Here are a few images from some of our favorite "News Of The Weird" stories! But before scrolling down....remember, MANY of these images are extremely disturbing!! Are you sure you really want to look?? Got a story suggestion or a News Of The Weird Tip?? Drop me an email! email@example.com!!
According to Italian Shark experts, if you find yourself unexpectedly swimming with a shark...don't panic!Â You can easily hypnotize almost any shark (according to the researchers....not me!!) simply by rubbing their ampullae of Lorenzini:Â the name given to hundreds of jelly-filled pores around the animals nose and mouth.Â Â The sharks apparently love it and will fall into a deep trance for as long as you rub this area.Â Â Of course you will eventually have to stop rubbing to come up for air and then the shark may eat you, but it will be cool to balance a shark on your fingertips at least for a little while!
Look at the photo of these local children from a small village in the Amazonian Rainforest. Now look at the rear of the photo....what is that bright light...is it spacecraft? And what is that creature?? This area has been the focus of a Brazilian government operation for years to investigate hundreds of UFO sightings. Is this proof the aliens are here?
This is what happens when you leave out a decimal point when ordering slippers. Tom Boddingham meant to order a 14.50 inch slipper, but instead he ordered and received a 1,450 inch slipper!! And now I want one too!!
So we have this to look forward to when we are elderly: a robot that will lift us from bed to bed. His name is Riman and he is going to be used in nursing homes to assist the staff when a patient needs to be lifted out of bed.
Don't be surprised if you see one of these sweet faces smiling back at you on your next visit to the hospital! They are called Actroids and they are being placed in hospitals in Japan to monitor patients. They basically sit in your room and stare at you to make sure you are doing OK. Pleasant dreams.
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