Police officer touches hearts with friendly gesture

In a heartwarming video that went viral on social media, an Uttar Pradesh police officer named Mohit shows a remarkable gesture of kindness towards a mother monkey and her young. In the 17-second clip, which was shared by the UP police on their official Twitter account, the officer can be seen cutting mangoes and offering them to the monkey. The monkey, waiting quietly wit…

Original potato trade-in: Lays turns cinema visits into healthy blockbusters

Chip manufacturer Lays pulled off a promotion stunt at an American cinema. In exchange for a potato, visitors could enter for free. Chips or fries were not allowed as a means of exchange, making it clear that chips are made from healthy potatoes. They allayed concerns about food waste by making it clear that the collected potatoes would be used again as fertilizer to grow…

Smart elephant Pang Pha surprises researchers by peeling bananas herself

Researchers from the Humboldt University of Berlin have made a remarkable discovery at the Berlin Zoo, where the Asian elephant Pang Pha has taught herself to peel bananas before eating them. Pang Pha's behavior indicates an extraordinary degree of agility, speed, and individuality, and is believed to be…

Eccentric hairdresser surprises football crowd with melon

At Stockholm's Friends Arena, 40,000 spectators watched with jaws dropping as extravagant hairdresser Frimpong performed an unexpected act during a recent match. In a striking display, Frimpong balanced a giant melon on his head, resulting in a viral sensation on social media. Source: The Scottish Sun

Orange stunt in Italy from UFC's Merab Dvalishvili

In a recently surfaced video, UFC bantamweight star Merab Dvalishvili of Georgia shows his versatility not only inside the cage but also in an Italian orange tree. The athlete, currently ranked No. 1 in the 135 lbs division following his victory over former champion Petr Yan, deftly and athletically…

Serial tomato thrower makes victims

A serial tomato thrower is killing people in the towns of Eastbourne and Hastings (UK). Using tomatoes and sometimes apples as ammunition, seven unlucky passers-by have already been hit in drive-by fruit attacks. One of the victims ended up with a broken cheekbone, proving that this 'vitamin terrorist' doesn't joke around. Source: Mirror

Avocado charged after date

A woman has criticized her date in London on social media for asking her to pay extra for an avocado during their dinner. She shared her story and associated messaging on TikTok. During their night out, they agreed to split the bill and each pay half. However, the next day the woman received a WhatsApp message from her date, asking her to transfer £7 for the extra avocado she had with the meal. He even sugges…

Municipal council spends 7,000 euros on 'potato'

The Welsh Council is in a mess. They spent almost €7,000 on a piece of art to mark the start of the Wales Coastal Path walk. The statue depicts a characteristic boulder from the area, but the locals think it is a big waste of money and are angry. They renamed the statue 'baked potato'. Source: Daily Mail

Bomb squad called for box of rotting fruit

San Rafael police evacuated people from a building along Smith Ranch Road last week to investigate a suspicious package that turned out to be 20 pounds of rotting fruit, according to The Mercury News. The package was delivered at 10 am. A foul odor resembling methane or rotten eggs raised suspicions of dangerous contents, police said. The building was evacuated, and the…

Expensive durian

During the filming of the Hong Kong-Malaysian film Lock Up, Malaysian actress Yumi Wong was fined 305 euros for eating durian in her hotel room. The hotel provided a photo of durian seeds in her trash can as evidence, ToDay Online reports. "I'm so stupid that I didn't even know you can't eat durians in a hotel... okay, I got a fine of 305 euros, this durian is so expensive..." Yumi complained on Instagram. Source: Today O…

Fries feast

After more than 30 years, the Idaho Eagles have finally won the Potato Bowl. USA Today reports that this historic victory was celebrated in style with a "fries bath." After the Eagles defeated the San Jose State Spartans 41-27, coach Creighton was showered with a huge load of fries.

Snack challenge for speeding drivers

Drivers in Marathon, Florida, are being dealt with in a special way for speeding in school zones. When a driver is caught for minor speeding violations, the police offer them the choice of an onion or a standard traffic fine. This humorous approach started over twenty years ago and is intended to create…


Yorkshire turkey farmer John Wright has come up with a unique solution to entertain his turkeys. John, who raises 1,200 turkeys at Holmes Farm, gives the turkeys extra carrots and pumpkins to keep them from getting bored, the Yorkshire Post reports. With vegetables as play material, they are now establishing the pecking order with Kalkolympics, John jokes.


Stewart Allen, better known as the Broccoli Guy, is now a well-known phenomenon at Seattle Mariners or Seahawks games. Broccoli Jim, as some affectionately call him, loves broccoli. He describes broccoli as "natural pom-poms" and sees similarities between the vegetable and his own hair.


An alleged banana robbery recently caused a stir in the Thai village of Buriram, where a neighbor boy had feasted on a bunch of bananas without asking. The owner of the 'stolen' bananas, 33-year-old Kung, demanded 100 euros in compensation. The issue was brought to light after the parents approached the media about what they saw as an absurd fine, which was eventually reduced to 80 euros, according to The T…

Pomodori tomatoes rounding the bend

The producer of Dunlop tires is working on producing a new type of rubber derived from tomatoes. Because tomato enzymes have a reinforcing effect, it is expected that this new rubber will reduce tire wear. Natural rubber is used as a raw material for tires. However, in Southeast Asia, where more than 90 percent of the primary materials are grown, there are concerns that the…

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