A raccoon has broken into a home and caused chaos with the homeowners and their pet cat.
Marek Chapanionek, 44, and his wife Caroline, 47, were woken up after they heard crashing in their home, only to discover the mammal rummaging through a bag before it grabbed a Nutri-Grain bar to snack on.
The rampaging raccoon is believed to have entered their home via the cat flip, but ran into different rooms in the house in Northamptonshire when the family arose when it was pulling items out of drawers and scattering clothes across the room, according to the BBC.
This news come as a surprise as it has been rumoured the black and white furry animal has never been seen inside someone's house for almost 30 years, and the RSPCA have previously claimed any raccoons that have been seen in the wild are believed to have escaped from wildlife parks.
A couple were given a David Attenborough-style narration after being spotted having sex in Barnsley.
The couple were spotted by 31-year-old Denzill Smith enjoying a quick romp in a quiet spot behind a wall in the northern UK town, according to the Mail Online.
Denzill filmed the duo getting randy, which he posted on his Facebook page, can be overheard saying: "Today on Planet Earth in Barnsley, Wellington Street, we have a rare mating ritual between one hippopotopig and one female rhinoceros."
And it has been reported Denzill shot the intimate footage for approximately one minute before he ran back to his friends to avoid being spotted.
Although Denzill shared the post on social media, he was forced to take it down after receiving a string of complaints.
Gardeners are being urged to protect their plants from sex-mad slugs.
A particular breed of Spanish slugs are believed to have been mating with fellow shell-less molluscs in the United Kingdom and have produced six-inch hybrid, which can reportedly eat mice, other snails and plants, according to the Mirror Online.
Experts have said the offspring can survive up to 20 slug pellets, and because of the humid weather, the UK has become the perfect breeding ground for the animals.
The slugs are reported to have come into the country on salad leaves in 2010, although it was believed they had been killed off by the colder temperatures.
One in 10 Brits agree with Pippa Middleton's 'no ring, no bring' policy to her wedding.
The survey by protein brand STRIPPD compiled a list of the top 10 'bridezilla' behaviours, which has revealed 25 per cent of brides-to-be agree with Duchess Catherine's siblings decision to not make her 35-year-old sister her chief bridesmaid.
The research has also revealed more than 30 per cent of brides believe losing weight is the most important thing in the run-up to their big day, as it was ranked as more important than the wedding cake and the first dance.
The list of STRIPPD's top 10 bridezilla behaviours are as follows:
1. Getting tipsy at the reception and behaving inappropriately
2. Complaining about the food
3. Fighting with the new in-laws
4. Shouting at wedding photographer
5. Sending out dress specifications for female guests
6. Revoking invitations from guests
7. Micromanaging the hen do
8. Demanding expensive presents
9. Strict rules imposed on the groom during the event
10. Buying bridesmaids ugly dresses.