Snippets from the week's news, sliced, diced and processed for your convenience.
1. Asda's buttock-slap is one of the few gestures to have been trademarked. More details
2. The goat who became an internet phenomenon after "marrying" a Sudanese man was named Rose. More details
3. New York may be "the city that never sleeps", but its pedestrians only rank eighth in a global study of walking pace.
4. Pandas in captivity don't need "Viagra, panda porn videos, or other previously tried artificial stimulants" to contemplate a spot of rumpy-pumpy after all. More details
5. Mirror tycoon Robert Maxwell ate grapes by lowering a bunch into his mouth, stripping the fruit and taking it out leaving only the stalks. More details
6. Apes communicate with gestures that have different meanings depending on the context - a chimpanzee with an extended arm and open hand may be begging for food, asking a female chimp for sex or reconciling with a male after a fight. More details
7. Men bitten by the Brazilian wandering spider can experience long and painful erections - a condition known as priapism. More details
8. Maggots can treat MRSA. More details
9. Blushing can be treated by cutting the nerve that creates the red flush in the face, neck or upper chest. More details
10. Danny deVito - yes the actor - has created his own brand of Limon cello, the lemony Italian liqueur. More details
Source, where item not linked: 3: Metro, 1 May.
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