'O Brother, Where Art Thou?' Takes On a Whole New Meaning

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O Brother, Where Art Thou? Oh wait, there you are...

Imagine having a twin brother you never knew existed. Growing up without him, it would maybe feel like a part of you was missing.

Well, what if it turned out you were carrying that missing part with you all along … in your own stomach?

Sanju Bhagat was always self-conscious about his big belly, which earned him the nickname of "pregnant man" in his village of Nagpur, India. But he could always chalk it up to a little overzealousness at the dinner table, or so he thought.

That is, until he was rushed to the hospital for being unable to breathe, and doctors discovered the 36-year-old mutilated fetus of Bhagat's twin brother trapped inside his stomach, ABC Primetime's "Medical Mysteries" reported.

The "fetus in fetu," as doctors call it, happens when a fetus becomes trapped inside the body of its twins and begins to leach the blood supply. When freed from Bhagat's stomach, the fetus was found to be well-developed, even having long fingernails and hair.

Maybe Money Does Grow on Trees ... and Those Babies Are Shedding!

PADDOCK LAKE, Wis. (AP) — A sales representative on the way to a business call made an unscheduled stop — in the middle of the highway — after noticing cash swirling around his car.

"I was a little west of Paddock Lake and all of a sudden there was money flying in my windshield and grill," Ted Neitzke said.

Neitzke, 58, of Random Lake, said he stopped, got out of his car and began collecting the bills Tuesday while dodging traffic. He managed to pick up a dozen $20 bills and two $1 bills — a total of $242. Then he called the Kenosha County Sheriff's Department.

"I was just hoping it wasn't anybody's rent money or somebody who needed it," he said.

The sheriff's report said the money was placed in an evidence locker, and if no one claims it, Neitzke will get it. Sheriff's spokesman Horace Staples said not everyone would have turned in the cash.

"When people do that, it's very unique," Staples said. "Normally people would look around and pocket the money."

Wouldn't Mom Be Proud?

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (AP) — A man was sentenced to jail for breaking into his former wife's e-mail and sending pornographic pictures of her to her relatives.

Alfred Seals, 47, of Cape Girardeau, pleaded guilty Wednesday to misdemeanor tampering with computer data and was sentenced to 20 days behind bars.

Seals gained access to his ex-wife's e-mail account without her consent, then e-mailed her family a link to a Web site and message stating, "something nice to see," according to a probable cause statement.

The link took users to a Web site that contained several pornographic pictures Seals took of the woman when they were married.

The woman immediately suspected her ex-husband and went to police.

D-Cups, Courtsey of Joe Taxpayer!

CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australian soldiers are indulging in expensive cosmetic surgery — including breast enlargements, nose jobs and face lifts — at taxpayers' expense, according to media reports Friday.

Official Australian Defense Force policy states that personnel can undergo plastic surgery at public expense for medical or psychological reasons that threaten their ability to work.

An army cook underwent a nose reduction operation Wednesday, while female service personnel have had breast enlargements after claiming that depression and poor confidence were hurting their work, News Ltd. newspapers reported.

Defense Minister Brendan Nelson said Friday he has ordered an investigation.

Cosmetic surgery consultant Pamela Noon told the newspapers her business has performed surgeries on six military personnel in the past year.

"While a feature might affect somebody's self-confidence, I can't see how it would help their ability to protect the country," Noon was quoted as saying.

God Works in Mysterious Ways, and in Mysterious Places...

Turtles don't tend to draw much attention to themselves. They swim, eat turtle pellets, poop and, well, that's pretty much it. But one special turtle has some believing she's a messenger from God.

An Illinois woman claims that a silhouette of the Virgin Mary can be found on her pet turtle's pink underbelly. The turtle, aptly named Mary, shares a tank with a fellow amphibian, Joseph.

No word yet as to whether the turtle has any plans to embark on a nationwide tour, or whether its owner has any plans to auction it off on eBay.

Video: The Virgin Mary Appears

Compiled by FOXNews.com's Hannah Sentenac.

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