New kind of crocodile belt?

New kind of crocodile belt?
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – A Palestinian woman wearing a strangely bulging robe was caught at the Gaza-Egypt border trying to smuggle three baby crocodiles strapped to her waist, an official said Monday.[Lees verder]

Lawmakers may ban texting while driving
PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) – New Jersey drivers who insist on sending text messages on their cell phones or personal digital assistants may find themselves on the wrong side of the law if legislators approve a new bill.[Lees verder]

Burglar makes his bed and sleeps in it
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – A Beijing worker who broke into luxury villas to steal property and get a good night’s sleep has been jailed for a year, state media reported Tuesday.[Lees verder]

No joke: comedian wrecks rare Ferrari
LOS ANGELES – Maybe Eddie Griffin should leave the driving to his chauffeur.[Lees verder]

Monster cane toad found in Australia
SYDNEY (Reuters) – A huge cane toad the size of a small dog has been captured in the Australian tropical city of Darwin, startling environmentalists who are fighting to stop the poisonous reptiles from spread across the country.[Lees verder]

Ribena maker squashed after schoolgirl expose
WELLINGTON (Reuters) – The makers of one of the world’s best known fruit cordials were fined by a New Zealand court on Tuesday after two schoolgirls exposed them for misleading consumers over vitamin C levels in their Ribena blackcurrant drink.[Lees verder]

Pay up to prove you live
BUCHAREST (Reuters) – A cashier for Romania’s state-owned railway has been asked to pay a month’s worth of wages to receive government confirmation that she is alive.[Lees verder]

New kind of crocodile belt?
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – A Palestinian woman wearing a strangely bulging robe was caught at the Gaza-Egypt border trying to smuggle three baby crocodiles strapped to her waist, an official said Monday.[Lees verder]

Lawmakers may ban texting while driving
PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) – New Jersey drivers who insist on sending text messages on their cell phones or personal digital assistants may find themselves on the wrong side of the law if legislators approve a new bill.[Lees verder]

Burglar makes his bed and sleeps in it
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – A Beijing worker who broke into luxury villas to steal property and get a good night’s sleep has been jailed for a year, state media reported Tuesday.[Lees verder]

No joke: comedian wrecks rare Ferrari
LOS ANGELES – Maybe Eddie Griffin should leave the driving to his chauffeur.[Lees verder]

Monster cane toad found in Australia
SYDNEY (Reuters) – A huge cane toad the size of a small dog has been captured in the Australian tropical city of Darwin, startling environmentalists who are fighting to stop the poisonous reptiles from spread across the country.[Lees verder]

Ribena maker squashed after schoolgirl expose
WELLINGTON (Reuters) – The makers of one of the world’s best known fruit cordials were fined by a New Zealand court on Tuesday after two schoolgirls exposed them for misleading consumers over vitamin C levels in their Ribena blackcurrant drink.[Lees verder]

Pay up to prove you live
BUCHAREST (Reuters) – A cashier for Romania’s state-owned railway has been asked to pay a month’s worth of wages to receive government confirmation that she is alive.[Lees verder]