Improbability drive: Noticias enfermas del Mundo Real

“The one square foot block [OF FROZEN URINE] crashed into their house in Hartberg, Austria, before shattering on the ground. Now Hans and Irene Schueler have demanded air traffic control chiefs hand over details of flight movements over their home so they can claim compensation from the airline responsible.” (via Sun)

“Lin Zongxiu, from the southwestern province of Sichuan, heard in 2008 that soup made with a man’s head could help cure her daughter who had suffered from psychiatric problems for years… Lin and her husband decided to enlist the help of a man in December who knocked unconscious a drunk 76-year-old passer-by before beheading him. The couple then gave their 25-year-old daughter soup made from the man’s head, and duck.” (via London Telegraph)

“The strange occurrence that was revealed in a State Government Budget Estimates hearing, has also solved what some growers say has spurred a campfire legend about mysterious crop circles that appear in northern Tasmania’s poppy paddocks. The drugged out wallabies had been found hopping around in circles squashing the poppies, creating the formations… Tasmania is the world’s largest producer of legally grown opium for the pharmaceutical market.” (via News Corporation)

“A motorcycle accident almost killed David 21 years ago. At the time he might have wished he was dead. “I asked my doctor, ‘Sir what happened? I can’t feel my legs’,” said David. Ever since, David’s been relying on his wheelchair to get around. Then the spider bite. A Brown Recluse sent him to the hospital, then to rehab for eight months.” (via CBS 13)

“A six-year-old boy has died in a freak backyard accident involving a clothes line and trampoline… New Norfolk police, in southern Tasmania, say he was jumping on a trampoline beneath the clothes line, when the strap on his helmet appears to have become caught on the line, accidentally hanging him. His father found him a short time later.” (via Australian Broadcasting)

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