First class flight with a corpse

First class flight with a corpse
LONDON (Reuters) – A passenger in first class woke up to a shock when he found himself sitting near a corpse on a British Airways flight, British newspapers reported on Monday.[Lees verder]

Cop’s Internet breasts prompt investigation
SYDNEY (Reuters) – A photograph of a young Australian policewoman’s breasts, sent to her boyfriend as a get well message on her mobile phone, has sparked an investigation after it was circulated on internal police e-mail.[Lees verder]

Thieves make off with gold block from Japan museum
TOKYO (Reuters) – Three masked men on Sunday snatched a block of gold bullion valued at roughly $1.71 million from a Japanese museum that allowed visitors to touch the 221-pound piece.[Lees verder]

“Dead” man returns home after two years
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – A man mistakenly certified as dead following a horrific motorcycle accident two years ago was reunited with his family last week after a social worker helped to identify him through thumbprints.[Lees verder]

Pinning hopes on herbal Viagra for biotech push
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Malaysia’s answer to Viagra is a traditional herb the country has picked to spearhead its push into biotechnology, but now it faces the challenge of convincing the world the remedy is both potent and safe.[Lees verder]

Crocodile, lizards stolen
SYDNEY (Reuters) – More than 50 reptiles, including a crocodile, were stolen from an Australian animal education center established to continue the work of wildlife crusader Steve Irwin.[Lees verder]

First class flight with a corpse
LONDON (Reuters) – A passenger in first class woke up to a shock when he found himself sitting near a corpse on a British Airways flight, British newspapers reported on Monday.[Lees verder]

Cop’s Internet breasts prompt investigation
SYDNEY (Reuters) – A photograph of a young Australian policewoman’s breasts, sent to her boyfriend as a get well message on her mobile phone, has sparked an investigation after it was circulated on internal police e-mail.[Lees verder]

Thieves make off with gold block from Japan museum
TOKYO (Reuters) – Three masked men on Sunday snatched a block of gold bullion valued at roughly $1.71 million from a Japanese museum that allowed visitors to touch the 221-pound piece.[Lees verder]

“Dead” man returns home after two years
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – A man mistakenly certified as dead following a horrific motorcycle accident two years ago was reunited with his family last week after a social worker helped to identify him through thumbprints.[Lees verder]

Pinning hopes on herbal Viagra for biotech push
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Malaysia’s answer to Viagra is a traditional herb the country has picked to spearhead its push into biotechnology, but now it faces the challenge of convincing the world the remedy is both potent and safe.[Lees verder]

Crocodile, lizards stolen
SYDNEY (Reuters) – More than 50 reptiles, including a crocodile, were stolen from an Australian animal education center established to continue the work of wildlife crusader Steve Irwin.[Lees verder]