Bush Whacked Australia's Most Wanted [...]
Bush whacked Australia's most wanted man was finally captured after seven years hiding in the bush and told police: "Thank God it's over, I've had enough."
Malcolm Naden, a 38-year-old former abattoir worker, was tracked down to a holiday cabin and had been at large for 2466 days. He has been charged with the murder of a 24-year-old mother in 2005, the sexual assault of a teenager in 2004 and the shooting of a policeman last December.
Hero out of line A Chinese man hailed a hero for leaping on to railway tracks to save an unconscious man from a train was arrested when police realised he'd put him there.
Yang Lin, 40, shoved Su Wen on to the tracks in Beijing during a row started by their wives on the crowded platform.
Track and ruin A German pensioner caused chaos when he crashed through a railway station and on to the line while trying to leave a car park.
Marco Fried, 76, put his car into reverse by mistake and caused pounds 5000 worth of damage, with trains being delayed by three hours. He was unhurt.
No service error A Polish mobile phone thief who forgot to do her community service was caught - after she complained about appearing on a police wanted list.
Ewa Marcinek, 23, thought it must be a mistake when she read that officers were looking for her in Ketrzyn. But when she complained about it, she was jailed for breaching the long-forgotten sentence.
Coat in the act A team of Hungarian crooks stealing clothes from a designer boutique were caught when they tried flogging a pounds 2000 leather jacket online for pounds 50. …