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Hello amiable reader and viewers, welcome to our Eduonwheels blog this Thursday, July 14, 2022, where we’ll bring you all the latest reports on weird, unbelievable, strange, bizarre, odd, scary, unusual, funny, and interesting news and stories and news on as things and happening around the world in the most exciting way.

As is always the expected case, in our latest weird news blog, the daily updates in posts would follow below in the collection of the most recent of the weirdest news for this day, Thursday, July 14, 2022reported below in no particular order.

Top 11 unbelievable, strange, weird, scary, and interesting real stories and news of 14th July 2022 – Videos and Photos

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Bar owner creates world’s smallest lap-dancing club to fend off violent seagulls

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The Spearmint Seagull. The tiny eight-foot space is perfect for pub punters and features a shiny metal pole, a disco light, a mirror, a Bluetooth speaker, and zebra-skin furnishings, in one of the latest unusual news posts. Image credit: Mirror UK

Bar owner creates world’s smallest lap-dancing club to fend off violent seagulls The tiny eight-foot pub space is perfect for pub punters and features a shiny metal pole, a disco light, a mirror, a Bluetooth speaker, and zebra-skin furnishings, in one of the latest unusual news posts.

The psychotic flying scumbags show no mercy in their pursuit of a chip – prompting one pub landlord to take action. The psycho seagulls would swoop down and steal chips 

Rob Braddick, 50, a businessman and pub owner from Westward Ho!, Devon, installed a series of beach huts in his pub garden at the Waterfront Inn.

Designed to keep punters eating meals safe from the winged menaces, Rob decided to jazz up one of the tiny spaces by turning it into the world’s smallest lap-dancing club.

The tiny hut – nicknamed Spearmint Seagull – features a pole, zebra soft furnishings, a disco light, purple LED lights, and a Bluetooth speaker.

Read more on the weird news under the caption: ‘’ Pub landlord creates world’s smallest lap dancing club to ward off psycho seagulls ‘’ on mirror.co.uk

Diamond ring of Jewelry Company earns Guinness World Record featuring 24,679 diamonds

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An Indian jewelry company earned a Guinness World Record when it set a staggering 24,679 diamonds in a single ring. Image credit: Guinness World Records.

An Indian jewelry company earned a Guinness World Record when it set a staggering 24,679 diamonds in a single ring, in a piece of unbelievably weird news.

Guinness announced SWA Diamonds earned the record for the large ring, which was dubbed “Ami,” Sanskit for “immortality.”

The design of the ring was based on the pink oyster mushroom.

“The mushroom represents immortality and longevity,” Abdul Gafur Anadiyan, managing director at SWA Diamonds, told Guinness World Records.

The natural diamonds set in the ring were certified as conflict-free by Kimberley Process Certification Scheme.

The ring, which weighs in at about 12 ounces, was valued by SWA Diamonds at $95,243.

Read more of the news post on upi.com under the headline: ‘’ Diamond ring earns Guinness World Record with 24,679 diamonds ‘’

Lottery player wins two $30,946 prizes in 2 months with same numbers

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A fan of the Maryland Lottery‘s Racetrax virtual horse racing game won her second $30,946 prize in two months by placing the same bet on the same horses. Image credit: UPI

A fan of the Maryland Lottery‘s Racetrax virtual horse racing game won her second $30,946 prize in two months by placing the same bet on the same horses.

A fan of the Maryland Lottery‘s Racetrax virtual horse racing game won her second $30,946 prize in two months by placing the same bet on the same horses.

The Hyattsville, Maryland woman used the same set of three numbers to win two $30,946 prizes from the Maryland Lottery’s Racetrax game in two months.

The 51-year-old Hyattsville resident told Maryland Lottery officials 11, 10 and 12 represent her favorite Racetrax Trifecta bet, and in May the combination earned her a $30,946 prize.

The woman said she had a “feeling” Tuesday morning that it was the right time to place another bet, so she bought a ticket from the Sunoco station on Kenilworth Avenue in Hyattsville.

The winner said she and her husband are in the process of finding a new home.

Read more of the unbelievably odd news post on upi.com under the headline: ‘’ Maryland Lottery player wins two $30,946 prizes in 2 months with same numbers ‘’

Strips of flashes found in the Montana US sky believed to be old Russian rocket fuel tank

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The American Meteor Society received photos and videos from residents in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, and OregonCredit: American Meteor Society. The Sun, UK

In the weird news post of today, we report that researchers with SpaceWeather.com said the streaks found in the Montana US sky believed to be old Russian rocket fuel tanks, were most likely space junk — specifically the fuel tank from a Russian rocket.

