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Man sheds pounds on McDonald's only diet! Kevin Maginnis, a 56-year-old from Nashville, has become an internet sensation after announcing his plans to lose weight by only eating McDonald's for 100 days.
Bride dies of heart attack during wedding, family substitutes younger sister. The joyous occasion of a wedding can quickly turn into a tragic event. This is what happened in Nari village in the Indian state of Gujarat, where a bride died of a sudden heart attack on her wedding day. The family, instead of calling off the wedding, substituted the bride with her younger sister.
An angry woman allegedly attempts to run over partner for snatching her fries. An unusual dispute over fries has led to serious charges for an Australian woman. Charlotte Harrison, 42, is accused of aggravated endangering life and driving in a reckless or dangerous manner after allegedly running over her partner, Matthew Finn, with her car. The incident occurred on a busy road in Adelaide, Australia, on Sunday afternoon.
Teletubbies creepy scene haunts viewers. In 1997, the world was introduced to a group of colorful, tubby creatures with antennae on their heads called the Teletubbies. The show was designed to be entertaining and educational for young children, with a focus on basic concepts like numbers, shapes, and colors.
Mum's use of shared family cloth instead of toilet paper sparks controversy. A mother's decision to use a "family cloth" in lieu of traditional toilet paper has ignited a heated debate on social media. Ali's low-waste lifestyle revealed that her household uses a shared cloth to reduce paper waste, and while she claims it is more sustainable, many people are repulsed by the idea.
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is known for its secretive operations, and it appears that the agency has yet another secret up its sleeve: a method to make the pain disappear. Yes, the CIA has a secret method that can make pain disappear.
A new study suggests Coke and Pepsi consumption linked to increased testicle size. If you're a man who loves cola, this news may pique your interest. According to a recent study conducted by Northwest Minzu University in China, drinking Pepsi or Coca-Cola may have a positive effect on male fertility. The research suggests that the consumption of these soft drinks may promote testis development and enhance testosterone secretion.
Starbucks new olive oil-infused coffee in Italy. Starbucks, the world's largest coffee chain, has announced the launch of a new line of olive oil-infused drinks in Italy. This announcement comes despite the obstacles that Starbucks has faced in trying to expand into the Italian food and drinks market. Italy's coffee scene is famous for its independent and often family-run cafes, making it difficult for major US businesses like Starbucks to penetrate the market.
Use of cheese instead of fish by a contestant on MasterChef sparked outrage among viewers! A recent episode of MasterChef India has stirred up controversy among viewers, with some expressing outrage over the judges allowing a vegetarian contestant to use cheese instead of fish in a competition round.
Man gains Guinness Book of World Records with the longest name - all 2,310 of them. Laurence Gregory Watkins, a man from New Zealand, decided to change his name via Deed Poll on 8 March, 1990 and officially registered his mammoth label with the Department of Justice, leaving him with a whopping 2,310 first names and one family name.
Sperm Donor Collecting Machine - for the uneasy sperm donors. For many sperm donors, the process of collection can be awkward and uncomfortable. However, a solution has been developed in the form of a sperm donor collecting machine, designed to provide a more comfortable and efficient method of sperm collection. The device mimics the physical movements and sensations of sexual intercourse, reducing the anxiety and embarrassment that some donors may experience during the process.
Team GB Olympian Horrifies Fans With A Video After His 'Legs Turn To Playdough' Due To Silent Killer
Olympic athletes are some of the fittest and most capable people on the planet. However, they are not immune to illness or injury, and one recent case has brought attention to a rare but deadly skin disease that can affect anyone: cellulitis. Team GB Olympian horrifies fans with a video after his 'legs turn to playdough' due to silent killer.
A Polish mom welcomes five new additions to her family in rare quintuplet birth. A Polish mother of seven has given birth to a set of miracle quintuplets, defying the odds and leaving medical professionals amazed. The babies were born in Krakow, Poland, to a Polish mother and a British father.
This is a rare and heartwarming occurrence: "A baby born with a perfect heart-shaped birthmark on its tummy." The baby, whose name is Jorgia Welch, was born on February 22, 2022, and the photo of their birthmark has been circulating on social media, capturing the hearts of people around the world.
Hot dogs have been a staple of American cuisine for over a century, with the famous Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest taking place every 4th of July. However, a recent video posted online has sparked a new controversy surrounding the popular food. This controversial video sheds light on hot dog production process.
A man loses weight while eating pizza thrice a day during 30 day challenge. A man named Taylor Francis recently undertook a 30-day challenge where he ate pizza for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Iranian couple sentenced to 10 years for dancing in the streets. In a shocking turn of events, Iranian authorities arrested a couple for dancing in public. The couple, whose identities have not been released, was filmed dancing in a public park in the city of Tehran.
Most slugs we've seen in our garden or elsewhere are between 1/4 inch and 2 inches long. But what if the slug you find is two feet lore's the fact: A man finds an arm-size black slug on California beach.
A crocodile finds the body of a drowned child and brings it back intact to rescuers a mile from the spot where he drowned in an Indonesian river. The East Kalimantan province's Jawa Estuary is where the youngster, Muhammad Ziyad Wijaya, was last seen two days earlier.
Tragically, a young bride-to-be dies days after proposal after using wrong spoon to stir tea due to a deadly anaphylactic shock. Jess Prinsloo, 24, who had just gotten engaged, was travelling to South Africa last month with her fiance, Craig McKinnon, also 24.
You may rest easy tonight knowing that the terrifying fungus from The Last of Us that transforms people into mad zombies is truly a thing. Yes, "The Last of Us" zombie fungus Cordyceps is actually real.
Woman sues bar after she causes $9M home explosion while intoxicated. A lady is suing a pub because she claims they offered her a drink when she was inebriated, which caused her to do millions of damage.
A man was shocked after finding $7.5 million in a safe. This lucky man was so close to making all of his dreams come true until the lawyers asked for the money back. According to the report, he purchased a second-hand storage box at an auction for £390 ($478).
Many of us are afraid of ghosts. Some people believe that when our loved ones pass away, a part of them will continue to be with us even after death. Due to this ideology, you might ask: Is the ghost of a soldier spotted close to a war memorial real? Watch the raw footage below if you're not afraid of ghosts: