If it’s news to me, it must be news to you!‘
Drag’s Army: Photos of wartime defence forces have emerged of them manning the guns in drag after they were called into action during a panto show at the height of the Blitz.
Spell cheker: Donald Trump would be rubbish at Scrabble so he has come up with Scrabull, a game that any idiot can play as you can see from this Jimmy Kimmel video.
Neat idea: The Puy de Fou theme park in France is training crows to pick up cigarette ends and other litter in exchange for food.
Treasure trove: It is amazing what some people throw out as Max Brown when he rescued a pile of books from a skip in Nevada only to discover that one of them once belonged to Thomas Jefferson.
Thick as thieves: A burglar broke into an escape room in Vancouver then found he couldn’t escape and had to phone the police to get him out.
Face value: Australians are demanding portraits of the queen because of an obscure law that they are entitled to them.
Baffling: Strange Roman bronze dodecahedrons have turned up all over Northern Europe and archaeologists have no idea what they were used for.
Stumped: The first question in Who Wants to be a Millionaire is usually so simple that anyone can get the answer but this Turkish contestant was stumped when asked where is the Great Wall of China?