First it was Dexter the Peacock. Now it’s Pebbles the Hamster.
When Lebanese chef Alan Geaam first arrived in Paris two decades ago he found himself sleeping on the streets, lost and penniless with hardly a word of French.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday that he still does not have a smartphone, after revealing last year that he has no interest in joining any social media networks.
Do not pass Go. Do not collect $200: Just steal it.
Major US airlines are clipping the wings of “emotional support animals” hoping to take flight with their owners over safety concerns, as a would-be peacock passenger created a social media tizzy.
Vietnam’s budget airline has apologised for sending scantily-clad models to join the country’s under-23 football squad on a flight home, after social media cried foul over the “cheap” PR stunt.
It won’t put a smile on her notoriously pouty face but Grumpy Cat, the feline who became an internet meme and a hugely lucrative brand, has just won $710,000 in court.
A double-ended car owned by a septuagenarian mechanic from Indonesia has been ordered off the road, but he has not given up on the quirky creation just yet.
As the Year of the Dog approaches, some shops run by the Chinese diaspora in Malaysia are keeping canine figurines hidden inside to avoid causing offence in the Muslim-majority country.
Paris’s main zoo was set to reopen Saturday after the last of around 50 baboons who had escaped from their enclosure were found overnight, the zoo authorities said.
The request was for a Van Gogh to adorn the walls of the president and first lady’s private residence in the White House.