The manager of a McDonald's in Australia got creative when it came to shooing away disruptive teenagers that plagued his restaurant late at night.

According to Fox & Friends, he didn't ask anyone to leave or change any store policy, but merely started blasting opera and classical music. LOUD.

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An Albuquerque, N.M., woman put her puppy in a Ziploc bag and held it up for the camera, in an attempt to show Facebook friends how small the dog is.

We know, we can't believe it either ... that someone would really do that, that she'd be stupid enough to post it online, or that this person has any friends.

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Kaila Mendoza, a 20-year old Florida resident, drove the wrong way down the Sawgrass Expressway last Sunday morning around 1:45 a.m., crashing her Hyundai Sonata into a Toyota Camry and killing two people in the process.

The tragic story has received an unusual amount of press in the days since because Mendoza Tweeted the following about three hours prior to the fatal accident:

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Jermaine Lloyd, from Augusta, Georgia, may not have exposed himself to a group of children a la Peewee Herman, but he was arrested for indecent exposure.

Authorities found him hiding behind a tree while naked except for a pair of hot pink heels and a turban. At the time he was trying to put on a pair of pink women's panties. 

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Doria Tillier is a woman of her word. Even when her word means doing her job naked. And no, it's not because she was doing porn.

Tillier is a French weather forecaster and a big, big fan of the French national football team Les Bleus. Prior to her team's defeat of the team from the Ukraine in a game that would send the winner on to the World Cup, Tillier made a deal with...uh...the patron saint of nakedness?

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One in eight babies in the United States is born premature. Benjamin Scott and wife Lyndsey became parents to one of these tiny miracles when their son Miles was born 15 weeks early weighing just 1.5 pounds. 

Scott, who is a filmmaker and photographer for Abercrombie & Fitch, picked up his camera and started filming Miles' life, starting with the first time the new mom got to hold her little fighter.

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