Lyn Dwyer, of Broomhill, Northumberland, may have gotten a little more than she bargained for in her latest bit of butter. Pulling back the plastic cover after having removed the lid on a small tub of Anchor brand butter, the 61-year-old mother of two was shocked to find a phallic shape revealed to her in her dairy, as the details.
"I was just making some toast and you have to peel back a cover once you open the lid... I immediately saw it and thought, ‘Really?' It looked to me like a very clear depiction of a willy... It makes a change from seeing Jesus on toast," Dwyer recounted.
It seems that being a good boy goes a long way, and will get you off the hook even when you accidentally get into trouble.
This was recently the case for Charlie, a 120-pound Rottweiler-mix that ended up inadvertently injuring his owner — and quite severely, at that — during a hunting trip in the New Mexico desert.
Charlie is one of the three dogs with whom 74-year-old Tex Harold Gilligan shares his life. The man lives in Doña Ana County, and last week drove his canine companions into the desert west of Las Cruces to hunt for jackrabbits.
While the trip started innocently enough, Gilligan ended up getting gunned down in a bizarre accident that boggles the mind and defies imagination. The man wound up at an El Paso hospital after his dog shot him with the very same shotgun that was meant for the jackrabbits.
Some people love bacon so much that they can't stop eating the salty cured meat — even while at work. Now, one bacon aficionado's love for the food has gotten her in trouble with the law.
On Friday, November 9, around 1:30 p.m., a manager at a McDonald's in Bluffton, South Carolina, repeatedly told one of the restaurant's cooks to stop eating bacon while working her shift. When the woman would not sampling the store's meat, the manager was forced to report her activity to her supervisor.
However, that action did not sit well with the bacon lover, according to a Beaufort County Sheriff's Office report obtained by .
The worker then pushed the manager into a corner and "tried to shove hot crispy bacon in [her] face" to try to force the manager to eat the meat.
Referee David McNamara has been handed a three-week ban by the English FA for asking two captains to play rock, paper, scissors to decide the kick-off before a Women's Super League (WSL) match after forgetting his coin, British media reported on Tuesday.
Rwandans enjoy eating beetroot but entrepreneur Assumpta Uwamariya has found a novel use for the vegetable - turning it into a red wine that has proven popular with customers in several African countries and even as far away as Germany.
Londoners fed up with Brexit can vent their rage with a special gym routine that includes high-intensity exercises like pummeling punchbags bearing photographs of some of the main players like Boris Johnson and Jean-Claude Juncker.
The Houston City Council on Wednesday prevented what was billed as the first brothel in the United States equipped with sex dolls from opening in the Texas city, altering a local ordinance to block the business and any others like it.
A jobless young Frenchman told by Emmanuel Macron that all he needed to do to find a job was cross the road and ask has landed a position after video of his exchange with the president went viral online.
A 62-year-old man had the shock of his life when he snapped his penis in two places while having sex in a Taiwan motel.
According to the, the unfortunate incident took place while the retiree was having sex with his bed partner, who was on top during the session when she heard a "loud crack". The man - who has only been identified with his surname "Liao" - was immediately rushed to the hospital by his lover.
According to the report, doctors at the Feng-Yuan Hospital Ministry Of Health And Welfare, examined the man's condition and said that his penis was left resembling a saxophone and was the size of an aubergine because of the traumatizing fracture.
A French researcher has invented a robot finger that attaches to your mobile phone. It can wriggle across your desk. It can stroke your hand. And guess what? It's creepy. No, really, watch the video. Creepy, see?
Axe throwing may not seem to have a place in Los Angeles, where sun and surf reign supreme, but the city's first venue featuring the niche sport is counting on people to ditch the waves for steel hatchets.