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    New cat feeder features facial recognition software.

    Photo: July 25, 2014/Splash News

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    It brings a whole new meaning to the phrase, 'Cat Scan'. This new cat feeder uses facial recognition software to SCAN your pet's face to ensure it is getting the right amount of food and water.

    Photo: July 25, 2014/Splash News

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    The Bistro smart cat feeder also keeps track of a feline's calorie intake and can even be accessed remotely by a phone app.

    Photo: July 25, 2014/Splash News

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    Now, he says, Bistro allows owners to monitor what they are consuming - and find out remotely if anything changes.

    Photo: July 25, 2014/Splash News

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    It was inspired by a real cat called Momo that almost starved to death. Momo's owner Mu-Chi Sung, from Taiwan, founded his company 42ARK to help other owners. 'I have three cats, and how I fed them was I put the food in the bowl and had no idea what they're eating,' he told a US website.

    Photo: July 25, 2014/Splash News

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    Elvis Presley's Rolls-Royce Phantom V limousine is set to sell for $300,000 when it goes under the hammer.

    Photo: July 24, 2014/Splash News

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    Elvis owned the 1963 car for five years before he donated it to charity.

    Photo: July 24, 2014/Splash News

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    The King had it modified to include a telephone, a state-of-the-art radio and air-conditioning.

    Photo: July 24, 2014/Splash News

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    It also had electric windows, a drinks decanter, glasses and a microphone.

    Photo: July 24, 2014/Splash News

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    The car will be sold at auction by Bonhams at the Quail Lodge Auction in California on August 15.

    Photo: July 24, 2014/Splash News

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    Here is a crazy pink dog wearing miniature sunglasses.

    Photo: July 22, 2014/Splash News

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    Two fashionistas display their dyed pink dog wearing sunglasses during Mercedes-Benz Swim Week at Raleigh Hotel in Miami Beach, Florida.

    Photo: July 22, 2014/Splash News

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    A Six-spot Burnet moth pollinates on a thistle in Ladywell Park on July 21, 2014 in London, England. Many insects can be seen emerging during the summer months in local urban parks in the heart of the capital.

    Photo: July 22, 2014/Getty Images

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    As flowers come in to full bloom, butterflies, moths, bees and other insects play a vital role in the food chain by pollinating plants, and providing a source of food for predators such as bats.

    Photo: July 22, 2014/Getty Images

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    The caterpillars of moths such as the Six-spot Burnet rely solely on a small selection of plants such as Common Bird’s-foot Trefoil and plant Horseshoe Vetch, making it vital that green spaces, which cover 40 per cent of Greater London is managed and understood effectively.

    Photo: July 22, 2014/Getty Images

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    A Six-spot Burnet moth flies in search of nectar in Ladywell Park on July 22, 2014 in London, England. Many insects can be seen emerging during the summer months in local urban parks in the heart of the capital.

    Photo: July 22, 2014/Getty Images

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    An Adonis Blue Butterfly rests in the long grass in Ladywell Park on July 21, 2014 in London, England. Many insects can be seen emerging during the summer months in local urban parks in the heart of the capital.

    Photo: July 22, 2014/Getty Images

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    Festival goers wrestle in the mud during the annual Boryeong Mud Festival at Daecheon Beach on July 18, 2014 in Boryeong, South Korea.

    Photo: July 17, 2014/Getty Images

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    The mud, which is believed to have beneficial effects on the skin due to its mineral content, is sourced from mud flats near Boryeong and transported to the beach by truck.

    Photo: July 17, 2014/Getty Images

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    Looks like fun!

    Photo: July 17, 2014/Getty Images

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    Ahh!! Godzilla!!

    Photo: July 16, 2014/Getty Images

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    A 6.6 meter replica Godzilla is lit up during a press preview at Tokyo Midtown on July 17, 2014 in Tokyo, Japan.

    Photo: July 16, 2014/Getty Images

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    The 'MIDTOWN Meets GODZILLA' project is in collaboration with the Japan release of the Hollywood film version of 'Godzilla' The Godzilla built on the lawns of Tokyo Midtown will host a light show everynight complete with mist, audio and fire rays.

