A pair of false teeth have been found tied to a tree.
Lois Salcombe from Skegness discovered a pair of false teeth inside a plastic food bag that was strapped to a tree as she was out walking, according to Mirror Online.
The teeth were left with a note, which read: "Have you lost your teeth?" But there was no further information.
Lois took a photo of the finding and circulated the picture on Facebook in a bid to track down the mystery owner.
A father has designed his own mobile phone app which forces his son to reply to his text messages.
Nick Herbert of West Wickham, London, was fed up of his 13-year-old son, Ben, ignoring his messages so much that he designed an app called ReplyASAP.
According to The Sun newspaper, the app takes control of his son's mobile phone homescreen and sounds an alarm that doesn't stop until he has replied to the message.
Nick said: "I'm hoping the app will make our relationship better. It will alleviate the stress when I can't get hold of him, as I will know that he has seen my message."
If the message is read, it alerts the parents, but they also get a message if the phone has been switched off, which notifies them that the message is pending.
At the moment, the app is only available on Android phones, but it's expected to be rolled out on to iPhones.
The app costs 99p to snoop on one person, PS2.49 to track four people, PS6.99 for 10 people and PS12.99 for platinum, which connects with 20 numbers.
A study has revealed how many times certain age groups should be having sex.
The Kinsey Institute for research in Sex Reproduction and Gender, who completed the study, found people age between 18 and 29 are having sex the most, with an average of 112 sex sessions per year or twice a week, according to Mirror Online.
Between the ages 30 and 39, the amount of sex apparently declines, according to the study, with people having sex roughly around 1.6 times a week. And those in the 40 to 49 age group only manage to have sex 69 times per year.
A teenager looked like she had self-tanned in 'Nutella' after falling asleep with the lotion on.
Alicia Bettsworth, 18, put three layers of St Moriz ultra-dark fake tan all over herself to try and get the perfect beach body look, but got a shock when she opened her Snapchat and her face resembled the colour of the chocolate spread.
The mother from Crawley, West Sussex claims she couldn't leave the house for a whole week because of the tanning fail.
She told the MailOnline: "When I woke up the next day and saw what colour I was I thought, 'What the hell have I done?'
"Once I got over the shock I started laughing and thought it was hilarious. I looked like I'd bathed in Nutella.
"My little girl looked a bit confused at first and then she burst into tears she was probably a bit scared."
Alicia said she ended up having a nice shade once it had faded a bit.
She added: "I just stayed indoors and hid from the world. I tried to get it off in the shower; it wouldn't go any lighter.
"It was only a week later that I got a really nice tan from it, but in the meantime I just didn't go out."