Sharon Osbourne is getting more plastic surgery done in August so when she comes back to “The Talk” in the fall she will have a whole new look.
Pet Sematary star “Leo The Cat” has died mysteriously just weeks after the film’s release. (https://bit.ly/2wvlfAA)
A new survey found that women are happier without a spouse and children. The study also incorporates men, and claims that married men live longer than single men. (https://yhoo.it/2XhEf0X)
HSBC Bank is employing a robot named “Pepper” who assists customers at its Miami Branch. (https://bit.ly/2HKDCrI)
A Louisiana woman was arrested for beating up her wife with a bedpost after she accidentally put her marijuana in the wash. The judge set bail at $25,000.
Nineteen people were injured in Britain’s annual cheese rolling event. If you’re unfamiliar, it’s a race where people run and then roll down a giant hill in England. The winner was a Canadian man who gets to choose any cheese related title he likes. (https://bit.ly/2EI7d37)
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani celebrated his 75th birthday with a party at Yankee stadium. (https://pge.sx/2JL8YAp)
Bruce Springsteen announced that he’s recording a new album and going back on tour with the E Street Band in the fall. (https://pge.sx/2MfJqxr)
Oregon is banning restaurants from automatically giving customers plastic straws.
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He thought he was ordering some household goods off Amazon. Instead, what a man from Alabama got wasn't even close - he wants to know why he was sent somebody else's urine. It started as a simple Prime order on Amazon. He said, “I got an email Thursday morning saying the package had been delivered.” But the man from Tuscumbia says, in this case, the accuracy of the order likely wasn't the number one priority. He said, “I opened it. And when I reached in and pulled it out. Some kind of urine specimen or something like that.” It certainly wasn't the shower curtain rings he ordered. He added, “I was very surprised. My son was standing there watching me open it and he got a good laugh out of it.” He asked WHNT not to use his name, but the container inside the bag did include a woman's name and birthday, likely indicating it was being sent in for testing. Amazon reportedly told the man that they would send that shower curtain rings right away. (https://bit.ly/2QBf0Eh)
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