Children from Stoke have been banned from feeding the ducks at their local park after the County council claimed it was encouraging 'intimidating' wildlife. FULL ARTICLE *
The Knitbot, a knitting machine that knits Christmas jumpers using the power of peoples tweets has been unveiled. Using a chip that responds to users on the social network who mention #jumpers4des, the machine will produce bright red pullovers decorated in white snowflakes and Clydesdale horses. FULL ARTICLE
An artist who works for a London based design studio has created photograph frames out of placentas for mothers to display their baby's photo in. FULL ARTICLE
A battery which uses Brussels sprouts to power Christmas tree lights has been created by a team at The Big Bang UK Young Scientists and Engineers Fair. FULL ARTICLE
A 92 year old war veteran was stopped from buying alcohol from his local shop because he didn't have any identification. FULL ARTICLE
An angry wife from Swansea, South Wales made her cheating husband splutter over his pint after persuading a bar owner to change their shop sign to: “Paul...I am divorcing you.” FULL ARTICLE
After several 'unnerving' sightings of clowns, Norfolk police have issued a statement saying that it isn't against the law to dress up a clown and advised that as no one has been hurt or assaulted people should ignore the clowns so as not to give them the attention they probably wanted. FULL ARTICLE
And finally, probably the most pointless article of the week .....
A poll has concluded that the paperclip is the most essential item of office stationary. FULL ARTICLE
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