Police excuse angry computer user for outburst

Police excuse angry computer user for outburst
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German man who startled his neighbors when he hurled his computer out of the window in the middle of the night, was let off for disturbing the peace by police who sympathized with his technical frustrations.[Lees verder]

Judge punishes dad who took son bull running
MADRID (Reuters) – A Spanish man who took his 10-year-old son bull running during the annual Pamplona festival last week has had his visitation rights to the boy taken away by a judge.[Lees verder]

Judge punished for caning sentence error
SINGAPORE (Reuters) – A Singapore judge has been punished for mistakenly sentencing a prisoner to an extra three strokes of the cane, the Singapore government said Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Nazi planes fly over village for Cruise film
BERLIN (Reuters) – Vintage World War Two aircraft bearing swastikas and other Nazi symbols flew low over the German village of Loepten near Berlin Sunday, but local residents had been warned in advance — it was for a film.[Lees verder]

Schoolgirl loses “virginity ring” battle
LONDON (Reuters) – A teen-ager whose teachers had stopped her wearing a “purity ring” at school to symbolize her commitment to virginity lost a High Court fight against the ban Monday.[Lees verder]

Police excuse angry computer user for outburst
BERLIN (Reuters) – A German man who startled his neighbors when he hurled his computer out of the window in the middle of the night, was let off for disturbing the peace by police who sympathized with his technical frustrations.[Lees verder]

Judge punishes dad who took son bull running
MADRID (Reuters) – A Spanish man who took his 10-year-old son bull running during the annual Pamplona festival last week has had his visitation rights to the boy taken away by a judge.[Lees verder]

Judge punished for caning sentence error
SINGAPORE (Reuters) – A Singapore judge has been punished for mistakenly sentencing a prisoner to an extra three strokes of the cane, the Singapore government said Tuesday.[Lees verder]

Nazi planes fly over village for Cruise film
BERLIN (Reuters) – Vintage World War Two aircraft bearing swastikas and other Nazi symbols flew low over the German village of Loepten near Berlin Sunday, but local residents had been warned in advance — it was for a film.[Lees verder]

Schoolgirl loses “virginity ring” battle
LONDON (Reuters) – A teen-ager whose teachers had stopped her wearing a “purity ring” at school to symbolize her commitment to virginity lost a High Court fight against the ban Monday.[Lees verder]

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