Tuesday, 28 April 2009
A couple were charged with having sex in a rubbish skip in Saanich, British Columbia, Canada.
A man set his house ablaze trying to kill a spider with a cigarette lighter in Paulsgrove, Hants.
A postie was bitten by a snake as he collected letters in Brean Cove, Somerset.
Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez admits he may have to sell some of his current squad to fund his summer transfer kitty. The Spaniard is eyeing Valencia duo David Silva and Raul Albiol, as well as Aston Villa's Gareth Barry.
Tottenham midfielder Didier Zokora says he is ready to quit the club after losing his first-team place. Team-mates David Bentley, Tom Huddlestone, Gareth Bale and Jermaine Jenas also face uncertain futures at White Hart Lane.
Klinsmann's availability could interest Manchester City should the club decide to sack current manager Mark Hughes.
Manchester United winger Nani faces an uncertain future at Old Trafford following his second-half substitution in the 5-2 victory over Tottenham. The Portugal international has yet to complete 90 minutes in six Premier League starts this season. (Independent)
Manchester City defender Richard Dunne has outlined his commitment to stay at Eastlands, despite interest from Sunderland. (Daily Star)Birmingham City and Newcastle are set to fight it out over £4m Rangers defender Madjid Bougherra.
Saturday, 25 April 2009
Text speak like 'LOL' (laugh out loud) in email topped a poll of pet hates by Yahoo users.
A hooker charging £125 a time in Romania turned out to be the Social Democrat Party's stunning youth leader Lavina Samuila, 23.
ALL BEDS ARE OFF
An auction of 18-year-old Alina Percea's virginity ended £40,000 short at £10,050 in Stuttgart.
Tuesday, 21 April 2009
Instead I'm focusing on the lower leagues and going for four aways - Barnsley, Cardiff, Scunthorpe and Wycombe.
Any 3 from 4, all up for 60 quid.
Monday, 20 April 2009
A bizarre three-bedroom house which measures just 8ft wide but 35ft from front to back has been put on sale for £110,000 in Brecon, mid-Wales.
RETURN TO SPENDER
Elvis Presley's first disc My Happiness - recorded in 1953 when he was 18 - is to be sold by its Florida owner for £1million.
An escaped lioness terrified high street shoppers for 30 minutes before returning to her safari park in Romania.