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Hotel workers reveal the stupidest requests from guests

Hotel workers reveal the stupidest requests from guests

Hotel workers have spoken out anonymously via the secret-sharing site Whisper One female worker said she was amused when a man asked her to remove a frog Another staff member was asked to make a cappuccino without frothy milk By Sadie Whitelocks for MailOnline Hotel workers have revealed the silliest and most outrageous things they’ve been…

Inside South Korea’s Haeshindang Penis Park

Inside South Korea’s Haeshindang Penis Park

Dozens of sculpted wooden phalluses can be found at this park, near Samcheok There’s a fence made from penis-shaped posts and phallus-shaped canons Some of the sculptures are huge, with some measuring three metres in length  By Ted Thornhill for MailOnline It’s a theme park guaranteed to give you the willies. That’s because at Haeshindang…

Move over San Francisco – all eyes on Oakland

Move over San Francisco – all eyes on Oakland

Oakland has long sat in the shadow of its immediate neighbour San Francisco  But with new flight links from the UK, it is increasingly a destination in itself  Highlights include the Jack London District, with its waterfront restaurants  By Ella Buchan For The Daily Mail They loom like gigantic white giraffes, casting shadows across the…

The secret Hollywood Eyes Wide Shut-style erotica club

The secret Hollywood Eyes Wide Shut-style erotica club

Guests must hand over their phones and sign an NDA so stars can go wild – without anybody taking pictures  Celebrities including Janice Dickinson, reality star Shanna Moakler and actress Ivana Horvat are already fans  In an elegant candle lit room filled with sofas and chaise longue women perform a sultry S&M show for guests …

Lanarkshire parents sell home for life on the road

Lanarkshire parents sell home for life on the road

Cheryl, 33, and Jason Falconer, 28, sold their Lanarkshire house They bought a motorhome and set off with children Flora, Elsie and Archie The parents, who sold up in June, say that they may never return to Scotland  By Ted Thornhill for MailOnline Family who have never camped in their life sell everything they own…

Nineteen lucky charms from around the world revealed 

Nineteen lucky charms from around the world revealed 

Infographic details various charms used by communities all over the world to bring luck or ward off evil Axes, piggy banks, rabbit’s feet, acorns, elephants and beetles all feature as lucky charms Some charms – such as the African Gris-Gris – need to be worn in order to bring good luck By Martha Alexander For…

Delta and Virgin Australia stop hot food service from LAX

Delta and Virgin Australia stop hot food service from LAX

Listeria was found at Gate Gourmet caterers at Los Angeles International Airport  The busy facility usually provide hundreds of airline passenger’s meals every day Federal government say about 1,600 people get sick from the bacteria each year By James Draper For Mailonline Two of the world’s biggest airlines have momentarily stopped serving hot meals after…

Eerie images show abandoned house in rural Belgium

Eerie images show abandoned house in rural Belgium

Spooky snapshots of a clutter-filled home in the city of Liege, Belgium, was captured earlier this month Frozen in time like a modern-day mausoleum, it has cobweb-covered trophies and discarded crucifixes Other shots show a pantry full of pickled vegetables, dentures on a bedside table and art depicting Jesus By James Draper For Mailonline Halloween…

Woman who moved to remote Scottish island works nine jobs 

Woman who moved to remote Scottish island works nine jobs 

Sarah Moore, 26, left Edinburgh and relocated to North Ronaldsay in the Orkneys The unlikely spot has a population of just  45 and the average age is 65 years-old As the youngest person on the island, she works shifts over nine different jobs Her roles differ from air traffic controller, airport baggage handler and tour…

Escape to Bear Mountain for some real self-reflection

Escape to Bear Mountain for some real self-reflection

By Ella Millward It is said that sailors still tip their hats as they approach the Bear Mountain Bridge for fear of the creatures that haunt the deepest part of the Hudson River, known rather ominously as the Word’s End’.  Legend goes that ships not showing due respect would be swallowed up in a rage…

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