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Mower, tooth in a box, fake mustache, Vishnu doll in New Jersey beach trash

The bizarre trash items plucked from New Jersey's beaches last year might be enough to cause nausea or heartburn. But don't worry, a bottle of Pepto-Bismol was among the items collected.

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3rd cliff plunge in a month

Van goes off California cliff, man walks away from wreckage

A minivan driver plunged in the vehicle off a California cliff Friday and into the ocean but managed to get out of the wreckage and walk on rocks to a rescuer who rappelled down to him, authorities said.

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Snack stealing

Cops: Man planned his Dumpster dive theft of chips and salsa

Those must have been some really good chips and salsa.

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'Crocodile Hunter' Steve Irwin to receive a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame

Eleven years after his tragic death, the man who was known to the world as "Crocodile Hunter" is slated to posthumously receive a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.

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Cooler heads prevailed

Headless dummy triggers major police operation

An apparent headless body that prompted a major police operation in southern Germany has turned out to be a dummy.

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Crazy video shows loaded semi-trailer slamming into pedestrian bridge

And POOF! It was gone.

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1 elephant dies, 4 others injured when circus truck tips over

An elephant died and four more are being treated for injuries after a circus truck accident on a major Spanish highway that provoked an outcry among animal rights defenders.

The truck overturned on Monday on the highway linking Albacete with Murcia, in the south of the country, after overtaking another long vehicle, said Albacete's Civil Guard spokesman Jose Amado.

He said the initial investigation has found that the movement of the five female elephants inside the truck could have destabilized it when the driver maneuvered to switch lanes.

The driver wasn't injured, the spokesman said, but one of the elephants died on the spot.

The four surviving elephants are being treated by veterinarians in a public facility before being moved to a clinic in coming days, Amado said. Three of them have minor cuts and one has more serious injuries to her legs.

— Associated Press


SpiceJet — yes, SpiceJet — flight attendants say they were strip-searched

If they were trying to — ahem — spice things up, this probably wasn't the way to do it.

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