Domino's are trialling delivery cars which drive themselves.
The pizza chain in the US have teamed up with Ford Motor Company for the new service, which sees the car deliver door-to-door and then ask for the customers to enter a code to unlock their order. While it is only in America at the moment, all being well, it could be set to cross the Atlantic and be available in the UK.
Patrick Doyle, the brand's chief executive, said: "As delivery experts, we've been watching the development of self-driving vehicles with great interest as we believe transportation is undergoing fundamental, dramatic change.
"We pride ourselves on being technology
leaders and are excited to help lead research into how self-driving vehicles may play a role in the future of pizza delivery.
"This is the first step in an ongoing process of testing that we plan to undertake with Ford." Ford is also set to release its first line of self-driving cars in 2021 with the Domino's car their first taste of what drivers can expect. Ford's vice-president of autonomous and electric vehicles, Sherif Marakby told The Sun Online: "As we increase our understanding of the business opportunity for self-driving vehicles to support the movement of people and goods, we're pleased to have Domino's join us in this important part of the development process.
Police say two women dressed as nuns attempted to rob a bank in Pennsylvania's Poconos.
Authorities say the women walked into Citizens Bank near Tannersville on Monday and one brandished a handgun, demanding money from a teller. But they left without taking anything.
Each woman was wearing a black nun's habit and veil. One woman also was wearing sunglasses.
The FBI is investigating and posted bank surveillance photos on Twitter.
Four firefighters had to be called to rescue a boy who got stuck inside a washing machine while playing hide and seek.
The seven-year-old kid from Ukraine was playing the game with his sister in his family's flat when he decided to get inside the drum of the machine, but was unable to get back out, Metro.co.uk reports.
None of his family was able to pull him out, so they were forced to call emergency services.
The four men decided to pour sunflower on to the boy's body and luckily, he suddenly slipped out.
People who drink four or more cups of coffee a day are likely to have a lower risk of death, according to new research.
A study by the European Society of Cardiology found that caffeine addicts are somewhat healthier than those who omit the stimulant from their diet.
The research spanned 10 years, and nearly 20,000 participants were quizzed on their health and coffee consumption.
The results found those who consume large amounts of coffee were 64 per cent less likely to die of any cause during the 10-year period.