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A yoga master claims he has not had a cold in almost twenty years, because every time he goes to the toilet he snorts a cup of his own wee

***EXCLUSIVE*** Sam Cohen, 41, has used a cup to funnel wee into his nostrils every time he goes to the loo for the last 19 years, and says he has never had a cold. The special needs teaching assistant claims it does wonders for his sex life and that it cures him of any illness. The vegan singleton, of Islington, north London, said he drinks his own wee - which he calls Auryn, the Celtic word for golden - every single day, and he even carries his own special cup with him.

A teacher is celebrating after landed a whopping £10,000 football bet to pay for his wedding - from just a FIVE POUND stake

***EXCLUSIVE*** Craig Barlow, 30, bet on ten teams scoring in the first half of five matches in England on Saturday March 30. Craig used his own "formula" of betting on teams involved in the promotion or relegation battle of League 1 and 2. He was made to bite his nails as nine of the teams scored by the 38th minute, leaving just Bristol Rovers left to grab a goal.

Murderous rabbits, terrifying children with egg-shaped eggs and women being whipped: fascinating collection reveals the creepy easters cards beloved by the victorians

***EXCLUSIVE*** A murderous rabbit, terrifying children with egg-shaped heads and a woman being whipped, these are the very creepy Easter cards beloved by the Victorians. Whilst Easter today usually conjures up heart-warming images of fluffy bunnies and baby chicks, the Victorians adored sending cards with bizarre and often macabre oddities to celebrate the holiday. The remarkable collection features some frankly disturbing Easter images. One early twentieth century card shows a human rabbit flirting up a storm with a besotted young girl - whilst a 1906 postcard has a petrifying family of human eggs on the cover. Many of the seasonal cards in the series include illustrations of sadistic animals. A late nineteenth century card shows a cruel bunny watching another rabbit drown with the caption „Easter Greetings” - and another German postcard from the 1910s features a vicious baby chick shooting a passing hare with a rifle.

I’m 24 and my husband is 69

***EXCLUSIVE*** VIDEO AVAILABLE, ARMSTRONG, BRITISH COLUMBIA: An age-gap couple, separated by 45 years, have revealed how they discovered a connection between them that extended far beyond their four-year relationship. Stefani, 24, and Don Walper, 69, of Armstrong, British Columbia, are now married with a one-year-old son, but they were shocked to learn they shared a big part of their lives years before meeting. Stefani explained to Barcroft TV: „We had been together two or three months and we were laying in bed one day talking and I was like: you should tell me a secret, tell me something nobody knows.” Don began to tell Stefani about his previous marriage of five years and how he had a son with his ex-wife. „So Don tells me this story”, Stefani continued. „And I was like „wait what’s your son’s name?” And Don repeats it. I was like „oh my god, I know him.”

Teenager, 19, can spend up to 3 hours every day tearing our her hair due to a condition called trichotillomania

***EXCLUSIVE*** A teenager who spends THREE HOURS a day pulling out chunks of her hair started ripping out her eyelashes when she was just eight years old. Megan Prosser, 19, suffers from trichotillomania, also known as trich, a mental disorder where sufferers experience an irresistible urge to pull out their hair. During a ‘pulling attack’, as Megan refers to her sessions, the nanny and pet store worker can easily create a bald patch the size of her hand.Megan, of Long Island, New York, USA, tried to regain control by shaving her head but admitted that pulling out her hair still absorbs her attention daily.

Ballet lessons in a favela in Rio

Brazil, Rio de Janeiro: The lessons are part of the project "Na Ponta dos Pes" (On the toes), which was initiated six years ago. In the beginning seven girls took part in the ballet lessons, today there are 40. The project was set up by Tuany Nascimento. The young teacher trained where the lessons take place today. "Kids watched me do it. That's how I came up with the idea of teaching them what I can do," says Tuany, who has not yet received any financial support from the state. "Our goal isn't just to teach the girls how to dance. Here they can learn how to deal with challenges or how to demonstrate a work discipline," says Tuany.

A woman has told how she "looked pregnant" before she had a huge tumour the size of a WATERMELON removed from her ovary

***EXCLUSIVE*** Layla Cummins, 30, said the 10lb mass gave her a big belly and left her feeling exhausted and in pain.   Before the op, medics thought it would be around 20cm, but staggering photos show the 40cm wide mass in the operating theatre after it was removed from her right ovary.  Layla, a freelance writer from Bristol, only had symptoms for a few weeks before the mass was discovered.

Fascinating antique maps show how US cities exploded in size in 120 years as America became a global superpower

***EXCLUSIVE*** Fascinating antique maps show how cities and towns across the USA looked as the country was finding its feet as a global superpower. Incredible maps and drawings, many of which are over 120 years old, show a burgeoning New York City in 1875, Seattle surrounded by virgin forest in 1878, and a stunning photochrom of Philadelphia in 1876. Following the conclusion of the American Civil War in 1865, the United States embarked upon a path which would eventually see it sit on top as the most powerful nation on Earth. A little over 50 years after US President Abraham Lincoln delivered his famous address in Gettysburg, the United States was a critical player in ending the Great War and building the League Of Nations, the first supranational body of its type.

A treasure trove of notebooks and manuscripts by the man who mentored Charles Darwin could be lost to the UK - unless a buyer meets the £1.4MILLION asking price

***EXCLUSIVE*** Sir Charles Lyell was a renowned Scottish geologist, who discussed Darwin’s theory of evolution with him, in letters included in the sale bundle. The pair were so close Darwin once wrote: „I always feel as if my books came half from Lyell’s brains.” But the valuable historical documents could be lost to a foreign buyer after the collection was offered for sale by the Executors of Charles 3rd Baron Lyell, who died in 2017.

Jaw-dropping images taken from the 56th floor of a Dubai building show the city's landmarks emerging through the eerie fog during a beautiful sunrise

***EXCLUSIVE*** The fog which descends upon Dubai every year during the winter season until the start of summer is seen blanketing the buildings which poke through the top of the mist. The images which show cranes, the DAMAC tower and planes floating on the skyline were taken from the Address Downtown luxury apartment building by Zohaib Anjum, 29, from Pakistan.