A man found a dead lizard in the coke he ordered at McDonald's in Ahmedabad. Upon complaining to the manager, he "laughed and offered a refund" of Rs 300, instead of taking any action. Also, the customer stated that the staff threatened to call the cops, if they don't leave. Reportedly, the outlet has been sealed by the food and drugs department after a complaint was lodged.
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In Karnataka's Laila village, a hen led some 10 cashew-shaped eggs. The bizarre incident left villagers stunned, and also went viral on social media platforms. When asked about the reason, the owner of the hen Prashanth said, “After three continuous days of abnormally shaped eggs, we took the hen to the vet. Apparently, there is some issue either with her shell gland or there are worms in her reproductive organs".
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A painting by Maud Lewis, a Canadian artist, was auctioned for more than ₹2 crores. The painting of a black truck was given to its owner in return for a grilled cheese sandwich. Irene Demas, a chef, bought the painting in 1973. It was given to them by London artist John Kinnear five decades ago.
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In Uttar Pradesh's Kotwali, a 12-year-old boy died due to a celebratory firing during a marriage procession, on May 14. The incident occurred in the Naisarai locality, when a cousin of the bridegroom opened fire with a country-made firearm, injuring Ayan. Reportedly, Ayan was rushed to the hospital, but died on the way. The body has been sent for post-mortem, and a case has been registered against Kamran, the accused.
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A bizarre love story of Bihar's electrician is all over the news and social media. Notably, Bihar's lover boy used to cut power in Ganeshpur village in Purnia district for quite some time to meet his girlfriend in darkness. The matter came to light after a probe, as villagers went suspicious power outage in their village only and were shocked. Furthermore, to solve the issue, the couple tied knot.
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Punjab University's Assistant professor in Department of Anthropology Dr JS Sehrawat, on May 11, said that skeletons of 282 Indian soldiers have been found during the excavation near Amritsar. Reportedly, the skeletons belong to the soldiers who participated in India's First War of Independence, in 1857. "These soldiers were revolting against the use of pork and beef greased cartridges," said professor Sehrawat.
Police have arrested a man (Firoz) who in a video, was seen spitting on bread he was preparing at a marriage function, on May 10. The incident occurred at Atrada village of Kharkhauda, in a marriage function of one Naresh's family. Reportedly, Naresh filed an FIR after watching the video. Local BJP leaders have demanded to invoke the National Security Act (NSA) against Firoz.
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A patient was carried to a doctor's residence in a stretcher, after the doctor remained absent at the District Hospital in Baikunthpur, on May 7. In incident occurred at around 1:30PM in Chhattisgarh's Koriya, when the relatives of the patient were seen carrying him using a hand kart, after the ambulance refused to take him due to alleged "lack of fuel". The doctor requested them to get the patient admitted.
A 36-inch tall man recently tied the knot with a 34-inch girl in Bihar's Patna. As the word spread, hordes of people thronged the venue of the wedding uninvited, and started clicking selfies with the newly married couple. Vindeshwari Mandal, the father of the groom, shares that it was a matter of luck that he managed to find a suitable bride for his son in that same district.
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A group of scientists at the NASA have planned to send human nudes into space, hoping to tempt aliens. This bizarre attempt comes after 150 years of unsuccessful efforts to find extraterrestrial life. The illustration of two naked human beings would be sent into space, with a binary-coded message. Scientists behind this project assert that binary is potentially universal, and hope that aliens would be able to understand it.