Following several disturbing incidents involving cannibalism that have set the internet aflutter with rumours of an impending ‘Zombie Apocalypse,’ the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a statement on Friday saying that there is no cause to fear the walking dead.
‘CDC does not know of a virus or condition that would reanimate the dead (or one that would present zombie-like symptoms), agency spokesman David Daigle told the Huffington Post.
This is not the first time the CDC has addressed zombies. In the past, the government agency has released several tongue-in-cheek warnings about the undead.
A woman has been accused of breaking into a house, washing the dishes, tidying and vacuuming before leaving a bill with her name on it for $75.
When police confronted Susan Warren, 53, about the alleged early-morning break in, she told them she ‘does it all the time’.
Warren allegedly broke into the home in Westlake, Ohio after picking the house at random while driving down the street, she said.
Youngsters have a new weapon in the battle to beat the heat this summer – a crossbow that can fire a water balloon at a target 80ft away.
Dubbed ‘shock and pour’ the the toy could become a big hit over the coming months if the mercury continues to soar.
Sellers Firebox say the launcher, officially named Aqua Force Crossbow, is similar to a slingshot, inbuilt with rubber strips which provide the power for hurling the missile in to the air.
Visitors to Disneyland Paris are being robbed of the chance to see their favourite cartoon characters because of on-going strike action over a sexual harassment case.
Staff who dress up as characters including Mickey, Donald Duck and Goofy are withdrawing from ‘Meet and Greet’ events.
They are furious that a senior colleague who was accused of harassing women had been allowed back to work because of ‘lack of evidence’.
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A tattoo artist from Newfield, New Jersey, has taken his love for Apple products to a new level when he implanted four magnets into his arm to hold his iPod Nano in place without a strap.
Dave Hurban documented the process on video, naming the project ‘iDermal.’
The footage, set to the song ‘Boy’s Chore’ by the band ‘Youth Here,’ shows the 21-year-old man, whose arms and neck are covered in colorful tattoos, making holes on his left wrist and inserting four small, round magnets.
An online retailer selling Trayvon Martin gun range targets claims they have sold out within two days.
Although the paper targets do not depict the 17-year-old’s face, they feature an image of a black hoodie that has crosshairs across the chest.
A bag of Skittles is tucked inside the pocket of the jumper, while a hand holds a can of iced tea, according to WKMG.