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The crazy, odd world we live in!

February 17, 2016 09:44 IST

Here's your weekly digest of odd, crazy moments from around the world.

Merrylu Casselly and Jozsef Richter, both circus performers, pose with an elephant as they celebrate their wedding in front of Budapest's basilica on Valentine's Day in Budapest, Hungary. Photograph: Laszlo Balogh/Reuters

Norik Yajian reacts as a four wheel car drives over him during his attempt to break a Guinness record in Tbilisi, Georgia. Photograph: David Mdzinarishvili/Reuters

A model presents a creation made from chocolate by French Maitre Chocolatier Patrice Chapon (right) during the international exhibition of chocolate "Salon du Chocolat" in Milan, Italy. Photograph: Stefano Rellandini/Reuters

A worker puts the final touch to a replica of a giant woman made with lemons and oranges which shows a scene of the movie "Amarcord" during the Lemon festival in Menton, France. Some 140 metric tons of lemons and oranges are used to make displays during the 83rd festival, which is themed "Cinecitta", and runs from February 13 through March 2. Photograph: Eric Gaillard/Reuters

People take pictures in front of an art installation by Chinese artist Ai Weiwei that consists of life vests worn by refugees bound to the columns of the concert house at Gendarmenmarkt in Berlin, Germany. The life vests were among the thousands discarded by migrants and refugees after they crossed the sea from Turkey to Greece. Ai Weiwei lives in Berlin and is currently involved in several projects relating to refugees. Up to 80,000 refugees currently live in Berlin and the city is preparing for the likely arrival of 30,000 more in 2016. Photograph: Clemens Bilan/Getty Images

Members of the public look at artist Sophie Ryder's sculpture Rising, that has been installed in the grounds of Salisbury Cathedral as part of an exhibition by the artist in Salisbury, England. The solo exhibition, Relationships, featuring life-sized Minotaurs, Lady Hares and giant 20ft high clasped hands installed in and around the historic Cathedral, opens on February 12 and runs until July 3. Photograph: Matt Cardy/Getty Images

Schoolchildren take part in a pancake race ahead of the annual Shrove Tuesday ladies trans-Atlantic pancake race on February 9, 2016 in Olney, England. On Shrove Tuesday every year the ladies of Olney, Buckinghamshire compete in a Pancake Race, a tradition which dates back to 1445. Children from Olney schools also take part in their own races. Olney competes every year against the women of Liberal, Kansas, US in a friendly race dating back to 1950. Photograph: Carl Court/Getty Images

An orangutan drinks milk on a couch at a studio, in Kunming, Yunnan province. Photograph: Wong Campion/Reuters

A 20-meter-high slide inside a five-storey shopping mall in Shanghai, China. Photograph: Aly Song/Reuters

A customs officer stands in front of a stuffed leopard in a taxidermy hall as part of a fight against the trafficking of protected species at the Museum of Natural History in Paris, France. French customs, who seized seven stuffed animals in 2015, deliver them to the museum for their collections.Photograph: Philippe Wojazer/Reuters

Skip, a Yorkshire Terrier, is groomed in the benching area before judging at the 2016 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in the Manhattan borough of New York City. Photograph: Mike Segar/Reuters

Sculptures in the shape of cows are displayed in a paddock for Valentine's Day on the outskirts of the town of Nowra, south of Sydney, Australia. The cow sculptures have become a local tradition to mark Valentine's Day. Photograph: David Gray/Reuters