Man Finds Tooth In Yoghurt

David Casey was watching TV when he began tucking in to a fudge-flavored yoghurt and found someone else’s tooth in it – complete with fillings. The 43-year-old ex-squaddie was furious and put the tooth in a bag before driving straight up to the Tesco superstore at the Arena Park shopping center to complain. After telling staff what had happened with his Tesco’s own brand Devonshire-style fudge yoghurt he was given a 68p refund.” w/ photo

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Turntable Nightstand

This is the nightstand that rotates to provide easy access to bedside items. Unlike typical nightstands with limited storage, this one has a patented carousel with eight shelves that are all accessible with a simple turn. Rails along the shelves prevent items from falling as the unit rotates while the stationary top ensures that a lamp, alarm clock, and a telephone remain stable. Two open shelves on the base keep reading material organized and readily available. Made from engineered wood, the nightstand is finished on all sides and has a cherry finish.” w/ photos

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Porcupine Doesn’t Want To Share!

“North American porcupine, Teddy Bear, gets a cob of corn for a treat, but he doesn’t like to share. Listen carefully to see what he has to complain about!” — Zooniversity1

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How To Reheat Pizza Properly

“Did this really warrant a YouTube video? I mean that’s two and a half minutes I’ll never get back to him telling me to put it on the stove instead of microwaving it, LOL!” — B.F

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Coach Sacked For Playing Sudoku While Driving

He was captured balancing a puzzle book on his steering wheel in a picture taken by a pupil on a mobile phone. The employee was also seen filling in the answers with a pen while traveling in early morning traffic, according to the 12-year-old snapper. ‘When I saw the photo I was really shocked,’ said the boy’s mother who blew the whistle on the driver taking pupils to Ferndown Upper and Middle schools in Dorset. ‘Not only was he driving, he also had children on the coach and was responsible for their safety. ‘It was a big coach and could have potentially caused a lot of damage had it been involved in an accident. ‘It wasn’t ever our intention that the driver should lose his job but we wanted to draw it to the company’s attention to make sure it never happened again.’ The driver, who has not been identified, was dismissed after Cavendish Liner Coach Company launched an investigation.” w/ photo

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