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    British boy finds snake in cereal packet
    LONDON, May 4 (Reuters) - A British boy tucking into his
    breakfast had a nasty surprise when he discovered a two-foot
    long snake inside his packet of cereal.
    Jordan Willett, 5, thought he had found a toy when the
    serpent -- a harmless corn snake -- slithered out of the packet
    of "Golden Puffs" his parents had bought from discount store
    Netto in Telford, central England.
    "It was quite long and popped its head up. I've seen snakes
    on TV before but never in a box of cereal," he told the Daily
    Mail newspaper.
    Netto said on Wednesday it was talking to its suppliers to
    review procedures and check on its stock.
    "This does seem to be a bizarre incident but we are treating
    it seriously," said Netto trading director Clive Cooper.
    Corn snakes, which feed on mice and birds, are commonly kept
    as pets around the world.
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    May 7, 2005 -- Carjack or "carjerk" — you be the judge.
    Two weeks ago, a man in Baltimore stole a car at gunpoint from two women. This week, one of the women called cops when she spotted the vehicle parked on a city street. After cops towed it, the carjacker reported the car stolen and soon found himself under arrest. Asked why he reported the car stolen, he explained that he had left his wallet in it.
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    What a tool! Though he would have been busted anyway cause they would have gotten his name from the wallet.
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    May 8, 2005 -- Maybe she wanted to be sure she'd spend Mother's Day with her son. A man on his way out of the hospital was struck by a car driven by his mom on Thursday, as she was on her way to pick him up. Lilian Carter, 84, was driving to the entrance of Elliot Hospital in Manchester, N.H., as her son Ron, 49, was walking out to meet her. She suddenly sped up, hit him and crashed into a concrete pillar — sending them both back into the hospital.

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    Brazilian town declares May 9 Orgasm Day, to improve married relationships

    Canadian Press May 11, 2005

    RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (AP) - Sex rarely makes the news in Brazil's conservative Northeast, until a small town declared an official Orgasm Day on Monday.

    Felipe Santolia, mayor of Esperantina, endorsed the May 9 holiday, which he said was intended to improve relationships between married couples.

    "We're celebrating orgasm in all its senses. There's even a panel discussion on premature ejaculation. But from what I've seen, women have more trouble achieving orgasm than men, especially in marriage," Santolia said by telephone from Esperantina, about 2,100 kilometres north of Rio de Janeiro.

    Santolia said the remote town of 38,000 people has been unofficially celebrating orgasm day for years, but that the town's former mayor had vetoed a bill making it an official municipal holiday.

    The city council passed a law Saturday creating the holiday. Santolia, who took office earlier this year, said he would sign the bill later Monday.

    "I'm 32, single and I have an open mind. Beside the theme is very much of the moment," he said.

    Orgasm Day celebrations include a series of panel discussions by sexologists from across Brazil and a presentation of Eve Ensler's play The Vagina Monologues.

    Santolia said the idea of celebrating Orgasm Day at first created a scandal in this poor region, known for its religious fervour. But he said residents gradually residents warmed to the idea.

    "I've seen scientific studies that show when a woman is unloved, when her husband can bring her to orgasm, it affects all aspects of her life, her relationships with her children, at home, with the city and at work," Santolia said.

