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Top 10 WalesOnCraic stories of 2017

Here they are - our ten most popular posts of the year. Which one was your favourite?
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England fans banned from singing ‘droning, dreary song about chariots’ on Saturday

England rugby fans have been told that they can’t sing their usual dreary song about chariots at the forthcoming Wales v England game on Saturday.

Officials have told the fans that the song drags the atmosphere of the game down to Twickenham levels.

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Gingers given 24 hour curfew as hottest day of the year predicted

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Redheads across the country have been given a 24 hour curfew ahead of what is predicted to be the hottest day of the year.

Temperatures across Wales are predicted to peak in the early 20s on Sunday and gingers have been warned to step out in it at their peril.

Read the full story at the link here
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Female moped theft rises 1500% in hope that Tom Hardy will pin them to the floor

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Women across the UK have taken to stealing mopeds in the hope that Tom Hardy will chase after them and pin them to the floor.

Some women have been spotted spraying on Impulse and splashing on Brut ‘Pour Elle’ ahead of their crimes.

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World of Greggs to replace Barry Island theme park

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The world’s first World of Greggs is set to replace Barry Island’s famous fairground.

The new World of Greggs theme park will include rides such as the Giant Steak Bake Adventure and the Flake Cake waltzers.

Read the full story at the link here
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101 dalmations go missing from puppy farm after Theresa May visit

101 dalmations have gone missing from a puppy farm following a visit by the Prime Minister.

Eyewitness Roger Radcliffe said two Downing Street henchmen were seen loading a lorry shortly after the visit.

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Police called to Principality Stadium to investigate daylight robbery

Police have been called to the Principality Stadium after Wales was robbed of a glorious Six Nations win.

Police will be taking statements from 75,000 eyewitnesses who were at the stadium last night.

Read the full story at the link here
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Man dragged from home after putting phone in Airplane Mode

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A man from Brecon has been dragged from his own home after putting his phone into Airplane Mode.

Brian Wetcleft was trying out his new phone when police burst into his house and dragged him from his armchair.

Read the full story at the link here
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Appropriate Eyebrow Education to be taught in Welsh primary schools

Appropriate Eyebrow Education is to be taught in Welsh primary schools for the first time from May.

New directives are set to warn children about the dangers of looking like a cockwomble.

Read the full story at the link here
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Paul Nuttall: I struggle without the eye I lost at the Battle of Hastings

UKIP leader Paul Nuttall has opened up about his struggle with the eye he lost at the Battle of Hastings.

Nuttall was leading the army that was defending England from a Norman-French invasion when he struck in the eye with an arrow.

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Mexican President: We’re going to build a tunnel

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto has announced that Mexico is going to build a tunnel under the Mexico/US border.

He said that the Americans were going to pay for the tunnel, which will cost $324bn.

Read the full story at the link here

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