An inquisitive 4-year-old boy asked a question that got him banned from a doughnut shop in Monroe, Connecticut.
A high school in Fort Smith, Arkansas, wants a man to stop defecating on a pole on their campus, a problem they say has been happening for years.
Correctional officers in Brazil were surprised at the amount of equipment that a visitor hid in his backside to try to deliver to an inmate in the prison at Ribeirao das Neves.
Armed bandits are threatening villagers in northern India with death unless they deliver 35 buckets of water each day.
Drivers in western Sweden were stuck in a jam after a van shed its load of preserves and juices which led to major traffic problems.
There's something fishy going on in Teesside. Shoppers have been cutting trips short. And pets are being blamed for producing a noxious odour.
Police appeal for witnesses after bus wing mirror damaged by jacket potato. Tesco apologise for sign apologising for incontinence caused by fridge breakdown.
A man who fled from a traffic stop in Mississippi unknowingly ran into a building where police academy training was in session.
After a regular Lingerie Night attendee at Eager Beaver Bar in Appleton, Wisconsin, was charged last week with attempting to kidnap a bartender, the weekly event has been discontinued.
A pine tree planted in 2004 near Griffith Observatory, Los Angeles, in memory of George Harrison is to be replanted because the original tree died as the result of a beetle infestation.
Tantric massages provide sexual pleasure and are subject to the same tax levied on brothels and swinger clubs in a German city, a court ruled on Monday.
After a bumper breeding season at the Sea Life London Aquarium recently with penguin, poison dart frog and seahorse births in a matter of weeks, aquarists have created a special aquatic love nest to encourage a couple of shy clownfish to pair up.
Boating has been banned on an Edinburgh pond after a vicious Geordie swan moved in. The male bird and its mate, originally from Newcastle, have taken over Craiglockhart Pond and are rearing cygnets.
A court has heard how an inept robber's attempted multi-million pound raid on a cash depot in Swanley, Kent, turned into a “farce” when he knocked down the wrong wall with a digger.
One-eyed David Rainsford, who lost his right eye when he was 14 after being shot by a fellow pupil with an airgun at school, claims high-street optician Specsavers is discriminating against him by charging the same for an eye test as customers with both eyes.