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'Thief' who swallowed necklace fed loads of bananas

A doctor has said that the method used to encourage the items' expulsion was 'very primitive'. • An alleged thief who swallowed a gold necklace has passed the item out of his rear end after being fed 60 bananas. Anil Yadav was caught by police after snatching a necklace, worth 63,000 rupees (£648), from a woman who was walking in Mu

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Men arrested after botched attempt to flush stash

Men arrested after botched attempt to flush stash

Hopes of evading arrest go down the drain for a group of London men after officers witness the state of their lavatory. • A group of men have been arrested after the discovery of a botched attempt to flush a load of cannabis down the toilet. The Metropolitan Police have released an image of the mess that was left (above) at the Newh

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Mr X jailed for dodging speeding fine

Mr X jailed for dodging speeding fine

Ashley X will spend nine months in the slammer for perverting the course of justice. • A man who changed his name to "Mr X" via deed poll has been jailed after trying to evade a speeding fine for more than five years. Mr X's lengthy battle took him to six different courts across the South East to avoid paying the £

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Deja vu over second dog pond rescue

Deja vu over second dog pond rescue

Lexi the terrier just does not understand that she is really bad at swimming. • An officer who rescued a dog from a boating lake got a familiar feeling when he did exactly the same thing again 18 months later. On a warm afternoon in Wolverhampton's West Park, the water seemed too tempting for terrier Lexi, and she decided to have ano

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Police accidently get neighbourhood high

Police accidently get neighbourhood high

Officers in Jakarta forgot to tell residents they were setting fire to a huge pile of marijuana. • Police in Indonesia accidently got residents high when they set fire to a three-tonne pile of marijuana. According to the Jakarta Post, Palmerha Police set fire to the cannabis outside their office, creating a cloud of smoke which dispersed

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