A woman had to be rescued by police from an outhouse toilet after she climbed into it to retrieve her Apple Watch. The woman dropped the watch at a boat launch event in Bagley Township, Michigan, police said, and lowered herself inside the toilet.
A journalist recently tested the limits of baby naming in Australia by calling her son "Methamphetamine Rules". Kirsten Drysdale submitted the name to the New South Wales Births, Deaths and Marriages registry as part of national broadcaster ABC's new show What the FAQ.
Former Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani is being sued by his own lawyers over an alleged unpaid legal bill of $1.36 million (around €1.3m or £1.1m). The disputed bill relates to services provided since 2019, including early representation in some of the notorious election rigging cases, NBC New
An artist who was given nearly €70,000 in cash for an art project but then returned two blank canvasses he titled Take the Money and Run has been ordered to repay the sum. Danish artist Jens Haaning was expected to physically incorporate the banknotes totalling 500,000 kroner (nearly €70,0
The owner of a surfing python has been fined after breaching the strict conditions of his animal permit. Higor Fiuza was filmed longboarding with three-year-old carpet python Shiva off Australia's Gold Coast in footage which went viral on social media this month, ABC reports.
Skyrocketing cocaine exports are set to overtake oil as Colombia's main export, according to a new analysis. The country's oil exports dropped by nearly a third in the first half of the year while its cocaine exports are expected to outperform a record set in 2022, Bloomberg reports.
Police are investigating the unusual theft of 14 beehives from an apiary in north Wales. Beekeepers were last month urged to keep a look out for the missing bees, with police suggesting the thief or thieves would "clearly... have some knowledge about beekeeping".
Lidl issued an urgent recall on a line of Paw Patrol branded products after discovering a web address on the packaging led visitors to pornography. Four different biscuit and breakfast bar products featuring the images of police pup Chase and pals were affected by the issue, according to a recall no
Innocent-looking gnomes which have mysteriously appeared in Welsh gardens could be identifying targets for burglars, police have warned. North Wales Police said it was aware of individuals leaving "Christmas gnomes" in residential front gardens in Broughton, near the border with England.
The French government has made a fresh attempt to ban vegan foods from having meaty-sounding names after a previous decree was thrown out by judges. A draft decree published by France's agriculture ministry sets out 21 terms — including "steak", "escalope", "spare ribs", "ham" and "butcher" &m
Police called to the scene of a "ritual mass murder" earlier this week found that it was actually a yoga class in progress. Dog walkers raised the alarm after peering into the window of a café in a small Lincolnshire village and seeing several people lying motionless on the floor surrounded b
A pair of construction workers who dug through the Great Wall of China to create a shortcut have been arrested. Police in Youyo County in Shanxi province say a man and a woman used a digger to create a shortcut through the iconic landmark.
A hotel investigating the theft of 50 koi carp worth around £100,000 (€170,000) was surprised to identify an unexpected suspect: an otter. The Grosvenor Pulford Hotel, near the English city of Chester, installed CCTV cameras after the disappearance of the expensive fish, the BBC reports.
The head of a real estate agency which claimed to have sold a flat to a dog has been arrested in Iran. The arrest came after the agency published a video showing a couple signing over their home to a small white dog named Chester, The Jerusalem Post reports.