It’s true

  • The Pentagon (Headquarters of US Defence) has a plan to combat a zombie attack.
  • In 2006, a woman farted on a plane and tried to cover up the smell by lighting matches, causing an emergency landing.
  • Iran arrested 14 squirrels for spying in 2007.
  • There’s a toilet-themed restaurant in Taiwan, where food is served on miniature toilets.
  • Gandhi never won the Nobel Peace Prize, despite being nominated five times.
  • A British teacher in Sudan was arrested because she allowed her primary school class to name a teddy bear “Muhammad”.
  • In 2009, Nigerian Police arrested a goat on suspicion of attempted armed robbery.
  • In 2011, a woman bought a “non-visible” piece of art for $10,000.
  • Alexander the Great, Napoleon, Mussolini and Hitler, all suffered from ailurophobia, the fear of cats.
  • Nelson Mandela was not removed from the U.S. terror watch list 2008.
  • Cotton Candy was invented by a dentist.
  • In 2011, a monkey was arrested in Pakistan for crossing the border with India.
  • In 2012, a couple invited Queen Elizabeth II to their wedding as a joke, and she turned up.
  • As a child, Hitler wanted to be a priest.
  • Hitler was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1939.
  • Saddam Hussein wrote a romantic novel.
  • In Halden, a high-security prison in Norway, every cell has a flatscreen TV, an en-suite shower and fluffy, white towels. (No less than a hotel)
  • Global warming ‘solved’ a land dispute between India and Bangladesh:
    the island in dispute disappeared.
  • Mathematician Paul Erdos could calculate in his head, given a person’s age, how many seconds they had lived, when he was just 4 years old.
  • A Liverpool fan killed himself when his team was 3-0 down in the 2005 Champions League final’s first half. They came back to win the game in the second half.
  • President Theodore Roosevelt was shot in the chest during a campaign stop and he still finished his speech with a bullet lodged in him.
  • You can legally smash a car window to save pets from overheating in Florida.
  • When Dr. James Barry —a renowned British Army surgeon— died in 1865, they discovered it was actually a woman disguised as a man.
  • Dubai man Mohammad Basheer bought a lottery ticket before boarding an Emirates flight that crashed. He escaped the crash and won the lottery.
  • A scientist cracked his knuckles on one hand for over 50 years to prove it did not cause Arthritis.
  • John C. Beale, a man who pretended to be a CIA secret agent, flew around the world on first-class flights, stayed in high-end hotels and cost the taxpayers almost US$900,000.
  • In 2014, a man from Arizona stole a diamond worth US$160,000 and traded it for US$20 of weed.
  • In 1987, a man convinced 2.8 million people to send him a penny each for his college education.
  • A fake U.S. Embassy operated in Ghana for about a decade,issuing false visas and other documents until it was discovered in 2016.
  • Arthur Boycott, a pupil at Hereford Cathedral School, checked out a school library book. His granddaughter returned it 120 years later.
  • 18 years after Vietnamese man Ma Van Nhat had surgery for injuries sustained in a car crash, doctors found surgical scissors in his abdomen.
  • Mary Toft, an English woman, became the centre of considerable controversy when, in 1726, she convinced doctors that she had given birth to rabbits.

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