A boy, 16, was told to serve as an unofficial court sketch artist after failing a drug test but finding sympathy from the judge.
A Harrods worker is claiming £1million compensation after he was sacked for eating a £7.50 slice of chocolate cake.
A Spanish town voted unanimously to define dogs and cats as “non-human residents”, giving them human rights.
A painting by SA artist Irma Stern, valued at R20m, was found in a London flat covered in letters, postcards and bills.
Nigel Richards can barely speak a “mot” of French. Yet he has just won the world French language Scrabble championship.
A headless Lenin statue has lost its torso after a selfie-happy Siberian tried to pose alongside the image of the Soviet leader.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron says a “big conversation” is needed about the issue of marauding seagulls.
Aberdeenshire Council asks Carron Fish Bar to remove their Mars bar banner in order to help “improve the look” of the town.
Just a day after surfer Mick Fanning survived a shark attack on Jeffreys Bay, the Twittersphere erupted with memes.
A Russian man was busted while trying to smuggle 460 kilograms of cheese stuffed in the trunk and backseat of his car.
A tipsy squirrel caused £300 worth of damage at a London club after turning on one of the ale pumps.
Italian farmers are installing showers and air conditioning in cowsheds and pigsties to allow the animals to freshen up.
A Chinese court ordered a mugger's intended victim to pay his attacker after he fought off the attempted robbery and beat him up.
Hundreds of sex toys have been seen dangling from power lines across Portland provoking laughter, blushing and photos.
A Pennsylvania man was arrested by undercover deputies after travelling to Arizona to have sex with a horse.