Trending in TN: Creative honour of Elvis Presley, 10 Yr-old girl punished for bullying, blood clot shapes like a lung tree

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Trending in TN: Creative honour of Elvis Presley, 10 Yr-old girl punished for bullying, blood clot shapes like a lung tree

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Traffic lights in German town flash Elvis Presley’s silhouette
The creative traffic lights were an attempt to honour Elvis Presley who was stationed with the US army in the German town Friedberg - north of Frankfurt – 60 years ago. The signals for pedestrians displays two silhouettes of the King – the green one highlighting his iconic stance, dancing, with hips forward and the red one displaying him holding a mike on a stand. The town’s administrative authorities revealed they had spent $1020 to incorporate these traffic lights to pay tribute to Presley, who’s lore still draws lakhs of tourists to the town every year.
Father makes 10-year-old caught for bullying trek 8 km
Matt Cox, a man based in Ohio, US, made his daughter Kirsten walk 8 km to school after she was suspended from the school bus for bullying other kids. Folks online shared the video he posted of her walking, while he followed her in his car, captioned “bullying is unacceptable” and that he wouldn’t “have it in his household.” While many lauded the man for being a parent who admitted his child was a bully, others felt the father was a bully himself as he not only made his child walk a tiresome 8 km, he had also publicly shamed her by posting a video of the punishment online.
Man coughs up bright red blood clot shaped like a lung tree
A patient admitted for heart surgery in the US coughed up a gigantic blood clot shaped like his right bronchial tree after the doctors attempted to flush his arteries for the treatment. The image of the clot on a surgical towel received thousands of shares as people were amazed by the intricate shape of the lung tree. Gavitt Woodard, a physician based in California, San Francisco, on analysing the blood clot said, “It was 6 inches broad and looked like a big snowflake. No one in my team has seen anything like it.” Sadly, the patient died a week later due to other ailments, all unrelated to the blood clot.

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