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Trader Jakes – Issue 816- December 14, 2018

“In God we trust” Page 5

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NEWS around the WORLD

According to ANANOVA & OTHERS

Werewolf boy appeals to doctors for a cure

An 11-year-old "werewolf" boy

who desperately seeks a cure

for his condition is baffling

medical experts. Pruthviraj Patil

is one of 50 in the world who

suffers from hypertrichosis, a

rare genetic condition known as

Werewolf Syndrome. As a

result his face and body is cov-

ered in thick, matted hair. But

he is hoping doctors will one

day find a cure for his ailment. Born in the Indian district of Sangli,

near Bombey, he hardly ever leaves his village because of his fear of

being taunted by strangersThe only parts of his body that are not

covered with hair are the palms of his hands and soles of his feet.

The son of a well off farmer, his parents have tried homeopathy, tra-

ditional Ayurvedic remedies and laser surgery. But none of them

have

worked.It

is believed his genetic condition was caused by a

flaw during pregnancy. Plastic surgeon Vinay Saoji has examined

the boy and confirms that the condition is very rare. "Hairy nevus,

where a person has patches of excess growth, or hirsurism, is not

uncommon, but hair persisting all over the body is very rare," he

added. Pruthviraj says he is anxious to get the hair removed but

even after laser treatment it simply grows back.The doctors don't

have any answers to his predicament. When he first went to school

he said he got bullied and the other children laughed at him. But

now they have got used to him and they treat him like

normal.He

appealed to the doctors to help find him a permanent cure.

Couple drive into side of church after

following GPS instructions

A 76-year-old British pensioner and his wife drove into the side of

a church in Germany - after following instructions from their satel-

lite navigation system. The couple spent the night in hospital with

minor injuries after their car's GPS system developed a fault and

directed them to turn right, reports the Metro. Despite there being

no road, the couple still turned off the country lane and ploughed

straight into a rural village church close to the Austrian border. The

crash saw the Renault written off completely and caused £21,500-

worth of repairs to the church. A police spokeswoman from the

nearby town of Immenstadt described the couple as 'confused',

adding: "They didn't notice that the navigation system was faulty."

Woman's phone eaten by crocodile

Zookeepers in Ukraine didn't believe a visitor who claimed a croc-

odile ate her mobile phone - until they heard its stomach ringing.

Rimma Golovko, a new mum in her 20s, admits being at fault for the

accident at an aquarium in the eastern city of Dnipropetrovsk. She

stretched out her arm to snap a photo of Gena opening his mouth

and dropped her Nokia phone into the water, reports the Daily Mail.

"This should have been a very dramatic shot, but things didn't work

out," said Ms Golovko.She told keepers what had happened but they

did not believe her until they heard the phone ring. "The sound was

coming from inside our Gena's stomach and we understood she

wasn't lying," said aquarium employee Alexandra. The mishap has

caused bigger problems for the crocodile, which has not eaten in

four weeks and appears listless.

LOVE SONGS FOR SHARKS

Scientists are playing romantic songs in German aquariums to try

and get sharks in the mood for love.All ten Sea Life aquariums in

Germany are taking part in the project because they say the sharks

have so far not produced enough offspring.The sharks will be

played romantic songs ranging from pop to reggae and even clas-

sical music twice a day for an hour.A spokesman said: "We tried

everything else, and it didn't work, so we are taking a new

approach. It has been tried with pandas and primates, and we have

nothing to lose by trying the music."Should the music therapy

work, visitors to the aquariums will also get their money's worth as

the mating ritual between sharks is spectacular. Male sharks pur-

sue the female and even bite her fins.The theme tune to Jaws is

not included, but among the songs that will be played are 'Endless

Love' by Lionel Richie and Diana Ross, and 'Let's Get it On' by

Marvin Gaye.After special requests from visitors, one aquarium has

also added 'A Good Heart' by Feargal Sharkey and 'Good Vibrations

by the Beach Boys.