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Burglar caught after leaving left name and address at scene of crime

And other stories from the stranger side of life

A burglar has been caught after leaving a rucksack containing his name and address at the scene of a crime. Malcolm Pyke broke into a garage in East Herrington, Sunderland, and stole £150 of cleaning equipment. Police found a bag he had left behind which contained letters featuring both his name and address. When officers visited his home, they found the stolen equipment.

Airline food to go on sale in supermarkets  

An airline in Finland is offering those who miss the taste of airline food the chance to enjoy it at home. Finnair has announced that Taste of Finnair meals will be available to buy at supermarkets across Finland. “We want to offer the opportunity for a Finnair experience and everyday luxury at home, now that travel has been restricted in many ways,” a spokesperson said.

Pizza delivery driver breaks world record 

A pizza delivery driver has unofficially broken a Guinness World Record by folding 18 cardboard pizza boxes in one minute. Randy DeGregorio, from New Jersey, said he discovered his skill during downtime at work. “You kind of compete with other drivers and say who can fold them the fastest. And over time, I started to realize that, hey, I’m pretty good at this,” he said.

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