7 unbelievable, strange, and interesting real news and stories of 16th June 2022

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1. Age is just a number: The football skills of 64-year-old

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2. Pak minister asks citizens to drink less of the imported tea on loan

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Ahsan Iqbal, Pakistan Federal Minister for Planning. Image credit: the news.com.pk

Cash-strapped Pakistan has urged its countrymen to cut down the consumption of tea to help reduce the import bill eating into the country’s fast-depleting foreign exchange reserves and faces loan burden.

The appeal from Federal Minister for Planning Ahsan Iqbal came after it emerged that Pakistan consumed tea worth ₹ 83.88 billion (USD 400 million) in the fiscal year 2021-22, The News International newspaper reported.

“I appeal to the nation to cut down the consumption of tea by 1-2 cups because we import tea on loan,” Mr. Iqbal said while speaking to reporters in Islamabad on Tuesday.

3. See the world’s smallest toilet that can fit in a female bag

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The smallest toilet 1. Image credit: odditycentral.com
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The world’s smallest portable toilet, the PocketToilet, produced by Kokenawa Inc., a startup based in Nagoya, Japan is a real-life saver when nature calls. It helps queues of people in front of traditional portable toilets.

It’s a 7 cm long and 6.5 cm wide pack that can fit into almost any pocket or purse.

The virtual toilet consists of a bag made of special, durable fibers and a pack of coagulants. The bag can fit in a woman’s bag, tucked into a toilet seat or trash can. The bag emits almost no odor when left with feces inside the house for a week.

4. Robot deity preaches Buddha’s scripture in Japanese temple

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5. 900-year-old haunted pub’s ghost refuses to let owners turn lights off

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The haunted Old Ferry Boat Inn in St. Ives, UK. Image credit: irishmirror.ie

The ghost of a teen girl scares out clients when she rises on the anniversary of her death every year.

The pub in the Old Ferry Boat Inn in St. Ives, UK is rumoured to be one of the most haunted in the world has said the ghost that resides there refuses to let owners turn off the lights without saying ‘Night Juliet’. The spirit of the heartbroken young woman who died 900 years ago is said to walk the halls.

6. A terrified trucker picks up a ghostly stowaway

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A stowaway female ghost was seen clinging to the back of a truck. Image credit: whatshot.in

A trucker in Argentina became terrified picks up a ghostly stowaway spotted clinging to his vehicle and later vanished into the thin air. The trucker was part of a convoy driving through the Cordoba Province and saw the woman at the side of the road but was later seen clinging to the back of his rig.

7. Meet Paul Alexander, the man who’s lived in an iron lung for 70 years

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Paul Alexander was fitted with an iron lung. Image credit: allthatisinteresting.com

Paul Alexander is now one of the last people on earth still living in an iron lung. He was stricken with paralysis as a result of polio in 1952 at the age of 6 and still lives there today.

He cannot breathe on his own because he’s paralyzed from the neck down.

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