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Nightclub holds drive-in rave in car park

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A German nightclub has bypassed lockdown restrictions by hosting a drive-in rave in its car park. Club Index, in the town of Schuttorf, allowed entry to 250 cars, each carrying a maximum of two party people. The headliner was Dutch DJ Devin Wild, who livened up the crowd with some car horn-based audience participation.

Mayor uses chicken manure to discourage revellers

Authorities in a city in Sweden are spreading chicken manure in a park to discourage people from gathering for an annual spring festival. The mayor of Lund said the move has an additional benefit: “It is good for the lawn, as chicken manure contains a lot of phosphorus and nitrogen, so that we have a really nice city park for the summer season.”

Woman claims sperm smoothies protect against Covid-19 

A Buckinghamshire woman claims that drinking smoothies containing a shot of sperm has helped to boost her immune system and fight off the Covid-19 coronavirus. Personal trainer Tracy Kiss, 32, says the concoction is made using donations from her boyfriend. She said: “The quantity depends on how hydrated my boyfriend is on the day. I sometimes have a shot or disguise the taste in a smoothie with fresh berries and bananas.”

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