UK Police Will Break Up Family Christmas Gatherings?
(And more WORLD NEWS JOKES)
In China, a man covered himself in 140 pounds of bees for a new world record. When the previous guy was asked how it felt to have his record broken, he said, "Really stings."
In Canada, police did an undercover operation and seized $150 million worth of pot, three kangaroos and two zebras. Apparently the weed growers were trying to blend Australian and African strains and things just got way out of hand.
In the Philippines, a policeman was killed by a rooster during a raid on an illegal cockfight. Police are furiously investigating to find out who sold the gun to the rooster.
In Germany, police broke up a 600-person fetish party because they were breaking COVID-19 protocols. Apparently when the police stormed in with tazers and batons, everyone at the party was like: oh yeaaaah.
In the UK, a 111-foot-long Lego bridge made a new Guinness world record. Not for longest lego bridge, but for biggest waste of time.
And one more from the UK. British law enforcement officials say they are prepared to enter people's homes to break-up illegal family Christmas gatherings. But as a silver lining, they're promising to enter houses through the chimney.