Social media ridiculed bride for showing creepy «infection-carrying nails» while showing off her wedding ring

September 12, 2020

As a rule, the focus of attention of members of the Facebook group That's It, I'm Ring Shaming, tasteless wedding rings — but more recently, the attention of users has been entirely focused not on one of them, but on the nails of the bride showing off the jewelry. One of the group members, who lives in the United States, shared a shot in which the newly-made bride shows off…

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Father of 2 children killed, 11 injured in «tragic and senseless» shooting in Minneapolis

September 12, 2020

As a result of the shooting in Minneapoles on Sunday, June 21, 1 person was killed and another 11 were injured. This incident was just one of several incidents involving the use of firearms recorded in the city over several hours. The shooting began shortly after midnight in Uptown, famous for its many restaurants, nightclubs and brand stores. At about 3:00, the police commented on the situation, saying that 12…

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An elderly surfer rescued two girls from the water, who were washed away by raging waves

September 12, 2020

Johnny McGee, 67, from Pasadena, TX, says he has been surfing for over half a century. Years of training made themselves felt when the man had to use all his experience — and save two young women from the raging waters. The incident took place at Surfside Beach, south of Houston. A couple of girls, aged 17 and 18, snapped a photo at the dock when they were washed away…

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Florida woman called 911 because of a broken refrigerator — and the police brought her a new one

September 12, 2020

Sometimes a 911 call for no good reason can end up with a fine or jail time for a Florida resident — but one woman from Martin County was much more fortunate. Cheryl Nanartonis found herself in an extremely uncomfortable position when her refrigerator broke down and there was no money to buy a new one. Fearing that this would spoil the food, Nanartonis dialed 911 and asked for help….

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The cyclist caught the wedding of strangers on the Brooklyn Bridge — and gave them unique photos

September 12, 2020

Love during a pandemic is not easy, not to mention how difficult it is to get married in the midst of a quarantine. Fortunately, no barriers could stop the New York couple from getting married this weekend, and a fluke also provided them with unique souvenir photos. On Sunday, Nevona Friedman was cycling on the Brooklyn Bridge when she witnessed a modest wedding ceremony: only the bride, groom, priest and…

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Daughter helped her father kill her boyfriend and hide the corpse, and then married him

September 12, 2020

The daughter, who was in an incestuous relationship with her own father, admitted that she helped him kill her boyfriend — and then illegally married her parent. Amanda McClure, 31, and her father, Larry McClure, 55, tied up 38-year-old Thomas McGuire, hit him on the head with a bottle of wine, then injected him with a double dose of crystal meth, strangled him and hid his body in a shallow…

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Florida resident convicted of rape and murder, found not guilty 37 years later

September 12, 2020

A resident of Tampa, Florida, who spent 37 years in prison for the rape and murder of a 19-year-old girl, was found not guilty thanks to DNA testing. According to prosecutor Andrew Warren, evidence previously believed to be lost confirmed that Robert Dubois, 55, was not involved in the death of Barbara Grams in 1983. Warren worked with the New York-based Innocence Project to conduct a joint investigation for 11…

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The American planted mysterious seeds «from China.» Something similar to zucchini has grown

September 12, 2020

The Arkansas resident — one of the many recipients of the mysterious seed packages allegedly sent from China — planted them in his own garden and was completely discouraged by the result. Doyle Crenshawn of Booneville admits that he planted the seeds just to «see what happens» — even before the USDA asked Americans not to do so. The man watered them once every couple of weeks and then noticed…

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In the city Park scattered chicken manure, to prevent the inhabitants to gather in groups

The authorities of the Swedish city of Lund has taken a radical decision in order not to allow the residents to gather in groups during the celebration of the annual festival — and scattered in a local Park of more than 900 pounds of chicken manure. Tens of thousands of people annually flock to Lund for a traditional festival in honor of Walpurgis night which is celebrated throughout Europe. The…

May 1, 2020
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American veteran who survived three wars, won the coronavirus

Margarita Andreich, 99, first became suspicious when her boyfriend, ed Mueller, haven’t touched your dinner. Then she noticed that the usually cheerful and full of energy ed doesn’t want to get off the couch — and realized that it was time to call the doctor. In the hospital the worst fears of the pair were confirmed. It turned out, 99-year-old Mueller of lake forest Park (Washington) sick with coronavirus. «I…

April 21, 2020
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