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Updated : Apr 29, 2009


Bowled Over

Malaysia's elite bowlers were left skittled at Kuala Lumpur airport when officials demanded excess baggage fees before allowing the national team to fly to the World Ranking Masters in Singapore.

The team's weighty equipment, specially drilled bowling balls, tipped the scales at the airport leaving the five competitors rattled, team manager Cheah Ban Cheng said.

"It was an ordeal for the bowlers... having to negotiate with the officers of the Malaysian Airlines to reduce the charges for the excess baggage," Cheng told Malaysia's newspaper.
"Finally, our extra load was reduced from 70kg to 15kg."

The team eventually settled a bill of 2,600 Ringgit (495 pounds), Cheng said.
Tenpin Bowling is a hugely popular mass-participation sport in Malaysia.

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Vodka Binge and then some

Russians are no strangers to vodka, but a binge by one laid off factory worker who consumed an estimated eight bottles in a session had even seasoned doctors gasping in astonishment.
Sergei Kondratyev, from Yekaterinburg city, told the Komsomolskaya Pravda newspaper he had just been laid off and, feeling "awfully disappointed," headed to a grocery store for a bottle of vodka and two lumps of cream cheese.

A friend soon joined the 32-year-old, whom the newspaper noted was of large stature and thus presumably able to take his drink, and after that, his recollection of events became hazy.

"We did the analysis and gasped. According to the most modest estimate, this man drank no less than eight bottles," said the chief neurosurgeon at

Yekaterinburg's hospital number 23, Stanislav Chursin, commenting as his patient recovered from a coma.

"His blood contained, as a minimum, twice the deadly dose."

The patient, described by the newspaper as clutching his head while he was interviewed, has vowed not to touch another drop.

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Jail Tag Wont Stop Butler Serve Countess

A butler has been given permission to remove his electronic tag, so he can continue to serve a countess with his legendary scrambled eggs.
Gary Lindley, 34, who once served at Buckingham Palace, was made the subject of a curfew order after a drunken brawl in his local pub, reports the Daily Mail.

Part of his punishment was to stay at home between 9pm and 9am but he claimed he was often required to stay over for his work at the Countess of Arran's Castle Hill Estate in Barnstaple, Devon.

Magistrates heard that Lindley needed to sleep overnight at the 18th century castle on a number of dates in May which would put him in breach of his curfew hours.

They agreed he could take the tag off during special occasions he was required as a butler but continue to adhere to the sentence at other times.

 

 

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