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A 61 year-old-woman in successfully convinced a bank teller to exchange bills worth two thousand “kronor” in Swedish Monopoly money for real Danish money.
A Swedish court has ruled that a woman be allowed to seek treatment for her addiction to Coca Cola.
An anesthesiologist who was asleep wearing earplugs while on-call at a Swedish hospital is facing disciplinary action after missing an alert that a patient’s heart had stopped.
A Stockholm-area hospital has been told to review its procedures after a doctor accidentally removed a fetus from a woman.
A 67-year-old woman is believed to have been lying dead for up to six weeks in an apartment in a living facility for the elderly located in Karlskrona in southern Sweden.
A top level civil servant at the Finnish equality ministry has resigned after groping several women’s breasts at a reception at the Swedish embassy in Helsinki.
A pre-school in the northern Swedish town of Koskullskulle has banned children from wearing clothes with stripes or polka-dots. The reason for the ban is an employee at the school suffers from migraine headaches when viewing multi-coloured clothes.
“It’s a pity for the employee and as a result I’ve tried to create an appropriate work environment. The person in question has a right to be able to work,” said pre-school principal Maj Norberg to the Norrländska Socialdemokraten newspaper.
According to parents, children who come to school with “inappropriate” clothing are forced to change to monochrome clothes.
A 10-year-old boy was reported to police for getting into a fight with an 8-year-old during recess at a school in Jönköping in central Sweden.
An apartment owner in Malmö is in trouble with his building’s tenant-owner’s association because his curtains don’t match those of other apartments in the building.’
Nearly 95 percent of violent crimes and robberies committed in Sweden go unsolved, and an individual police officer solves an average of three crimes per year, according to a recent analysis. (Even a broken clock is right twice a day.)