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Sprinklegate, LEGO arrests, nude activism

Researchers are seeking “walrus detectives” to spot walruses from space. Sources say that this job title would constitute the coolest LinkedIn headline ever (Oct. 14).

Sprinklegate: British bakery Get Baked shut down for a day after a customer reported them for using illegal American sprinkles (Oct. 14).

Three hundred Israelis posed nude and painted for a stunt highlighting the disappearing Dead Sea (Oct. 19).

My kind of criminal: A LEGO set trafficker has been arrested after stealing more than $10,000 in Star Wars memorabilia (Oct. 19). 

Poetic justice: A seven-foot-tall Harambe statue has been put up across from Wall Street’s Charging Bull. The Charging Bull is now covered in bananas (Oct. 19).

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