A Chinese sex toy company has created a doll in a coffin. ShengYi has designed a new range of pleasurable toys that resemble a young girl - dressed entirely in black clothing - lying down in a wooden casket-like box.
The website advertisement for the electronic device, which cost PS770, reads: "This silicon small sex doll is our unique design on market in 2016, sex dolls with hot Japanese pure girl, female real sex doll robot for man." However, the new release is versatile as it has the added element of detachable heads - so the buyer can vary the hair, skin and eye colour of the item - as well as a built-in USB port and reaches a temperature of 37.5 degrees. The company's website said: "Replaceable head European and Japanese face style, there are 10 new arrival face types for your choice, available for different size body."
A real-life replica of Scooby Doo's Mystery Machine has been involved in a highly dangerous police chase.
The blue-and-green camper van, which resembles the cartoon series' version, found itself in a 100-mile per hour police chase across four countries after its driver, Sharon Turman, 51, raced off following a routine probation check.
Police in northern California began the pursuit, but the chase was swiftly called off due to health and safety reasons. Turman shortly ditched the Mystery Machine in Cottonwood, Tehama City, which has been taken off the road by J and L Towling and taken to the wrecking yard to be destroyed.
Lush products are so fresh their seeds can germinate.
Users of the Wiccy Magic Muscles massage bar, who may have accidentally deposited seeds down their drain, have seen plants sprouting. The product contains Aduki beans, which are popular in Asian cooking. The skincare brand uses the beans to create texture in the bar. Speaking to Buzzfeed, Lush co-founder and product inventor Helen Ambrosen said: "We use organic aduki beans to create a texture in the massage bar, so that you've got small bead-like shapes to massage the muscles. In order for the beans to germinate, they must have been left in the shower for a few days. The results you get just go to show how fresh the ingredients really are."
Gary Lineker flew over London in a helicopter and projected the iconic UEFA Champions League anthem for a new Walkers campaign.
The 'Match of The Day' presenter is an ambassador for the legendary crisps company and they've teamed with the Union of European Football Associations to bring a 'Choir of Champions' to London, Madrid and Munich. Singers who took part surprised members of the public with an impromptu rendition of the anthem, in a never-before-done series of events. And to kick-start the day, the football pundit took to the London skies with a fully kitted out helicopter which landed at London's O2 Arena, where Londoners were given a live rendition on the ground.