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Proving once again you don’t have to be smart to post on YouTube

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Police [in Norway] took up pursuit in cyberspace after a young Norwegian posted on the Internet video of his wild car driving. Following an electronic trail that he left online, police caught him and slapped him with real-life fine $1,300.

The Norwegian, identified only as a man in his early 20s, posted the video called “Driving in Norway” on Google Inc.’s popular video-sharing site YouTube. The recording showed the car’s speedometer hitting up to 150 miles – 240 kilometers – per hour on a public highway near Oslo.

November 30, 2006 Posted by | Uncategorized | Comments Off on Proving once again you don’t have to be smart to post on YouTube

How do you handcuff an emu?


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emu.jpg A German policeman had his trousers ripped off after he tried to arrest a giant emu. The emu had been pestering passers by at a park in Kaarst, western Germany.

A day later a three foot red and green parrot ripped the arm off a policemans jacket when he tried to grab it after it was spotted screeching at hikers in a forest at Wallduern in southwestern Germany.

Both birds are being held by police while they search for the owners.

November 30, 2006 Posted by | Uncategorized | Comments Off on How do you handcuff an emu?