Toast master: A brainless neo-Nazi drug dealer brought the weight of German law enforcement down upon himself after posting pictures of toast featuring images of Adolf Hitler on Facebook. When police went to arrest him they also discovered a stash of crystal meth and marijuana.
Filed: Sunday Round-ups
Making up: This image of an animal skull actually hides the body of Mirjana Kika Milosevic, the make-up artist who uses her body as a canvas. You see how she did it and more of her work on YouTube.
Tiny Trumps: We all remember how upset the Donald became when it was suggested that he had unusually small hands (confirmed by Madame Tussauds) so heaven knows what he thinks of the Tiny Trumps meme on Reddit.
Sweethearts: The city of Loveland, Colorado, has been busy this week as the postal point for thousands of Valentine’s Day cards, including one headed for Donald Trump.
Meanwhile, an unidentified female aide at No10 fell for a hoax phone call saying that the Donald wanted to send Theresa May a bunch of her favourite flowers for Valentine’s Day. Read more ›››
Sleeping with the fishes: It is the end of an era with the passing of Granddad, a ninety-year-old Australian lungfish who has been at the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago since 1933.
Trump in stone: The Italian town of Vagli di Sotto has decided to erect a statue of Donald Trump in its Park of Honour and Dishonour, although they say that it will be for history to decide which category DT falls into. Read more ›››
Trump Donald: If you find yourself gnashing your teeth at Muslim bans, Mexican walls and waterboarding, head over to TrumpDonald.org for a little light relief. And when you’ve done with that, smile at Trump Draws on Twitter.
Shot: Spanish photographer Mario Cea’s shot of a kingfisher as it is about to enter the water rightly won him Wildlife Photographer of the Year. ‘The Blue Trail’ took him five months and 5,000 attempts to capture. Definitely worth enlarging.
Cutting edge: A 27-foot sculpture made out of 100,000 knives could be placed on the fourth plinth in London’s Trafalgar Square in tribute to victims of knife crime. The Knife Angel is made out of the 10,000 knives handed in to police forces across the UK and took two years to make.