Package traps man in house
A man was trapped in his flat after a delivery made it impossible for him to get out.
Jessie Lawrence from California posted a picture to his Twitter account showing how the UPS deliveryman positioned the large parcel just underneath the door handle, which meant he was unable to turn the handle and push open the door to retrieve the package.
He wrote: "Hey @UPS, your driver left this package under our door knob like this and trapped us in our apartment.
"Had to call maintenance to get out. (sic)"
Jessie eventually managed to get out of his apartment, but many have been left baffled as to how he escaped and how he took the picture.
However, other social media users have since spoken out and have revealed they have been subjected to the same problem.
Women discuss sex details with friends
A study has found women discuss seven sex topics with their friends after getting intimate.
The study conducted by Victoria Milan has discovered females take mental notes about their steamy session, which includes the duration of their encounter, the size of their lover's member, as well as the state of their pubic hair, the smell and taste of their suitor, as well as their stamina and how randy they were, to later discuss with their pals.
And it has been reported women remember such facts to prove to others they can "attract amazing men" and to ward off "predatory women".
The founder of the company, Sigurd Vedal, said: "Women share intimate details with each other as it shows they can attract amazing men who take care of them both inside and outside the bedroom. We also know that if he's great, this information will only be shared with the closest of friends, to avoid predatory women coming after him.
"The conversations between women are very open they'll tell their close friends both the good and the bad, spots and all."
Pilot bashed for plane selfie
A pilot was slammed after he posted a selfie of him leaning out of the cockpit while flying a plane.
Instagram user Pilotganso shared a photograph of him flying above the Palm Islands in Dubai to his 43,000 followers, which received more than 15,000 likes.
He captioned the photo: "It's already my second hometown #dubai Selfie (sic)."
However, the unusual image has been met with a lot of criticism, and have caused people to describe the snapshot as a fake, superimposed image.