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23 May 2007
Folklaw: 25 May 2007
Chinese grandad wants justiceIn an inspirational story from China, an 87-year-old grandfather has begun studying law after being disappointed by the ...
17 May 2007
Folklaw: 18 May 2007
Keeper’s adoption bid to protect chimpA British woman, eager to save a chimpanzee from the jaws of evil pharmaceutical companies is filing for adop...
11 May 2007
Folklaw: 11 May 2007
Cat-struck woman to sue 200Without needing to resort to metaphorical gags regarding excessive rainfall or the perils of curiosity, Folklaw brings the...
4 May 2007
Folklaw: 4 May 2007
Home-wrecker lawyer loses million dollar inheritanceIn a lesson to lawyers the nation over who deal with wills, an American attorney is facing seriou...
27 Apr 2007
Folklaw: 27 April 2007
Move over Bra Boys — it’s time for surfing lawyers!Just when you thought lawyers couldn’t get any cooler, along came hip new group the Aust...
20 Apr 2007
Folklaw: 20 April 2007
Partners described as unattractive Folklaw has heard from a secret source that a top Australian law firm is manned by unfortunate partners who’ve a...
12 Apr 2007
Folklaw: 13 April 2007
Mouse tries on bank robberyAn Estonian mouse has attempted a daring heist by climbing into an ATM and consuming a few thousand dollars worth of bank ...
5 Apr 2007
Folklaw: 6 April 2007
Law students weighed down with merchandiseAs the Sydney Law Careers Fair attracted fresh blood in the form of students to Darling Harbour recently, F...
29 Mar 2007
Folklaw: 30 March 2007
Elderly man glues himself to roofGerman police were called to an unusual rescue when they heard reports a 91-year-old man had stuck himself to his ro...
20 Mar 2007
Folklaw: 23 March 2007
Romanian mugger trapped by cesspitA Romanian robber landed in ‘it’ after falling into a cesspit while trying to evade police.The man from Moara V...
13 Mar 2007
Folklaw: 16 March 2007
German evades jail by living on 72ft aerialIn what may possibly be the most elaborate and dangerous plan to avoid prison, a German man survived 10 da...
8 Mar 2007
Folklaw: 9 March 2007
Thief reveals himself in eBay saleA British man with more hot air between the ears than in his stolen balloon was caught after posting the item on eB...
1 Mar 2007
Folklaw: 2 March 2007
Truant teen jailedA German schoolgirl has been locked away for deliberately missing school.Maggie Haineder, aged just 15, had skipped school for more...
22 Feb 2007
Folklaw: 16 February 2007
Song’s over for Canary Islands carnivalIn what would seem somewhat of an overreaction, a Spanish court has upheld complaints about a carnival made ...
9 Feb 2007
Folklaw 9 February 2007
Judge recommends ‘fat bastard’ tauntWebsite RollOnFriday has brought further news of the mysterious underbelly of British justice.A UK judge beca...
2 Feb 2007
Folklaw: 2 February 2007
Guard dog leaks away a fortuneA jeweller from Dusseldorf, in Germany, lost two suitcases full of gold and diamonds when his security guard stopped to...
25 Jan 2007
Folklaw: 26 January 2007
Bulky burglar dies inside cooling ductA US man died after becoming wedged inside the ventilation system of a store he was trying to break into.Kenneth...
17 Jan 2007
Folklaw: 19 January 2007
German sues for return of his prize assetKarl Spandl, 50, of Germany, awoke from surgery to find a rather unpleasant surprise — doctors had rem...
14 Dec 2006
Folklaw: 15 December 2006
Singing ‘Happy Birthday’ now not just for criminalsFollowing the passage of the Copyright Bill through the House of Representatives, Attorney-Gen...
6 Dec 2006
Folklaw: 8 December 2006
New Zealand woman like human sardineA Rotorua woman had a near brush with death when the blade of a tractor mower sliced her parked car in half lengt...
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