One third of children do not know where milk comes from, according to new research.
A study carried out by Cadbury Dairy Milk Buttons has revealed 33 per cent of children aged between four and eight years old believe milk comes straight from the fridge.
The survey has also revealed one in 10 people believe that a cow is the size of a double decker bus, while some think the farm animals are smaller than a cat.
In order to remove these misconceptions, the confectionery company has created a realistic eight foot animatronic cow named Buttons, which has been propped up on the streets of London to show families exactly what cows do and educate children on the source of their food.
A man was dumped after playing a prank on his girlfriend.
A social media user, named Derek Deso, recorded the moment he threw five rats on to his girlfriend as she slept.
And in the clip, which has been obtained by The Daily Star Online, the YouTuber's partner can be seen leaping up screaming before she stormed out of the room.
The lover was so mortified by the practical joke she has vowed not to return to her boyfriend's house and has moved back in with her parents until her beau stops with the tricks.
She said: "You need to be done with these jokes dude and until then I'm sleeping at my mum's house.
"I don't feel comfortable here anymore."
But Derek couldn't believe his prank was the reason the couple split up.
He replied: "Are we really going to break up over rats?"