air travel…

It’s been reported that in Colorado, USA, a squad of 25 military paratroopers mistakenly landed inside the perimeter of a state prison in the early hours of the morning.

Prison guards quickly escorted the clearly disorientated troopers off the grounds “without violence”, glad to know.

Apparently the US Air Force is keeping a lid on it, officially saying that they are unaware of any such incident.

Update: The US military finally commented today, CNN reported, but were not generous with the details.

“Those were Special Operations Command forces conducting routine training,” Army Col. Hans Bush, a spokesman for the command at MacDill Air Force Base, Florida, said Monday. He declined to identify the units that landed at Fremont Correctional Facility but said the target was Fremont County Airport.

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