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If you are not familiar with Uri Geller he is most notably known for his ability to bend spoons.
But his talants don't stop there, the Israeli is also a magician and self - proclaimed physic.
The illusionist who is a British citizen has now decided that he will be the one to put a stop to Brexit.
In an open letter to Teresa May he stressed that UK's exit from the EU was not right the decision.
In a bid to change the prime ministers mind he has asked his fellow Britons to join him twice daily for telepathic sessions that will be directed at May.
Geller claims that these burst of telepathy will result in tapping into the prime ministers mind.
This will then result in her making a decision to hold a second Brexit referendum.
If only we could use this kind of powers for all the things we want!
The Aerodynamic Man
A fear of flying means you will do anything to make sure that you have taken all safety precautions.
However, this guy may have taken it a tad too far.
A man boarding a plane in Moscow decided to strip down before joining the rest of the passengers on his flight.
Why you ask?
Because he believed that without his clothing he would be more aerodynamic.
We can only assume that he thought he was going to be outside the plane at some point in the flight.
The Russian man was of course detained by airport police.
Because lets be honest nobody wants to sit a long flight beside a naked man.
Call the police my cannabis is wrong
It's a terrible thing when you buy a product and it's just not the quality you expected.
However, there are no customer service helplines for cannabis buyers.
So what do you do when you have no outlet for your complaints and you need help?
Well, a man living in Ireland decided that the problem was so severe that he would head straight to the guards.
But things did not go plan as he of course ended up getting arrested when he presented the bag of cannabis at the garda station.
According to one of the guards on duty, “He said he had bought the drugs and believed them not to be of good quality and that was why he attended the garda station,”
He should have kept his receipt!