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'The money from the first robbery went in a day so I just kept going.' Divorcee, Angela Stahl, aged 44, a desperate housewife, has been reported for wasting police time in Germany after dialling 999 more than one hundred times in the hope of finding a new husband.
' 'Well, as a matter of fact, yes,' came Sally's reply and she added confidently, 'I've been divorced three times.' Ranjit was in the express lane at his local Wal-Mart supermarket quietly fuming.
Completely ignoring the sign, the woman ahead of him had slipped into the check-out line pushing a cart piled high with groceries.
Algebra expert, Adam Ries, who bought the property in 1525 was sent the bill in Germany.
'We received a letter saying "To Mr Adam Ries" on it, with the request to pay his television and radio fees,' said Annegret Muench, who now heads a club honouring the mathematician, which uses the house as its HQ.