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Tuesday 28 November 2023 Dublin: 1°C

# Yuck

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'It's bird, dog, horse, cow, and people poo': Swimmers warned to stay out of the water near Melbourne
There’s a bit of a nasty surprise waiting in the water.
KFC have made a chicken wing/pizza hybrid
It looks…rank.
This futuristic bathroom door handle has a trick up its sleeve
It’s probably the most advanced bathroom door handle you’ll see today, or ever.
The wet and windy weather is on the way
An 8-year-old girl busted the McDonald's burger 'no rot' myth
Turns out they do have a use-by date.
Secret video shows student allegedly spitting into her roommates' food
Her roommates filmed her in the kitchen.
Surprise hospital checks uncover dirty portable toilets and mattresses
HIQA says all hospitals could do more to improve hand hygiene.
Baby girl reacts hilariously to tasting pineapple for the first time
IT’S DISGUSTING. Give me more.
Man sent to jail... for buying and eating three tigers
He bought the tigers for “a huge amount of money”, Chinese media says.
Turns out that hand dryers can spread bacteria
That’s according to a new study from the University of Leeds.
Ireland isn't a pretty sight right now
Heavy rain predicted earlier has arrived.
Kids taste coffee for the first time, remind you that it's actually disgusting
It doesn’t really taste NICE, does it. You need it, but it’s not NICE.
7 Instagram photos that will make you feel better about your cooking
We feel sick.
8 revolting things you're forced to confront in your everyday life
Why God, why?
Going to the bar for shots...of olive oil and vinegar
The Canadian city of Winnipeg has an odd new trend, with new tasting bars popping up.
What is Robin Thicke's hand doing in this picture?
And no, that is not his wife.
Do you know what dogs and babies hate? Lemons
And here’s the video evidence.
Who's got the dirtiest desk?
Lawyers and accountants have the dirtiest desks, according to a new survey. How dirty is yours?
Gutter journalism: reporter gets drenched in sea foam whilst covering Irene
Tucker Barnes went to extraordinary and some might say unnecessary lengths to cover Hurricane Irene.
Drought forces town to recycle urine
A Texan town has been hit so hard by drought that it will begin recycling treated effluent and turning it into drinking water.
D'you want flies with that? Irish eaters find 'foreign objects' in their food
Food Safety Authority reveals that insects and random objects were found in people’s meals in 2010.
Average human eats 450g of insects a year
But apparently that’s not a bad thing! Insects are high in protein, iron and zinc, says new Dutch research.