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    May 15, 2005 -- Maybe weathermen really can predict the future. Thunderstorms caused flash flooding in Yakima, Wash., on Monday — which just happened to be the National Weather Service's Flood and Flash Flood Safety Awareness Day. It was also the start of the state's Severe Weather Awareness Week.
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    May 16, 2005 -- The city of Milwaukee has spent $1.8 million on its sewage plant — to catch stray condoms from washing into Lake Michigan. The drastic measure became necessary after a fisherman spotted a slick of thousands of condoms floating in the lake, all from folks who had flushed them down their toilets. Officials are keeping their fingers crossed. "If we need to take more steps, we don't know what they would be," sewage boss Bill Graffin admitted. Perhaps they should try some prophylactic measures before it's too late.
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    May 17, 2005 -- A distressed and disoriented man, taken to a psychiatric ward after he was found wandering along an English beach in a dripping-wet suit, hasn't spoken a single word in six weeks — but he sure can play the piano. "When he plays, he's totally focused . . . I recognized some John Lennon and a snippet from Tchaikovsky's 'Swan Lake,' " said Steve Spencer, chaplain of the hospital in Dartford. The plight of the 20-something mystery man is eerily similar to that of pianist David Helfgott, who suffered a nervous breakdown and whose story was made into the Oscar-winning movie "Shine."
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    Caste spat over school puddings
    PATNA, India (Reuters) - Indian officials are investigating
    reports villagers in one of the most backward states stopped a
    school giving lunch to its students because lower caste Dalits,
    or untouchables, cooked the desserts.
    Two Yadavs, a cow-herd caste just above Dalits, forced a
    government school to stop serving the federally mandated
    lunches after they found out Dalit women had been hired to make
    the rice puddings, local newspapers reported.
    District official Chaitanya Prasad told Reuters education
    authorities were looking into the incident at Pathari, 130 km
    (80 miles) from Patna, the capital of Bihar, a state where
    hundreds of people have died in caste wars over recent decades.
    Although caste discrimination is outlawed, some Indians
    regard Dalits -- more than 16 percent of the country's
    one-billion plus people -- as less than human and abuse and
    even murder are still common.
    Government schools give children lunch every day as part of
    a federal program to fight poverty and malnutrition.
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    Viagra-fueled Italian stallions seized by police
    ROME (Reuters) - Italian police have discovered a
    mob-linked race track where they say horses were pumped full of
    Viagra and other drugs to fix races.
    The illegally built and operated track, known locally as
    "Miss Charmet," is located on the outskirts of Naples city --
    home to the Camorra, the local version of the Sicilian Mafia.
    "We are able to ascertain the use of the famous (drug)
    Viagra to increase the performance of these horses," police
    commander Mario Pantano told local television.
    It was not clear how Viagra affected the horses' speed.
    The track and its horses, worth an estimated 5 million
    euros ($6.4 million), were seized by authorities investigating
    illegal doping of horses, according to local media.
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    School tells teachers to cover up with aprons
    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Women teachers at a school in the
    Indian city of Bhubaneswar have been told to wear aprons so
    that senior male students do not get distracted by their
    bodies, Indian newspapers reported Tuesday.
    "The unconscious exposure of a body by a lady teacher
    during teaching could be an object of amusement for male
    students inside the classroom," K.C. Satpathy, the principal of
    DAV Public School, was quoted in The Times of India newspaper
    as saying.
    "By wearing an apron, the quality of teaching could
    improve."
    Satpathy said the decision by the school in the eastern
    city was the result of a two-year study that showed adolescent
    boys in higher classes were "losing concentration" inside the
    classrooms of some female teachers.
    In India, many women teachers wear saris which can cover up
    as well as reveal a woman's figure, depending on how they are
    worn.
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    Court to rehear bartender's lipstick lawsuit
    SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A federal appeals court agreed on
    Friday to reconsider the case of a bartender who was fired from
    her job at a Nevada casino for refusing to wear lipstick, blush
    and other make-up.
    Alleging sex discrimination, Darlene Jespersen sued her
    employer, Harrah's Entertainment Inc., after it dismissed her
    in 2000 for refusing to comply with a policy that required
    women to wear makeup.
    In December, Jespersen's case was dismissed by a
    three-judge panel of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals,
    which said the policy was legal. Without comment, the court
    reversed the ruling on Friday and ordered the case to be
    reheard by an 11-judge panel.
    Jespersen's attorney said the case of the 20-year Harrah's
    veteran could determine the rights of women in service
    professions to choose how to present themselves.
    "What makes it discriminatory is that it requires women to
    present themselves in a particularly feminine way," said the
    attorney, Jennifer Pizer of Lambda Legal in Los Angeles.
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    Silent 'Piano Man' poses beach riddle
    LONDON (Reuters) - A smartly dressed man found wandering in
    a soaking wet suit near an English beach has baffled police and
    care workers after he refused to say a word and then gave a
    virtuoso piano performance.
    The man, wearing a formal black suit and tie, was spotted
    by police in Kent on April 8 and taken to a psychiatric unit
    where it proved impossible to identify him because he stayed
    silent.
    It was only after he was given a pen and paper that
    care-givers were given an intriguing clue to his possible
    background when he drew an intricate picture of a grand piano.
    He was taken to the hospital's chapel where he played
    classical music on the piano for hours.
    However, despite his picture being posted on the National
    Missing Persons Helpline's (NMPH) Web site, no one has come
    forward to identify him.
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    Belief in sex-mad demon tests nerves
    CHAKE CHAKE, Tanzania (Reuters) - Mohammed Juma starts to
    sweat and fidget as he recalls his rape by Popo Bawa, the most
    feared spirit-monster of the Zanzibar spice islands.
    "We believe reading the Koran is our only defense, nothing
    else," says the 41-year-old driver and father of four. "But
    Popo Bawa is real, and well prepared."
    Vacationers on the Indian Ocean islands tend to smile
    dismissively at accounts in guidebooks of the bat-like ogre
    said to prey on men, women and children. But for superstitious
    Zanzibaris a visit from the sodomizing gremlin is no joke.
    Although no one ever has seen it, belief in the monster and
    his unnatural lust is so strong that entire villages will sleep
    out of doors for protection: Popo Bawa (Swahili for Bat's Wing)
    prefers to attack behind closed doors at night.
    In huts set amid rustling groves of jackfruit and mangoes
    on Zanzibar's Pemba island, victims told Reuters in interviews
    that they detected a bad smell, became cold and went into a
    trance in the moments before they felt the creature's inhuman
    strength.
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    Banned bun-snatching ritual revived
    HONG KONG (Reuters) - A dozen people in Hong Kong scrambled
    up a steel tower covered in buns Monday, reviving a religious
    ritual banned 26 years ago when the former British colonial
    government declared it too dangerous.
    A similar tower constructed out of bamboo collapsed in
    1978, injuring over 100 climbers and onlookers, but the
    government allowed the tradition to be resurrected this year in
    a bid to lure visitors to Hong Kong's colorful islands.
    The event on Hong Kong's fishing island of Cheung Chau
    commemorates islanders who died in a bubonic plague in the 19th
    century. The sweet buns were supposed to cure all illnesses.
    The 14-meter (42 foot) tower was covered with more than
    1,000 buns for Monday's contest.
    The 12 climbers were given three minutes to collect as many
    as they could, with buns at the top earning more points than
    those lower down.


