Weird BUT true

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Even the weed is high in Ari­zona.

A Scotts­dale-based mar­i­juana dis­pen­sary launched a pound of pot into space, be­cause . . . why not?

Of­fi­cials of Her­ban Plane, sent their buds up roughly 19 miles — dub­bing it “Space Weed Bro.”

They used a weather bal­loon to carry the pound into or­bit, where it re­mained for 35 min­utes be­fore fall­ing back to Earth. Get off her lawn. A Flor­ida wo­man is so fed up with the hook­ers on her block that she set up a sign in her front yard, which says: “No pros­ti­tu­tion in this neigh­bor­hood.”

Mar­garet Gre­gory, of Jack­sonville, said this week that she’s been find­ing con­doms strewn on her lawn in the morn­ing.

In ad­di­tion to her sign, she has also placed an STDin­for­ma­tion pam­phlet out­side for her un­wanted guests.

A ge­netic de­for­mity has caused 14 mem­bers of one Brazil­ian fam­ily to go through life with 12 fin­gers and 12 toes.

The Da Sil­vas wel­comed their new­est ad­di­tion re­cently — a baby boy born with the same con­di­tion.

The ex­tra dig­its are said to be fully func­tional, al­low­ing for the fam­ily to ex­cel in sports and mu­sic.

A mas­sive swarm of bees has been wreak­ing havoc in the Western Aus­tralian city of Perth, with more than 20,000 of them de­scend­ing on a sin­gle street.

Nu­mer­ous stores were forced to close on Thurs­day as a re­sult.

“It was about six feet up . . . by three feet wide,” a lo­cal bee­keeper said of the swarm.

A wheel­chair-bound Michi­gan man got clipped by a speed­ing train early Thurs­day — and some­how man­aged to sur­vive.

The close call hap­pened at about around 12:30 a.m. in Grand Rapids.

The vic­tim re­port­edly suf­fered un­known head in­juries, but was said to be fine. Chris Perez, Wires

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