Police red-faced as Porsche stolen-twice

Police red-faced as Porsche stolen-twice
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Malaysian police were left red-faced after a man who abandoned the theft of a $280,000 Porsche for lack of fuel attempted the crime a second time and drove the sportscar out of a police station, local media said.[Lees verder]

Javelins kept away from track for senior citizen event
MILAN (Reuters) – Italian officials said Tuesday that javelin throwing would be kept away from the track during the Masters athletics world championships in September, which will include competitors up to 90 years old.[Lees verder]

TV gangster on anti-smoking lobby’s hitlist
BEIJING (Reuters) – A Chinese television actor, who forced himself to take up smoking to give his Shanghai gangster a more “convincing personality,” has sparked a blaze of criticism for smoking too much on screen, state media said Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Claws out in Florida Keys over Hemingway cats
KEY WEST, Florida (Reuters) – A game of cat and mouse is under way between the U.S. government and Florida’s Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum over the fate of dozens of felines roaming the former home of the Nobel Prize-winning author.[Lees verder]

Police red-faced as Porsche stolen-twice
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Malaysian police were left red-faced after a man who abandoned the theft of a $280,000 Porsche for lack of fuel attempted the crime a second time and drove the sportscar out of a police station, local media said.[Lees verder]

Javelins kept away from track for senior citizen event
MILAN (Reuters) – Italian officials said Tuesday that javelin throwing would be kept away from the track during the Masters athletics world championships in September, which will include competitors up to 90 years old.[Lees verder]

TV gangster on anti-smoking lobby’s hitlist
BEIJING (Reuters) – A Chinese television actor, who forced himself to take up smoking to give his Shanghai gangster a more “convincing personality,” has sparked a blaze of criticism for smoking too much on screen, state media said Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Claws out in Florida Keys over Hemingway cats
KEY WEST, Florida (Reuters) – A game of cat and mouse is under way between the U.S. government and Florida’s Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum over the fate of dozens of felines roaming the former home of the Nobel Prize-winning author.[Lees verder]

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