Asda has apologised after one of its shoppers was charged £930.11 for a single banana.
Is your name Eileen? Did you flush your knickers down the loo?
Prince William might be used to fine dining and lavish hospitality, but the heir to throne has revealed he also likes tucking into a Nando's.
The sister of Korean Air's infamous "nut rage" heiress has been accused of having her own tantrum during a business meeting.
Gateshead Council has been forced to deny being involved in "secret government trials" using street lights and 5G technology.
A hedgehog which swelled to the size of a beach ball after being injured has been returned back to the wild.
The world's oldest man has been named as 112-year-old Masazo Nonaka, whose secret to longevity is said to be eating sweets and taking hot baths.
A man who took on the world's hottest chilli pepper in an eating contest stunned doctors after suffering excruciating "thunderclap" headaches.
A South Korean envoy risked the wrath of Kim Jong Un by telling him to kick his smoking habit during landmark talks, according to reports.
Prince Charles has admitted he may never fit into a pair of "budgie smugglers" again as he approaches his 70th birthday.
Tourists will soon be able to boldly go where no holidaymakers have gone before thanks to the launch of the first-ever luxury hotel in space.
A police male voice choir has been forced to change its name and disassociate itself from its force because of its refusal to allow women to join.
Dozens of calls have been made to police in Ohio after residents reported an invasion of "zombie" raccoons.
A Twitter challenge to "describe yourself like a male author would" has gone viral, with thousands of women writing tongue-in-cheek introductions to themselves as fictional characters.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has said he is "flattered" to have been accused of "masquerading" as the Beano character "Walter the Softy".
A seven-year-old boy had to be rescued by emergency services after spending three hours trapped inside a stone monument.
Brexit appears to have pushed England out of Europe and into Africa - if the official programme for the Commonwealth Games is to be believed.
A police force has defended its decision to post a bizarre e-fit picture of a suspected burglar that has been mocked on social media.
Malaysia's prime minister has entered the row over a chicken dish that was incorrectly criticised on MasterChef for not being "crispy".