27 Mar 2010
In Belgium, a 70 year old woman who fell off her bike got an invoice of 250 € because her blood had spoiled the street and the firemen had to clean it.
In Germany a young couple who ran out of petrol and didn't have money for a taxi, called the police pretending they were carjacked, and were driven home by the police. Unfortunately for them it was discovered later on.
In the USA a truck driver pushed a wheelchair miles over the highway until the police stopped him. He hadn't realized that a man in a wheelchair whom he had touched at a petrol station was attached to the motor grid of his truck. The man took it easy he only complained that his soda had spilled over him.
In China A married Chinese businessman who could no longer afford five mistresses held a competition to decide which one to keep.But the contest took a fatal turn when one of the women, eliminated for her looks, drove the man and the four other competitors off a cliff, Chinese media reported.
Feminists around the world have reacted with horror to a new line of lingerie that comes equipped with a GPS tracking system.The lingerie combination set consists of lace bodice, bikini bottom and faux pearl collar, with the GPS device nestled in the see-through part of the bodice next to the waist. Lingerie maker Lucia Lorio of Brazil says her design targets the ‘modern, techno-savvy woman’.(suggestion for a Christmas gift)
The 54th edition of the Guinness World Records book has been released. In the 2009 version we can find a few interesting world records such as:
The World’s Oldest Bridesmaid (105 years old)
The Most Expensive Ice-cream Sundae (£12,000)
The World’s Longest Dog, with a nose to tail length of 2m 32cm (7.61 feet)
Oldest living person (114 years and 115 days – Edna Parker, US)
Largest underwater press conference (61 journalists)
Worlds fastest talker (655 words per minute) I think I should apply too