The man who tried to pull off the crazy stunt was a dentist, who had been suspended from work for refusing to get vaccinated.
As a few church-goers confronted her, the woman was heard saying the herbs are meant as garnish for menudo, a Mexican soup. She later said the bag also contained lime and onions.
At least four inmates were reportedly secured to a wall with their hands cuffed behind them while the song played on a loop at a loud volume for hours.
The name was discovered when the student took part in a vaccination drive by the local police in Muara Enim district.
The 30-year-old urged the police to put him behind bars instead of letting him stay with his wife as “home life has become a hell”.
The incident came to light recently, when councillor for Clewer East, Karen Davis, spoke about it at the Royal Borough Of Windsor and Maidenhead’s aviation forum.
A man from Indonesia’s Java, Khoirul Anam, created waves on social media as he married his rice cooker. Photos from their wedding ceremony has netizens amused.
According to local reports when the search party members started to call out his name, the man identified as Beyhan Mutlu replied: “I am here.”
Weller’s gravestone was cleaned and placed on his grave next to where his two daughters are buried, 172 years after his death.
While most wanted the people responsible behind the stunt to come forward, others were intrigued to know the backstory.
In fact not only the ‘original’ tissue paper was put up for sale, but also replicas of it are currently being sold online in Argentina.
The organisation argued that although a nappy change may seem pretty mundane, “They are valued as important opportunities for learning and relationship building.”
Since the images began being shared around on social media, the tree has attracted a lot of local attention, according to local media reports. On social media, many dubbed the Mistrys neighbours as the pettiest neighbours ever.
A bank representative later clarified that her balance was actually a negative of a billion dollars and the number was used as a fraud prevention method.
Michael Packard, a veteran Cape Cod lobster diver was positioned off the coast of Provincetown, about 35 feet down, when he was swallowed by a humpback whale.
A man living in a neighbourhood of Kollam noticed the group planting the cannabis and taking photographs with it. He informed authorities who are now looking for the offenders.
Although the nail salon claimed that the fish were released back into the water tank and were not harmed, people on the internet were not convinced.
The TV presenter confused William ‘Bill’ Shakespeare, the first British man to get the coronavirus vaccine, with “one of the most important writers in the English language”.
Once shared online, it did not take long for the picture to be widely circulated on social media, leaving many amused by the bizarreness of the advertisement.
In 2005, he was employed by the local hospital and since then he was reportedly paid €538,000 in total over the years he skipped work, the police revealed.
According to local reports, the groom’s wedding party relied on the Google Maps to go to the event location. As they were misled to a different venue, they failed to realise seeing all wedding décor around.
Netizens were left amused with many calling it comedy of errors but were happy the mother-daughter were united again after being separated for so many years.
The man said he was owed the final paycheck worth 5 and had difficulty getting it, even turning to the Georgia Department of Labor to receive help.
YouTuber Louis Weisz showed the world it’s possible to cook a whole chicken by trapping the heat in a bag, as a meat beater kept slapping it to obtain the correct temperature.
The incident happened on a Tarco Aviation flight which had left Sudan’s Khartoum International Airport and was headed to Doha.