And Finally

And finally... mirror mirror

A mirror that belonged to Queen Anne has sold for £50,000 at an auction in Dorchester.

Published 26 April 2021

And finally… working from home

An Italian has broken the country's record for absenteeism after allegedly skipping work for 15 years.

Published 23 April 2021

And finally… star-crossed turnstiles

Plans to limit the number of tourists visiting the famous Romeo and Juliet balcony in Verona have been blocked by a court.

Published 22 April 2021

And finally… unexpected

A celebrity psychic who said he lost his powers after a car accident is facing a £100,000 legal bill after a judge ruled he had been "fundamentally dishonest" in his claim for compensation.

Published 21 April 2021

And finally... may the force be with you

A series of items related to the Star Wars franchise are set to go up for auction on May 4th.

Published 20 April 2021

And finally… grow up

A landlord who evicted tenants who he discovered had set up a cannabis grow house has admitted taking over the operation himself.

Published 19 April 2021

And finally... up in smoke

A couple could face a legal bill for £100,000 after they accused tenants of ruining their luxury flat with cigar smoke.

Published 16 April 2021

And finally… bottled it

An Indonesian fraudster who scammed wealthy clients by using old bottles and counterfeit labels to make $150 million selling cheap wine, has been deported from the United States.

Published 15 April 2021

And finally... winning streak

Entain, the owner of Ladbrokes, claimed millions of pounds in furlough cash while enjoying a surge in online betting, The Guardian has revealed.

Published 14 April 2021

And finally… wedding ringer

A scorned judge who took revenge on her cheating partner by "marrying" him in a sham ceremony with an impersonator has been ordered to retire.

Published 13 April 2021

And finally... bon appetit

French police have fined over 100 diners who attended an underground restaurant in Paris on Friday.

Published 12 April 2021

And finally… grapes of wrath

Rival dynasties, councillors, bankers and union officials have been dragged into a major row over the future of a prestigious Bordeaux vineyard.

Published 9 April 2021

And finally… lotto fraud

Staff at Italy’s national lottery have allegedly hacked into company computers to identify winning numbers and claim €24 million for friends and family.

Published 8 April 2021

And finally… wait a minute

Lawyers in Pakistan have condemned waiters for stealing their uniform – a black suit with a white shirt and black tie.

Published 7 April 2021

And finally... music to their ears

Morningside School of Music in Edinburgh has announced that it will be accepting payments from customers in the form of cryptocurrency.

Published 6 April 2021