A group of schoolgirls have found a way for both Jack and Rose to survive in Titanic.
The end of the hit James Cameron movie sees Rose played by Kate Winslet survive the sinking of the iconic ship by laying on top of a door while her lover Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) stayed in the water and eventually died from hypothermia
Ever since the film was released back in 1997, fans have argued that the door was big enough for both of the main characters to sit on although they would've sunk.
Now a group of Year 10 pupils at Westminster School, in Adelaide, are convinced they've come with the perfect maths formula suggesting they both could have survived.
Abigail Wicks, Christy Zhang and Julia Damato have claimed Jack and Rose could have both stayed on the door if they have put their life jackets underneath to make it float, according to The Mary Sue.
However, some have argued that Jack wasn't wearing a life jacket at the end of movie.
A man has won an award for eating bacon sandwiches for two years.
Steve Grice, 46, from Newport, posts reviews and pictures of his mid-ride porky lunches while out with the Newport Shropshire Cycling Club and has been recognised by a major trade body for his Outstanding Service to Bacon, the Mirror Online reported.
At the latest meeting of his cycle club, Mr Grcie was presented with a letter from Love Pork thanking him for his dedication and he was also given a pair of sausage-themed underwear and a squeezy stress pig.
He said: "The dinner is quite a big deal, there are about 250 people in our club and it's been going for many years.
"There are various awards, and this year I was given a special one. When they started talking about bacon sandwiches, I realised what was going on.
"I just love bacon sandwiches and want to find the best ones and spread the word. I suppose it's nice for people to see that".
A cuddly teddy is being sold with freakishly long legs.
The 6.5-foot bear is available to purchase ahead of Christmas but consumers have been left puzzled after they noticed that the soft toy is disproportion and has four-foot long limbs.
The product description reads: "This heavyweight offers more huggability than your average bear. Kids and adults alike love to cuddle up with the soft silky giant."
Shayne Rarma wrote on Twitter after sharing a picture of their teddy: "Looking at the bear my wife has, the legs do seem a little too long.
"Hadn't really noticed until now. Thanks for ruining our favourite bear. (sic)"
There are only a few more bears left in stock, according to the MirrorOnline.