Welcoming to another piercing edition of <italics>Did You See That?</italics>, the world's only cutting edge photo gallery.
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This guy is obviously a big Sabres fan. Bet you didn't know that devotees of veggies get themselves skewered like shish kebabs at the Bang Neow shrine in Phuket, Thailand. Ritual Vegetarianism and Sabres fandom in Phuket Island happens to trace it roots, so to speak, back to the early 1800's. The festival begins on the first evening of the ninth lunar month and lasts for nine painful days. Participants in the festival perform acts of piercing as a means of shifting evil spirits from individuals onto themselves and bringing their community good luck. Hey, you never know.
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Beer and a shot: Members of the mountain riflemen's association in Bavarian costumes fire by order of their commander during the traditional "Boellerschiessen" (loosely translated as "well-oiled ceremonial firing of a big gun") on the last day of the solemn Oktoberfest beer festival at Theresienwiese. For your information, the Munich Oktoberfest is the world's largest suds bash and it draws millions of visitors. For raw excitement, it's mighty hard to top a mix of hearty drinking, large crowds and heavy artillery.
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To the fans' amusement, Dodgers left fielder Carl Crawford went McCan over teakettle after snagging a foul ball launched by the Braves' Brian McCann in Game 3 of the NLDS in Los Angeles.
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Sporting a dab of ketchup and a dollop of spinach from the concession stand, Randy Domres attempted to impersonate Ray Nitschke before his beloved Packers tackled the Detroit Lions in Green Bay.
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Unable to reach intended target Tiger Woods with an apparently urgent message, Kimberly Webster, 23, settled for "Streaking for Steve Stricker" (here's her official explanation) at the Muirfield links in Dublin -- Ohio, not Ireland. Alas, unamused authorities relieved her of a $100 fine and slapped her with a disorderly conduct charge.
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At New York City's Paul The Apostle Church, the famed hoofer troupe worked through their ritual punting drills for the 2013 Radio City Christmas Spectacular. If all goes according to plan, they should eb able to keep the audience pinned within its own 10 yard line for the duration of the show.
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Speaking of Paul The Apostle Church, good ol' Macca rolled into Times Square to squeeze out some tunes from his new platter, which is aptly entitled <italics>New.</italics>
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New Zealand's finest were quite surprised to discover that South Africa showed up for their match at Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg.
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The Houston Rockets' phenom (or flash in the pan, depending on your disorientation) snapped photos of fans upon his arrival at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport just south of Manila. The Rockets and Indiana Pacers flew in for the very first NBA game in this basketball-crazy Southeast Asian nation.
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America's pure-as-the-driven-snow sweetheart turned up at the Miley Cyrus' Official Album Release Party for "Bangerz" (as in the traditional Britsh meal bangerz and mash) at The General in New York City.
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Germany's Sandra Gal lines up a malodorous putt on the third green during the final round of the big tournament.
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Her heart will go on, even if it's made of wax. The refugee from Madame Tussauds was welcomed in Times Square by famed Gospel Choir, as seen on <italics>The Late Show </italics>with David Letterman.
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That bubbly feeling: Australia's Mick Fanning became the most decorated surfer in the history of the ASP tour's Quiksilver Pro France event when he deep-sixed Gabriel Medina of Brazil in the final.
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That Caged feeling: the beloved thespian attempted to speak to the swarming media jackals after winning the Best Global Actor in Motion Pictures tsotchke at the Huading Awards ceremony in Macau, Macau. Which is apparently in Macau.
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Stark human drama: In a scene from the acclaimed film <italics>Gravity</italics>, Mustangs fans desperately try to return to Earth during a game against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights at Gerald J. Ford Stadium in University Park, TX. And so we now let you drift off into the ether, as we've run out of photos to show you. See you next week if you make it back.
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