A wheel of Gloucester cheese is rolled down a hill, and people run after it.
But it's not as simple as it sounds... because people go nuts and the hill is lumpy and slippery.
You can see a video if it here.
But what's even nuttier is the first-person POV caught on video with a GoPro camera.
Check out HuffPost Weird News for that crazy clip... and you may never look at a wheel of cheese the same way.
The pirate gathering was supposed to break the record for "largest gathering of pirates," but a few too many walked the plank: with 14,154 pirates gathered, they fell 77 rascals, scoundrels, villains and knaves short of the record.
The BBC reports that organizers had been hoping for 20,000 pirates.
There's always next year, mateys.
In the meantime, you can gaze upon yonder visage of the many fine pirate costumes from the gathering in my new photo collection. Weird World Records Guinness World Records 2013: Animals 2012 Guinness World Records Meet the World's Shortest Men World's Tallest Dog Afraid of the Smallest Greatest of the Danes: Meet the New World's Tallest Dog New World Records Photo Gallery Guinness World Records Human Body
But before you buy your ticket, be aware that this circus has an organizer with a bit of a history.
It's Joey Skaggs, the noted prankster who loves to fool the media and public alike.
Still, he's talking a good game.
"He is a sight to see," Skaggs told The Huffington Post. "You will not want to miss this!"
If nothing else, Skaggs has a more creative angle on this one. While other Bigfoot hoaxes claim to have a body, Tiny Top claims to have a living creature that will be released back into the wild, according to a poster for the event.
A bigfoot in the "wilds" of New York? I've already seen it... on the subway.
An Oregon man who had suffered from burns during a dispute with his neighbors ran into a 7-Eleven and began pouring Hawaiian Punch Slurpees onto his wounds, according to the Associated Press.
He poured the slushy drink from the machine and into his shirt, then rubbed it onto his skin.
The AP says the dispute involved neighbors, hot oil and burns. And a skin-saving Slurpee machine.