    Photo: July 16, 2014/Getty Images

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    A maze where the "grand reveal" happens in the middle.

    Photo: July 15, 2014/Splash News

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    Most mazes are designed to confuse but this one was devised to enlighten. From outside, the maze's cube-like shape conceals the puzzle behind its 20-foot-tall walls but on the inside, the walls slowly descend towards the center, which concludes with the grand reveal a "360 degree understanding of your path in and how to get out," said Bjarke Ingels, Founding Partner of BIG-Bjarke Ingels, the group of architects and designers who created the structure.

    Photo: July 15, 2014/Splash News

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    "The concept is simple: as you travel deeper into a maze, your path typically becomes more convoluted. We decided to invert this scenario and create a maze that brings clarity and visual understanding upon reaching the heart of the labyrinth," added Ingels, whose Copenhagen/New York-based company makes buildings aimed to improve the quality of life in ecological ways, within urban environments. The 57x57 feet installation of Baltic birch plywood is open until September 1st 2014, at the National Building Museum in Washington DC, USA.

    Photo: July 15, 2014/Splash News

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    Orphaned kangaroo joeys huddle together in a blanket at the Wildlife Victoria rescue centre in Melbourne, Australia.

    Photo: July 15, 2014/Splash News

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    The charity works to reducing the suffering of wildlife by providing an ambulance service for injured, sick and orphaned wildlife across the region.

    Photo: July 15, 2014/Splash News

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    They encourage members of the public to save their phone numbers so that their volunteer teams can dash out for emergency calls when animals are in need.

    Photo: July 15, 2014/Splash News

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    A Japanese clothing brand is selling jeans "custom ripped" by wild animals.

    Photo: July 14, 2014/Splash News

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    Zoo Jeans wrap their denims around old car tires and balls and then drop them into the tiger, lion and bear enclosures at Kamine zoo in Hitachi.

    Photo: July 14, 2014/Splash News

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    They then simply stand back and watch the fabrics get mauled. Marketed as, "the only jeans on earth designed by dangerous animals" the brand can assure its customers than no two pairs are alike.

    Photo: July 14, 2014/Splash News

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    Marketed as, "the only jeans on earth designed by dangerous animals" the brand can assure its customers than no two pairs are alike.

    Photo: July 14, 2014/Splash News

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    Some predators seem to give the trousers a harder time then others - the L1 series attacked by lions is exceedingly distressed while the bears appear to give slightly less fury.

    Photo: July 14, 2014/Splash News

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    "People like them because they have been created with pure animal instinct," said Aya Miyashita, a rep from the company.

    Photo: July 14, 2014/Splash News

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    "All the gnawing and clawing makes very distinctive results." Proceeds from the jeans go towards renovating Kamine zoo and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).

    Photo: July 14, 2014/Splash News

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    A giant Rubik's Cube floats in the Hudson River to celebrate the birthday of Erno Rubik and The Beyond Rubik's Cube Exhibition at Liberty Science Center on July 11, 2014 in Jersey City City.

    Photo: July 11, 2014/Getty Images

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    A giant Rubik's Cube floats in the Hudson River to celebrate the birthday of Erno Rubik and The Beyond Rubik's Cube Exhibition at Liberty Science Center on July 11, 2014 in Jersey City City.

    Photo: July 11, 2014/Getty Images

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    A giant Rubik's Cube floats in the Hudson River to celebrate the birthday of Erno Rubik and The Beyond Rubik's Cube Exhibition at Liberty Science Center on July 11, 2014 in Jersey City City.

    Photo: July 11, 2014/Getty Images

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    Goodness gracious great balls of fur! This rabbit and her awesome 'hare' has become an internet sensation. Fabulous fur-ball 'Chu's Lilianna' is an English Angora rabbit belonging to retired Economics Professor PhD Betty Chu of San Jose, California. Betty's passion for her hobby sees her hopping around the country showing off the hairy pets week after week.

    Photo: July 11, 2014/Splash News

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    "Britain's favourite mammal" the cute yet prickly hedgehog, has received a Royal invitation as part of the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. The show will feature the world's first "Hedgehog Street Garden".

