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Would Be Robbers Asked to “Come Back in An Hour” – Global Oddities

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We’ve covered some weird news over the years, but this Thursday’s edition of Global Oddities might be considered downright “corny.”

Listen to find out why would-be robbers in Chicago were asked to “come back in an hour.”

Find out why Lisa was grossed out when we reported that a Florida man thought his buddy’s ear is tasty.

And discover why a Pennsylvania farmer got a big shock when he found four ears of corn in one!

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