Weird News


August 17, 2016

A 60-year-old hooker has been using her canal barge to bed frisky punters for PS120.

The buxom vice girl - who goes by the name 'Teezer' - has been romping with men on the boat for cash. Teezer has her own X-rated online advert on a web page, which includes topless shots of her posing on the deck of the boat in broad daylight, while another shot shows her scantily clad with her legs sprawled open on a bed inside the boat. The brave, blonde bisexual from Honiton, Devon, even dared to bare standing beside some lock gates.

According to the Daily Star newspaper, she tells men: "Let me be the older woman to seduce you or give you your first experience. I am your ultimate MILF." It is understood that the boat is located in the West Midlands and she travels up for bookings, which are charged at the usual rate for the boat. For extra income, she also sells filthy films on her site for PS20, entertains men at her Devon cottage for up to PS80 and will act out customers' own sex-scene scripts for PS60.

A couple have thrown a bakery-themed wedding.

The lovebirds tied the knot with a Greggs-inspired ceremony after they fell in love seven years ago, when they bumped into one another while buying steak in one of the chain's stores. The couple explained: "We wanted to incorporate Greggs into our big day. We chose a light-blue colour scheme in honour of the chain's logo and our wedding cake was Greggs-themed. It gives people a chuckle when we tell them where we met, and we wanted to put a smile on everyone's faces when we tied the knot, too."

The pair's three-tiered wedding cake saw little figurines sitting on Greggs' famous snacks - including eclairs and pasties - while the brand's coffee cup sat at the top. The duo's guests sat on tables named after the sandwich chain's products, such as yum yums and steak bakes.

A spokesman for Greggs told the Sunday People: "It is great to hear about the part we played in Amanda and Paul getting together. We hope they enjoyed their big day and we send our congratulations by raising a steak bake with them to celebrate!"

Retired world champion boxer Carl Froch and a host of children took on the challenge of trying to lift Thor's Hammer in Nottingham at the weekend.

A replica of the Scandinavian God of Thunder's iconic tool was displayed in the city's Cornerhouse shopping centre, allowing families and fans to test their superhero powers by attempting to lift the weapon. Steven Armstrong, VP of Europe North at Feld Entertainment, Inc, said: "We are delighted to bring Marvel Universe LIVE! to the UK, giving families an opportunity to enjoy this spectacular live show for the very first time. The appearance of Thor's hammer in Nottingham will already give fans an idea of what it feels like to be transported into the Marvel Universe, and the show will bring an engrossing storyline and non-stop stunts."

The show brings together the largest assembly of Marvel characters, including Spider-Man, Iron Man, Hulk, Black Widow and more, as they battle Loki and Marvel's most sinister villains in a live, action-packed arena performance. It is hailed as the most technically advanced live show ever, with cutting-edge special effects, pyrotechnics, aerial stunts, martial arts, motorcycles and more. For tickets and tour dates, visit the Marvel Universe LIVE! website at

Scientists have created a tattoo that allows users to control smartphones, open doors and change TV channels.

A group of MIT researchers have created the 'Smart Tattoo', which can connect to electronic gadgets by having the devices programmed into the skin and artwork. The team behind the invention explained the concept to the Daily Mirror newspaper, stating: "Using gold metal leaf, a material that is cheap, skin-friendly, and robust for everyday wear, we demonstrate three types of on-skin interfaces: sensing touch input, displaying output, and wireless communications."

The Smart Tattoo, which works by replicating an electrical circuit in gold leaf material that can be temporarily attached to skin, is known officially as DuoSkin, and aims to allow users to tap or swipe in the same way they would their touchscreen in order to control their gadgets. The developers explained: "We believe on-skin electronics will no longer be black-boxed and mystified; instead, they will converge towards the user-friendliness, extensibility, and aesthetics of body decorations, forming a DuoSkin integrated to the extent that it has seemingly disappeared."