A tree makes for a toilet paper holder as anti nuclear protestor against the transport and storage of nuclear waste wake up at their blockade after sleeping on the road leading to the storage facility in Gorleben, November 8, 2010. (ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images) (ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images)
Dairy cows, used in Camembert cheese manufacturing process, gather in a field in Vimoutiers, northwestern France on April 18, 2013. Since 1983, the name Camembert de Normandie has been protected as Appellation d'Origine controlee (AOC). (CHARLY TRIBALLEAU/AFP/Getty Images)
From taxes on flavored vodka in the US to beards in Russia, here are the top six wackiest taxes from around the world.
Dressed as a witch, Leigh Kosega (R) and Zabell Carstens dressed as Mary Poppins stand near a bon fire October 25, 2003 in Huntingtown, Maryland. (Mark Wilson/Getty Images) (Mark Wilson/AFP/Getty Images)
The arrest, which made for the operation of a toy drone, is the first of its kind in Swaziland, and thus represents a clear but confusing legal departure for the traditional authorities, press, and public.
Students in Seoul, South Korea. (Chung Sung-Jun/AFP/Getty Images)
After exhibiting behavior that can, at best, be described as shocking and vulgar, a 55-year-old teacher at a Seoul high school has been arrested for both causing bodily harm as well as indecent public exposure.
Twitter's music app will be able to scan users’ Twitter feeds and use the listening habits of users’ friends and contacts to recommend music for them to listen to — essentially giving it's more than 200 million users even more to tweet about.