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WW2 kiss statue vandalised with '#MeToo' By Sun Online Desk | Last Updated: 20th February, 2019, 17:40

Red spray paint was used to vandalise the "Unconditional Surrender" statue in Sarasota, Florida, on Monday

WW2 kiss statue vandalised with '#MeToo'

Black snow has blanketed several towns in Siberia Black snow has blanketed several towns in Siberia

A town in the region, for deliberately painting their snow white in an effort to give the children a sense of normalcy, black snow is not normal


Google searches 'hijacked' to link Pakistan flag to toilet paper Pakistan flag tops google toilet paper searches

The results are believed to be the work of protesters acting in response to an attack in Indian-administered Kashmir that left 42 soldiers dead


Iraqi mother gives birth to septuplets naturally Iraqi mother gives birth to septuplets naturally

Her husband, Youssef Fadl, says they had not planned to expand their family and now have 10 children to look after


Australian couple grows giant cabbage as big as a man after more than nine months of care Australian couple grows giant cabbage as big as a man

Rosemary Norwood and her husband began growing the giant vegetable in April last year at their eco-tourism guesthouse in Australia


Woman arrested for hiding her mother's body under blankets for 44 days Woman arrested for hiding her mother's body

Jo-Whitney Outland, 55, of Bristol, Virginia, hid the corpse of Rosemary Outland, her 78-year-old mother, under 54 blankets in their home


Woman slits niece's throat and drinks blood Woman slits niece's throat and drinks blood

A woman who allegedly slit her six-year-old niece's throat before sucking blood from the wound has been arrested


Genius way to help end 'period poverty'! Genius way to help end 'period poverty'!

Teenage girls come up with genius way to help end 'period poverty' among poor women


London schoolgirl who joined IS wants to return home London schoolgirl who joined IS wants to return home

In an interview with the Times, Shamima Begum, now 19, talked about seeing "beheaded heads" in bins - but said that it "did not faze her"


Boy sets mother on fire for smartphone and bike Boy sets mother on fire for smartphone and bike

A 17-year-old boy locked his mother inside their house and set her a fire after she refused to buy him a new bike and an expensive cellphone


Palestinian zoo cuts lion's claws so visitors can cuddle the cats Palestinian zoo cuts lion's claws so visitors can cuddle the cats

"I am happy because I played with the lion and it did not bite me or tear my clothes," says one 12-year-old visitor


Police ask woman who threw chair from balcony to surrender

Police urge chair thrower to surrender

Her dangerous prank was caught on camera and posted online, where it has been viewed more than 700,000 times


Sick of Valentine's Day kitsch? Honour your friends instead on Galentine's Day Sick of Valentine's Day kitsch? Honour your friends instead on Galentine's Day

Galentine's Day was born in 2010 during an episode of the American sitcom "Parks & Recreation"


A shop selling pickled human body parts, flesh and animal skulls A shop selling pickled human body parts, flesh and animal skulls

The shop is filled with hundreds of weird, wonderful and slightly odd items, including pickled body parts, human flesh and stuffed animals


Woman reveals brutal bullying for her baby bump Woman reveals brutal bullying for her baby bump

A mum-of-two has told of how she was brutally bullied over the size of her bump during her pregnancy


Woman buys her own coffin to be 'prepared' Woman buys her own coffin to be 'prepared'

A woman has shared photos of herself shopping for her own coffin, even though she's not dying


Doctors find forceps inside woman’s abdomen Doctors find forceps inside woman’s abdomen

An X-ray of her abdomen revealed that a pair of artery forceps was firmly embedded in her stomach


Man arrested for stealing 70 pairs of shoes he sniffed for sexual pleasure Man steals shoes for sexual pleasure

Makoto Endo, 40, nicked the footwear in Tochigi and Saitama, eastern Japan, because he enjoyed "sniffing the smell of well-worn shoes"


Indian man to sue parents for giving birth to him Indian man to sue parents for giving birth to him

A 27-year-old Indian man plans to sue his parents for giving birth to him without his consent


Russian woman 'eaten by pigs' after collapsing Russian woman 'eaten by pigs'

A 56-year-old woman has been eaten by pigs after collapsing in their pen


Couple divorce after three minutes of marriage Couple divorce after three minutes of marriage

the groom called her stupid for falling her over. Then the woman became extremely angry and demanded the judge end their marriage immediately


Woman 'eaten alive' by pigs Woman 'eaten alive' by pigs

A woman has been “eaten alive” by hungry pigs after collapsing in their sty.


Virginity Test of Brides to Become a Crime Virginity Test of Brides to Become a Crime

Not only will it be made illegal but if practiced thereon, it would fall in the ambit of sexual abuse


Mum has ear amputated after using sunbeds Mum has ear amputated after using sunbeds

A mum is calling for a ban on sunbeds after she had to have her ear amputated when a wart turned out to be skin cancer.


Japan tsunami fears grow after sightings of rare deep-sea-dwelling oarfish Japan tsunami fears grow after sightings of rare deep-sea-dwelling oarfish

On Friday, two oarfish were discovered after being caught in fishing nets off the Toyama prefecture, bringing the total found this season to seven


52-year-old father of 3 sits for Dakhil exams 52-year-old man sits for Dakhil exams

Seeing his daughters touched by the light of education inspired Shafiqul to strive to match them, even at his advanced age


Bizarre! 'Tantrik' seeks govt permission for human sacrifice Bizarre! 'Tantrik' seeks govt permission for human sacrifice

A tantrik allegedly sent an application to the Patna authorities of India in which he sought permission for human sacrifice to please his deity


Love from outer space: This heart-shaped meteorite is going under the hammer for Valentine's Day This heart-shaped meteorite is going under the hammer for Valentine's Day

The heart-shaped meteorite penetrated the Earth's atmosphere on February 12, 1947


Newborn baby abandoned in London park Newborn baby abandoned in London park

First picture of newborn baby abandoned in London park as police appeal for mum


Australian trainer in welfare scandal charged

Australian trainer in welfare scandal charged

Mr Weir faces six charges, including three of possessing an electronic device designed to shock horses into running faster


Wurst night ever? Taste takes a holiday at German sausage hotel Wurst night ever? Taste takes a holiday at German sausage hotel

Sausages on the menu, sausage motifs on the wallpaper, sausage mobiles hanging from the ceiling -- a sausage-shaped pillow on your bed


Doctors find live maggot in woman's  face Doctors find live maggot in woman's face

A British woman who returned from her holiday with a strange lump in her forehead was found to have a live maggot living in there


Orca at SeaWorld Orlando dies suddenly Orca at SeaWorld Orlando dies suddenly

A 30-year-old orca whale has died after a brief illness at SeaWorld Orlando, the park announced on Monday


“Goooal!”: Brazil mother narrates games for visually impaired son “Goooal!”: Brazil mother narrates games for visually impaired son

"I describe details: this player is wearing short sleeves, the color of their football boots, hair color"


Trevor the Duck: Niue mourns 'world's loneliest duck' Trevor the Duck: Niue mourns 'world's loneliest duck'

Trevor was something of a local celebrity in the tiny nation of Niue for being the only bird of his kind living on the island


Australian woman bitten by snake in toilet Australian woman bitten by snake in toilet

Helen Richards, 59, received the non-venomous strike in the dark at a relative's house in Brisbane on Tuesday


'Battered Wife' fish shop to close after backlash in Australia 'Battered Wife' shop to shut after backlash

The shop in the town of Innisfail has been open since 2017


Horse named 'Australian of the Year' Horse named 'Australian of the Year'

Previous winners include Nobel prize winning scientists and Paul "Crocodile Dundee" Hogan


Tokyo metro offers free food to ease crowding Tokyo metro offers free food to ease crowding

Around 7.2 million people use Tokyo's mammoth metro system every day, with some lines suffering notorious crowding during commuting hours

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