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An 80-year-old woman in Navarra, Spain has been denounced by the police for breaking lockdown, possession of drugs, and flashing the officers. The woman from the town of Villafranca was stopped when walking down the street and asked why she was out of the house. Her reply was that she was delivering some speed to her granddaughter. The police then proceeded to search her and found three small bags containing the narcotic substance. The officers made a “denuncia,” first for not abiding to the lockdown and secondly for the possession of the drugs. The situation worsened when she decided to lift up her skirt during the search. According to the police report she shouted, “Here, look here if you want to” and then proceeded to reveal her genitalia. A spokesperson for the police revealed that the woman had no mental health problems that could excuse this behavior. (https://bit.ly/33TVbib)
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A survey by The Guardian found that there’s a global shortage of condoms because of the Coronavirus. (https://bit.ly/33W0X31)
Officials say that a group of armed vigilantes cut down a tree and dragged it across a man’s driveway in Maine to force him to quarantine in his home amid fears he could be infected with the coronavirus. A man residing on an island off the coast of Maine called authorities around 3:35 p.m. Friday to report a group of people with guns had cut down a large tree and dragged it in front of his driveway, blocking access to the main road. The man said he left his house to check his property when he noticed the cable went out. The unidentified man said he retreated to his home and hailed the Coast Guard for help using a VHF radio after a neighbor began yelling at him to get indoors and remain quarantined. The armed group had dispersed before authorities arrived. Deputies with the Knox County Sheriff’s Office, along with the Maine Marine Patrol and a Coast Guard boarding party, responded to the scene. The incident remains under investigation. (https://bit.ly/2WU9cew)
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Pluto technically isn't even a year old. Pluto was discovered on February 18th, 1930. It is the farthest (dwarf) planet from the Sun, requiring it to go a much farther distance than we are used to on Earth. It takes 248 Earth-years for Pluto to complete one rotation of its own around the sun. This places Pluto's first birthday since its discovery on Monday, March 23, 2178.
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The British Government’s Deputy Chief Medical Officer warned that public events could be canceled for six months due to the Coronavirus. (http://dailym.ai/3aw8Rma)
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A British man has been jailed for a year for spitting at cops while claiming to be infected with the Coronavirus. 48-year-old Paul Leivers was sentenced Saturday — just two days after his arrest — after pleading guilty to two counts of assault on an emergency worker in Mansfield. It is believed to be the first case using new powers given to police last week to help deal with a coronavirus crack-down. “Emergency workers have a difficult job at the best of time, even more so at the minute,” judge Leo Pyle told him, stressing that his “court will not flinch to protect officers.” Nottingham Magistrates’ Court was told that Leivers did not have Coronavirus, nor any symptoms. Police say the officers are safe and well. “Despicable, thoughtless and disgraceful acts such as this will not go unpunished,” insisted Nottinghamshire Police’s Chief Constable Craig Guildford.
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