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Anti-violence rally marred by violence

Maybe the anti-violence protesters had a point. Photo: Getty
Maybe the anti-violence protesters had a point. Photo: Getty

A New Jersey rally to urge the local mayor to address violence in the city has been derailed by a heated fight. Police are investigating the skirmish between an anti-violence campaigner and one of Mayor Ras Baraka’s supporters after an argument devolved into physical violence. Read more


Mad cow jumps off roof

A cow may have jumped over the moon in the nursery rhyme, but this bovine couldn’t even make it off a roof. The cow was left unharmed after crashing through the ceiling in Turkey, though it’s unclear how she managed to get up there in the first place. Read more


Putin inspires new perfume

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The celebrity fragrance trend has really gone too far. Photo: Twitter

Russian president Vladimir Putin has recently been the subject of a calendar and a book of quotes, and now a Belarussian perfumer has designed a fragrance with his name and profile. ‘Leaders Number One’ has hints of lemon, blackcurrant and fir cones, and is now for sale in Russia. Read more


Melbourne man uses penis as signature

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Hyams’ signature sparked a legal battle. Photo: Twitter

What started out as a joke directed at the Australian Electoral Commission eventually turned into an official signature, as 33-year-old Jared Hyams decided to push the boundaries. After receiving a string of complaints, the cocky Victorian soon began his five-year legal battle with state and federal government agencies. It even inspired him to study law. Read more


20 detained for producing counterfeit notes made with soy sauce

The notes were smeared with soy sauce for authenticity.
The notes were smeared with soy sauce for authenticity.

A gang of 20 people has been caught in eastern China after creating and selling counterfeit notes totalling more than 10 million yuan ($215.2m AUD). A thin film was used to coat the notes, before soaking them in soy sauce and letting them dry. Read more

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