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Via: The World Videos
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Every once in a while, a story comes along and warms your heart. 

Someone has been going around placing "scam" parking tickets on the windshields of Asheville, NC cars that have a QR code for online payment leading to a good old fashioned Rickroll. Ah, good, clean internet fun IRL.

Unfortunately, local police and residents are pissed, probably because they don't get the joke. Transportation Director Ken Putnam was quoted as saying "it was kind of surprising to go to a link for a YouTube video, and then when I went to it, it was featuring some rock star that I didn't know who it was." Bless his heart. Apparently the culprit could be cited/arrested for littering if they're caught, so stay frosty out there, Rickroller.

Via: ABC News
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It's as if this story walked right off the set of a heartwarming Hallmark Holiday movie; this will bring on all the warm and fuzzy feels.

David Marks told ABC News,

I couldn't believe it. It was an absolute surprise, and the perfect Christmas gift.

For the last six years spent away from his home, Willie was provided for by a family out of Eureka, Nevada, almost 300 miles from his home in Las Vegas. With Willie back at home, the Marks tell the press that it feels like everything's right again. Isn't that a happy ending to a long and bumpy tale?

Via: Служба безпеки України
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Apparently, the Ukrainian Secret Service (SBU) have been watching this guy for months. Somehow they got surveillance video from inside his house as he loads up his van with a ridiculous amount of weapons and ammunition. He was allegedly planning on making an attack at the Euro 2016. Although he was clearly up to something, France maintains that they have not yet connected him to a terrorist group. 

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Via: Katu
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Before we dive into the full video of the story: The first person to say "friend zone" in the comments will get permabanned. Just a heads up. Anyway, without further ado: