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>> No. 36631 Anonymous
13th January 2022
Thursday 8:22 am
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Pensioner blames £3 M&S tuna and sweetcorn sandwich for 'terrible tummy ache'

https://www.hullPlease don't ban me.co.uk/news/hull-east-yorkshire-news/pensioner-blames-3-ms-tuna-6458790

That's it. That's literally it. A pensioner ate a sandwich and got tummy ache. It's never dull in Hull.

I challenge you lads to find a more pointless news story than this.
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>> No. 36632 Anonymous
13th January 2022
Thursday 8:26 am
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I challenge you to find the existing thread for such strories.
>> No. 36633 Anonymous
13th January 2022
Thursday 8:28 am
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>>36632
It's about 1,850 posts long, it's time for a new thread.
>> No. 36636 Anonymous
13th January 2022
Thursday 9:17 am
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>>36633
Your mum needs a new thread IYKWIM
>> No. 36637 Anonymous
13th January 2022
Thursday 9:29 am
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>>36636
I'd give her a few days, she's just had a tuna and sweetcorn sandwich.
>> No. 36697 Anonymous
21st January 2022
Friday 10:27 pm
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>Gardaí are investigating the death of an elderly man in Carlow town, whose body was brought into a post office by two other men, in what appeared to be an attempt to claim the deceased man’s pension.

>The bizarre series of events began when a man entered the post office premises of Hosey’s shop and post office on Staplestown Road at about 11.30 am on Friday, seeking to collect the weekly pension on behalf of another man. He was informed by a staff member that the man himself would have to be present if payment of the pension was to be made.

>This man left and a short time later two men, accompanied by a third man in his 60s, entered the post office. These two men are appear have sought pension payment for the third man, who appeared to be propped up. A woman who had become suspicious of the men’s movements alerted a post office staff member and no cash was handed over. The body of the deceased was then left at the scene when the two men fled after suspicions were raised.

https://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland/irish-news/garda%C3%AD-investigating-after-man-s-body-used-in-apparent-attempt-to-claim-pension-1.4782598

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