Weird News

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March 02, 2017

A burglar broke into a sex shop to watch porn and steal a blow-up doll.

The unnamed man smashed his way into the The Adult Shop in Bury, Greater Manchester, and caused PS1,500 worth of damage, but instead of making off with the more expensive merchandise which is thought to have a total worth of PS25,000 he simply put on a raunchy DVD and left with a blow-up sex doll.

Shop owner Alan Brook told the Manchester Evening News newspaper: "There's a lot of valuable stuff here he could have taken, like a computer and DVD player and a PS10,000 photocopier. There must be PS25,000 of kit in there but that doll was the only thing that was taken.

"It makes me wonder whether somebody has broken in just to steal that doll. That's certainly the impression the police gave me.

"It's obvious they've also been watching porn on the office computer, the cheeky bugger. But apart from the damage, nothing else has been stolen. It's probably cost me PS1,500 to fix the roof and the ceiling."

And Alan says it's not the first time the store has been robbed.

He added: "I've been here 42 years and we've only been robbed a couple of times.

"Once someone came through the shop window and took a load of DVDs. But on this occasion they've only taken one item."

A dentist has installed a 'Where's Wally?' picture into his ceiling to entertain patients.

Patients visiting the MyDentist surgery in Rugeley, Staffordshire, will now be able to enjoy a game of 'Where's Wally?' the book series which consists of a number of detailed images in which the reader is tasked with finding one man in a stripped shirt in order to take their mind off the man rooting around inside their mouth.

Michael Mannion took to Reddit to unveil the unusual piece of artwork, titled 'Fairground', to which users from Crawley, South London, and Belshill, Scotland, revealed that their dental surgeries had also taken images from the popular book series to place on their ceilings.

Speaking to the Huffington Post, Michael said: "The poster was probably put up for children specifically, but I know it would calm me down and distract me no matter what age I was.

"They only have one room for examinations, so all patients will see it."

The idea behind the project is to keep patients specifically children relaxed and focused on something other than their surroundings, as for many a trip to the dentist can be a harrowing experience.

A baby who was born with full head of hair has a two-and-a-half-hour daily beauty regime.

Kayleigh Marsh, 22, was given the "shock of her life" when her daughter Amelia who was born in December came into the world with a full head of brunette hair, and has revealed the 10-week-old tot has to undergo over two hours of treatments a day to keep her hair soft.

Kayleigh who is also mum to three-year-old Megan told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "We got the shock of our lives when she came out and had all this hair.

"The midwife commented on it as soon as her head came out but we couldn't believe it when she was placed on my chest.

"We weren't expecting it at all because Megan was completely bald. Comparing photos of them both as babies is hilarious.

"Since the day she was born it's just kept growing and growing. It's growing upwards and outwards. We'll have to book her in for her first trim soon enough.

"Every day from day one she has had to have it oiled with the oil left in for a bit then combed through then washed, dried and brushed.

"She absolutely loves being pampered. Her little face when she's having her hair washed and blow dried is so cute.

"I dread to think what she'll be like when she's older. She's only 10 weeks old and she's already got a strict daily hair regime. She's going to be so high maintenance."

And Kayleigh, from Nuneaton, Warwickshire, says Amelia's dad Jonathan Lunn, 28, has already formed an affectionate nickname for the tot.

A man has written his resignation on toilet paper.

The wife of the unnamed man took to Reddit over the weekend to share the hilarious picture which showed a resignation letter written in thick black ink on the thin paper, as "symbol" of how he felt he had been treated by the company, which has also not been named.

The note read: "I have chosen this type of paper for my two-week resignation as a symbol of how I feel this company has treated me, and ironically, how it is disposed of is where I feel this company is going."

The man then signs off with his name which has been blanked out and a drawing of a toilet.

The woman who posted the picture on the website anonymously simply captioned the image: "My husband's letter of resignation."

It is unknown whether or not the company is still willing to give him a reference for his next job.