    Photo: July 10, 2014/Splash News

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    The hedgehog was voted the "UK's favourite mammal" and declared "Britain's National Species" in a BBC Wildlife Magazine poll last year - but sadly the humble critter is now a rare sight in many gardens.

    Photo: July 10, 2014/Splash News

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    Sixty years ago Britain was home to 30 million hedgehogs but it is now estimated that the population has declined to less than one million - according to a report published by the PTES in 2011.

    Photo: July 10, 2014/Splash News

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    Bags of fun? Speed dating with concealed faces sweeps London.

    Photo: July 9, 2014/Splash News

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    Got a pimple? It doesn't matter with this new type of dating.

    Photo: July 9, 2014/Splash News

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    A quirky craze of "speed-dating with a paper bag over your head" has just been launched in London. It's been dubbed "the thinking person's Tinder" because decisions are fast but based on personality (and body) alone.

    Photo: July 9, 2014/Splash News

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    The event has just debuted at the British Science Museum and, according to organisers, it's bags of fun. "It was a really good laugh," said Jacques Beaupierre, 24, a Londoner who attended the event. "It wasn't as materialistic as normal speed dating and you actually do get to know their personalities."

    Photo: July 9, 2014/Splash News

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    The trend was the brainchild of the London-based "cupids" at Loveflutter.com who have also created a smartphone app with the ethos #SayNoToShallow. Each participant wrote an amusing comment or personal fact on their bag to act as a conversation starter. Examples included "I have three kidneys" and "Secretly, I want to be a hand model."

    Photo: July 9, 2014/Splash News

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    A model poses at the World Bodypainting Festival 2014 in Poertschach am Woerthersee, Austria.

    Photo: July 8, 2014/Getty Images

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    A view of the 38th Annual Macy's 4th Of July Fireworks from Brooklyn Bridge Park on July 4, 2014 in New York

    Photo: July 7, 2014/Splash News

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    A view of the 38th Annual Macy's 4th Of July Fireworks from Brooklyn Bridge Park on July 4, 2014 in New York

    Photo: July 7, 2014/Splash News

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    A view of the 38th Annual Macy's 4th Of July Fireworks from Brooklyn Bridge Park on July 4, 2014 in New York

    Photo: July 7, 2014/Splash News

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    A new extreme sports craze likened to "flying underwater" is sweeping Europe. In order to 'Subwing' a person must grip a four and a half carbon-fiber wing as they are dragged underwater behind a speedboat.

    Photo: July 3, 2014/Splash News

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    The adrenaline sport was invented by Norwegian teenager Simon Sivertsen who, bored on a family vacation, fashioned together a "wing" from old banana boxes. Sivertsen, now 22, then tied the splintery device to the back of a yacht with 30 foot of rope and persuaded the driver to dag him forward.

    Photo: July 3, 2014/Splash News

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    Defined as requiring "little or no training", and the option to "resurface to breathe whenever you like" the exciting new water sport has gained fans quickly. Sivertsen has now launched the world's first official Subwinging center at the Peligoni Club, on Zakynthos, Greece.

    Photo: July 3, 2014/Splash News

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    While some people might sniff at a vacation in a trailer park tourists are flocking to this trendy "trailer park hotel" in Germany.

    Photo: July 2, 2014/Splash News

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    While some people might sniff at a vacation in a trailer park tourists are flocking to this trendy "trailer park hotel" in Germany.

    Photo: July 2, 2014/Splash News

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    While some people might sniff at a vacation in a trailer park tourists are flocking to this trendy "trailer park hotel" in Germany.

    Photo: July 2, 2014/Splash News

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    While some people might sniff at a vacation in a trailer park tourists are flocking to this trendy "trailer park hotel" in Germany.

    Photo: July 2, 2014/Splash News

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    While some people might sniff at a vacation in a trailer park tourists are flocking to this trendy "trailer park hotel" in Germany.

    Photo: July 2, 2014/Splash News

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    While some people might sniff at a vacation in a trailer park tourists are flocking to this trendy "trailer park hotel" in Germany.

    Photo: July 2, 2014/Splash News

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    While some people might sniff at a vacation in a trailer park tourists are flocking to this trendy "trailer park hotel" in Germany.

    Photo: July 2, 2014/Splash News

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    While some people might sniff at a vacation in a trailer park tourists are flocking to this trendy "trailer park hotel" in Germany.

