Casino Scammed Out Of $33.2 Million

It was like a scene out of "Ocean's Eleven" -- well, if George Clooney and Brad Pitt had hacked the security system and used the casino's own surveillance system against it.

That's exactly what at least one man had been doing for weeks in a high-tech scam at the Crown Casino in Melbourne, Australia.

LOOK: Eddie The Rare Calico Lobster Needs A New Home

Eddie is a rare calico lobster who recently found himself on a Rhode Island fishing boat, then at the headquarters of a Washington, D.C., fish wholesaler, only to be saved from certain boiling by his extraordinarily unusual mottled appearance.

"Some say those are as rare as one in 30 million, though any calculations would be inexact," says Cathy Billings, a spokesperson for the Lobster Institute.

Doctor Used Spy Camera To Film Assaults On Patients

LONDON -- A doctor in Britain who used a wristwatch camera to film himself sexually abusing patients has confessed to dozens of offenses.

Prosecutors say Davinderjit Bains used a Tieex 4GB Waterproof HD Spy Watch DVR, which has a camera on its face, to record assaults on patients at his practice in Royal Wootton Bassett in western England.
He was arrested last year after assault complaints. Police said they recovered 361 high-quality video clips from Bains' watch and home computer.

LOOK: Most NSFW Google Street View Ever?

The 15-lens cameras atop Google's Street View cars have recorded a host of "interesting" moments in the nearly six years they've been snapping photos of the world's streets: Paddington Bear, the naked Florida woma

Bizarre Facts About Semen You Didn't Know

Semen! With the possible exception of Bud Light, no fluid is as responsible for the propagation of the human species.

Some of us think it's funny, some of us are grossed out by it and the lucky few of us cannot get enough of the sticky swimmers.

Despite it's ubiquity (have you seriously ever taken a black light to a hotel room?), we're still finding out new and newer things out about the mother-of-pearl goo.

Crowd-sourcing comets

Crowd-sourcing comets - just as early astronomers did


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