A woman has made a dress out of pubic hair. Sarah Louise Bryan spent six months creating the bushy bra and matching skirt, which was made from strangers' hirsute genitalia.
However, the mother of two has revealed that the creative process physically repulsed her. Speaking to the Mirror Online, she said: "I decided to make another design following the Skittles dress. I wanted to beat Lady Gaga's meat dress. I wanted to beat her at the title of most disgusting dress, so I asked for pubic hair on Twitter.
"I set to work with my eye mask, breathing mask, and thickest gloves I could find because who wants to eat pubic hair?
"I thought of the design because of how gross it is. I thought, 'What would be the worst thing to have on a dress?'"
The 28-year-old's recent fashion statement follows her first innovative creation, which saw her make a dress from 3,000 Skittle sweets.
A driver flipped his car after he slipped on snail slime.
The vehicle had to be written off after it hit the slippery tail and smashed into a wall while travelling along a highway near Paderborn in Germany, around 220 miles west of Berlin. Despite the car being in pieces, the driver was unharmed, according to stuff.co.nz.
People travelling to Brazil for the 2016 Olympics in Rio are being greeted with "Welcome to Hell" signs.
Those travelling to the country in the run-up to the 2016 Olympics were greeted at Rio airport with the unwelcoming message, which is throwing caution over whether Brazil is ready to host the games. A police officer told AFP: "Members of the public bring toilet paper to us".
Concerns about the country not being able to cope with the strain on resources to host the games have grown along with the Zika virus that is still plaguing the country. As well as 'welcome to hell', one sign read: 'Police and firefighters don't get paid, whoever comes to Rio de Janeiro will not be safe'. And another said: 'Welcome, we don't have hospitals!'
A seagull has swiped a packet of crisps from a bakery.
The smart bird stunned onlookers when it sauntered towards the automatic doors of Greggs in South Shields, England, and pinched the calorific treat before strutting out again. Onlooker Mr Lindsey told the MailOnline: "I've never seen anything like it. The seagull knew exactly what it was doing. I'd stopped in to get a bacon sandwich on the way to work and I could see it trying to come in. The lady behind the till was having none of it. Then she turned round to fix something on the coffee machine and the seagull made a break for it. "It knew exactly how to get the automatic doors to open by flapping its wings, and then it headed straight for the crisps. I couldn't believe what I was seeing. It had absolutely no shame and certainly didn't hang around once it had got what it wanted. I couldn't believe the cheek of it. It flapped again to open the doors and off it went."