    Photo: July 2, 2014/Splash News

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    A toilet is displayed during the "Toilet!? Human Waste and Earth's Future" exhibition at The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation - Miraikan on July 1, 2014 in Tokyo, Japan. The exhibition focuses on how the toilet has changed our daily lives and discovers what the most environment-friendly and ideal toilet is.

    Photo: July 1, 2014/Splash News

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    A mascot is seen during the "Toilet!? Human Waste and Earth's Future" exhibition at The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation - Miraikan on July 1, 2014 in Tokyo, Japan. The exhibition focuses on how the toilet has changed our daily lives and discovers what the most environment-friendly and ideal toilet is.

    Photo: July 1, 2014/Splash News

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    A giant toilet model is displayed during the "Toilet!? Human Waste and Earth's Future" exhibition at The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation - Miraikan on July 1, 2014 in Tokyo, Japan. The exhibition focuses on how the toilet has changed our daily lives and discovers what the most environment-friendly and ideal toilet is.

    Photo: July 1, 2014/Splash News

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    Many toilets displayed with cartoon faces are seen during the "Toilet!? Human Waste and Earth's Future" exhibition at The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation - Miraikan on July 1, 2014 in Tokyo, Japan. The exhibition focuses on how the toilet has changed our daily lives and discovers what the most environment-friendly and ideal toilet is.

    Photo: July 1, 2014/Splash News

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    A gold toilet is displayed during the "Toilet!? Human Waste and Earth's Future" exhibition at The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation - Miraikan on July 1, 2014 in Tokyo, Japan. The exhibition focuses on how the toilet has changed our daily lives and discovers what the most environment-friendly and ideal toilet is.

    Photo: July 1, 2014/Splash News

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    A field of tents is bathed in sunshine during the Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm on June 28, 2014 in Glastonbury, England.

    Photo: June 30, 2014/Splash News

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    Festival goers walk in the rain at the Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm on June 26, 2014 in Glastonbury, England.

    Photo: June 30, 2014/Splash News

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    A view of a giant mechanical bear at the Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm on June 26, 2014 in Glastonbury, England.

    Photo: June 30, 2014/Splash News

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    A lorry carrying toy animals drives around Glastonbury Festival at Worthy Farm on June 26, 2014 in Glastonbury, England.

    Photo: June 30, 2014/Splash News

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    Firefighters came to the rescue after a curious puppy got his head stuck in a tire rim. The pup's owners brought him to their local fire station in California to try to set him free.

    Photo: June 25, 2014/Splash News

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    Firefighters from Station 41 in East Bakersfield used "cooking oil and a little ingenuity" to release the pup.

    Photo: June 25, 2014/Splash News

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    A local youth takes a selfie photograph in front of Queen Elizabeth II during a visit to St George's indoor market on June 24, 2014 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The Royal party are visiting Northern Ireland for three days.

    Photo: June 25, 2014/Getty Images

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    Luis Suarez of Uruguay and Giorgio Chiellini of Italy react after a clash during the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Group D match between Italy and Uruguay at Estadio das Dunas on June 24, 2014 in Natal, Brazil.

    Photo: June 25, 2014/Getty Images

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    General view of the 56th Annual Detroit Fireworks Show at Millender Center on June 23, 2014 in Detroit, Michigan.

    Photo: June 24, 2014/Getty Images

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    General view of the 56th Annual Detroit Fireworks Show at Millender Center on June 23, 2014 in Detroit, Michigan.

    Photo: June 24, 2014/Getty Images

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    General view of the 56th Annual Detroit Fireworks Show at Millender Center on June 23, 2014 in Detroit, Michigan.

    Photo: June 24, 2014/Getty Images

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    General view of the 56th Annual Detroit Fireworks Show at Millender Center on June 23, 2014 in Detroit, Michigan.

    Photo: June 24, 2014/Getty Images

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    A model walks the runway at The Last Ship: Survival Is An Art at DIA 545 on June 19, 2014 in New York City.

    Photo: June 20, 2014/Getty Images

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    A model walks the runway at The Last Ship: Survival Is An Art at DIA 545 on June 19, 2014 in New York City.

