A controversial revisionist historian has made the startling claim that a number of Germans seen near Stalingrad in 1942-3 were in fact “just tourists”, with no connection to any attacks on the city or its people that may have occurred around that time. [read...]
The plan, codenamed Caper Time, will involve driving red, white and blue minis to the European Central Bank in Milan, filling them with gold bars and making an escape.
An early suggestion to sabotage Milan’s traffic lights to cause chaos was replaced with a plan just to let Italians drive the way they do anyway. [read...]
The groundless faith Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has in Christian Benteke, the alleged striker often mistaken for his own waxwork in Madam Tussauds, has been officially declared a religion by the World Ecumenical Council. [read...]
“I’m afraid you’ll be going undercover in one of the foulest places on earth,” says M, to which Bond replies “Och no, don’t tell me I’ve shat out those suppositories again?” [read...]
A spokesman for the Cannelloni family in Genoa, who we are legally obliged to say play absolutely no role in the running of the city, has apologised today for the collapse of the Morandi Bridge, [read...]