Couple who were murdered in their home ‘became friends with their killers after meeting at furries conventions but later banned the two men from seeing their teenage daughter’

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Frank Felix and Josh Acosta

Reports: Daily Mail

Two men arrested over the killings of a California couple were friends with the victims’ teenage daughter after going to the same ‘furry’ events where many participants dress up in animal costumes, it has been claimed.

Jennifer Yost, 39, and her husband Christopher Yost, 34, were found dead in their Fullerton home along with family friend Arthur ‘Billy’ Boucher, 28 on Saturday.

A family friend claims suspect Frank Felix, 25, had been forbidden from seeing the Yosts’ 17-year-old daughter, Katlynn Goodwill Yost.

‘Is she ok?’ Bizarre image of woman in a wedding dress walking alone in a shopping centre sparks concern amongst social media users

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wedding dress

Reports: Daily Mail

A bizarre picture of a woman in a wedding dress and walking alone has caused concern among social media users.

Reddit user Fort-Glen uploaded an image of a woman walking on her own through the Box Hill Central shops, west of Melbourne, at 7am on Monday.

He captioned: ‘Help finding out who she is and is she ok? What kind of weekend has she had?’

When a wedding prank goes VERY wrong: Groom nearly dies after a group of excited guests spray fire extinguishers at him

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wedding prank

Reports: Daily Mail

This is the moment a wedding prank in China goes wrong, almost killing the groom at a wedding ceremony.

In the footage, the guests can be seen spraying the groom with multiple fire extinguishers as he shouts that he can’t breathe.

Some bystanders heard the man choking and called emergency services for help.

Worker at the Canadian mint ‘steals $180,000 worth of gold which was just lying around in buckets and smuggles it out by putting it up his backside’

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Canadian mint

Reports: Daily Mail

A worker at the Canadian Mint has been accused of stealing $180,000 worth of gold by smuggling the nuggets out of the fortress by inserting them into his rectum.

A bank employee became suspicious after Leston Lawrence, who denies theft, lodged 18 checks from Ottawa Gold Buyers over a four-month period between 2014 and 2015.

The bank worker alerted authorities when she noticed Lawrence worked at the Canadian Mint.

‘It’s great to see you again!’ Brazilian fisherman hugs his PENGUIN pal who swims 5,000 miles to see him every year after he saved its life in 2011

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PENGUIN

Reports: Daily Mail

New photos have been released of the touching moment a Brazilian fisherman hugs his penguin friend who swims 5,000 miles to see him every year after he saved his life in 2011.

The penguin, called Dindim, was snapped in the village of Proveta on September 5 on Ilha Grande island, Brazil.

Retired bricklayer and part-time fisherman Joao Pereira de Souza, 71, discovered the tiny penguin languishing on rocks in 2011.

Flipping incredible! Two girls pull off a jaw-dropping double bottle flip with one landing ON TOP of the other after trying the popular online trick

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Flipping incredible

Reports: Daily Mail

Two girls trying to perform the popular bottle flipping trend are going viral after failing at the trick in the most glorious way possible.

The trick attempted in the clip was made popular by a video featuring Mike Senatore, a senior at Ardrey Kell High School in Charlotte, North Carolina, who was the hit of his school’s talent show when he calmly walked up to a table and flipped a water bottle upright, causing the crowd to go wild.

But when two girls named Olivia and Maddie tried it out on camera while at home, they shocked themselves when their two bottles landed perfectly with one on top of the other.

Selfie obsessed? Astonishing image shows entire crowd with backs turned to snap perfect picture of themselves with Hillary Clinton

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Selfie obsessed

Reports: Daily Mail

It’s a picture which perfectly captures our obsession with the selfie.

Taken at an Orlando campaign event, it shows Hillary Clinton smiling and waving at a crowd who have their back turned on her. In each of her supporters’ hands is a camera ready to snap the perfect selfie with the presidential candidate.

The photo has already been retweeted more than 20,000 times since it was posted to Twitter by a campaign staffer on Sunday.

Justice for the forgotten: Police exhume four unidentified murder victims – including a newborn baby found in the trash – in the hope of finally giving them names

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Reports: Daily Mail

Pennsylvania police exhumed four unidentified homicide victims on Monday, hoping that forensic scientists can finally name them.

One of them, an unnamed woman, was found in 1973 by a motorist, wrapped in a blanket on the side of the interstate. She was wearing shorts, a pink blouse with lace trim, and floral-print slippers. The woman had been doused in sulfuric acid.

Pennsylvania State Police spent three months trying to identify the partially decomposed body, then closed the case.

‘I’m with her!': Will & Grace cast reunites for mini-episode to boost voter turnout for Hillary

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Eric McCormack

Reports: Daily Mail

Will & Grace is back – for one 10-minute mini-episode, at least.

After dropping a number of hints on social media these past few days, the multi-talented cast of the now-defunct NBC hit sitcom came together to shoot a sketch aimed at encouraging the public to vote in the US presidential election.

Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally, and Sean Hayes revived their colorful and zany characters that entertained viewers for eights seasons on a hit show that was considered instrumental in helping to bring tolerance of homosexuality into the mainstream.