MPs ‘laughed’ about this sign over lunch (Picture: SWNS) The House of Commons is in a state of crisis. Despite the season, canteen staff have apologised to Britain’s leaders today for having no ice cream. A bizarre sign was put up explaining the freezer was locked and staff have no access to the creamy goods within. […]
At an antiques shop you expect to find items that have a back story you will never know. But some items just don’t like being left on the shelf as this video shows. The owners of Barnsley Antiques centre believe their shop is being plagued by a poltergeist and they have CCTV evidence to prove […]
Although Ms McAllister wasn’t X-rayed, this is what it might have looked like if she was (Picture: WN.com) A woman recently managed to sneak a gun past no less than four prison guards with an unusual (and highly dangerous) technique. Josephine McAllister, 34, allegedly smuggled the handgun into the metropolitan detention centre in Albuquerque by hiding […]
HB NC (Picture: Paramount) Nicolas Cage, the internet’s favourite actor (apart from Benedict Cumberbatch and Chuck Norris… and also potentially David Hasselhoff), reached the grand old age of 51 this week. To mark the occasion, Cage fans have been uploading biro sketches of the star of films including Ghost Rider, The Wicker Man, Drive Angry, […]
The officers probably won’t want to ride a bike while wearing a nappy (Picture: EPA) Police officers in Manila are going back to basics (and we mean right back to basics) after it was revealed they will be wearing NAPPIES during the Pope’s forthcoming visit. Traffic officials have been issued 2,000 nappies so they can […]
A woman made love to a dog (not pictured) (Picture: Getty) A good Samaritan who offered a homeless person a place to stay allegedly caught the woman engaging in sexual activity with her dog. The homeless woman approached someone in a South Oakland shop, US, and explained she was homeless and four months pregnant. After hearing […]
The satirical magazine targeted by three masked gunmen is widely seen as France’s answer to Private Eye and prides itself on a mixture of tongue-in-cheek reporting and investigative journalism.
Journalists around the world led the trend for the hashtag, which translates as ‘I am Charlie’, as events following the attack unfolded today. By 4.15pm it had been tweeted more than 250,000 times.
The offices of Hebdo were burned to the ground after an attack with Molotov cocktails in 2011, while editor Stephane Charbonnier was placed in Al Qaeda’s most wanted list in 2013.
Appearing in Downing Street after talks with David Cameron, Mrs Merkel insisted that the principle of freedom of movement across the continent could not be ‘questioned’.
The German Chancellor, in Britain for one-to-one talks with Mr Cameron over EU reform and the continuing crisis in Russia, was invited into a top-level run down of the security threat by MI5 and MI6.
Armed gunmen stormed the offices of French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo today, reportedly leaving ten dead and five others injured, said the publication’s cartoonist.
Charlie Hebdo cartoonist, Corinne Rey (pictured), and her daughter watched helplessly as two of her colleagues were shot dead by masked attackers who claimed to be Al Qaeda fighters.