Weird around the world

Weird world headlines around the world during the past 7 days.

 

New Jersey man, who intentionally threw up on another spectator during a Philadelphia Phillies game, pleads guilty in court. 

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Venus Williams shows off some “skin” with her self-designed lace dress at the French Open. My eyes!

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World Cup advice from Argentine doctor: Have sex, eat bbq beef and drink wine.

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Gargoyle-like creature washes ashore in northern Ontario. Possible ManBearPig?

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In time for the final Shrek movie, Donkey found not guilty after eight year trial.

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“Pope condoms” handed out by a Dutch sex shop bearing the words “I SAID NO! We say YES!”

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Ninjas come to the aid of a medical student who was attacked by three muggers in an alley in Sydney’s south-west. Shredder’s plans foiled again.

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Walmart employee stops would-be thief – then gets fired.

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This one’s more cool than weird – ESPN releases their advertising campaign for the summer’s World Cup. 33 posters were designed for each of the participating teams.

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Smoking toddler becomes internet sensation after video posted on Youtube goes viral. Parents are now under investigation by Indonesian officials after claims that their child, Ardi Rizai smokes 40 cigarettes a day.

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