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The photos include a green mush and bizarre-looking burgers.
Food in the nude if you're not a prude.
"One guest asked me what time the 24-hour gym opened!"
Note to self: Do not get arrested after drinking in Norway!
The tourist attractions that are far smaller (and more disappointing) than you think.
Gatwick Airport, and their car park operator Empark, have now announced that the employee in question has been fired.
The misbehaving couple — strangers before the flight — are not expected to be criminally charged, but rather will only have to pay fines.
A suspended British High Court judge who complained about lost luggage 33 times during a case involving British Airways has quit, thus retiring before his disciplinary hearing can start.
If you tried, you couldn't make up more-stupid airline behavior.
Really, just really?!
From Alaska’s ‘bridge to nowhere’ to Pyongyang’s Hotel of Doom, via a €1bn arts centre that leaks, here are the world’s most high-profile wastes of capital.
The pictures range from cracked engines to cute animals.
His journey to becoming the king of the Radiator Springs ride began in 2012.
A push against the Disney Landification of cities like Venice and Barcelona.
"While checking, they found that the pelvic area was unusually large."
One can always depend upon the kindness of the Brits!
The 48-year-old woman and 28-year-old man were total strangers before the flight.
Read about 10 corn mazes in which to get lost and (eventually) find your way back to civilization.
There's a rising demand for special service from people claiming allergies. But are these claims real, or just them trying to satisfy their preferences?
More than 100 cockroaches were found on two international flights bound for the southern Chinese city of Kunming.
What could possibly go wrong?
Comic actor Sacha Baron Cohen has offered to pay the fines for six Czech tourists reportedly detained by authorities in Kazakhstan’s capital Astana for dressing up as his character Borat.
There are two - count them - theories as to why.
The 93-year-old Mugabe is the only leader that Zimbabwe has known since its independence from Britain in 1980.
It was a nice ride while it lasted.
Time-crunched business travelers are helping to keep most airport shoeshine stands in business.
Authorities in the Austrian city say phone users are increasingly walking into objects.
And a 747 has hundreds of buttons and switches.
Ah, political corruption. One of the few world-wide phenomenons.
The man who grabbed the microphone at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport has been immortalized in a viral video.