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|2003-12-18 - Weird News|
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Around The Weird - Bizarre News Briefs for December 18th, 2003
Montreal, Quebec -- Canada's Air Transport Security Authority is asking travelers not to pack fruitcake in their carry-on luggage if they want to avoid delays at security checkpoints this holiday season. All fruitcakes will be X-rayed because they are dense and can hide a weapon.
LONDON -- Traffic on a busy highway near central London was brought to a stop yesterday when a man dressed as Santa Claus climbed up a sign post holding a sign that read "Save Father Christmas, Children Need Both This Xmas, Toot Your Support." The protester, a member of Fathers 4 Justice, which campaigns for the rights of divorced fathers, had not seen his two children for two years.
MIAMI -- Prosecutors at a trial in Miami are complaining about having to clean up "voodoo powder" that's being mysteriously dumped around the courtroom by folks hoping to sway the outcome of the case. According to the "Miami Herald," large amounts of the gray dust have been found in evidence boxes used in the trial of an attorney accused of money laundering.
OSLO, Norway -- Maybe he drank because he was nervous: A Norwegian man was caught trying to take a driving test while he was drunk. The man completed his written exam just before police swooped in to give him a breathalyser test, which he failed. His car was confiscated and he was charged with drunk driving, because he had driven himself to his appointment.
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