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Can You be Fooled?

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    Read the news headline and decide if it's true or an April Fool's Day hoax!
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  • A deserted ghost ship of cannibal rats drifted into an Irish bay.
    True
    False
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  • A Canadian man bet his wife in a game of poker and the winner tried to sue after she refused to go live with him.
    True
    False
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  • The mayor of a Chinese city banned the use of umbrellas on busy streets.
    False
    True
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  • A Russian astronaut claimed he saw a ghost on the International Space Station.
    False
    True
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  • Eating chicken wings could make children more aggressive, according to US researchers.
    True
    False
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  • A vet in Portland removed 43 socks from the stomach of a dog.
    True
    False
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  • A Tesco in the UK refused to sell a teaspoon to a 16-year-old boy, telling him he was too young to buy it.
    False
    True
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  • A build up of gas from cows sparked a methane explosion at a building in Germany.
    False
    True
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  • A tree planted to honour the late George Harrison was killed by beetles.
    True
    False
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  • The man who invented the frisbee is now a frisbee.
    True
    False
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  • An Irish man once lived inside a stranger's cupboard for a whole year.
    False
    True
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  • Monkeys were used during the 2010 Commonwealth Games.
    True
    False
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  • A man faked his own death to avoid paying a phone bill.
    False
    True
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  • Scottish voters decided to make their national animal Loch Ness.
    False
    True
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  • A man named Ronald Shark was once eaten by a shark.
    True
    False
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  • A man was once deported for being too ugly.
    False
    True
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