A man had to be rushed to hospital after he got a padlock wedged in his willy.
An experimental 31-year-old gentleman whose name is not known dashed to the emergency room in Fuzhou, China, because he was left doubled over in pain after he'd stuffed the metal object up inside his urethra as part of an odd sexual desire.
But, rather than tell doctors what he'd done, the man remained tight-lipped and it wasn't until he was given an X-ray that medics found the lock stuck in his bladder.
According to Pear Video, the man who was accompanied by his family later told doctors that he had a habit of "playing with his sexual organs".
He's set to undergo an operation over the next few days.
It's not yet known whether the metal sex play will have any lasting damage.
A man was arrested for drink driving after ordering 200 hash browns. After being told he couldn't have any chicken nuggets for breakfast at 4:05 a.m., the man became irate and did four laps of the drive-thru in Sydney.
When police turned up, he was still outside the takeaway giant waiting for his hash browns, and when he was breathalysed, he was found to be three times over the drink-drive limit.
He subsequently had his licence suspended and is set to appear at Hornsby Court at the end of the month, according to the Metro newspaper.
McDonald's was forced to explain why nuggets aren't served in the morning and in a statement they said: "We only have the capacity to cook one set of products at a time. Breakfast and main menu items cook at different temperatures, and we need the same set of equipment to cook sausage and eggs and beef patties.
"We also would not cook beef and pork on the same grill at the same time. There is limited space in the kitchen and we have the maximum amount of grills at the moment in all our restaurants."
Disneyland employees are only allowed to point with two fingers while working. The staff are handed a series of guidelines including no drinking on the job and no theft when they start working for the magical company, but a few of the rules are slightly eyebrow-raising including pointing with an index finger and forefinger.
Due to the number of nationalities visiting the different resorts, workers have to make sure they are aware of anything that could cause offence or upset anyone.
In Western countries, it's deemed OK to point with one finger but other countries find it to be rude, and for this reason, workers always have to point with two fingers, according to the indy100.