Tuesday, August 3, 2021

Irn-Bru ecstasy pills on sale in Scotland for £10

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DRUG dealers are cashing in on Scotland's favourite soft drink by selling "Irn-Bru" ecstasy tablets.The bright orange pills are bottle-shaped and stamped with the name of the world-famous brand.The potentially deadly drugs are being...

Real accounts of Burke and Hare, and other gruesome medical history tales released online...

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Users of a new medical database will be able to delve into the true stories of grave robbers, and have access to rare photograph collections.The website launched by The Royal College of Surgeons of...

Teen makes ballgown from 1,000 crisp packets

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A TEENAGER created a stunning ballgown - from 1,000 used crisp packets.Alison Macrae, her family and neighbours, munched their way through an estimated 200,000 calories-worth of crisps to provide the “material”.The high school pupil...

“Robin comes when I call him” video shows bird answering to woman’s call

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AMAZING video captures the moment a woman calls for a robin - who then appears to answer her by flying over.Lyndsay Ní Chonchobhair, from Dublin, Ireland, can be seen calling out to the bird,...

Church leaders condemn Scottish shopping centre over “Grinch-like” ban on nativity scene

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SCOTTISH church leaders have condemned a "Grinch-like" shopping centre for refusing to stage a nativity scene this Christmas.Thistles in Stirling flatly declined a request for the traditional display saying customers did not want to...

Cancer patient given two months to live in remission following mistletoe therapy

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A CANCER patient given two months to live by his doctors seven months ago is in remission - after injecting himself with mistletoe.Dave Reynolds, 50, was told in February this year that his Non-Hodgkin...

Scots warned using saltire sticker on their licence could be illegal

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NATIONALISTS who replace the Union Jack on their driving licences with a Saltire have been warned they could be driving illegally.Since July all newly issued driving licences have featured a tiny Union flag alongside...

Disgusted shopper finds object in beef curry so foul even Tesco have dubbed it...

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A HORRIFIED shopper claims to have found an object in his supermarket curry so disgusting that even Tesco are referring to it as "the thing".Andrew Lee from Swansea, South Wales discovered the foul item...

Scots castle that “broke” Samuel Johnson on sale for £450K – fainthearted need not...

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A REMOTE Scottish castle that tested the adventuring spirit of writer Samuel Johnson to destruction could be yours for just £450,000.Breachacha Castle is an A-listed Georgian building on the southern end of the Isle...

Scottish llama declared oldest in UK

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A PET llama living on the windswept north east coast of Scotland has been declared the oldest in Britain. Paddy the llama, who was 25 this year, has lived happily in a muddy field in...

Aberdeen cafe launches Brussel Sprout flavoured Ice cream

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A cafe in Aberdeen is serving Brussel Sprout flavoured ice cream in the run up to christmas.Veg lovers can try the bizarre new flavour at ice cream parlour, Mackie’s 19.2.It is made with...

“Absolutely useless!” Dog handler unimpressed as PD Brock swims “like a T-Rex”

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A POLICE dog handler has shared hilarious footage of his pooch throwing up fountains of water as it tries to swim.The unnamed handler says "absolutely useless" as Police Dog Brock thrashes about in the...

New Yorker makes fun of JK Rowling for clinging to Potter franchise

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AMERICA’S best-known comedy magazine has taken a satirical swipe at JK Rowling, suggesting it's time for her to move on from the Harry Potter franchise.Since the final novel in the magical series was published...

Health visitor struck off after putting 20 vulnerable children at “significant risk”

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A SCOTTISH Health visitor has been struck off after she put 20 vulnerable children at 'significant risk'.Roberta Frances Barr accepted allegations made against her involving cases of 20 children and families in Glasgow that...

‘Wtf?” Tesco confuses punters by selling Fathers Day items six months early

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TESCO’s have confused Christmas shoppers by selling Father’s Day Toblerone bars, this week.The spot was found by Alan Falconer who was in the supermarket store last Saturday, when he found the chocolate bar, 184...

Seal death singer says pup “exploded” over him as he tried to move corpse

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THE Scots band at the centre of claims they clubbed a baby seal to death backstage have revealed that the creature was so decomposed it exploded all over them.The lead singer of Azure Halo...

Anger at law “forcing Gaelic teaching” on schools

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PRIMARY schools will be forced to teach in Gaelic, even if their area has no history of using the language.At present only 3,500 pupils across Scotland are taught their day-to-day lessons in the Gaelic...

£1m Scots mansion boasts a “love room” for romantics

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JANE Austen fanatics have the chance to own a £1m house - with its very own ‘love room’.Auchinroath House in Aberlour, Moray, boasts a small extension on the first floor where courting couples could...

Mystery of rare newts found living among sealed broadband cables

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A family of endangered newts have been discovered mysteriously nesting among broadband cables in a completely sealed manhole.Great crested newts are an extremely rare sight in Scotland - and have never been recorded in...
Kyle Roger pushed in freezing pool

Hilarious video shows Scots digger shunt workie into dirty, brown puddle

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A HILARIOUS video shows a Scots digger operator sneakily push a workman into a freezing dirty puddle.The unaware workie can be heard screaming “Ya b******!” as he clambered out of the murky puddle on...
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