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Linux trademark stops train

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A TRAIN DRIVER slowed Germany's rail system to a halt after he mistook a giant toy penguin for a dead man in a tuxedo.

The 'mansized' Linux trademark penguin was dumped by the tracks, probably left over from a bizarre Volish voodoo ritual, although there were no reported pins, or needles, found in the back of it.

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