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Remember those viral UFO videos you saw last year? The government would like you to forget them, please. Mathematicians have finally proved a conjecture on approximating numbers with fractions. Scientists ponder a wide variety of probing questions in pursuit of knowledge. One of those questions — can a knife made of frozen feces cut flesh?
Weird news can come from anywhere. But for some reason the weirdest news seems to come straight out of India. Not a week goes by without a news report discussing goats being arrested for vandalism, or parents scaling school walls to help their kids cheat on an exam. Tracked down here is some of the most funny news from India for you to enjoy. Weird India news is incredibly interesting because so much of it is based around man's struggle with the elements while still living in a technologically advanced society. In what other country can you have a story about the police forgetting the password to one of their crime busting emails next to news about a monkey stealing a bus?
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Creep busted for breaking into woman's home and watching her sleep September 17, pm. Tyra Jones, 27, was charged with burglary and criminal mischief
Thanks for connecting! You're almost done. Connect to your existing Cracked account if you have one or create a new Cracked username. If you spend any sort of time online, you know that weird news pops up about every 20 minutes. While there's clearly no end to absurd things happening and no shortage of people dumb enough to enact them, some stories surpass "weird" and "stupid" and land squarely in the genuinely epic category. Here are a few incidents that deserve more than a mere 15 minutes of fame -- they should get their own movies. If you live in a place that ever gets cold, you've probably only seen iguanas at a zoo or in someone's apartment during a very disastrous first date.
Becky Crandley embarrassed son Harley, 12, after reports that he was misbehaving and showed signs of a bad attitude. A judge let rip at Stuart Cook after police got wind that something was wrong. And you thought a cheeky game of Angry Birds on the loo was harmless! Police found a white substance on the floor of the lift that was not drugs. Follow Metro. People are using Fesshole to get some very dark confessions off their chest 'I poo in the shower'.