Named: the UK city most likely to survive zombie apocalypse
And other stories from the stranger side of life
Cambridge has been named the part of the UK most likely to survive a zombie invasion, thanks to its number of onshore wind farms, recycling centres and farmland. Swansea came second in the table, with Belfast third. Oxford, Preston and Derby were bottom of the list. The zombie survival index said that during such a disaster, farms would be the “go-to location” to grow crops and be self-sufficient.
Man has Boris tattooed on tummy
A man has got a picture of Boris Johnson’s face tattooed on his stomach to raise funds for a friend hoping to travel to the US for a clinical trial. Kenneth Wilding, 42, said he wanted to do something to help his friend with her “last chance of survival”. He added that he thinks “Bozza” is a “legend” and insists he will “never regret doing it”.
Beer launch cancelled due to typo
A Japanese brewery cancelled the release of its newest beer because of a spelling mistake on the cans. The launch of Sapporo Breweries’ new Kaitakushi Beer Tailored was halted when it was noticed that the word “lager” was spelled as “lagar” on the cans. "There are no legal issues with the error or the design, but it is certainly embarrassing," Junko Fukuchi, a Sapporo representative said.