Thief battered in fish shop

Thief battered in fish shop
CANBERRA (Reuters) – A man who attempted to rob an Australian fish and chip shop found himself on the losing side when the angry shop owner threw fish batter and hot oil at him.[Lees verder]

Sheikh delays plane over seating
MILAN (Reuters) – A Qatar sheikh held up a British Airways flight at Milan’s Linate airport for nearly three hours after discovering three of his female relatives had been seated next to men they did not know.[Lees verder]

Hotels told to provide condoms
BEIJING (Reuters) – China has ordered all hotels, holiday resorts and public showers to provide condoms, part of nationwide efforts to fight the spread of AIDS, a newspaper said on Friday.[Lees verder]

Study finds drunk astronauts allowed to fly?
HOUSTON (Reuters) – A panel has found that astronauts were allowed to fly on at least two occasions despite warnings they were so drunk they posed a flight risk, Aviation Week reported on Thursday on its Web site.[Lees verder]

Rio police arrested for mugging U.S. cops
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) – Rio de Janeiro police arrested two fellow officers on Thursday accused of extorting money from two American tourists who happened to be San Francisco cops on vacation.[Lees verder]

“Smile” dentist seeks $25 mln over explosion
NEW YORK (Reuters) – A dentist who specializes in “smile improvements” has sued utility Consolidated Edison for $25 million for not being able to use his office since last week’s steam pipe explosion in Manhattan.[Lees verder]

Thief battered in fish shop
CANBERRA (Reuters) – A man who attempted to rob an Australian fish and chip shop found himself on the losing side when the angry shop owner threw fish batter and hot oil at him.[Lees verder]

Sheikh delays plane over seating
MILAN (Reuters) – A Qatar sheikh held up a British Airways flight at Milan’s Linate airport for nearly three hours after discovering three of his female relatives had been seated next to men they did not know.[Lees verder]

Hotels told to provide condoms
BEIJING (Reuters) – China has ordered all hotels, holiday resorts and public showers to provide condoms, part of nationwide efforts to fight the spread of AIDS, a newspaper said on Friday.[Lees verder]

Study finds drunk astronauts allowed to fly?
HOUSTON (Reuters) – A panel has found that astronauts were allowed to fly on at least two occasions despite warnings they were so drunk they posed a flight risk, Aviation Week reported on Thursday on its Web site.[Lees verder]

Rio police arrested for mugging U.S. cops
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) – Rio de Janeiro police arrested two fellow officers on Thursday accused of extorting money from two American tourists who happened to be San Francisco cops on vacation.[Lees verder]

“Smile” dentist seeks $25 mln over explosion
NEW YORK (Reuters) – A dentist who specializes in “smile improvements” has sued utility Consolidated Edison for $25 million for not being able to use his office since last week’s steam pipe explosion in Manhattan.[Lees verder]

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