John Hardisty, 64, of Benton, Newcastle, a die-hard fan of Newcastle United Football Cub (NUFC) has created an 8ft stained glass window in his garden shed after fans protested when their beloved St James' Park was renamed Sports Direct Arena last November. More
I really shouldn't laugh.
A hapless 52-year-old pedestrian had to be rescued by the emergency services after getting his head trapped in a rubbish bin.
Police, fire crews and an ambulance rushed to the scene in Aberdeen, Scotland, where crowds had gathered to watch the bizarre rescue unfold as fire crews spent 15 minutes cutting the top off the 4ft high bin with a high-powered saw normally used for cutting people out of vehicles. More
Elvis is alive and well and singing in ....... Wales?
A group of Elvis Presley impersonators have donned their blue suede shoes to claim a new world record.
Dressed in dark sunglasses and Elvis trademark black wigs hundreds of Presley fans belted out the famous 1956 hit Hound Dog at Porthcawl, south Wales, in honour of the rhinestone wearing hip shaker. More
Hmm, imagine an inter-planet exchange between these two ......
The rural Scottish village of Glenelg has announced an unlikely link with its planet Mars namesake - situated more than 35 million miles away.
The coastal community, situated in the Highlands of western Scotland, shares the same name as a location on the Red Planet and it has now announced its intention to hold a twinning ceremony this month. More
Designed to be eaten one piece at a time? Not in this house it won't be.
Cadbury is launching a chocolate bar aimed at women in an attempt to win back lost sales among the diet-conscious.
The new bar designed with a resealable pack so it can be eaten one piece at a time comes in at 165 calories, compared with 260 for a Mars bar. The Crispello, which is similar in taste and consistency to Ferrero Rocher chocolates, has three chocolate-covered wafer shells with a soft milk chocolate filling. More
I think it safe to say that calories and diets were the last thing on these pairs mind.
Friends are barred for life from all-you-can eat restaurant ..... for eating too much. More
With breakfast being the most important meal of the day, it's pleasant to be devour it with a smile on your face.
And Pauline Whiting, from Newbury, Berks, had a particularly uplifting morning when reached into the chicken coop in her garden to find a smiley-faced shell grinning back at her. More
And talking of eggs - £60 for a soft-boiled egg and soldiers? .......
Egg lovers can enjoy a cracking start to the day by ordering the huge soft-boiled ostrich egg which comes with toast currently on sale in a restaurant in London.
Head chef Brendan Fylde created the egg, which is the equivalent of 20 normal hen eggs and costs £60, as part of a special breakfast menu created for British Egg Week. More
(Almost) Husband dearests idea of heaven?
Hot Tub Cinema does exactly what it says, allowing movie fans to soak up films whilst relaxing in an inflatable hot tub.
Rather than having to queue at a multi-screen complex, tubbers watch the films on a roof terrace against the backdrop of London’s skyline, before the evening turns into a pool party complete with DJ. More
Let's hear it for the real-life Wurzel Gummidge!
A student who graduated university with a degree in music and English is putting his skills to good use in a Norfolk field, after being employed as a human scarecrow.
Jamie Fox, 22, who recently graduated from Bangor University, will play a ukulele, accordion and cowbell in a bid to finally scare off the hardy birds, which were unperturbed by ordinary scarecrows. More