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    HONG KONG (AP) - The battle for casino supremacy in Macau has
    moved to a new frontier.
    An underwater casino hall with a capacity of 450 gaming tables
    and 3,000 slot machines will open in mid-2008, one of its
    developers Melco International Development Ltd. said in a statement
    Monday.
    The casino "will be surrounded by water and marine life," said
    Melco Group Managing Director Lawrence Ho.
    The 8 billion Hong Kong dollar (US$1.0 billion; euro815 million)
    resort will also house deluxe apartment blocks, 2,000 hotel rooms,
    a shopping mall and a 4,000-seat performance hall.
    The resort will be located on Macau's Cotai strip, which
    developers hope to fashion as Macau's answer to the Las Vegas
    Strip, the statement said.
    Macau is expected to surpass Las Vegas as the world's biggest
    gambling market in 2005, with the territory's casinos projected to
    bring in more than US$5 billion (euro4.0 billion) in gambling revenue
    as newly affluent mainland Chinese flood to Macau to gamble.

    (Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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    May 18, 2005 -- Retired Christian bookstore owner Bob Walsh got a heavenly surprise when he opened his mail — a wad of 20 $100 bills and a note reading, "This is money for the items I stole from your store many years ago. I'm very sorry." Walsh, of Oak Park., Ill., suffered a rash of Bible thefts before giving up the business in 2001. "Maybe someone who stole one of those Bibles actually read it," he said.
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    May 19, 2005 -- A worker at a Budweiser beer distributor in Denver says he was fired after being spotted drinking Coors in a bar. "They flat-out told me 'we're putting food on your table so you could put it on theirs?' " said Ross Hopkins, 41, who's suing the American Eagle Distributing Co. over the dismissal.
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    May 22, 2005 -- A plucky Indiana 3-year-old took matters into his own hands when his mom wouldn't let him play a vending-machine game that could have won him a stuffed animal. He squeezed up the machine's chute himself — and played inside for an hour. People leaving the Wal-Mart bought disposable cameras to take photos of little James — and mom Danielle Manges bought one herself. "He was playing with all the toys and hanging from the bar like a monkey," she said. Firefighters had to remove the back of the machine to free him.
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    May 23, 2005 -- The crowd toasted the newlyweds with fresh-roasted coffee — but that's to be expected when your wedding is at Starbucks. Arthur Odle and Rebecca Lightfoot said they first met at the java joint in Montgomery, Ala., and things quickly progressed. "When he proposed to me, it was at Starbucks. I didn't accept right away, but when I did, that was at Starbucks, too," Rebecca said. "I said jokingly that so much had happened here that we might as well get married here too. He laughed. I laughed, but then we thought about it."
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