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Image copyright Arizona Department of Public Safety A driver in the US has been caught trying to disguise a fake skeleton as a passenger so he could use a high-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lane.

Arizona man dresses up fake skeleton to drive in HOV lane

The Arizona Department of Public Safety said the 62-year-old was pulled over when an official noticed the skeleton, which was wearing a hat and tied to the passenger seat with yellow rope. The driver was given a penalty ticket. The department told AP news agency some 7,000 drivers in Arizona were caught violating HOV rules every year. In a post on Twitter, it warned others against trying the same tactics. "Think you can use the HOV lane with Skeletor riding shotgun?

It ended the post with the hashtags "#NiceTry" and "#YoureNotHeMan". The post was accompanied by a picture from the car, showing the fake skeleton with a camouflage bucket hat pulled over its eyes. Last April, a man was caught driving in an HOV lane with a mannequin wearing a baseball cap and sunglasses, AP reports. Screaming Marine! That was not a countdown!

Quebec denies French student's immigration over English thesis chapter. Image copyright Courtesy Emilie Dubois Canada's Quebec province has denied immigrant status to a French citizen because she was unable to demonstrate adequate French-language proficiency.

Quebec denies French student's immigration over English thesis chapter

Quebec rejected Emilie Dubois' application apparently because part of her university thesis was in English. Ms Dubois came to Quebec from France in 2012 and completed a doctorate at a French-language university. The biology graduate said she alternated between "laughing and not understanding" when she got the letter. Quebec is a predominantly French-speaking province and Ms Dubois, 31, was applying to settle under a provincial programme for foreign students that requires applicants to display a strong ability in the language. "If someone who is French and born in France, going to a French-speaking university and doing everything in French and they are still denying this, it's nonsense," she told the BBC.

She had planned to settle in Quebec and build her life there. You might also be interested in: NBC correspondent's child interrupts her live. Vegetable joke is funniest gag at the Edinburgh Fringe. Image copyright Dave A joke about vegetables has made it to the top of the menu as this year's funniest at the Edinburgh Fringe.

Vegetable joke is funniest gag at the Edinburgh Fringe

Swedish comedian Olaf Falafel has won Dave's "Funniest Joke of The Fringe" award with the niche culinary pun. He took the title with the gag: "I keep randomly shouting out 'Broccoli' and 'Cauliflower' - I think I might have florets". It is from Falafel's show It's One Giant Leek For Mankind at the Pear Tree. In its 12th year, the prize rewards the funniest one-liner to grace the venues of the festival and celebrates the pool of talent the Fringe has to offer. The goal of finding the wittiest one-liners fell to an expert panel of 10 judges, comprising the UK's leading comedy critics. Image copyright Getty Images After scouring hundreds of venues and shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the panel submitted their favourite six jokes. Without naming the comics behind each one, 2,000 members of the British public were invited to choose the funniest.

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