Man hits on nurse while wife delivers baby, and more

A Utah man missed the birth of his child when he was arrested for allegedly groping a nurse outside the delivery room.

Man hits on nurse while wife delivers baby

A Utah man missed the birth of his child when he was arrested for allegedly groping a nurse outside the delivery room. Adam Manning, 30, rushed his partner to the hospital when she went into labor, but then, police said, Manning told a nurse wheeling the woman into the delivery room that she was “cute,” attempted to give her a neck massage, and finally grabbed her breast. The nurse then called the police. “Obviously he wasn’t there for the birth of his child,” said a police spokesman.

Black Sabbath frontman, 60, finally passes driving test

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Ozzy Osbourne has finally passed his driving test after failing it 18 times. Osbourne, 60, credits his reversal of fortune to having successfully given up drinking. The former Black Sabbath frontman says that on previous attempts he would be “walking around the test center with a bottle of vodka in my pocket,” and that testing officials always seemed afraid to get in a car with him. “I’m legal,” said an ebullient Osbourne. “So watch out.”

Cash-strapped zoo turns donkeys into zebras

A cash-strapped zoo in the Palestinian territory of Gaza is painting stripes on donkeys and calling them zebras. Mohammed Barghouti, owner of the Marah Land petting zoo, says he used to have some real zebras, but they died of starvation during the Israeli blockade. Now, says Barghouti, he uses hair coloring to zebrafy donkeys, to the delight of local children. “The children don’t know so they call them zebras,” said Barghouti. “They are happy to see something new.”

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