A woman from New York has failed in her attempt to sue her own 8-year-old nephew after his display of affection and youthful exuberance when greeting her at his birthday party caused her to break her wrist.
Published 14 October 2015
The contents of a leaked internal Treasury report has revealed that officials within Whitehall believe that legalising cannabis could generate hundreds of millions of pounds a year in tax and cut costs for the police and prisons.
Published 13 October 2015
Published 12 October 2015
Four bakers have been hit with fines by French authorities for working…too much.
Published 9 October 2015
Published 8 October 2015
Following on from recent high-profile stories regarding footballer’s fines, SNP MSP James Dornan has called for fines paid to the SFA to be donated to good causes across the country.
Published 7 October 2015
Published 6 October 2015
A woman in America has been billed by a couple whose wedding she failed to attend.
Published 5 October 2015
A group of hapless raiders managed to partially demolish a building in Cambridgeshire as they tried to pry an ATM out of the wall – but still left empty-handed.
Published 2 October 2015
Published 1 October 2015
The taxman has told a Glaswegian single mother that she is to have her benefits stopped because she is in a relationship - with her local post office.
Published 30 September 2015
Published 29 September 2015
A man from Alabama was arrested last week after he stole a lottery ticket dispenser from a liquor store - before returning to claim his cash prize.
Published 28 September 2015
An American family could be in danger of losing out on their dream home because a bungling telephone company has saddled them with an erroneous bill for $2 million!
Published 25 September 2015
A new study that has found one in four British workers do not feel motivated by their bosses has also revealed that Edinburgh is home to the country’s most motivating gaffers, while Glasgow has some of the most uninspiring.
Published 24 September 2015