Bizarre

18 May 2020

Fans Replaced with Sex Dolls?

In a statement, FC Seoul expressed "sincere remorse" over the controversy, but insisted that it used mannequins — not sex dolls — to mimic a home crowd during its 1-0 ...

14 May 2020

Woman designs mask with a straw hole

An artist has designed a face mask with a small hole for a cocktail straw. Ellen Macomber, from New Orleans, designed the protective wear so people could enjoy a beverage while ...

14 May 2020

Missing sausage dog found with bacon

A missing sausage dog was found after his owners used bacon to lure him back. Floyd, a seven-month-old pup, was lost for three days before owners Fern Holmes and Doug Dinwiddie ...

14 May 2020

Police officers capture peacock using mating call

A police officer used a mating call to lure an escaped peacock back to the zoo. The bird, named Snowbank, escaped from the Franklin Park zoo in Boston to find a ...

14 May 2020

Postman told to ditch costume as it lacked 'sensitivity'

A postman has been told he can't wear a costume because it lacked ''sensitivity''. Michael Nelhams, from Lincolnshire, has worn an inflatable suit that has a dog biting its rear on ...

13 May 2020

Classic Disney films boost cancer patients

Classic Disney films can help to improve the quality of life for cancer patients having chemotherapy, a study has found. Researchers from the Medical University of Vienna played female cancer patients ...

13 May 2020

Strip club offers drive-thru service to beat lockdown

A strip club has got around the coronavirus lockdown by offering a drive-thru service. The Lucky Devil Lounge in Portland, Oregon, has transformed into Lucky Devil Eats, which has dancers delivering ...

13 May 2020

Scientists mistake male and female dinosaurs

Mistakes have been made when distinguishing between male and female dinosaurs, new research has revealed. There has been much debate as to whether scientists have been correctly identifying the sex of ...

13 May 2020

Dogs are like humans in puberty, study shows

Dogs have emotional difficulties during puberty. A new study has found that canines go through a similar experience to humans as they reach adolescence. The findings from Newcastle University reveal that dogs ...

13 May 2020

Stars Could Be Quarantined And Extras Replaced With Cgi when UK Films Resume

Actors flying into the UK to make films and TV shows could face health checks and a period of quarantine, while extras could be replaced with CGI to create crowd ...

13 May 2020

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Guest Reaches Final Question – But Did He Answer?

A retired doctor got to the final question on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire – but walked away with GBP 500,000. Andrew Townsley, from Glasgow, could have been the ...

13 May 2020

Charity Rejects Rapper Tekashi 69’S £163,000 Donation

A charity has rejected a 200,000 dollar (GBP 163,000) donation from controversial rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine. No Kid Hungry said it had a policy to decline funding from donors "whose activities ...

13 May 2020

Cognac Dating 250 Years Old Is Up for Auction – And It Should Still Taste Good

One of the world's oldest bottles of Cognac, given to a distillery worker instead of payment, could fetch GBP 160,000 at auction. The spirit dates from 1762, when Catherine the ...

13 May 2020

Andrew Lloyd Webber Still Top of Rich List Despite ‘£20M Hit’ From Pandemic

Andrew Lloyd Webber is expected to take a GBP 20 million hit to his fortune as a result of the coronavirus crisis, according to the Sunday Times Rich List. The ...

12 May 2020

Robot dog patrolling in Singapore

Singapore is using a 'robot dog' to enforce social distancing measures amid the coronavirus pandemic. The black and yellow robot, named Spot, plays a recording that says: ''Let's keep Singapore healthy. ...

12 May 2020

Bull causes power cut by itching bottom

A bull with an itchy bottom cut off power to 800 homes whilst trying to scratch his backside. Ron knocked a transformer off an electricity pole, leaving three villages in South ...

12 May 2020

Facebook asks for dog's driving licence

A woman was told to show a driving licence for a dog to prove she owns his Facebook account. Emily Doucet set up the social media profile for her pet back ...

12 May 2020

Amazon selling blank jigsaw

Amazon is selling a 'pure white hell' jigsaw. The puzzle consists of 1,000 pieces - and is made even harder by virtue of the fact that all of the pieces are ...

11 May 2020

Harry Potter books found in a skip will make thousands at auction

Three first-edition 'Harry Potter' books found in a skip are expected to sell for thousands at auction. Two paperback versions of J.K. Rowling's 'Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone' are going ...

11 May 2020

Suspect blows cover by farting

A fugitive gave away his hiding place to police when he farted. The suspect had hid from the law in bushes in Harworth, Nottinghamshire - but he blew his cover when ...

11 May 2020

Dorset's knob-eating contest held online for first time

Dorset's annual knob-eating contest has been held online for the first time. The event - which sees competitors trying to gobble the most of the county's traditional biscuits - usually draws ...

11 May 2020

Surfer survives shark attack with punches

A surfer survived a shark attack by punching it twice. Dylan Nacass struck the creature twice when it attacked him as he surfed in Australia. The 23-year-old, who hails from France, escaped ...

11 May 2020

5 bizarre cravings that will blow your mind

Many women experience strong cravings during pregnancy. And whether you’re pregnant or not, sometimes all you want is to eat peanut butter straight from the jar with a spoon, right? ...

11 May 2020

WTF is a ketchup cake?

If you are wondering what this strange cake might taste like, the recipe is available on some Canadian Heinz bottles. The recipe from Kraft Canada is known as Great Canadian HEINZ ...