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  1. Mark Zaid, the attorney representing the whistleblower who sounded the alarm on President Donald Trump's dealings with Ukraine and triggered an impeachment inquiry, tells ABC News that he is now representing a second whistleblower who has spoken with the inspector general. Zaid tells ABC News' Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos that the second person -- also described as an intelligence official -- has first-hand knowledge of some of the allegations outlined in the original complaint and has been interviewed by the head of the intelligence community's internal watchdog office, Michael Atk
  2. A man who has been given the cruel nickname 'alien' due to his enlarged head is desperate for surgery so he can meet a woman and get married. Labourer Anshu Kumar, 22, is hoping that doctors can finally diagnose the mystery condition he has, which has left him with narrow, deep-set eyes and a larger than average head, so that he can then go and have surgery. Anshu, from Punjab, India, who is unable to grow more than a narrow strip of hair on his head, explained he has never been given a name for the condition and that it is stopping him from finding a wife. He said:
  3. Donald Trump's choice of hairdo is, to say the least, unusual. We know this. There are all kinds of haircuts out there, but very few are quite like The Donald's. His trademark barnet has often been used as a focal point for a bit of presidential piss-taking, be that through the use of inflatable babies and chickens with quiffs, or just any time his hair tries to escape as he boards an aircraft. Wolff says the president's hair is the result of dye, spray and scalp reduction surgery. Credit: PA But just how exactly has his hair got to be such a state? Well, apparently
  4. Have you ever found yourself lying in bed, unable to sleep and thinking, the problem with this pillow is that it just doesn't give enough support - I wish I was lying on a bum instead...? No? Well, the chances are you're probably in the majority, but if you have, then you're in luck! An inventor in the United States has created exactly that, an arse pillow. 'Amusingly' named the 'Buttress Pillow', the 'ergonomic' designed cushion comes in the shape of the human bum. The result of a kickstarter campaign last year, it is available to order online, should you so wish. S
  5. So you've just become Miss Africa, a major achievement. You've been waiting years, maybe your whole life, for this moment. This is your time, all eyes are on you. This should be the happiest day of your life, right? Nothing can ruin this for you. Nothing. Sadly, that wasn't quite the case for this year's winner, Docras Kasinde, whose head set on fire during the ceremony. Yes. Her head. On fire. Her reign as this year's Miss Africa got off to the worst possible start when her hair caught light just as the trophy was being handed over to her. According to reports,
  6. 18-year-old Rhys Williams thought he was quick enough to escape the reach of the long arm of the law. Spoiler alert, he wasn't. A police officer quickly apprehend the teenage drug dealer, and was directing him to his squad car when Williams began complaining of sore feet. So the officer did what he thought was best, and hurled Williams onto his shoulder and carried him off like a bag of grain. And did we mention that Williams had shred all of his clothes down to his underwear? Even the officer couldn't help but laugh. Williams was just one member of a drug-dealing ga
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