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A Delta Airlines flight departing from Baltimore and on its way to Atlanta landed early when a passenger noticed a baboon tarantula escaped its container. Fortunately, it was captured by Delta employees and all passengers were transferred onto another plane. [Complex]

In case you forgot, it’s not necessary to give the police your phone password if you get arrested. A Pennsylvania court just ruled that forcing citizens to give up their passwords violates the Fifth Amendment. For phones that have a fingerprint lock, this doesn’t apply, as the Fifth Amendment does not protect biometric data. [Gizmodo]

A Detroit man tried to kill a spider with a lighter while he was filling up his car’s gas tank. His car and the gas pump were immediately set on fire. Fortunately, he wasn’t seriously injured and managed to escape the flames. [Daily Mail]


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