Fakir manages to eat just one single potato crisp in whole bag

New Delhi (dpo) - No one has ever accomplished this before: today, live on camera, Indian fakir Haripal Viswansani managed to eat just one single crisp out of a freshly opened bag! Afterwards, he sat in silence for several hours without reaching for more crisps.
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200 storeys: World’s first skyscraper yacht completed in Dubai

Dubai (dpo) - Could this city be any gaudier?! Today, the world’s first skyscraper yacht embarked on its maiden voyage in Dubai. The Burj Khalifa building at a height of 830 m (2723 ft) served as an example for the megaproject, which was commissioned by well-known hotel owner and entrepreneur Emad al-Shareif.
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46 Things you should never say after sex

For some, it is the most wonderful hobby you could ask for and for others it is the highlight of their year: sex. But what should you say once it is over and you are lying next to each other more or less satisfied? Well, how are we to know? The only thing we are sure of are the 46 things you should never ever say after sex:
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Doctors find fully preserved skeleton inside man’s body

Meppen, Germany (dpo) - What a chilling discovery! During a routine examination, doctors at the Ludmillenstift hospital in Meppen discovered a fully preserved skeleton in the body of a 45-year-old roofer. Now police are trying to work out where the bones came from. So far, even violent crime has not been ruled out.
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Ankle scarves grow in popularity among young people looking to stay warm

Berlin (dpo) - Exposed ankles are still all the rage, especially among young people, in a fashion known as flanking (flashing ankle). Because temperatures are low though, we can see more and more ankle-scarf wearers – the latest trend to keep cosy.
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Disgusting: Farmer spreads animal faeces on his fields

Erding, Germany (dpo) - It's enough to make your stomach turn! Members of a consumer protection association caught farmer Franz-Josef K. (53) right in the act of spreading liquid animal faeces onto his fields by the gallon. Farmer K.’s fields are mostly planted with potatoes and wheat, which were actually intended for human consumption.
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Hospital moves to perform all surgical procedures at night in a bid to save anaesthetics

Berlin (dpo) - Could this concept catch on? The Pantaleon Clinic in Berlin recently became the first hospital in Germany to announce that surgery will now only be performed between the hours of 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. Since patients are usually asleep during these hours, there is no need for general anaesthetics, which are costly sedatives.
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