A leading member of the parody Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster is facing up to six years in prison for alleged illegal political activities.
Published 14 October 2020
A pregnant woman who went into labour minutes into her bar exam managed to complete the crucial test despite giving birth halfway through.
Published 13 October 2020
A resident of Louth County in the Republic of Ireland has run up a €20,000 bill for unpaid parking tickets.
Published 12 October 2020
A Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton named Stan has sold for £24.5 million at Christie's auction house in New York, breaking an all-time record.
Published 9 October 2020
Venezuela plans to launch the biggest-denomination note in its history, but delays in the note printing and hyperinflation mean it will be worth less than 18p by the time it enters circulation.
Published 8 October 2020
It has been alleged that a Vatican cardinal has given money intended for the rescue of Catholic hostages to a woman who purchased luxury handbags and clothing with it.
Published 7 October 2020
A prisoner who complained of intolerable pain was found to have four phones lodged in his rectum.
Published 6 October 2020
A former City of London banker has opened a pop-up crazy golf venue in Edinburgh.
Published 5 October 2020
A rare first edition Harry Potter book is set to fetch £50,000 at an auction in Staffordshire.
Published 2 October 2020
Police officers have been offered "surf therapy" to help them deal with mental health problems.
Published 1 October 2020
A businessman who was refused a £10,000 loan when he was a young entrepreneur, has bought the bank which turned him down.
Published 30 September 2020
Mike Tyson has revealed he paid a fan £6.2 million for breaking their jaw after being hounded for an autograph.
Published 29 September 2020
US bank Wells Fargo informed customer Judy Cashner of her death while she was still alive.
Published 28 September 2020
A rabbit breeder has been fined €2,400 for injuring his rivals in a fight at Germany’s Federal Buck Rabbit Show.
Published 25 September 2020
Cyber-criminals attempting to sell Bruce Springsteen's legal documents online were left disappointed when the auction of the data attracted no buyers.
Published 24 September 2020