Weird News

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January 23, 2016

A jealous man forced his wife to walk through New York City naked after he saw naked pictures on her phone.

A video clip has emerged online showing the slim brunette holding her cleavage and walking on the sidewalk, as a man can be heard saying in Spanish: "Take off your towel and pay the price for the shame I feel after telling you how pretty you were and that I wanted to start a family with you, but in the meantime you were talking to seven other men." Some viewers believe it could be a stunt.

A musician's violin began playing on its own in the middle of the night and when he went to check on it, what he discovered was more creepy than a ghost.

The man summoned the courage to get up and investigate the "soft sound, certainly audible and unmistakable" of his violin strings being plucked and worried it could be a musical poltergeist moving the strings.

However, when he picked up his camera to film the phenomena, he found a spider using all eight of its legs to walk the strings like they were made of web. He said on social media site Reddit: "I called her Paganini. She lived in my window for several weeks after this."

A pub has advertised for "topless barmaids" to increase trade.

An advert stunned locals by saying: 'Vacancy: Topless barmaids required. Call Claire or pop in at The Portman'.

However, Claire, Miss Higginbotham, who has run the pub since November 2012, said: "I just wanted to put feelers out.

"I am not advertising it as a strip club or anything like that, just a themed night every now and then. It was a one-off, we had permission from our landlords.

"But it is not something we are going to do, from the responses we got back."

The Portman Hotel in Bournemouth, Dorset, has now taken the advert down.

Stephen Mulhern is challenging people to share their best 'freezie' faces as part of a new social media campaign.

The TV presenter will be asking the nation to open their freezers and take a 'freezie' selfie picture in order to win PS50 worth of Iceland vouchers every day this week.

The TV presenter said: "First it was the selfies, then the belfies (not me) and now January may just be the month for the freezies. We can't wait to see everyone's freezie faces ... at a time when we're all feeling the pinch."

Other celebs to pose for a freezie is Mysterious Girl singer Peter Andre, after Iceland teamed up with Birds Eye for the challenge. And according to YouGov research, the nation is sitting on a PS2.5 billion fortune of unused frozen food in their freezers.