Are you ready for a wild ride? This is the list of facts that will have you on the edge of your seat. From a charming blonde and a police officer's patrol car, to a "Death Metal" growling bat, to a Rat Tsar with a salary of $120,000 to $170,000, you're in for a wild ride.
We'll start with the story of Tyler Rawiri Tetera, a 23-year old from Whakatāne, New Zealand who used stolen photos and fake identities to deceive two victims into buying him cars and phones while posing as an attractive blonde woman on Tinder. He even managed to get a police officer to hand over his patrol car and body armor vest for use in the elaborate scam.
Then, we'll take a look at the EU Commission's £332,000 metaverse party flop that had a zero turnout. Talk about an expensive embarrassment!
We'll also dive into the lawsuit against TGI Fridays and Inventure Foods over their "TGI Fridays Mozzarella Sticks Snacks" product and the unexpected evidence in Harvey Weinstein's trial.
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