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WARNING!... YOU'LL GET SICK! ... NO FOOLING! ... THIS IS TERRIBLE, AWFUL, JUVENILE, DISGUSTING STUFF! ... HIDE THE CHILDREN!

A student eating at a high school cafeteria in Hyannis, MA. found a slice of a human thumb in her sandwich. The unwelcome appendage belonged to a cafeteria worker who had an accident with a vegetable slicer.

A woman in Warner Robbins, Texas, woke up to find her bottom lip gone. It had been chewed off by her pet poodle while she was in a deep sleep induced by pain medication.

Dime-sized gobs of poop rained from the sky over Richfield, Utah, splattering homes, backyards and hottubs. Health officials couldn't explain the source.

A Chinese tiger keeper was mauled after trying to defecate on one of the big cats. The 18-year-old had climbed the railings at the Bengal tiger cage and dropped his trousers when he fell in.

Nedra Russell, a Detroit police officer, found a live mouse in her box of Kentucky Fried Chicken. She screamed and slammed the lid shut. Her three children kept the mouse as a pet.

Police near Calcutta, India found 86 human skulls at a bus stand after people complained of a bad smell coming from an unclaimed bag. All the skulls had been neatly sawn off and some had brain tissue sticking to them.

A Michigan man was accused of cutting up and cooking his wife. Kevin Artz allegedly killed his wife with a metal pipe and cooked her for two days at their family restaurant. His lawyer said a blot clot on his brain might've caused him Artz to go insane.

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