Latest Odd Stuff
Glass eye found at theme park
A glass eye is among items that have been found underneath rollercoasters at a British theme park.
Visitors have lost more than their stomachs on the rides at THORPE PARK, with a false leg, a wig, a wallet full of condoms and 52 underground travel cards also being found in its grounds.
Man tries to board train with pony
A man tried to board his pony on a train in the UK.
The unnamed man baffled staff at Wrexham station in Anglesey when he put the animal in a lift to get to his desired platform before pulling it on to a train set for Holyhead.
Toddler sold on eBay
An American toddler was sold on eBay for $1,000.
Autumn Braden, 19, was babysitting her two-year-old relative and decided to put up an advert on the auction website to hawk the tot.
Four hospitalised over ham
Four people were hospitalised in Italy after an argument broke out about ham.
A 50-year-old shopper sparked the row in a Tuscany store when she claimed a shop assistant was cutting her slices of meat too thick.
Man claims hospital tattooed his bum
A Chinese patient is claiming medical staff tattooed his backside during surgery.
Sheng Xianhui, 34, has been left fuming after he woke from an operation to have gall stones removed to find his bottom had been inscribed with symbols meaning 'Stone Disease'.
Baby gets Facebook name
An Israeli couple have named their newborn daughter 'Like' after the Facebook application.
Lior and Vardit Adler decided to name their child after the button - symbolised by a thumbs-up image and clicked by users of the social networking website when they like friends' pictures, statuses or comments - so she has a truly unique name.
Mystery of exploding watermelons
Chinese farmers are baffled because their watermelons have started exploding.
Although they have admitted to using chemicals to speed up the growth of their fruit, they have found that even those that are left to grow organically have been exploding too.