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Funny story: Fit for a King

Fit for a King

Ever since archaeologists found the remains of King Richard III underneath a parking lot in Leicester, England, in 2012, they have spent a lot of time confirming his remains, determining what he ate and how he died. It's a real-life "C.S.I.: Leiceste...
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Funny story: Derek Acorah arrested as part of operation Yo-Yo

Derek Acorah arrested as part of operation Yo-Yo

Operation Yo-Yo, the second phase of the police's inspection of famous people's previous indiscretions has uncovered two previous indiscretions by world famous psychic and generally well groomed Scouser, Derek Acorah. "We have discovered that duri...
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Funny story: Richard III was not a car park attendant!

Richard III was not a car park attendant!

The skull belonging to Richard III found under a car park in Leicester is not his. Historical facts have proven that he never jobbed as a hunchbacked car park attendant, but he has been seen clamping cars around Notre Dame. The skull actually belo...
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Funny story: Who is Parked Under Your Parking Lot?

Who is Parked Under Your Parking Lot?

The discovery of the 500-year-old skeleton of King Richard III beneath a parking lot in Leicester, England, has sparked a furious debate over what surprises may be hidden under these expanses of white-lined tarmac. If every car park in the world w...
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