Weird News


February 09, 2016

The inventor of penis implants, Dr James Elist, has stopped doing small sizes because nobody wants a "small penis".

According to Metro newspaper, Elist - who is the only person qualified to insert Penuma Demand penis implants n has now performed over 1,000 operations, which are priced at around US$13,000 (PS9,073) each.

For those who aren't squeamish, the procedure is a sheathe of silicone, called the Penuma, inserted directly into the penis which is then able to enhance both length and girth.

A funny-looking fish with a human nose has been found in the Caribbean sea. The alien creature with human feet, fish scales and a 'perfectly formed' snout was found on the Island of Carriacou, where the likes of Simon Cowell and Rihanna take vacation.

According to the Daily Mirror newspaper, a local said: "Everyone crowded round to look - nobody had ever seen anything like it. Quite a few people were pretty scared and thought it looked like something out of a sci-fi horror film."

And fisherman Hope McLawrence was "shocked" by the discovery. He added: "I have never discovered anything like this before.

By the look of the creature, it can't swim but walks on the seabed.

"This has shocked me to a considerable extent since I never thought that a creature like this even existed, much less in the harbour of these shallow, friendly waters. This is like a mystery and breathes a chill with this discovery."

Orangutans in Melbourne have been playing video games. Microsoft has teamed up with Zoos Victoria at the University of Melbourne to research how orangutans interact with technology and make decision by getting them to play Xbox. The first orangutan to be tested was 12-year-old Melu and he seemed to like the video game as he ran to the game console and attempted to kiss it, according to

Emmerdale has come out on top in a study into which British soap wastes the least food. Sainsbury's has sifted through hours of Britain's favourite shows to find which characters leave the least waste.

Paul Crewe, head of sustainability at Sainsbury's said: "Soaps represent everyday British life - albeit a very dramatic version! With so many of us tuning in each week, what better way to bring the issue of waste to the forefront."

According to Sainsbury's independent, 'Waste Less, Save More' study, the cast of Hollyoaks followed closely behind in second, while Coronation Street took home bronze. More than 20 hours of recent episodes were analysed to see the way characters shop for, store, cook and eat food to help bring to life the good habits we can learn from the soaps.

The Dingle family in Emmerdale were found to be the ones who are best at not overfilling their plates at mealtimes. EastEnders Shirley Carter doesn't do so good at finishing her meals, while Shabnam Masood doesn't store her food properly - leaving the BBC One slumping into last place.