Duck! Here comes Super Teacher!

Duck! Here comes Super Teacher!
TOKYO (Reuters) – A Japanese teacher who threw a chair at his students was named “super teacher” by the local board of education despite having been reprimanded several times for using corporal punishment, a news agency said on Saturday.[Lees verder]

Holocaust song title has firm squirming
TORONTO (Reuters) – Canada’s biggest phone company has apologized after a punk-rock reference to the Holocaust appeared on billboard advertisements for its cellphones.[Lees verder]

“Dead” man wakes up under autopsy knife
CARACAS (Reuters) – A Venezuelan man who had been declared dead woke up in the morgue in excruciating pain after medical examiners began their autopsy.[Lees verder]

“Mr. Skin” cashes in on obsession with naked women
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Jim McBride has made it his life’s work to know how much naked female flesh appears in movies — an obsession apparently shared by millions of people.[Lees verder]

Baboon adopts chicken at zoo
VILNIUS (Reuters) – A lonely baboon in a private Lithuanian zoo has adopted a chicken he saved from certain death last month and the two have formed a fast friendship, the zoo’s director said Friday.[Lees verder]

City arms traffic cops with assault weapons
BEIJING (Reuters) – A Chinese city has taken the unusual step of arming traffic police on night shifts with assault weapons, local media reported Monday.[Lees verder]

Officials blush on mafia security snafu
BOGOTA (Reuters) – Colombian authorities were left red-faced on Friday trying to explain why they picked up the wrong prisoner in a high-security transfer of a top druglord to a ship at sea in an attempt to better protect him.[Lees verder]

Duck! Here comes Super Teacher!
TOKYO (Reuters) – A Japanese teacher who threw a chair at his students was named “super teacher” by the local board of education despite having been reprimanded several times for using corporal punishment, a news agency said on Saturday.[Lees verder]

Holocaust song title has firm squirming
TORONTO (Reuters) – Canada’s biggest phone company has apologized after a punk-rock reference to the Holocaust appeared on billboard advertisements for its cellphones.[Lees verder]

“Dead” man wakes up under autopsy knife
CARACAS (Reuters) – A Venezuelan man who had been declared dead woke up in the morgue in excruciating pain after medical examiners began their autopsy.[Lees verder]

“Mr. Skin” cashes in on obsession with naked women
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Jim McBride has made it his life’s work to know how much naked female flesh appears in movies — an obsession apparently shared by millions of people.[Lees verder]

Baboon adopts chicken at zoo
VILNIUS (Reuters) – A lonely baboon in a private Lithuanian zoo has adopted a chicken he saved from certain death last month and the two have formed a fast friendship, the zoo’s director said Friday.[Lees verder]

City arms traffic cops with assault weapons
BEIJING (Reuters) – A Chinese city has taken the unusual step of arming traffic police on night shifts with assault weapons, local media reported Monday.[Lees verder]

Officials blush on mafia security snafu
BOGOTA (Reuters) – Colombian authorities were left red-faced on Friday trying to explain why they picked up the wrong prisoner in a high-security transfer of a top druglord to a ship at sea in an attempt to better protect him.[Lees verder]