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Cheech and Chong visit the Asylum Offices to promote their "Get It Legal" comedy tour.

Bonnie Biess, Asylum.com

Asylum Correspondent Brian Childs poses for a portrait with Playboy bunnies at the Movember Mustache Gala at Capitale in NYC.

Bonnie Biess, Asylum.com

The squirrel bomber and White House party crashers Tareq and Michaele Salahi go way back.

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Models are seen interacting in a racy display on Fifth Avenue in NYC.

Bonnie Biess, Asylum

Baboon's at Knowsley safari Park in Merseyside have learned how to open roof boxes on cars visiting their enclosure. The monkeys can open the cases and are running off with the owners clothes and holiday items.

Martin Birchall, Cavendish Press

Men get ready to start a swimming competition using inflatable sex dolls during the Rubber Baba Challenge (Rubber Women Challenge) near Novosibirsk, Russia.

Alexander Kryazhev, AFP / Getty Images

A horse named Gracie, had to be cut free with a chainsaw after getting her head caught in a tree.


Chicago Bliss' quarterback Ellie Cartabiano trys to get away from Miami Caliente's Annette Mascaro during first half play of the opening game of the Lingerie Football League (LFL) at the Sears Centre Arena. The LFL is a female football league with ten teams that compete in seven-on-seven full-contact American football, with players dressed in sports bras and short shorts.

Scott Olson, Getty Images

Residents at the Catholic Homes Corpus Christi in Melbourne, take up fencing foils, embracing the physical and mental sides of swordplay in an effort to keep fit.

William West, AFP / Getty Images

Eleven-year-old archer Liu Cheong, who lives in China, survived after a teammate accidentally shot an arrow through his eye socket. The schoolboy underwent four hours of surgery to extricate the object, which had sunk more than four inches into his head.