The dreamy Dubai photographer was reportedly told to leave the oil-rich country by delegates who feared he might corrupt impressionable women.
The headline says it all: ‘Feral pig drinks 18 cans of beer, fights cow and then passes out drunk under tree.’
In April, a French scientist rocked the underwear industry by declaring bras are useless.
Diligent Jean-Denis Rouillon spent 16 years studying hundreds of women’s breasts but said further research could be needed.
Fun-loving squirrel Sneezy is absolutely nuts about trying on hats and his love for dressing up turned him into an internet star.
The rodent struck up a bond with student Mary Krupa after the pair shared a bag of nuts.
A curious tenant was left a little freaked out when he discovered a secret ‘dungeon’ in his new studio apartment just a day after moving in
McDonald’s high chair
It started with a quiet drink and and ended with police being called to free a grown man from a baby’s high chair in a McDonald’s in Ireland.
A man in Cork, Ireland, was left truly embarrassed after getting himself stuck in the seat for toddlers at the fast food restaurant.
A family in Gloucester were left stunned when a hamster came back from the grave after being buried in the garden on Good Friday.
Tink the hamster was found ‘cold and lifeless’ in the bottom of her cage and laid to rest by a couple who were looking after her for a friend.
But the next day the rodent – who was not dead but hibernating – reappeared as perplexed Les Kilbourne-Smith crushed a pile of old boxes for recycling.
A concerned resident in Brighton sparked concern when he apparently discovered a ‘vortex to another dimension, complete with giant snake’ on a residential street.
It was not clear if he had taken any mind-bending drugs.
According to The Argus a concerned local reported the mysterious sighting to the council through the Fix My Street website, which is used to register concerns.
The person, who remained anonymous, wrote: ‘I was recently walking my affenpinscher (a toy breed of dog) around the Hanover area of Brighton when I noticed that a wormhole or vortex has opened up on Montreal Road.
‘On closer inspection it seems to be some kind of portal to other times, places and dimensions.
‘I would have investigated further but I was concerned my little dog would be sucked into it.
‘Is this meant to be there? At first I believed it might be part of the Brighton Festival but I believe it could be a hazard to the general public. I look forward to your response.’
And if possibility of a spooky wormhole wasn’t enough, the poster then said he had returned to the site earlier this month and had spotted a serpent escaping from the opening.
‘I went past the other day and it seems to have got worse – it is now emitting an unsettling yellow light and a large snake appears to be emerging from the wall,’ they added.
When The Argus contacted Brighton and Hove City Council they said they would not be following up the claim.
This is probably the last thing you expect to find when undertaking some property DIY.
A homeowner was left speechless when he took up his old carpet to discover a giant Monopoly board painted on the floorboards underneath.
Every home needs its own version of the classic board game, but most of them you can pack away and store in the cupboard when you’re done.
‘Pulled up the carpet at the house, and guess what I found!’