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A rogue cow caused a giant commotion Tuesday as it ran wild through the streets of the Queens borough of New York City. The spotted outlaw was first spotted on Archer Ave and Sutphin Blvd at around 10:30 a.m., possibly having escaped a nearby slaughterhouse along Archer Ave near York College. Queens cows are smartening up because this is the third cow in Queens to escape a slaughterhouse within the last 14 months, according to Gothamist . SEE ALSO: This education minister believes cows exhale oxygen People on social media and IRL were captivated by the intense chase while police were in hot pursuit. Read more... More about Queens , Caught , Police Chase , Cow , and Animals
Radar Online
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Cops were quick to put the bite on a teacher who allegedly bit a child at a park in South Carolina! Melanie Johnson, 35, faces charges of assault and battery after Greenville County police say she grabbed an 11-year-old boy who had taken another boy's hat at a birthday party. According to local reports, she was watching the children play at the trampoline park and apparently decided it was time for discipline when the boy refused to return the other boy's cap. PHOTOS: Britney SpearsNew Man EXPOSED! Inside His Shocking High School Secret Johnson allegedly yelled, Let go of his hat! and then bit the child. The fourth-grade teacher has been put on administrative leave by the Pickens County School District, says spokesperson John Eby, while an investigation is being carried out. Authorities said a review of surveillance video at the park showed Johnson grabbing and biting the 11-year-old.
Evening Standard
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A KFC customer was left "traumatised" after biting into a chip to discover what he believed to be a child's tooth inside in south London.
Daily Mail - News
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Philip Egan, who worked for the Harpenden Eye Centre in Hertfordshire, bombarded his ex-wife with texts and banged on her windows late at night after she moved out of their three-bedroom home.
Daily Mail - Home
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Philip Egan, who worked for the Harpenden Eye Centre in Hertfordshire, bombarded his ex-wife with texts and banged on her windows late at night after she moved out of their three-bedroom home.
Daily Mail - Australia
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CCTV footage shows the pensioner riding on the moving walkway in the city of Nanning in southern China, with a shopping cart by her side.
The Bolton News - North West
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A WOMAN’S prison sentence has been extended after she admitted beating and biting a man while on bail.
The Northern Echo - Motorsport
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Politico
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Sky News
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They are so surprised, that is what I have been talking about dude the press and everybody. -- for us to have strong borders. The press has been biting to you to get elected, some of the things I am doing are probably not popular but they are necessary.
Southern Daily Echo - Sport
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BBC News 24
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But after mounting a nail-biting comeback, the tennis player stuck to her word and took the lucky fan to a basketball game in New York. news on the comment by the president of the Supreme Court.
The Sun Daily
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BBC One South West
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Built was held around the space for five minutes to prevent him biting. The Sergeant told the jury he had seen the belt used this way on around 50 previous occasions, it was a method of restraint he had been trained it was a method of restraint he had never leave an unconscious person in a cell.
Voice Of America
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However, under Chilean law, the negotiation would largely continue under the old regulations, so the concrete benefits of holding out until the reform takes effect would be limited, lawyers say. The labor reform passed Congress last April after a bruising battle that opened up divisions within the governing coalition. But a constitutional court struck down several sections of the legislation, leaving lawyers uncertain about how much of the reform can be implemented. A government representative was not immediately available to comment for this story, but proponents of the law say more workers' protections are needed to battle Chile's biting inequality. Industry analysts are watching negotiations at Escondida and elsewhere for a sense of how the reform will play out throughout Chile's economy. "In some respects, this strike is a kind of transition between the old system and the new," said Juan Carlos Guajardo, president of Chilean copper consultancy Plusmining.
BBC One South West
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Mr Orchard had mental health issues but they were not flagged up on the police computer. An emergency response belt was held around his face have five minutes to prevent him biting.
RT UK
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The Week
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And that's not the only innovation. Matches tied after six holes will be decided by playing a new 90-metre "Knockout Hole". If that doesn't separate the two players they must "take on a nail-biting decider, with the victor decided on a nearest-the-pin contest where only the first shot counts". Why's it happening? The sport is "desperately trying to widen its fan base", says Golf Digest . While the likes of Rory McIlroy and Jordan Speith are attracting a younger audience, it's not enough in the eyes of many. "The surveys insist the millennials are golf's prime growth area and, with the ageing supporter base limping towards the clubhouse, golf, like cricket and rugby union, needs to find its format to entice entry and so pull down those dusty old signs," says James Corrigan of the Daily Telegraph . The organisers believe it will rival successful innovations in other sports, such as Twnety20 cricket, Fast5 netball and rugby sevens.
BBC One South East
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The Addicks created many chances but couldn't put the ball on the net. The manager had prescribed plenty of shooting practice before the weekend. In the championship, Brighton are doing their best to make the league a nail-biting affair.
Scientific American - Latest
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We've been working on it for more than 70 years; heres how were finally getting there, and what still needs to be done -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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Financial Times
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