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Two 5-year-old Russian Boys Escape Kindergarten To Buy A Jaguar

The two 5-year-old boys who dug their way out of school just to buy a million-dollar sports car wasn’t able to get their dream auto because they forgot to bring cash.

Determined to nab the much coveted Jaguar sports car Komsomolskaya Pravda, two Russian toddlers use spades to crack their way out of their kindergarten class. The two rascals were successful in executing their well-planned “prison break,” but they didn’t have cash.

So, no: the two 5-year-old boys who dug their way out of school just to buy a million-dollar sports car failed to get their dream auto because the naughty toddlers forgot to bring cash.

Oops, rookie mistake.

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Investigators reported that the boys began their ploy immediately after a scheduled stroll within the kindergarten grounds. But the teacher only noticed this half an hour after they have gone missing.

Dem kids.

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Yahoo! News said that the two naughty boys have been plotting their escape for days, although the official spokesman have not confirmed this yet.

“We don’t have any details yet, we can only confirm the fact itself,” told the official spokesman to AFP a few days ago.

They slid under this fence after digging out the soil for several days.

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A two-kilometer walk from the boys’ school, Jaguar’s Magnitogorsk branch must have been an exhasuting trek. Too bad the two toddlers forgot to consider the price of one of the most expensive grown-up toys in the universe.

The Komsomolskaya Pravda Jaguar – totally worth it.

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Worse, a female driver spotted the two loitering about in the showroom, and immediately approached them when she realized that there were no adults supervising them. Her instinct was: bring them to the nearest police station for pick-up.

The head of their pre-school Magnitogorsk, Olga Denisenko, considered the escape a grave violation of the school’s policies. She fired the teacher in charge of them.

“This is considered a very serious violation,” the principal said.

She could not be reached for anymore comments.

The parents of the two boys did not submit any official complaint against the educational institution.

Oh no they didn't.

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There is no mention about the punishment the two boys would be facing under the school’s jurisdiction.

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This is How Our Food Looked in the Wild Hundreds of Years Ago

If you’re thinking of going back to the land to harvest the earth’s bounty, you may get second thoughts when you take a look at these

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If you’re thinking of going back to the land to harvest the earth’s bounty, you may get second thoughts when you take a look at these.

Anyone who has eaten fruits and vegetables is used to the comfortable and familiar way they look, from canned greens, to packed and frozen produce, and even to the usual round, oblong, and spheroid-shaped fruits found in organic and weekend markets.

If you were to take a time machine back to when man was a hunter-gatherer on a bountiful, lush-growing earth, you might take a step back when confronted by plants you may have thought were familiar....

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Daredevils Scale Unfinished Skyscraper Without Ropes to Take Breathtaking Selfie

Are you willing to free-climb thousands of feet up into the sky without ropes for the perfect selfie? These guys did.

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Are you willing to free-climb thousands of feet up into the sky without ropes for the perfect selfie? These guys did.

Unafraid of falling thousands of feet to their deaths, two daring young men climbed a 115-storey skyscraper to take the selfie of their lives.

If you enjoy taking selfies and aren’t afraid of heights, then you will enjoy the antics of these two young Eastern European photographers who will do anything for the perfect selfie, including clamber up the bare bones of a 2,165-foot (660 meters) unfinished skyscraper, without ropes, to take the most incredible view from thousands of feet up in the air....

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UFO Caused Temporary Shut Down of a Major Airport in China

The Chinese ATCs ground outbound flights and redirect inbound flights whenever there’s a UFO sighting.

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Last July 7, 2010, an unidentified flying object (UFO) was spotted in China, and the news took the internet by storm. A flight crew noticed the UFO while their plane was preparing to descend at the Xiaoshan Airport in Hangzhou around 8:40 p.m. They immediately notified the Chinese air traffic controllers (ATC) about the sighting. According to reports, the airport officials were forced to ground outbound flights and divert inbound planes to other proximal airports temporarily.
Eighteen flights were affected, but the operations resumed an hour later.

Several theories emerged regarding the UFO's identity back then.

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Some said it was either a U.S. missile or a Russian satellite. Others also expressed that it was preposterous to think that it was an alien spaceship. Some people believed it was a Chinese missile or an aircraft on a test drive. Residents claim, however, that they saw a flying object that afternoon prior to the incident at the airport. ...

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