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Weird wide world: Table leg used to break out of 14th century jail & other odd stories
By Jason Fields, Digital First Media
Posted: 01/03/2013 11:05:42 AM PST
Updated: 01/03/2013 11:25:06 AM PST
Weird wide world: Table leg used to break out of 14 century jail & other odd stories
A weekly collection of some of the oddest news to be found on the planet.A less than bitter battle: 200 years of a very strange festivalRevelers take part in festival of Els Enfarinats, in the town of Ibi near Alicante, Spain, on Friday. (AP/Alberto Saiz)For 200 years the inhabitants of Ibi, Spain, annually participate in a strange ritual. Forces representing chaos take over the town in the morning and issue fines to residents who violate silly rules. Through the day, ...
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