Splashing out at the mall

Workers catch 3,000 fish in flooded abandoned shopping centre in Thailand

CASTING NETS: (Above) Workers catching the fish, which consist of catfish, carp as well as black and red tilapia. These fish had been released over the years into the ground floor of the Thai shopping centre, which is flooded with rainwater.
CASTING NETS: (Above) Workers catching the fish, which consist of catfish, carp as well as black and red tilapia. These fish had been released over the years into the ground floor of the Thai shopping centre, which is flooded with rainwater.
CASTING NETS: (Above) Workers catching the fish, which consist of catfish, carp as well as black and red tilapia. These fish had been released over the years into the ground floor of the Thai shopping centre, which is flooded with rainwater.
LARGE-SCALE FISHING: (Above) People gather to see workers collecting fish inside an abandoned department store in Bangkok, Thailand, on Tuesday. Staff from the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration office were catching the fish at the ground floor of the roofless New World department store that was closed down in 1997.
LARGE-SCALE FISHING: (Above) Workers getting ready to collect fish inside the store.
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Screengrabs showing Eclipse the dog taking the bus by itself.
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A scorer so strong

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Bony had earlier been pictured holding a Manchester City shirt at the Ivory Coast's pre-African Nations Cup camp in Abu Dhabi.
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Enrique: Barca planning future with Messi

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