Strikers have new gripe–no sex

Strikers have new gripe–no sex
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – South African workers striking over pay and benefits have a new complaint — they no longer have the energy for sex.[Lees verder]

Dead man rides on tram all night
ZAGREB (Reuters) – A Croatian man who boarded a night tram and died in his seat rode through the city for more than six hours before the driver discovered he was dead, a Croatian daily reported Monday.[Lees verder]

“Mooing” ringtones used to catch leopards
AHMEDABAD, India (Reuters) – Forest guards in western India are using cell phones with ringtones of cows mooing, goats bleating and roosters crowing to attract leopards that have wandered into human settlements, officials said on Monday.[Lees verder]

Corgi eating artist sets mashed potato target
LONDON (Reuters) – A British artist who last week ate a meal of meatballs made from a dead corgi dog in a protest against animal cruelty said Sunday his next project involved being buried in a box under a mountain of mashed potato.[Lees verder]

China celebrates boom at Shanghai luxury fair
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Fancy a diamond-encrusted cellphone for $3.5 million, or a gold-plated, musical Swiss watch costing more than $2 million?[Lees verder]

Hustler offers $1 million for sex smut on Congress
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Hustler magazine is looking for some scandalous sex in Washington again — and willing to pay for it.[Lees verder]

Museum exhibits masks for dancing, death
LA PAZ (Reuters) – Some are made with clay, others with colorful tin foil, and a few carved in wood. One includes human teeth, and two of the rarest were worn by revelers who often collapsed dead after days of dancing, drinking and sex.[Lees verder]

Strikers have new gripe–no sex
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – South African workers striking over pay and benefits have a new complaint — they no longer have the energy for sex.[Lees verder]

Dead man rides on tram all night
ZAGREB (Reuters) – A Croatian man who boarded a night tram and died in his seat rode through the city for more than six hours before the driver discovered he was dead, a Croatian daily reported Monday.[Lees verder]

“Mooing” ringtones used to catch leopards
AHMEDABAD, India (Reuters) – Forest guards in western India are using cell phones with ringtones of cows mooing, goats bleating and roosters crowing to attract leopards that have wandered into human settlements, officials said on Monday.[Lees verder]

Corgi eating artist sets mashed potato target
LONDON (Reuters) – A British artist who last week ate a meal of meatballs made from a dead corgi dog in a protest against animal cruelty said Sunday his next project involved being buried in a box under a mountain of mashed potato.[Lees verder]

China celebrates boom at Shanghai luxury fair
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Fancy a diamond-encrusted cellphone for $3.5 million, or a gold-plated, musical Swiss watch costing more than $2 million?[Lees verder]

Hustler offers $1 million for sex smut on Congress
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Hustler magazine is looking for some scandalous sex in Washington again — and willing to pay for it.[Lees verder]

Museum exhibits masks for dancing, death
LA PAZ (Reuters) – Some are made with clay, others with colorful tin foil, and a few carved in wood. One includes human teeth, and two of the rarest were worn by revelers who often collapsed dead after days of dancing, drinking and sex.[Lees verder]