Weird News

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August 23, 2017

Thieves stole two tonnes of Nutella from a German town.

The chocolate crooks got away with 20 tonnes of sweet treats, including Kinder Surprise eggs and the spread, in Neustadt in Hesse, situated in the Marburg-Biedenkopf district in Hessen.

The items were in a trailer, and police say they are not sure if they intended to swipe the products or if they simply wanted the vehicle.

According to the Mirror Online, police spokesman Martin Ahlich said: "It's not even clear if they were after the sweets or after the trailer at this point we don't know what their motive was."

Deliveroo has launched a new food delivery service to customers on beaches via jet ski.

Workers have been spotted trialling the new wave of deliveries to sun-seekers on Bournemouth beach along the south-west coast of England.

A Deliveroo spokesperson, said: "We are always looking for new and innovative ways to deliver our food in the most efficient and convenient way possible to Deliveroo customers."

The specially trained jet ski riders carried out a series of aqua deliveries direct from local restaurants Prezzo and Five Guys straight to the tourist spot.

The riders were able to deliver to customers much more efficiently by travelling on the water, as opposed to the busy roads.

Now the firm is looking for feedback before deciding whether to roll out the service fully in 2018 across the whole of the UK coastline.

A cake-making business is booming with orders of naked selfies.

Bakerdays, which is based in Nottinghamshire, has been running for the last four years, and its owners Andrea Guzyova and Alan Hawkes have revealed the bizarre cake message requests they've had over the years.

Some customers have used the sweet treat to help them land a dream job, break up with their partner or woo a love interest.

Andrea told the Mirror Online: "One jobseeker sent a cake to his interviewer, which read 'Please hire me, I'm the best'. Not to mention the naked selfies and other crude messages that people have printed on the cakes.

"Recently, someone used a cake to break up with his girlfriend. The cake said 'Sorry, it's not you, it's me. I don't want to be your boyfriend anymore."

But to ensure the cake is not sent maliciously, checks have to be carried out with the person who is ordering.

Andrea added: "When the cake message isn't as clear as a simple congratulations we make enquiries to make sure it isn't abuse or a stalker or something like that!"