An undertaker lost a corpse after having a boozy lunch.
The 24-year-old driver was heading back to Poland after picking up the deceased person from Italy, and, after stopping "somewhere near the main train station" for lunch in Munich, he was unable to relocate his vehicle, the Huffington Post newspaper reports. Police dealing with the case said: "He wasn't very helpful and we think that alcohol may have come into play." The hearse was found parked up in the city, but nowhere near the station, and the man went on to deliver the body back to Warsaw.
An ice cream bar in South Korea has invented the first hangover-cure ice cream.
The Gyeondyo-bar - which translates as 'hang in there' - helps to combat the effects of alcohol, the Daily Telegraph newspaper reports. Speaking about the name in a statement, it said: "The name expresses the hardships of employees who have to suffer a working day after heavy drinking, as well as to provide comfort to those who have to come to work early after frequent nights of drinking."