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5 Strange Incidents Of 2013

2013, like any other year, has seen countless events and incidents of all kind. There are always odd things that come out every year, and as 2013 draws nearer to it's end, we took a look at some of the strangest incidents this year, and have chosen 5 of the strangest incidents, which could also include cool, hilarious and sad factors in them.


Iceland Judge Halts Road-Building Project To Prevent Disturbance for Elves

Image Source: Mirror News


A judge has ruled the pausing of a road-building highway project because it might have an effect on the 'Elves' living there. According to Mirror News, Elf advocates in Iceland joined forces with environentalists to prevent the Icelandic Road and Coastal Commission from building a road on the area believed to be home to Elves. Between the course of the to-be-built road, there is an 'Elf Church', and people believe that Elves might live around there and the road could destroy the church and the Elves. Since a campaign run by 'Friends of Lava' got a large support, the road project has been halted until the Supreme Court of Iceland rules the issue, either cancelling or building the road.


Syrians Butcher Lion To Eat

Image Sorce : Social Networks

A group of Syrians butchered a lion, reported to be from the zoo called Al-Qarya al-Shama Zoo. The people or the source of the picture have not been identified. Some call them regular citizens who are hungry, while others call them rebels. It is an unsolved matter.


Chinese Woman Has Been Living Underground for 20 Years 


A 66 year old Chinese woman called Quan Youzhi has been living underground in the tunnels for over 20 years. Everyday she climbs down in the tunnels and spends the night there. She does not work there, but call the place home. The deserted underground compartment is near the Lido Park in the Chaoyang district, Beijing. The reason she told for living there is without a doubt, that she has no money. She lives there mainly in Winter because it is warm at the time, while in Summer she has to stay above-ground because it gets too hot in there. She has told that the officers shut down the lid but she opened her way down by using a saw when they left. Her 68 years old husband, Liu Wancang, lives in a similar tunnel but they rarely communicate because "he often quarrels with me".



 Image Sorce : Reuters



The tunnels were blocked with cement by the local Jiangtai community authority.


Yemeni Security Officers Charge Car Battery Using AK-47s


Image Sorce :  Al-Arabiya Urdu

In Yemen, there are over 50 million weapons in use of citizens, and they are quite a regular thing there. Reported by Al-Arabiya comes this strangely cool report that security officers were travelling in two cars. The battery of one car finished up, so they used the battery of the other car to charge it. Now, the interesting part is that they did not have any electric cables, instead they connected AK-47 guns to the batteries as a source of sending energy to the batteries, and it worked out.


British Medical Journal Finds in Research That Roughly 1 out of 200 Pregnant American Women Claim To Be a Virgin

According to a research report published by British Medical Journal, it has been found that roughly 1 out of 200 pregnant American women claim to be a virgin, saying that they have never had sex. Out of 5,340 women who reported a pregnancy, about 45 women claimed to be pregnant without having sex. Science and experts have laughed at such an idea, and calling it nothing but a lie and the idea of being pregnant without sex a myth.


What's the weirdest thing you've heard this year?
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Muhammad Junaid

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Published On Entertainment Ghost At Monday, December 23, 2013