An American lawyer has accused his opponent of using a busty woman to distract him in court.
Thomas Gooch wouldn't believe the big-chested beauty who was sitting next to him was really a qualified paralegal and accused Dmitry Feofanoy of placing her there to help him win the case.
Pope Benedict XVI has shut down a monastery in Italy after a former lap dancer performed there.
The holy one took action after nun Anna Nobili - who used to be a striptease artist - twirled around a crucifix as part of her new religious routine and was also unimpressed that celebrities such as Madonna had visited the 500-year-old place of worship.
A study in Canada has found that women are more attracted to men who rarely smile.
According to research by the University of British Columbia females are more sexually attracted to brooding bad boys than happy-go-lucky lads.
A pastor was set alight in South Africa by people who accused him of using a magic penis to sleep with women.
Nine men and three women aged 28 to 50 will appear in court in Mpumalanga on charges of murder and arson after Albert Malwane was burned to death.
Alex James hosted a lunch at the world's longest picnic table in the UK.
The 'Blur' rocker teamed up with MasterCard to enjoy free food with over 350 other picnic-lovers at the table which covered 90 metres of ground.
An American woman stabbed her boyfriend for going to the toilet too much.
Mary Ramos, 46, said she slashed her man in the face and chest because she thought he was meeting a naked woman in their flat's communal bathroom.
Police in Arkansas say 68-year-old Larry Barnett accidentally called a former employee... who then got to listen in as Barnett allegedly plotted to have him killed.
"I don't care if you have to burn his house to the ground with him in it. I don't care what you have to do, make it look like an accident," Barnett allegedly said, according to reports cited by Huffington Post Crime.
When police checked the intended victim's home, they found that it had been broken into and the gas stove had been tampered with, according to KTVU.com.
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Well, now you can have that smell any time you want - and you don't have to fry any chicken or even raid the local KFC.
All you need is one of the new fried chicken scented candles from the Kentucky for Kentucky company.
It's part of a series of candles celebrating the scents of the state, including the Kentucky Derby.
But it's the fried chicken candles everyone wants.
"Our first batch of fried chicken candles got hot like Jennifer Lawrence and sold out in under a minute," the company says on its Web site. "Thank you, sweet baby Jesus."
They're working on getting more.
Maybe even scarier.
He was still a clown, but he sorta looked like a serial killer in a homemade clown costume - complete with what appears to be a McDonald's cup for a nose and McDonald's food practically glued to his waist.
Huffington Post Business has a photo and even a commercial featuring this strange and haunting version of Ronald McDonald, and you can see it here.
But before you click that link, remember: There are some things you can't un-see.
Seems like no one loves dollar coins - we hate them, collectively, so much that the Federal Reserve has been taking in more dollar coins than it gives out. As a result, it has $1.4 billion in dollar coins in its vaults -- or enough to last for the next 40 or so years, according to this report from CNN.
Oh, and all you Tea Party types who rail against the cost of this, that and some other random thing? Check this out: If we ditched dollar bills and dipped into this dollar coin stockpile instead, we'd save close to $150 million a year - or $4.4 billion over the next 30 years, according to a government report cited by CNN.
The coins or more durable and last longer, so paper money would be printed a lot less frequently if we all started using dollar coins.
Looks like real change begins with... change. Specifically, the change in your pocket.