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Woman trying to buy a baby at Walmart

A Texas woman has been arrested after trying to buy another woman’s baby while waiting in a checkout line at Walmart. Rebecca Taylor is said to have started commenting on another customer’s two children before asking if she could buy one of them for $250,000. When the mother turned down her offer, Taylor raised her bid to $500,000 and threatened to take the child, according to local reports. She has been charged with the third degree of child trafficking and is said to have been released on bail last week.

Teen pilot breaks world record

A 19-year-old British-Belgian pilot has broken two Guinness World Records, including becoming the youngest woman to circumnavigate the world alone. Zara Rutherford, 19, landed at Belgium’s Kortrijk-Wevelgem airport after five months on Thursday, completing her 32,300-mile journey. She also became the first woman to circumnavigate the world in an ultralight aircraft. “I would say that the hardest part was definitely flying over Siberia – it was extremely cold,” she said.

Stowaway survived an 11-hour flight

Authorities in the Netherlands discovered a stowaway in the nose gear of a plane as it landed at Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport on Sunday morning. He has been in hiding for more than 11 hours since the plane took off from Johannesburg, South Africa. The man, believed to be between 16 and 35 years old, was taken to hospital in a stable condition. Officials told CNN: “We were surprised to find this man but even more surprised that he was alive.

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