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Why Is There A Giant Rubber Duck Floating Down The River Thames?

LONDON - Londoners were left slightly bemused on Tuesday when they stumbled across a giant rubber duck floating down the River Thames.

First a monkey wearing a coat roaming around IKEA in Toronto? Now a rubber duck swimming up the Thames? Has everyone gone quackers? Is it already the end of the world? No, it was just a mere PR stunt by a British online bingo company named Jackpotjoy.com wanting to inject a bit of fun into the lives of commuters. Enjoy:


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