6 quirky stories you need to read

2015-02-27 14:41

South Korea legalised adultery and everyone ran for condoms

South Korea's highest court struck down a decades-old law banning adultery, sending shares in the country's biggest condom maker surging.

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2 loose llamas run amok in the US

TV footage showing a large white llama and a smaller black llama darting through the streets in the US has gone viral. Their televised breakout quickly inspired a Twitter account and several hashtags including #LlamasonTheLoose, #llamadrama and #TEAMLLAMAS.

Llamas

This dress that broke the internet!

It started very innocently when a Tumblr user uploaded a photo of a dress and asked for help… Is the dress blue and black or white and gold? Much to everyone's surprise what seemed a simple question turned into biggest uproar on the internet this week.

#Dressgate is driving us crazy. #BlueAndBlack #WhiteAndGold

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Hell hath no fury

A new Mercedes SLK is at the centre of a mysterious lovers’ tiff after it was found in a Kimberley scrap yard owner-less, and severely damaged. On the sides of the car read the spray-painted words ‘hoer vervoer’ and ‘hoer jaer’, which translates to ‘whore transport’ and ‘whore racer/hunter’.

Vandalised car

Want to be a postman in Antarctica?

UK Antarctic Heritage Trust is looking for four young people to spend five months on the tiny Goudier Island off the Antarctic Peninsula to perform a number of duties, including sorting post, running the shop and helping to maintain the museum at the British historical base of Port Lockroy.

Antarctica

Say no to 'high fives' kids

A South African man working in Scotland as a school crossing patroller has been ordered to stop "high-fiving" children as they cross the road to school.

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