Residents of Surrey, British Columbia, have begged city officials to address the town’s wild peacock problem, saying that some of the birds become highly aggressive if they see their own reflection. Several cars have reportedly been badly damaged by the birds in recent months.
Parking spot sold for £566,000
A parking space in Hong Kong has been sold for the record-breaking price of £556,900. The 16 by 8 feet plot, in the city's Ho Man Tin area of central Kowloon, eclipsed the previous record set when a parking space sold for £495,000 in 2017.
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Pastor killed by crocodile during baptism
An Ethiopian pastor has been killed by a crocodile while he was performing a water baptism ceremony. Pastor Docho Eshete was baptising at least 80 people in lake Abaya and had reportedly just finished the process when the crocodile attacked, inflicting deadly wounds on his legs, back and hands.
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