11 Ridiculous Headlines That, Weirdly, Are Real

The law is sometimes frustratingly ambiguous -- for example, it technically lets you pay off a debt by dumping a ton of dirty coins in front of someone’s home. Which especially sucks if, say, that’s your old boss paying the last of your wages. Anyway, here are all the details on that story and 10 others,:

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2021's Cadbury Bunny could be a frog. Betty, a 1-year-old Australian White's Treefrog, is a top 10 finalist for the title (which entails a commercial shoot for Cadbury and a $5,000 prize). CRACKED.COM

Source: Fox35Orlando

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Pollution is making human penises smaller. 1alne Phthalates, chemicals used in plastic production, are screwing up fetuses' endocrine systemsc. and one of the results is that babies are being born with smaller penises. CRACKED.COM

Source: SKY

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North Korea accused the K-pop industry of relying on slave-like exploitation. A new article on a North Korean propaganda site said that K-pop stars are treated as slaves after being robbed of their body, mind and soul by the heads of vicious and corrupt art-related conglomerates.

Source: CNN

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A guy who quit his job got 504 pounds of oil-covered pennies as his final payment. His boss really, really didn't like that he quit, and withheld his final check for months. Eventually, it was delivered in the form of lots of oily pennies dumped on the guy's driveway in

Source: WHDH

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A Texas restaurant put up a sign saying they charge $50 if they have to explain why masks are mandatory. OUR NEW SURCHARGB snerds 150-IF I HAVE To EXPLAI WHY MASKS ARE MANDATORY $75 HAVE TO HEAR DINER WHY YOU DISAGREE... Apparently, customers started laughing and taking photos of the

Source: CNN

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A Japanese company offers paid leave for a really weird condition. If a worker's favorite pop idol leaves the idol group they're a part of, Hiroro Inc. will give the worker paid time off to grieve or celebrate (whichever is appropriate considering the reason for departure).

Source: Japan Today

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A children's movie was bashed as anti-oil propaganda. Fo That's what a Canadian lobbying group said about the animated movie Bigfoot Family, which is about a company attempting to flood an Alaska valley with crude oil.

Source: The Guardian

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The Taiwanese government had to ask people to stop changing their name to Salmon. A popular sushi restaurant chain ran a promotion in which any customer with gui yu (salmon) on their ID card would get all-you-can-eat sushi meal (and they could bring along five friends)c. so about 150 people

Source: The Guardian

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Trump attorney Sidney Powell argued that no reasonable person would believe her election fraud claims. IAL2 That's her legal team's defense in a billion-dollar defamation suit against her. CRACKED.COM

Source: The Guardian

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The ship in the Suez canal was blocking about $10 billion of goods every day. The exact number is $9.6 billion, and it comes from shipping expert Lloyd's List.

Source: BBC

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Every phone and tablet sold in Utah might have to have a porn filter. Legislation signed by the governor requires that, but it'll only go into effect if another five states get the same laws (to make it easier to enforce).

Source: Yahoo