That must have been a first for local law enforcement.  A man called the police complaining about “loud panting” coming from under the entrance stairs of his house.   Turned out that a pair of hedgehogs had been mating there for about 20 minutes. Turned out that if the man had not called, the fun would have gone on for hours.  BTW, no arrests were made...
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That must have been a first for local law enforcement. A man called the police complaining about "loud panting" coming from under the entrance stairs of his house.

Turned out that a pair of hedgehogs had been mating there for about 20 minutes. If the man had not called, the fun would have gone on for hours.

BTW, no arrests were made...

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Anyone out there wanna be the best like no one ever was - but in the sheets?...Well these Pokémon-inspired dildos might be just what you're looking for.

Specifically, 'Pokémoan' is a creation from Geeky Sex Toys, a workshop of self-proclaimed 'cheeky nerds', currently based out of Brisbane, Australia. Brace yourself folks, cause some of the following images aren't exactly 'office-friendly'!

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The Mayor of Dusseldorf has blocked off a bridge in the city so that players can catch pocket monsters in safety.

The Girardet bridge has Pokestops at either end and is a hotspot for players, with people coming from as far away as Holland to get in on the action!

Düsseldorf residents ordered to pay up for 'Hitler asphalt'
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Düsseldorf residents ordered to pay for construction of a road that began in 1937 and was only finished in 2009. They must now pay up to 14,000 euros!

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Hey, remember that stupid, viral challenge a few summers ago that had celebrities and your weird aunt on Facebook alike dumping a bucket of ice water over their heads? A lot of people at the time criticized it for being the same kind of "slacktivism" as a filter on your profile picture or a status update. Well, for once, we have good news. THIS ACTUALLY DID SOMETHING. According to the ALS Association, this trend raised $115 million, $77 million went to research which so far has found at least three new gene variants that can be linked to ALS. Here's a nifty infographic showing what happened after people started dousing themselves in ice water.


viaALS Association

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