Witnesses captured video and photos about 10 p.m. Tuesday when flaming objects streaked across the sky over Montana and were seen as far away as Idaho, Wyoming, and Oregon.

“Shortly before the explosion over Montana, the U.S. Department of Defense Space Track website issued a Trajectory Impact Prediction message for an object,” the website said.

The object, a Breeze-M fuel tank, was part of Russia’s Yamal 402 geostationary communications satellite. The tank has been orbiting since the Dec. 8, 2012, launch, SpaceWeather.com said.

Read more of the news captioned ‘’ Streaks in Montana sky believed to be old Russian rocket fuel tank ‘’ on upi.com

A ‘ghost’ causes havoc at a Bedfordshire pub: Bizarre video shows ‘ghost’ scaring customers at 300-year-old bar by dropping a bottle

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According to the weird news report making around the internet on mirror.uk.com under the heading: ‘’ A ghost has left staff at a haunted, 300-year-old pub spooked ‘’, a ‘ghost’ A bottle of beer was spotted shooting off a shelf behind the bar and plummeted to the floor, as no workers were near the shelf which was sturdily screwed in at the White Swan Inn, in Dunstable, Beds.

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The second paranormal incident caught on camera is when the bottle of beer suddenly and mysteriously flies off the shelf. Image credit: Metro UK

It caused spillage down the back of the till while the rest of the bottles stood perfectly in place.

In the CCTV footage, a worker can be seen running to the scene of the spooky accident from the opposite direction, proving nobody was around when it happened on Tuesday, July 12.

Pub manager Tasha Magnan said that the bar staff were so spooked out after they felt the chills of the aftermath of our beer-destroying ghost as she claimed to have two pieces of CCTV showing what we feel are ghosts with no idea who the ghost is, probably a beer-hating ghost.

Dublin man buys new plane ticket just to look for his suitcase at the airport

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At Dublin Airport, a traveller booked a flight to search for his missing luggage after it appeared to be lost when he didn’t have the intention of travelling. Image by StockSnap from Pixabay 

At Dublin Airport, a traveller took matters into his own hands to search for his missing luggage after it appeared to be lost when he didn’t have the intention of travelling.

Engineer Dermot Lennon, from Castleblaney in Co Monaghan, had been left without his bags after returning from a family trip to Brisbane, Australia on June 27.

Dermot Lennon returned from a trip to Australia at the end of June 2022. After his luggage was apparently lost, Mr. Lennon left the airport without his suitcase. Although after hearing nothing for a week, he later returned to the airport himself in order to track down his bag.

In order to gain access, however, he was forced to buy a new ticket for himself, despite having no intention of flying the cunning Irishman simply bought the cheapest plane ticket available because it allowed him to go straight from the gate to the baggage carousel. All in all, he paid a grand total of18 euros for a flight to Glasgow.

The cunning Irishman simply bought the cheapest plane ticket available because it allowed him to go straight from the gate to the baggage carousel. All in all, he paid a grand total of18 euros for a flight to Glasgow.

Read more under the caption on snarkytravel.com on ‘’ Passenger buys an airline ticket to get lost luggage back at Dublin Airport ‘’

Installed Museum Art in Germany Removed for Infringing on the Rights of Flies

Watch a YouTube video of a museum in the German city of Wolfsburg recently removed a controversial art installation by English artist Damien Hirst after animal rights group PETA filed a complaint about it killing flies.

In this strange news, a museum in the German city of Wolfsburg recently removed a controversial art installation by English artist Damien Hirst after animal rights group PETA filed a complaint about it killing flies.

Flies are generally seen as annoying pests to be exterminated or at least kept at bay, but a controversial art installation featuring a fly-killing UV light has attracted the bizarre wrath of animal rights group PETA and sparked a heated debate about the rights of the flying insects.

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The museum artwork that attracts files. Photo credit: Oddity Central

Titled “A Hundred Years (1990)”, the art installation by award-winning artist and entrepreneur Damien Hirst was recently removed from Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg after PETA filed a complaint claiming that it infringed on Germany’s Animal Welfare Act, which bans the killing or harming of animals without proper reason. Whether flies fall under that law or not is yet to be determined, but the decision has already sparked controversy in Germany.

Representatives of the museum, on the other hand, said that they didn’t think flies were covered by the Animal Welfare Act, adding that they would ask the artist if he would agree to replace the real flies with artificial ones. Doing so, however, would most likely ruin the whole idea of the art installation.

Read more of the weird report on odditycentral.com under the caption: ‘’ Museum Art Installation Removed for Infringing on the Rights of Flies ‘’

Video: Beer company thanks people who helped clean the spilled liquor from road after accident with its truck.

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