Author: Sarah Colin

Drunk Man Calls 911 Just To Chat

Drunk Man Calls 911 Just To Chat

ALLENTOWN,— A Pennsylvania man repeatedly called 911 while drunk because he was seeking conversation. According to police 51-year-old Larry Keiser first called the emergency number around 10:30 p.m. Friday because he wanted to speak with a police officer. He said there was no emergency. Over the next several hours, Keiser called five more times, leading police to show up at […]

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Same-Sex Vulture Couple Hatches Abandoned Egg

Same-Sex Vulture Couple Hatches Abandoned Egg

AMSTERDAM – The couple living in captivity in an Amsterdam zoo took turns for two months, brooding the egg until the pigeon was born in excellent health. Two male vultures that have a long-standing relationship at the Royal Artis Zoo in Amsterdam successfully bred an abandoned egg of a bird of the same species, reports Canada’s CBC. The birds took […]

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South African Big Game Hunter Dies, Crushed To Death By Elephant

South African Big Game Hunter Dies, Crushed To Death By Elephant

Theunis Botha (51), hunter and safaris organizer, dies after being crushed by the elephant that one of his clients had just killed South African (SNC) – Theunis Botha, a figure known in the world of hunters and African safaris, died last Friday in Zimbabwe during an elephant hunt. Theunis Botha, 51, was hunting with a group in Gwai, Zimbabwe, when […]

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Mount Everest Climbers Die, A Dozen More Rescued

Mount Everest Climbers Die, A Dozen More Rescued

KATHMANDU, Nepal – Four mountaineers – an American, a Slovak, an Australian and an Indian – perished while trying to climb Everest on one of the most dramatic weekends since the 2015 avalanche that killed 18 people. A dozen other climbers had to be rescued in the past three days due to difficulties on the “Roof of the World”, the […]

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Bangladesh Police Arrests 27 Gay Men

Bangladesh Police Arrests 27 Gay Men

According to media reports, in Bangladesh 27 men have been arrested for being gay, a crime punishable by life imprisonment. The men, mostly students aged 20 to 30, had traveled across the country to hold a party at a community centre in Keraniganj, outside the country’s capital of Dhaka. The arrests were made by the Rapid Action Battalion, an elite […]

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Maltese puppy used to clean supercar in London

Maltese puppy used to clean supercar in London

A man on Instagram has been accused of animal cruelty after he was filmed using a Maltese puppy to polish a Maserati. As reports by the Independent, The video uploaded to the Rich Kids of London Instagram account shows an unidentified man holding a tiny, white Maltese puppy and using its back to polish a Maserati MC12 car. The caption […]

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Starbucks Tests Coffee Ice Cubes

Starbucks Tests Coffee Ice Cubes

Starbucks coffee ice cubes NEW YORK (EON)- = Like ice? Like coffee? Well do we have an idea for you! Monday, Starbucks introduced coffee ice cubes (yes, ice cubes made of coffee) in 100 stores in St. Louis and Baltimore, Starbucks spokesperson Holly Shafer told USA TODAY. The release is part of a limited-time test, running up to 8 weeks, […]

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Alex Jones Issues Apology To Yogurt Company

Alex Jones Issues Apology To Yogurt Company

Infowars host Alex Jones was forced to publicly apologize to yogurt company Chobani on Wednesday after the right-wing radio host was sued for defamation. According the Huff Post, last month, the company filed a suit against Jones and his website, Infowars, for posting a fake news story that linked the company and its CEO, Hamdi Ulukaya, to a 2014 sexual […]

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Bee Swarm In London Has Twitter Buzzing

Bee Swarm In London Has Twitter Buzzing

LONDON (EON) — Social media in London is buzzing about an apparent swarm of bees that has descended on one part of the city. Videos posted online Tuesday show people ducking as the insects descend on Greenwich in southeast London. It’s not clear what the bugs were or why they appeared in unusual numbers. Some say they’re bees, but others […]

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Millennials Can’t Afford A House Because Of Avocado Toast

TORONTO (EON) – Millennials would be more likely to afford a house if they stopped eating avocado toast, according to an Australian millionaire. Real estate mogul Tim Gurner told the Australian 60 Minutes. “When I was trying to buy my first home, I wasn’t buying smashed avocado for $19 and four coffees at $4 each,” he said. “We’re at a […]

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