Airplane passengers may soon be able to have a 3608 view of the sky.
Windspeed Technologies, which is based in Washington, USA, has filed a patent application for the SkyDeck, which would be placed on top of planes and would allow people to have a full view of the sky, the Daily Mirror newspaper reports.
The company's official website reads: "The SkyDeck can be installed on a wide variety of aircrafts, ranging from wide-bodies to smaller executive jets.
We wanted to come up with a product that would provide a higher level of entertainment to reduce the boredom of long flights."
A father and son have stolen PS27,000 worth of chicken. Paul and Joshua Rojek were charged with falsifying records and grand larceny for keeping and selling off chicken brought through the restaurant they worked at, the Daily Star newspaper reports.
The Onondaga County Sheriff's Office says the 56-year-old and 33-year-old had been scamming the restaurant for nine months.
The world's first hangover clinic has opened its doors in Australia.
A clinic in Sydney is offering a range of treatments to cure even the worst hangovers, the Daily Star newspaper reported.
However, the idea hasn't been received well by some.
Michael Moore, chief executive of the Public Health Association of Australia, said: "This encourages people to use alcohol in an entirely inappropriate way.
"It's something the government should look at very, very carefully."