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  1. His emotional support squirrel could get him evicted, but he won't live without her

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    Ryan Boylan and Brutis are inseparable pals.

    Brutis, a squirrel, perches on the shoulder of Ryan Boylan. The Clearwater Beach man is fighting with his condo board. He says the squirrel is an emotional support animal. The board says exotic pets are not allowed.
  2. Police: Naked burglar bursts into Florida woman's home, tries on her clothes, rolls around in yard

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    Authorities say a naked Florida man burst into a woman's home, ran around inside and then tried on some of her clothes before he was arrested.

    Authorities say a naked Florida man, Joseph Vaglica, burst into a woman's home, ran around inside and then tried on some of her clothes before he was arrested.
  3. Don't fight, Ivana and Melania

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    Things are getting a little Real Housewives around the White House.

    FILE - In this May 9, 2016 file photo, Ivana Trump, ex-wife of President Donald Trump, attends the Fashion Institute of Technology Annual Gala benefit in New York. First lady Melania Trump is pushing back at Donald Trump's first wife for referring to herself as first lady. (Photo by Michael Zorn/Invision/AP, File)
  4. Flutes contaminated with semen might have been given to children, school officials warn

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    Several school districts in Southern California warned parents this weekend that flutes and recorders given to children through a nonprofit music program may have been contaminated with bodily fluids. At least one district specified that those fluids could have been semen.

    California school officials are concerned that flutes exposed to semen may have been given to children.
  5. Video captures shark attack on seal at crowded beach


    ORLEANS, Mass. — A shark attack on a seal at a Cape Cod beach sent beachgoers scrambling, and surfers a few yards away had to frantically swim to shore.

    Thayer Wade captured video of  a shark attacking a seal off a Cape Cod beach. His uncle Pat O'Brien shared the video on Twitter.
  6. 12-foot alligator catch follows an 11-footer caught the night before


    Catching an 11-foot alligator might be considered a once-in-a-lifetime achievement, but four Florida Panhandle men who did that Wednesday turned around an captured a 12-foot gator the next night.

    Nick Naylor poses with the 12-foot-6 alligator pulled from Blackwater Bay on Thursday night. [Courtesy of Nick Naylor, John Booker, Kenny Way and Casey Shields]
  7. Fort Myers woman arrested for doing cocaine off iPhone in parent pick-up line

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    A Fort Myers woman was arrested Tuesday after police saw her snorting cocaine off her iPhone while in the parent pick-up line at a Lee County middle school.

    Christina Hester, 39, faces two different drug-related charges, according to police records. [Lee County Sheriff's Office]
  8. Lucky carrot: Alberta woman finds mother-in-law's lost ring

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    CAMROSE, Alberta — A Canadian woman who lost her engagement ring 13 years ago while weeding her garden on the family farm is wearing it proudly again after her daughter-in-law pulled it from the ground on a misshapen carrot.

    In an undated photo provided by Iva Harberg, Mary Grams, 84, holds a carrot that grew through her engagement ring in Alberta, Canada. Grams, who lost her diamond ring 13 years ago while pulling weeds in her garden, is wearing it proudly again after her daughter-in-law pulled it from the ground on a misshapen carrot. Grams, 84, said she can't believe the vegetable actually grew through and around the diamond engagement ring she had given up for lost. [Iva Harberg/The Canadian Press via AP]
  9. Police: Stripper from Tampa thought his partner was a cannibal so he stabbed him in the eyes

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    A male stripper from Tampa is accused of stabbing his partner multiple times in the eyes with a pen after he suspected he was a cannibal, according to WTVJ and a report acquired by the station.

    Justin Calhoun
  10. That noise in the attic? It's a 6-foot boa constrictor


    When Bob van der Herchen of Englewood went to investigate the sounds in his attic he found a 6-foot long boa constrictor that had likely been living there for two to four years.

    A trapper pulled the 6-foot-long boa constrictor from the attic space of Bob van der Herchen's Englewood home. [Image from video]