Ed Sheeran, Celine Dion and Jamiroquai have been transformed into life-size cake models to mark the O2's 10th birthday.
The O2 venue in London have commissioned the Ginger Br-Ed Sheeran, a Praline Dion and a JAM-iroquai to be built by food artist Lara Mason.
The lifelike sweet statues are on display at the venue to launch a series of shows set to be performed by the real artists.
Fans who haven't had a chance to meet their musical idols in person are able to have a special moment with their life-size cake counterparts.
A customs officer proposed to his girlfriend by setting up a drug bust.
Oksana Tichkovskaya was travelling back to Ukraine with her mother from Poland when she was pulled over at the border by officers with sniffer dogs, the Daily Mirror reports.
The officers searched the vehicle where they found suspicious packages, and they threatened Oksana with prison after they suspected she was trafficking drugs.
In a video, posted online, it shows Oksana insisting she never touched the drugs, but when the roll-door lifted her boyfriend, Yuri Petruk, walked in with a bouquet of flowers.
He then got down on one knee and popped the question, which she accepted.
The powder in her car was actually just sugar.
A man who was sent home from work for wearing shorts returned to his office wearing his mum's dress.
Twenty-year-old Joey Barge, from Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, had enough of wearing suits to the call centre so he decided to wear some navy blue shorts, but before getting to work he questioned his decision by posting a
picture on Twitter.
He wrote: "If women can wear skirts/dresses at work can I wear smart shows like so? (sic)"
Within half an hour of posting the picture, Joey was sent home to get changed, but rather than changing into a suit he donned his mum's best gown as women were allowed to wear them.
Posting a picture of him wearing the dress he thought he would be sent home again, however, his plan worked.
He later tweeted an email he received saying: "Due to the extremely warm temperatures currently, it has been agreed that ... gentlemen in the office are permitted to wear 3/4 length shorts. (sic)"
A goose was rescued by the RSPCA after it was spotted wearing a red thong.
The bird, who donned the sexy lingerie, was found at Prickend Pond in South East London by deputy chief inspector Anthony Pulfer and animal collection officer Abbie Fright.
DCI Pulfer told the Metro newspaper: "In my 15 years as an RSPCA inspector, this is the first time I have ever had to rescue an animal caught in a thong.
"As the goose was on land, my colleague Abbie was able to catch it quickly, and we were able to remove the thong which was tangled around its leg and body.
Luckily, the thong was removed from the goose without any injury.