Man reunited with car he lost in 2010
A man in southern Germany has been reunited with his car two years after forgetting where he parked, Bavarian police said.
After a night of drinking in December 2010 and an unsuccessful search the next day, the vehicle's owner reported his car as missing.
Authorities discovered it by chance last month after a traffic warden noticed that its inspection stickers had expired -- 4km from the spot where the craftsman said he thought he had parked it. In the boot were €40,000 worth of tools including power drills and electric screwdrivers.
Governor gives out sex line by mistake
Florida Governor Rick Scott gave out a phone sex hotline number to residents seeking information on a deadly fungal meningitis outbreak.
Mr Scott was providing an update on the outbreak at a cabinet meeting when he announced what he said was the hotline's free phone number, but gave out the wrong number.
Earth-like planet in sky is diamond
Astronomers have discovered a planet twice the size of Earth made largely out of diamond which is orbiting a star that is visible with the naked eye.
The rocky planet, called 55 Cancri e, orbits a sun-like star 40 light years away in the constellation of Cancer and is moving so fast that a year there lasts a mere 18 hours.
Dominatrix told to give charity €200
A German court has ordered a dominatrix to pay €200 to a local charity as a penance after a client accused her of hurting and robbing him.
A Cologne district court spokesman said the plaintiff had accused the woman he hired for sex last month of holding a kitchen knife to his throat before demanding his debit card and PIN.
Restaurant serves toddler whiskey
A restaurant chain has apologised for serving alcohol to a toddler, calling it a case of human error.
Sonny Rees was taken to A&E after drinking whiskey at his second birthday party at a Frankie and Benny's restaurant in Swansea, Wales. Hospital staff later gave him the all-clear. Frankie and Benny's said it was extremely sorry for the incident.