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  1. Police Discover Austrian Man’s Bone Collection of 56 Stolen Skulls

    The grave-robber was caught after trying to sell human remains at a flea market, which was probably like, the fourth or fifth creepiest thing on sale at that flea market.

    Austrian police raided a man's home to find a personal museum consisting of 56 skulls and dozens of other bones. He was charged for raiding a church cemetery, but I'm sure he has a good explanation for this. Maybe he was trying to put on 56 technically-accurate performances of Hamlet?

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  2. Austria Has a Deep-Fried McRib, Covered in Cheese and Bacon

    It is no secret that we here at Geekosystem have strong, conflicted feelings regarding McDonald's McRib, which is why we just don't know how to handle Austria's McRibster, which happens to be a deep-fried McRib covered in pepper-Jack cheese, bacon, red onions, lettuce, honey-mustard sauce, and spicy sweet chili sauce. Like it's undressed sibling, the McRibster will only be available in Austria for a limited time, until March 27.

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  3. Pasta Strainer Recognized As Official Hat Of The Church Of The Flying Spaghetti Monster

    The Austrian government recently made policy changes to allow citizens to wear "confessional headgear" of a religious orientation in official photographs, like driver's license pictures. Well, never ones to miss a good loop-hole, the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster (also known as Pastafarianism) has won the right to have members don a pasta strainer as a hat in photographs for official government documents. Niko Alm of Austria has won his three-year battle with the government, which included a mandated psychological evaluation to see if he had the mental ability to drive at all. Alm passed with flying colors and was granted government permission under the religious statute to sport a pasta strainer on his head in his official driver's license photo. For those not familiar with the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, it was founded in 2005 in opposition to the teaching of intelligent design in American schools.

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