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Sopranos bug spotted in Singapore


We're going to win awards for this one. An amateur photographer has snapped this stunning insect in Singapore, and it bears an uncanny likeness to Sopranos captain/underboss Paulie 'Walnuts' Gaultieri.

Snapper Winston Jansen spotted the bug while on an expedition in the forests in the west of the country. Known as a stink bug the animal has glands in its thorax between the first and second pair of legs which produce a foul smelling liquid. And a pistol. And a clip. And a piano wire...

Images: Caters/Allstar



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