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Yukon bar's stolen cocktail toe returned, and with an apology

Dawson City - A mummified toe that's the key ingredient in a strange cocktail served at a hotel bar in Dawson City, Yukon was taken by a thief last weekend, creating such a stir that the contrite thief who made off with it mailed the toe back, along with an apology.

Police called after Queen Elizabeth spotted not wearing seat belt

Someone spotted Queen Elizabeth II being driven to the state opening of parliament, but they called police. The reason is because she wasn't wearing a seat belt.

Exploding whipped cream dispenser kills popular fitness blogger

Galfingue - In what can be described as a horrible accident, a fitness and lifestyle blogger from France died after a can of whipped cream exploded.

Yukon bar's signature ingredient for 'Sourtoe Cocktail' stolen

Dawson City - A bar in Canada is up-in-arms after a customer made off with the secret recipe for the establishment's signature drink. The Downtown Hotel located in Dawson City, Yukon, is known for its “Sourtoe Cocktail” but the toe used in the drink is gone.

Chilling video shows man being eaten by stray dogs in Russia

Sovetsk - An intoxicated man was walking back to his home when he was attacked and killed by a pack of stray dogs. The horrible incident was captured on video.

Instead of trees, this startup is making paper out of stone

Tokyo - Nobuyoshi Yamasaki's TMB Co. doesn't use trees to make paper. Instead, it uses limestone, which he says is almost inexhaustible.

Back to the Future Nike Air Mags Sell for World-Record $52,500

A pair of Nike Air Mag self-lacing sneakers (or 'trainers') have sold for $52,000 at auction, smashing the record for any other pair of sports shoes.

Doctors find huge spider in woman's ear after she napped outside

Hebbal - A 49-year-old woman took a nap on her veranda and she woke up with a headache. It turned out to be a large spider inside her ear.

Man hit by lightning while sitting at his desk

Rochester - A man in New York said he was sitting in his office last Monday when he was struck by lightning. He said he was happy to be alive.

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