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Fake News (11/05/18)

Jeweler Selling Moms Necklaces Made Of Babies' Umbilical Cords (REAL)

A Florida-based jeweler has come up with an interesting way for mothers to show their love for their newborn children. Ruth Avra makes special necklaces… made out of babies’ umbilical cord stumps.

After being cut, the umbilical cord falls off between seven and 21 days. Avra can then set the stump in silver and seal it with resin for a keepsake that can be worn forever. They go for just $200 dollars and can be purchased on her website.

It turns out she’s not the only one making the unique jewelry for moms, either. Speckled Milk offers a gem ring that can be made from the umbilical cord stump, a lock of hair, ashes, placenta, pet fur or ashes, or even breastmilk.

Source: New York Post

Foul-Mouthed Grandma Calls 911 Demanding A Ride To Bingo (REAL)

Lena Taylor, a 90-year-old retiree from England, has been sentenced to 12-months community service after admitting to making hundreds of “abusive” 911 calls cursing and demanding pastries and rides to bingo. She appeared in court many times for the offenses, reportedly making 420 calls to the emergency service in the span of a month-and-a-half.

While the court was told that Taylor called 911 a few times requesting an ambulance, with only one of them calling for actual medical treatment. In fact, she treated it more like a delivery service than an emergency service. For example, during one of the calls asking for an ambulance, she said, “Bring me a cup of tea and a pasty – hurry up I’m starving.”

As for the other few hundred calls, they were laced with profanity and didn’t sound much like emergencies. “I’ve done my dinner, I need someone to take me to bingo to keep me calm,” she reported as saying during one cleaner call. “I’m not going to sit in this house all day.”

Source: Chronicle Live

Zoo Under Fire For Letting Guests Pay To Enter Tiger Enclosure (FAKE)

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