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An employee at a driving school in the US literally drove into work when they accidentally ploughed into the Community Driving School in Colarado. Local police shared a photo of the crash, which showed most of the car stuck inside the driving school’s front windows under a sign that said “Learn to Drive”. The staff member was a new employee on his second day, said a spokesperson. “He had not started any training to be an in the car instructor”, they told Fox News.
Restaurant charges to slice cake
A restaurant in Sicily has sparked anger by charging diners €20 to slice a birthday cake. After spending €124 on pizza at the unnamed restaurant in Palermo, a table of customers asked a waiter to slice the cake they had brought with them to celebrate a birthday. They were shocked to find a €20 charge for the slicing added to their bill. The news comes after a café on Lake Como charged €2 for cutting a customer’s toasted sandwich in half, noted The Times.
Photo of UK big cat surfaces
The “clearest ever” photo of a big cat prowling the British countryside is featured in a new documentary, said The Telegraph. A “muscular” cat with the appearance of a panther is seen lying among grass and scrub in the image, which was unearthed in a filing cabinet with some text on the reverse side, explaining that the image was “the last sighting” of the “Beast of Smallthorne”, an area of Stoke-on-Trent. The picture is “proof” that “big cats are roaming the UK”, said the Daily Star.
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