A British teacher in Sudan was arrested because she allowed her primary school class to name a teddy bear "Muhammad".
In 2011, a woman
bought a "non-visible"
piece of art
Construction workers in Brazil cemented a car on a pavement after its driver refused to move it.
A Colombian woman was raised by monkeys after being kidnaped and abandoned in the jungle as a child.
was nominated for the
Nobel Peace Prize
Global warming 'solved' a land dispute
In Virginia, it is illegal to hunt on a Sunday, except for raccoons, which can be hunted until 2 AM.
Scientists can locate colonies of Penguins from space just by looking for dark ice patches of penguin poop.
A couple from Paraguay moved in together in 1933. After 80 years, 8 children and 50 grandchildren, the 103-year-old man married his 99-year-old bride.
A six-limbed octopus was found by an American family on vacation in 2013. It was only the second recorded worldwide. They ate it.
Jose Maria Velasco was elected 5 times to be the President of Ecuador and was ousted 4 times.
A tomato plant was found on a volcanic island. It had grown from the feces of a scientist that took a dump there.
David Phyall, the last resident in a block of flats due to be demolished in Bishopstoke, England, decapitated himself with a chainsaw in 2008 to highlight the injustice of being forced to move out.
RadiThor, an energy drink sold in the 1920s, claimed it provided energy and cured a host of ailments, including impotence. It was simply radium dissolved in water, slowly killing its customers.
In 2013, a New York family bought a $3 bowl at a garage sale. It turned out to be an 11th-century Chinese bowl worth $2.2 million.
Due to a technical glitch, a bank placed no limit on the amount an unemployed man from Australia could overdrawn from his account. He decided not to tell the bank and made 50 transactions over the next years to a total of US$2 million.