Story: A duck is stealing the money during the women feeding another a little duck

Verdict: LIE. The photo was taken during the shooting of a commercial.

Story: This towboat is going underneath the bridge and then coming out of it from the other side.
Verdict: TRUE. It happened between 1978 and 1979 in Alabama.
Don’t ask me how the hell it could happen. Here’s the whole story with all explanations you can read.

Story: A deer flied through a windshield of red Dodge Durango.
Verdict: TRUE. The police confirmed, that such incident occurred on a Interstate 394 in Minnesota. No one was injured.

Strory: Underwater restaurant.
Verdict: TRUE. It’s an Ithaa restaurant that sits 15 feet below the waves of the Indian Ocean, offering diners 270-degrees of panoramic underwater views.

Story: A house of Tiger Woods.
Verdict: LIE. Of course, Tiger Woods could probably live in the place like this. Only in 2004 he earned $80 million dollars.
But this is not his mansion. What you see on the photos is the Golden Conch. It is an incredible beachfront estate of 9,000 square feet of pure luxury built in on the Hawaiian island of Maui. If you’re looking a place for your next vacation this could be it for only $6,000-9,000 per night.

Story: You can see a very long and high bridge on this photo.
Verdict: TRUE. This “high drive” Millau bridge is located in southern France,
over the River Tarn in the Massif Central mountains.
It was opened in December 2004. And it is the highest bridge in the world.

Story: A mermaid found on Lolo Island Abu Dhabi
Verdict: LIE. It’s just an artwork of Juan Cabana. He was selling it on Ebay in 2006.

Story: A water bridge in Germany.
Verdict: TRUE. This is a channel-bridge over the River Elbe and joins the former East and West Germany, as part of the unification project. It is located in the city of Magdeburg, near Berlin. It has been built in 2003.

Story: A 32-years old American living in Arizona is keeping his wife’s corpse in his coffee house.
Verdict: LIE.

Story: Because of a bad cover design of the magazine Parents it’s name can be read as Penis.
Verdict: LIE. It was photoshopped.