Sporting Uruguay thieves wait on customers

Sporting Uruguay thieves wait on customers
MONTEVIDEO (Reuters) – Three thieves robbing a sporting goods store in Uruguay spent half an hour waiting on customers before making their getaway with merchandise and the money from the till, police said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Woman fired for talking back to her boss
BEIJING (Reuters) – A Chinese woman is suing her former employer after falling victim to the company policy of firing staff who contradict their boss three times, local media reported on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Postman who held back mail faces dismissal
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – A Belgian postman who lightened his mailbag by holding back thousands of letters and packages at home for up to five years now faces dismissal.[Lees verder]

Leech invasion makes residents see red
TOKYO (Reuters) – Long confined to the mountains, Japanese leeches are invading residential areas, causing swelling, itching and general discomfort with their blood-thirsty ways.[Lees verder]

China moves to stifle sexually explicit TV
BEIJING (Reuters) – China has banned sexually explicit television shows, such as those featuring sex toys and contraceptives, as it tries to clean up its airwaves and imbue socialist values.[Lees verder]

Christian Louboutin leads shoes not made for walking
NEW YORK (Reuters) – When it comes to women’s shoes made for style rather than walking, Christian Louboutin footwear with their distinctive red soles lead the pack, according to a survey of wealthy American consumers.[Lees verder]

Sporting Uruguay thieves wait on customers
MONTEVIDEO (Reuters) – Three thieves robbing a sporting goods store in Uruguay spent half an hour waiting on customers before making their getaway with merchandise and the money from the till, police said on Wednesday.[Lees verder]

Woman fired for talking back to her boss
BEIJING (Reuters) – A Chinese woman is suing her former employer after falling victim to the company policy of firing staff who contradict their boss three times, local media reported on Thursday.[Lees verder]

Postman who held back mail faces dismissal
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – A Belgian postman who lightened his mailbag by holding back thousands of letters and packages at home for up to five years now faces dismissal.[Lees verder]

Leech invasion makes residents see red
TOKYO (Reuters) – Long confined to the mountains, Japanese leeches are invading residential areas, causing swelling, itching and general discomfort with their blood-thirsty ways.[Lees verder]

China moves to stifle sexually explicit TV
BEIJING (Reuters) – China has banned sexually explicit television shows, such as those featuring sex toys and contraceptives, as it tries to clean up its airwaves and imbue socialist values.[Lees verder]

Christian Louboutin leads shoes not made for walking
NEW YORK (Reuters) – When it comes to women’s shoes made for style rather than walking, Christian Louboutin footwear with their distinctive red soles lead the pack, according to a survey of wealthy American consumers.[Lees verder]

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