Teenager shares funny mental reading & # 39;
A teenager has hilariously revealed how she managed to get a refund from an online psychologist who did not get anything right.
Niamh Gargan paid £ 10 ($ AU18) to tell her fortune, but was severely overwhelmed by the result.
Glasgow's 19-year-old received less than exciting predictions like she was "in beauty and hair" and wanted to "settle down with somebody".
The Facebook psychologist, "Brodie Mcdougall", first rejected a refund and insisted that she had worked "takes a lot of energy".
However, after a further series of predictions fell out of the mark – including pregnancy – psychic gave in and returned Niamh's cash.
Niamh sent screenshots of his conversation with "clairvoyant" to his friend Matthew Currie, who wrote them on Twitter and wrote: "Honestly, could not do what Niamh does. Paid a random lassie £ 10 for a mental reading and got it. "
Niamh admitted today:" I felt like an idiot, but I could not stop laughing at my own stupidity and the things she came with. I think she just said that first that came into her head. "
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Investigations after boy killed by Sydney train
Police have launched several investigations to gather the last moments of an 11-year-old autistic boy who was hit by a train in Sydney.
The non-verbal boy had lived in a respite when he ran away from his nurse while he was in Oatley stores at. 19 on Sundays.
He was later found dead at Oatley train station two hours later.
Civic Disability Services Limited confirmed that the boy was in charge of short-term accommodation when the incident occurred.
They have launched an investigation and collaborate with police detectives that collide together how the tragedy unfolds.
The motorcycle dies after kangaroos hit
A motorcyclist has died after hit a kangaroo on the M4 motorway in Sydney west of the night.
Police were called to Claremont Meadows, near Mamre Road off the ramp, around 1.20, where the man was found critically injured.
He was declared dead at the scene of emergency services.
Police believe that he was pushed into the center railing on battles with a kangaroo whose body was found nearby.