• A homeowner in Bangkok has been left shocked

    A chap was relaxing watching television when he heard a strange noise.
    There was a odd clunking sound resonating from behind plasterboard.
    He called for backup and when a hole was cut a 15 foot long python was found hissing and coiled up behind the wall.

  • A couple who owned a painting they didn't like have been left very surprised

    They stuck the painting out of the way in the spare room because they thought it was ugly.
    It turned out to be a 17th century masterpiece which has sold at auction for a whopping £540,000.
    The auctioneers described the piece as ‘good old fashioned sleeper’ - an antique that’s true value goes unrecognised for years.

  • An event in Brighton has gone viral - for all the wrong reasons

    The Big Cheese Festival - ran out of cheese.
    Organisers apologised and offered refunds to lovers of the smelly stuff.
    Extreme weather was blamed for some traders being unable to get to the site.

  • A pregnant woman in France has been fined....

    For walking the wrong way at a metro station in Paris.
    Station bosses say the system is in place to control flow and prevent “incidents”.
    It’s outraged users on social media - some going as far to say it made them ashamed to be French.

  • A pub in North Wales has started to offer some customers a discount

    But the reduced rate only applies to diners who lock their phones away.
    Customers at the The Fat Boar in Wrexham will get 25% off their food bills on Mobile Free Monday.
    The phones will be locked in cash boxes on tables and aims to get people talking face to face without any distractions.

  • The strangest substitution for an out of stock item at a supermarket has gone viral

    A Mum in the UK ordered her weekly shop - but one of the items wasn’t available.
    ASDA try to replace for something similar when this happens - but instead of getting a bag of mixed nuts - she received a yellow RUBBER DUCK.
    Even the delivery driver said it was one of the strangest replacements he had ever seen.

  • A Police officer is being accused of taking the biscuit - well more than one

    The constable faces a tribunal after allegedly taking a colleague’s biscuit tin from a cupboard and then lying about it.
    The cop - part of the Metropolitan force - is said to have nabbed a two tier tin of biscuits from a communal area in 2016.
    The officer claims he intended to share the sweet treats - and even offered to replace them - but the matter is now whether he has breached professional standards.

  • Hillwalkers are being warned about an every day item

    Mountaineering Scotland say magnets in outdoor clothing and on phone covers raise the risk of hillwalkers making navigational errors.
    Magnets are increasingly being used on items such as gloves.
    Recently a group of walkers got disorientated in low cloud during a trek at Glen Shee - and headed east instead of west.

  • Is this the most embarrassing rescue ever

    A man has had to be helped after getting his hand stuck down a squat toilet.
    He was texting whilst taking a number one at a hotel in China when he dropped his shiny new iphone8 down the pan.
    He struggled for 20 minutes to get free before a cleaner found him and called the emergency services - he didn’t manage to get his phone back.

  • A bunch of balloons have caused chaos to commuters

    The large cluster of yellow & black balloons became tangled on overhead lines at Billericay in Essex.
    When asked why a train could not plough through balloons, Greater Anglia trains said they could damage the pantograph on the top of the carriages.
    Network Rail shifted the balloons - but not before trains were delayed by more than two hours.