And Finally



And finally... Bank turns tap

The vice president-director of Indonesia's largest non-state bank PT Bank Central Asia (BCA) has restricted the amount of drinking water available to staff.

Published 1 November 2019

And finally... fake news

Police are searching for a man who allegedly attempted to open a bank account with a '$1 million' bill.

Published 31 October 2019

And finally... roaming charges

Russian scientists who were tracking the movements of migrating eagles were forced to start a crowdfunding campaign after their birds flew into Iran and foreign text messages from their tracking devices cost the scientists their entire budget.

Published 30 October 2019

And finally... Meltdown

The UK is set to destroy the commemorative coins made to mark Brexit.

Published 29 October 2019

And finally... Dog's life

The Queen's car which has been specially adapted for her corgis' has been sold at auction for over £80,000.

Published 28 October 2019

And finally... Ladies' prerogative

A restaurant in Lima, Peru has been fined $90,000 for giving women a different menu when they dine with men.

Published 25 October 2019

And finally... Pedigree chump

The president of Turkmenistan, Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, has ordered several banks in the country to fund an initiative to improve the pedigree of the Alabay dog breed.

Published 24 October 2019

And finally... Click to pray

The Vatican has launched the Click to Pray eRosary which is a wearable technology bracelet featuring a crucifix interface which tracks the user's worship.

Published 23 October 2019

And finally... Out of tune

France's most celebrated architect Jean Nouvel has laid a criminal complaint for fraud, embezzlement and favouritism against the Philharmonie de Paris.

Published 22 October 2019

And finally... boxing clever

School officials have come under fire for making pupils wear cardboard boxes on their heads while they sit exams to stop them from cheating.

Published 21 October 2019

And finally... credit swindle

A former senior banker at Credit Suisse has admitted accepting a staggering $45 million in bribes related to Mozambican government debt deals.

Published 18 October 2019

And finally... crime after crime

A woman has posted a 'scathing' parody song on Facebook which lists Donald Trump's criminal offences.

Published 17 October 2019

And finally... Euro de change

A Glasgow nightclub is to accept Euros at its Brexit-themed Halloween party.

Published 16 October 2019

And finally... Unjustified enrichment

Fife Council has accidentally paid a member of the public £300,000 due to a "keying error".

Published 15 October 2019

And finally... up in smoke

A man lost most of his life savings after his best friend turned an oil-fired boiler in his workshop on – unaware that €540,000 was stashed inside.

Published 14 October 2019