I couldn’t be bothered to do an APILN Daily on Monday and Tuesday due to a bad case of Done a Poo.
So, like my toilet, here’s a bumper helping. Please click through to the stories to support local journalism, even the one about Teabag Jesus.
Plymouth Herald: Why does it smell of poo in Plymouth?
Honestly, if you have to ask, then you’ll never know.
Another day, another John Cleese comeback fails to catch the public’s imagination.
Birmingham Mail: This man has done some bad things
Don’t have nightmares
Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bus timetable changes lead to protest in Heaton
A strong combination of shoddy sign and gazing forlornly into the distance by Mrs Glam Olidiewonk
Melville Times: Oh strewth! The binmen took my letter box by mistake
Your address is now “Rubbish tip”. Live with it
It’s worse than he thinks – the rodents have got a sign on order for the shed that says “Rat Cave”.
The sugar tax is about 14p per bottle, so we reckon he’s got to make 500 bottles of Scottish tooth-rot before he breaks even.
Adelaide Now: Aussie couple get compo for dud car
Some strong compo face work here, and worth noting the word “Aussie” in the headline just in case readers think these may be Range Rover-driving whinging poms.
Dude, it’s great for business.
That “Wanna feel old?” joke about an old pop band goes here, I dunno.
Lancashire Telegraph: Dad blasts Poundland for selling inflatable willies and plastic breasts
Or: Man dreads the day he might have to explain ‘thingy’ to his offspring.
Manchester Evening News: Man left FUMMIN after Aldi refuse to sell bottle of whiskey because he was with his daughter
Or: Customer disgusted that store is upholding the conditions of its alcohol licence by check identification of younger people.
WEIRD NEWS ROUND-UP
Blackpool Gazette: David Schwimmer lookalike wanted by Blackpool police earns global attention
Some sort of Friends gag goes here, I dunno
I remember when you had to take an entrance exam to become a criminal. Standards these days are just shocking.
Translation: Tinnie = boat, and is not a tinnie, which is a tin of drink.
Falmouth Packet: Split teabag reveals a portrait of Jesus. Or does it?
No. It does not.