German mistakes subway for underground car park

German mistakes subway for underground car park
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German mistook a subway entrance for an underground car park and her vehicle got stuck on the stairs, police said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Israeli fails to launder stolen washing machine
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – An Israeli was charged with burglary after laundry left in a washing machine he was trying to sell showed it had been stolen.[Lees verder]

Former soldier disabled by snake diet
SEOUL (Reuters) – A Seoul court has said a former South Korean soldier who fell ill after eating raw snakes during survival training is entitled to special benefits.[Lees verder]

Light-fingered thieves nab 80kg gold tub
TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese police are scratching their heads over how a gold bathtub worth 120 million yen ($988,100) and weighing some 80 kg was stolen from a hotel near Tokyo.[Lees verder]

Pakistani pop star told to cut girl’s name from song
LAHORE, Pakistan (Reuters) – Pakistan’s Supreme Court has ordered a pop singer to change his lyrics after a college girl complained that male students teased her by singing the song when she passed by, a court official said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]

German mistakes subway for underground car park
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German mistook a subway entrance for an underground car park and her vehicle got stuck on the stairs, police said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Israeli fails to launder stolen washing machine
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – An Israeli was charged with burglary after laundry left in a washing machine he was trying to sell showed it had been stolen.[Lees verder]

Former soldier disabled by snake diet
SEOUL (Reuters) – A Seoul court has said a former South Korean soldier who fell ill after eating raw snakes during survival training is entitled to special benefits.[Lees verder]

Light-fingered thieves nab 80kg gold tub
TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese police are scratching their heads over how a gold bathtub worth 120 million yen ($988,100) and weighing some 80 kg was stolen from a hotel near Tokyo.[Lees verder]

Pakistani pop star told to cut girl’s name from song
LAHORE, Pakistan (Reuters) – Pakistan’s Supreme Court has ordered a pop singer to change his lyrics after a college girl complained that male students teased her by singing the song when she passed by, a court official said on Tuesday.[Lees verder]