A study has proved Botox for the scrotum is in huge demand among cyclists.
A new cosmetic treatment called scrotox - Botox for the male genitalia - has received growing interest for men over the past decade to prevent their manhood from venturing too far south, according to Clinical Director at Transform Mark Norfolk. Speaking to the Metro newspaper about the new procedure, he said: "Over the past year, requests for scrotum Botox have doubled at Transform, showing the huge demand and interest for this procedure."
The procedure, which is believed to be most common among athletes, is designed to stop sweating in the nether region, reduce wrinkles and enlarge the area. Speaking about the growing interest, a spokesperson for Wirth Plastic Surgery said: "Many cyclists and runners love getting the Botox in this area to relieve them from skin irritations caused from excess sweating and rubbing. It's just as important as facial rejuvenation."
A married couple have refused to collect their wedding album after the police found it in the bin.
Police in the Yorkshire village of Holmfirth were shocked to find the owners of a missing wedding album didn't want their treasured photographs returned to them, after a member of the public handed it into the police over fears it had been stolen, according to The Sun newspaper. The officers issued a social media appeal to find the owners of a wedding photo album after it was found discarded in the rubbish. However, the appeal backfired when the couple got in touch to tell them they didn't want it back.
A study has proved rats in cheap trousers have a less active sex life.
An Egyptian fertility researcher has won the IG Nobel Prize for his research, which led him to discover rodents who have previously worn polyester pants were less successful in the bedroom department, according to The Times newspaper. Ahmed Shafik dressed 75 rats in rodent-sized trousers to see how it affected their sex lives. The annual awards, which were launched in 1990, are designed to reward amusing scientific research, offering a cash prize of a Zimbabwean ten trillion-dollar bill.
A group of mysterious cowboys have been caught gallivanting through London last week.
The seven riders were first spotted in the dead of the night last Thursday in the 'Wild' West End and have since been seen charging across busy roads, strapping their animals to Santander bike stands and relaxing in London parks. However, this is not a western style coup or a gun showdown, but is part of a publicity stunt to promote the new film The Magnificent Seven which hit the big screens last Friday, starring Denzel Washington, Ethan Hawke and Chris Pratt.