A dinosaur footprint from a "Jurassic giant" has been found on a beach in Yorkshire.
Marie Woods noticed the fossilised print as she was collecting shellfish and experts believe it was made by a dinosaur with a body length of eight to nine metres.
Specialists suggest that it matches the print of a Megalosaurus, which lived between 164 and 175 million years ago.
Woods admits she was stunned to stumble across the print and hopes it can be preserved before it is washed away by the sea.
The archaeologist told Sky News: "I was grabbing some shellfish for dinner. I didn't collect much after seeing that.
"It's in a fragile state and sits close to the water level, meaning it could be lost to the sea.
"John Oxley [former city archaeologist of York] came to take a series [of] photographs so that we could create a 3D model if a collection isn't possible."
Restaurant offers free burgers to customers who get tattooed
California-based burger chain Farmer Boys have teamed up with The Honourable Society tattoo parlour in West Hollywood to celebrate the restaurant's 40th anniversary.
Three different tattoo designs bearing the name are on offer and those willing to get themselves inked will have free burgers for a whole year.
Larry Rusinko, the vice president and chief marketing officer of Farmer Boys, told NBC Los Angeles: "As we reflect on the last 40 years, we are overjoyed with the memories we have created with our loyal guests and team members.
"We are celebrating this milestone to offer our superfans the opportunity to pay homage to Farmer Boys and get free burgers for a year! Everyone can join the celebration, even those looking for a less permanent but equally delicious way to display their loyalty."
Man has spent the whole of 2021 livestreaming in a shed
Tim C Inzana has spent the entirety of 2021 in isolation and says he is prepared to do so for a number of years as he creates a piece of art.
The concept could be a moneyspinner for Inzana as he hopes to make millions by selling his Twitch livestream in a custom frame as an unusual piece of artwork.
Inzana has revealed that he will keep his stream running for up to five years so long as he has at least 7,000 subscribers and explained that his unusual scheme has the support of his fiancee, who passes him essentials through a window.
He said: "I don't know exactly what I'm doing, to be honest.
"There's elements of me just following hunches and wanting to make the world a better place."
Pensioner wins lottery after forgetting glasses
Dennis Fawsitt usually uses family birthdays for his weekly EuroMillions ticket but went for a lucky dip after forgetting to bring his spectacles to his convenience store in Derbyshire.
Fawsitt said that leaving his glasses at home turned out to be "one of my best decisions ever" as claimed the £116,124 jackpot with his lucky dip numbers.
He told the BBC: "I realised I had forgotten my glasses and tried to pick my numbers, but I just couldn't.
"I went to pay for my papers and asked the lady behind the counter for a lucky dip."
The 80-year-old revealed he had a "funny feeling" that he was going to win big money after not playing his traditional numbers.
Fawsitt said: "After what happened in the newsagent, I had this funny feeling we were going to win. I said to my wife Ann that evening that I felt we were going to win big."
Steve Wheeler has amassed the vast collection of bottles from across the world over the past 40 years and decided to give them all a scrub after getting "bored" during the pandemic.
Wheeler, 72, spent five weeks cleaning the milk bottles - rinsing an average of 657 per day as he completed the task in eight-hour shifts.
He told The Sun newspaper: "I just got bored. I thought it would be a good opportunity to clean them.
"I washed each one in a bowl of water and put it on the side to drain, and popped it back in place.
"They’re all sparkling now."
Despite his enormous collection of bottles, Wheeler confessed that he doesn't actually like milk.
He explained: "It makes my stomach churn. The thought of drinking the stuff is abhorrent."