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A man allegedly walked into a Melbourne police station with a loaded gun as he reported for bail.

The 30-year-old man walked into Narre Warren station, in Melbourne's outer south-east, about 8pm (AEST), allegedly carrying a concealed .32 calibre pistol, police said tonight.

"The man...was reporting to the station as part of bail conditions," senior constable Wayne Wilson said tonight.

"He wore a bag under his shirt with the loaded gun in it."

Constable Wilson said the man, from suburban Berwick, was searched after he was arrested on two outstanding warrants.

He was charged with firearms offences and remanded into custody to appear at Dandenong Magistrates Court on Monday.
 

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One for the files...

There's a current law suit in the works by a Minnesota man named Henry Harleny. Mr. Harleny is suing a famous drill company for physical damages caused to him by their tools.

Mr. Harleny claims that he wanted to eliminate an itch in his nose, so he placed a power drill up his nose and turned the drill on with the drill bit still attached. He successfully got rid of the "itch", but in the process he "drilled" off his nose.

Here is a statement by Mr. Harleny:

"Nowhere on the package, or the actual tool was there a warning that specifically tells the consumer not to place the drill up their nose, or any orifice for that matter. These companies need to take responsibility for their products".

Mr. Harleny is suing for $25 million.
 
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