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Man breaks own record for... sitting in a barrel at the top of a pole

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An areal view shows Vernon Kruger, 52, standing in a barrel at the top of a pole 25 metres above the ground in Dullstroom on January 16, 2020. - Vernon Kruger is about to break a Guinness World record set by himself in 1997 where he sat on pole for 54 days. He started his new attempt on November 14, 2019 and by January 20, 2020 Kruger will reach his goal of spending 64 days sitting on pole. (Photo by ANTOINE DEMAISON / AFP) (Photo by ANTOINE DEMAISON/AFP via Getty Images)
A diver has set a new world record for the length of time spent sitting in a barrel at the top of a pole. Vernon Kruger is currently 80ft in the air i...
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Savvy mum saves £100 a month by batch cooking with cut-price meat and veg – and says it also saves her time

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But one clever mum has revealed how she saves £100 a month on meals - and a lot of time in the kitchen too. A clever mum has revealed how she saves £1...
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Bride and groom celebrate with wedding cake made ENTIRELY out of cheese

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A couple opted to have a cake made entirely from cheese on their wedding day
However, rather than opt for traditional sponge covered in icing, one couple decided to order a multi-tier masterpiece made entirely out of cheese. 6 ...
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Meghan Markle made a subtle outfit change while visiting women’s charities in Canada – for a sweet reason

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Prince Harry's wife, 38, kept things casual in a cream jumper, jeans and brown boots - a starkly different look to her usual royal wardrobe - for the ...
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Big enough for the whole squad! Lukaku splashes out on giant bed

Big enough for the whole squad! Lukaku splashes out on giant bed
MILAN, ITALY - JANUARY 14: Romelu Lukaku of FC Internazionale celebrates after scoring the opening goal during the Coppa Italia match between FC Internazionale and Cagliari Calcio at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza on January 14, 2020 in Milan, Italy. (Photo by Alessandro Sabattini/Getty Images)
Romelu Lukaku's enormous bed has raised eyebrows on Instagram after he shared pictures of himself settling into his new flat. The Inter Milan star tre...
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US ambassador's moustache causes uproar in South Korea

US ambassador's moustache causes uproar in South Korea
Mr Harris during his clean shaven navy days
The threat of nuclear war has hung over the peninsula for years - but it seems the US ambassador's moustache has got South Koreans bristling with ange...
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Airline sorry for forcing passenger to take pregnancy test

Airline sorry for forcing passenger to take pregnancy test
An airline has apologised after staff forced a passenger to take a pregnancy test before she was allowed to board a flight to Saipan. Part of the Nort...
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Hundreds of starlings found dead were 'avoiding bird of prey'

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The birds could also be seen in the bushes on either side of the road. Pic: Dafydd Edwards
The mystery of hundreds of starlings found dead on a road in Anglesey has been solved by police who think they were avoiding a predator. More than 200...
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Ghosn escape triggers Yamaha instrument case warning

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Carlos Ghosn prepares to hold his first news conference since his escape from Japan
Without context it might seem like a bit of a random warning but Yamaha is advising people not to try to climb inside musical instrument cases. The co...
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Love Islanders, celebs and MPs back Fabulous campaign to end danger of unregulated fillers

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Tory MPs and NHS doctors Dr James Davies, left, and Dr Dan Poulter, right, have backed The Sun's campaign
END the threat of unregulated cosmetic fillers. That's the call from celebrities, doctors and MPs who have today backed Fabulous' new Had Our Fill cam...
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