Japan is in the middle of a potato chip crisis after several companies halted sales of hugely popular brands following a bad crop in Hokkaido.
Social media is changing the way we get our news, with an increasing number of people being informed by Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.
People thought a pair of glasses left on the floor of a modern art museum was an installation, taking photos of the glasses while the pranksters looked on!
Burger King’s A.1 Halloween Burger is reportedly turning people’s poop bright green, with many taking to Twitter to post pictures of their green poo!
14-year-old Irving Texas student Ahmed Mohamed was arrested at school after a teacher mistook his homemade clock for a bomb when it started beeping in class
Inspired by Tom Hanks’ character in Forrest Gump, Michigan man Barclay Oudersluys has set out to run 3,200 miles across the USA in less than 100 days!
An audience member actually walked onto the stage of Broadway show ‘Hand to God’ and tried to use a fake power outlet to charge his mobile phone!
Taylor Swift has written an open letter to Apple Music, in such she attacked the company for not paying royalties to artists during the trial period.
Queensland Police posted a makeshift ‘Nickelback’ wanted poster to its Facebook page, warning residents to avoid these men “impersonating musicians”!
Quaxing is trending globally and has been defined as “to shop in the Western world by means of walking, cycling or public transport”.