1. Protests over cameras in toilets spark checks Seoul is to make daily inspections of public toilets following marches by tens of thousands of women in the South Korean capital to protest against hidden cameras in the bathrooms. The Straits Times of Singapore reports that anger has been growing over increased incidents of spy-cam porn. The #MeToo movement has spurred female protests in the country. 2. Drug gave him a divine encounter, says McCartney Paul McCartney says he saw God after taking the psychedelic drug dimethyltryptamine. "I saw God … amazing [and] towering … and I was humbled," he told the London Sunday Times. McCartney was a member of the Beatles at the time, which was also when fellow band member John Lennon said the group was more popular than Jesus. McCartney said the moment in which he claims to have seen God didn’t turn his life around, "but it was a clue". 3. Lego wants to eliminate plastic materials in toys Lego is trying to eliminate its dependence on petroleum...

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