Weird for Friday
An Australian woman fell pregnant twice in the space of 10 days.
Kate Hill was told she may never become pregnant after suffering from polycystic ovary syndrome, a condition which meant she couldn't ovulate.
Kate was surprised to learn she was expecting a baby with her husband Peter Hill but received a bigger shock when she found out she had conceived a second child just 10 days later.
Ten months on, the couple welcomed baby girl twins Charlotte and Olivia into the world, which are reportedly of different sizes, weights and gestational development.
A shocked Kate told Australia's Seven Network: "We actually did not realise how special that was until they were born."
According to reports, there have been only 10 cases of the rare conception, known as superfoetation, documented across the world.
Cailey Fiesel, a 24-year-old talent agent from Manhattan, New York, smelt a bad odour coming from her Turkish-made black dress from high-street designer Zara and became "distressed" after discovering the dead rodent attached to lining of the garment.
She told the New York Post newspaper: "I felt something brushing up against my leg and thought it was a string from the seam of the dress."
Fiesel said she turned up the seam of the dress and saw it was not a sensor but that it was a mouse.
"I froze - I was paralysed with fear. I was in complete shock. My eyes saw that it was a mouse, but my brain told myself it can't be," Fiesel said.
She bought the dress for $40 and is reportedly suing the store for unspecified damages.
The lawsuit claims that she suffered "emotional distress" and developed a large rash amid discovering the pest.
A spokesman for Zara USA has revealed they are investigating the matter further.