Blind man arrested for driving car

Blind man arrested for driving car
TALLINN (Reuters) – Police in the Baltic state of Estonia stopped a man who was driving erratically at the weekend, only to find he was blind.[Lees verder]

No more crispy duck served at toilets
BEIJING (Reuters) – Food stalls attached to Beijing’s public toilets will be removed in good time for next year’s Olympics, state media said Saturday.[Lees verder]

Chicken and rice ends thief’s toilet trauma
KOLKATA, India (Reuters) – Dozens of bananas failed to do the trick but an Indian thief has finally produced a gold necklace he had snatched and then swallowed after police fed him a hearty meal of chicken, rice and local bread.[Lees verder]

Pencil removed from woman’s head after 55 years
BERLIN (Reuters) – A 59-year-old German woman has had most of a pencil removed from inside her head after suffering nearly her whole life with the headaches and nosebleeds it caused, Bild newspaper reported Monday.[Lees verder]

Polish officer held for allowing crops at airbase
WARSAW (Reuters) – Poland’s anti-corruption police have detained an air force commander for allowing private companies to grow crops at an airbase, PAP news agency said on Sunday. He could face 10 years in prison.[Lees verder]

Fatter corpses cause hazard for mortuaries
SYDNEY (Reuters) – More than two-thirds of Australians living outside major cities are overweight or obese, and extremely obese corpses are creating a safety hazard at mortuaries, according to two studies released Sunday.[Lees verder]

Blind man arrested for driving car
TALLINN (Reuters) – Police in the Baltic state of Estonia stopped a man who was driving erratically at the weekend, only to find he was blind.[Lees verder]

No more crispy duck served at toilets
BEIJING (Reuters) – Food stalls attached to Beijing’s public toilets will be removed in good time for next year’s Olympics, state media said Saturday.[Lees verder]

Chicken and rice ends thief’s toilet trauma
KOLKATA, India (Reuters) – Dozens of bananas failed to do the trick but an Indian thief has finally produced a gold necklace he had snatched and then swallowed after police fed him a hearty meal of chicken, rice and local bread.[Lees verder]

Pencil removed from woman’s head after 55 years
BERLIN (Reuters) – A 59-year-old German woman has had most of a pencil removed from inside her head after suffering nearly her whole life with the headaches and nosebleeds it caused, Bild newspaper reported Monday.[Lees verder]

Polish officer held for allowing crops at airbase
WARSAW (Reuters) – Poland’s anti-corruption police have detained an air force commander for allowing private companies to grow crops at an airbase, PAP news agency said on Sunday. He could face 10 years in prison.[Lees verder]

Fatter corpses cause hazard for mortuaries
SYDNEY (Reuters) – More than two-thirds of Australians living outside major cities are overweight or obese, and extremely obese corpses are creating a safety hazard at mortuaries, according to two studies released Sunday.[Lees verder]