    Photo: June 20, 2014/Getty Images

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    A model walks the runway at The Last Ship: Survival Is An Art at DIA 545 on June 19, 2014 in New York City.

    Photo: June 20, 2014/Getty Images

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    This is the most beautiful mugshot in the world. U.S. felon Jeremy Meeks, 30, was one of four men arrested in a raid of shooting and robberies on Wednesday in Stockton, California. On Thursday, his mugshot had more than 20,000 likes, nearly 6,000 comments, and had been shared more than 1,400 times on Facebook.

    Photo: June 20, 2014/Stockton Police Department

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    Sarah Chrisman has made the eccentric decision to live her life almost entirely in 19th century manner - She wears a corset every day, darns her stockings, reads by the light of an oil lamp, hand washes her clothes in a ceramic basin - and you certainly won't catch her checking her cellphone over lunch.

    Photo: June 20, 2014/Splash News

    Photo: June 20, 2014/Splash News

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    For the last four years the 33-year-old has shunned most aspects of the modern world, choosing to favour the Victorian-era lifestyle to the best of her ability. Chrisman's husband is also a history enthusiast and has embraced the routine with her - by dressing in period garments and riding a 100-year-old penny-farthing bicycle.

    Photo: June 20, 2014/Splash News

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    "My husband gave me my first corset for my 29th birthday," said Chrisman, from Seattle, Washington who has written a book about her experiences called Victorian Secrets: What a Corset Taught me About the Past, the Present, and Myself.

    Photo: June 20, 2014/Splash News

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    An 18-day-old porcupine cub has been taken to the Wildlife Protection and Rehabilitation Center in Bursa for its treatment after lost its mother, in Turkey.

    Photo: June 19, 2014/Getty Images

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    A baby Poison Dart frog sits on the end of a pencil at the London Aquarium in London on June 17, 2014. The London Aquarium unveiled their recently born baby Poison Dart frog, an endangered species and the first ever to be born there, following a successful breeding programme.

    Photo: June 19, 2014/Getty Images

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    People attend the 26th Diner en Blanc outdoor picnic event on the Alexander III Bridge on June 12, 2014 in Paris, France. The event, which organizers estimated between 12,000 and 13,000 people participated, took place over six bridges throughout Paris and has spread to more than 40 cities around the world.

    Photo: June 19, 2014/Getty Images

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    German and other soccer fans unite creating a conga line on Copacabana beach as they watch the World Cup on a giant screen.

    Photo: June 19, 2014/Getty Images

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    US artist Sarah Rosado makes famous faces - out of Corn Flakes. Sarah uses breakfast cereal and a few utensils to recreate the likes of Amy Winehouse.

    Photo: June 17, 2014/Splash News

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    John Lennon.

    Photo: June 17, 2014/Splash News

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    Michael Jackson!

    Photo: June 17, 2014/Splash News

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    Slash for breakfast!

    Photo: June 17, 2014/Splash News

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    The Dreamland Follies perform at the 9th Annual Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governor's Island, presented by The Dreamland Orchestra and St-Germain on June 14, 2014 in New York City.

    Photo: June 16, 2014/Getty Images

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    The Dreamland Follies perform at the 9th Annual Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governor's Island, presented by The Dreamland Orchestra and St-Germain on June 14, 2014 in New York City.

    Photo: June 16, 2014/Getty Images

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    Guests attend the 9th Annual Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governor's Island, presented by The Dreamland Orchestra and St-Germain on June 14, 2014 in New York City.

    Photo: June 16, 2014/Getty Images

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    Brazilian soccer fans react after Brazil's first goal in the Brazil vs. Crotia World Cup game at Legends Bar on June 12, 2014 in New York City. Brazil vs Crotia is the first game of the World Cup, which will take place throughout Brazil until Sunday, July 13.

    Photo: June 13, 2014/Getty Images

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    Brazilian soccer fans react after Brazil's first goal in the Brazil vs. Crotia World Cup game at Legends Bar on June 12, 2014 in New York City. Brazil vs Crotia is the first game of the World Cup, which will take place throughout Brazil until Sunday, July 13.

    Photo: June 13, 2014/Getty Images

 
 

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