Drunk deposits horse in bank for night

Drunk deposits horse in bank for night
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German man called on his bank for an unusual service when he was too tired and drunk to go home — he bedded down there for the night with his horse.[Lees verder]

Boy gets toilet seat stuck on his head
LONDON (Reuters) – British firefighters said on Wednesday they had come to a boy’s rescue after he got a toilet seat stuck on his head.[Lees verder]

Cities plagued by rodents, emergency declared
LIMA (Reuters) – The rodent population in six Peruvian regions has ballooned due to unusual weather patterns and the government declared a state of emergency on Tuesday to control the plague, including in the capital city, Lima.[Lees verder]

Mobile texts harm written language?
DUBLIN (Reuters) – The rising popularity of text messaging on mobile phones poses a threat to writing standards among Irish schoolchildren, an education commission says.[Lees verder]

Who me? Researcher creates robot double
KYOTO (Reuters) – Ever wished you could be in two places at one time? A Japanese researcher has managed it, through a robot that looks and moves exactly like him.[Lees verder]

Superman “S” stands for Serbia?
BELGRADE (Reuters) – Serb media responded on Wednesday with a sense of pride and patriotism that a new mineral had been found in Serbia closely resembling the makeup of fictional “kryptonite,” which rendered Superman helpless.[Lees verder]

Reptilian romance in the air as croc moves home
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – A rare male Malaysian crocodile has changed zoos as wildlife officials hope to spark reptilian romance by finding him a suitable partner.[Lees verder]

Drunk deposits horse in bank for night
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German man called on his bank for an unusual service when he was too tired and drunk to go home — he bedded down there for the night with his horse.[Lees verder]

Boy gets toilet seat stuck on his head
LONDON (Reuters) – British firefighters said on Wednesday they had come to a boy’s rescue after he got a toilet seat stuck on his head.[Lees verder]

Cities plagued by rodents, emergency declared
LIMA (Reuters) – The rodent population in six Peruvian regions has ballooned due to unusual weather patterns and the government declared a state of emergency on Tuesday to control the plague, including in the capital city, Lima.[Lees verder]

Mobile texts harm written language?
DUBLIN (Reuters) – The rising popularity of text messaging on mobile phones poses a threat to writing standards among Irish schoolchildren, an education commission says.[Lees verder]

Who me? Researcher creates robot double
KYOTO (Reuters) – Ever wished you could be in two places at one time? A Japanese researcher has managed it, through a robot that looks and moves exactly like him.[Lees verder]

Superman “S” stands for Serbia?
BELGRADE (Reuters) – Serb media responded on Wednesday with a sense of pride and patriotism that a new mineral had been found in Serbia closely resembling the makeup of fictional “kryptonite,” which rendered Superman helpless.[Lees verder]

Reptilian romance in the air as croc moves home
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – A rare male Malaysian crocodile has changed zoos as wildlife officials hope to spark reptilian romance by finding him a suitable partner.[Lees verder]