FRIDAY FUN – December 10, 2021

And now it's time for some FRIDAY FUN!

A dizzying way to put lights on a Christmas tree, a neighbor claims credit for Christmas decorations, runaway luggage, and more.

A dream literally came true for a man in Edwardstown, South Australia. He said he has been using the same set of numbers to play the lottery for several years, after they came to him in a dream. According to UPI, those numbers recently won him a jackpot of nearly $3.4 million.

A Guinness World Record was recently broken at the Toronto Zoo. A conservation group collected 2,190 paper snowflakes made by children across Canada to make a chain in the zoo’s polar bear exhibit. According to UPI, Guinness World Records confirmed that Earth Rangers broke the world record with the chain of paper snowflakes that measured 1,324.34 feet.

In Syracuse, New York, the fire department responded to the Landmark Theatre after employees heard someone banging on the wall of a bathroom and yelling for help. Rescuers drilled a hole in the wall and used a fiber-optic camera to find the person’s exact location, Fox News reports. They found a naked man was trapped. After determining the best way to extract the man, officials said firefighters carefully cut through several layers of drywall and structural clay tile to reach him. It was not clear how the man got into the wall, but fire officials said it was believed he had entered the theatre two or three days prior.

Officials responding to a house fire in Longmont, Colorado, were told by a man there that he accidentally set the fire to his mom’s house when he used a blowtorch to try to clear cobwebs from a crawlspace under the house. Fox News reports that the man was arrested on suspicion of first-degree arson and criminal mischief causing $20,000 to $100,000 in damages, among other things.

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