PUMP it up – a man with what may be an unusual fetish, or a very good Ebay account, was observed on CCTV helping himself to several breast pumps worth $1,100, reports the Gold Coast Bulletin.
The blazened robber strolled into a Runaway Bay department store on the north end of the Gold Coast at 6.45am 15 Jun, picked up the goods and allegedly refused to pay before leaving.
That night, around 7.30pm, a man allegedly took breast pumps and blood pressure monitors worth $1,570 from a pharmacy in Kintail Lane, Coomera.
Police said they are investigating similar offences in the area – if you recognise this man (below), call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Accurately predicting valuable sports results should win you immunity from any persecution, right? Not necessarilly, it seems.
The Japanese octopus oracle named Rabio, sitting in a paddling pool pontificating on FIFA World Cup found his fame gave him no protection from hungry Japanese diners.
Perhaps because the giant Pacific cephalopod accurately predicted that Japan would lose the big match, or just because he was irresistable, he became a sashimi lunch.
The fisherman who caught Rabio off the coast of Obira, Kimio Abe, said another octopus will be used to predict matches at Russia 2018.