10 things we didn't know last week
1. The Catholic Church frowns upon priests using hoverboards during midnight mass.
2. Ronald Reagan suggested that Margaret Thatcher read Red Storm Rising by Tom Clancy in order to understand Soviet thinking.
3. Turkish police officers go on undercover patrols disguised as Father Christmas.
4. Cyclists who ride slowly are more likely to be involved in accidents.
5. People who panic act quicker in a crisis.
6. Ireland's early inhabitants came from as far away as the Middle East.
7. Having "auto brewery syndrome", which makes your body convert food into alcohol, is a defence against drink driving charges in New York State.
8. There's a dilapidated mansion in the village of Bowdon, Greater Manchester, owned by the government of Iran.
9. Interstellar was the most pirated film of 2015.
10. The Royal Mint considered making a 60p coin in 2011.
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