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A man's pet fish managed to hack into its owner's Nintendo eShop account and make a ¥500 (£3) purchase using his saved credit card information, all while streaming the antics live to an audience of hundreds on YouTube. The heist was an unintended consequence due to an experiment to see if

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Easyjet has launched a 'beach-in-a-box' kit for Brits who are not in a situation where they can book a holiday.

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Elton John's half-brother tried and failed to bring an enormous trident spear to his court appearance for possessing magic mushrooms.

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A MacDonald's customer was accidentally given a bag containing $5,000 (£4,070) in cash instead of his food order when he went to pick up his order at a local McDonald's.

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Bringing cake to the office might make you popular, but is as harmful to your colleagues as passive smoking, the head of the UK's Food Standards Agency has said. Professor Susan Jebb told The Times that people tend to "undervalue the impact of the environment" in making choices.

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Apple's trade in service has come under public scrutiny after it was discovered that a Mac Pro computer with top of the line specifications loses 98% of its value when traded in with the programme offering only $970 (£784) in Apple credit — for the computer which cost $52,199 (£42

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Twitter's San Francisco headquarters has auctioned "surplus corporate office assets" during a 27 hour online sale. Auction house Global Heritage Partners managed the sale, which closed at 10am Pacific Time on Wednesday and charged a buyer's premium of 18%.

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Netflix has offered a whopping $385,000 salary for a flight attendant on one of its private jets

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Filipino expats in the United Arab Emirates are bringing onions as gifts to the Philippines as the price of the vegetable has risen to $12 (£9.8) per kg in their home country.

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A couple is set to go to court in defence of a rooster who has racked up thousands in fines for crowing too loudly. Jackie and Drew Tanenbaum, from Maryland, have been fined $4,800 (around £4,000) over Wilbur the rooster's crowing following a neighbour's complaints, local TV channel WTKR News

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A construction worker struck gold after he won more than $1.5 million (£1.23m) in a local lottery game. The worker from Charles County in the US is now $1,540,418 (£1,258,690) richer after playing the Maryland Lottery’s Fast Play lottery.

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The November 26 incident, which took place on a flight from New York to New Delhi, has landed Shankar Mishra in hot water.

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Two skateboarding fanatics have transformed a church into a skate park after successfully raising thousands of pounds on a crowdfunding site.

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The boss of Brewdog has been put nearly £500,000 out of pocket after remedying a misleading promotion in which 50 individuals won "solid gold" beer cans.

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A man has been arrested and charged with stealing over $300,000 (£253k) in a scheme that was inspired by the movie Office Space. According to the affidavit, Ernie Castro, from Seattle, began running a series of schemes starting in February, after working at the company Zulily for three ye

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