Baker uses urine from public toilets to make ‘Goldilocks bread’
And other stories from the stranger side of life
A baker in France has been collecting women’s urine from a public toilet to make “Goldilocks bread”. Louise Raguet, who describes herself as an “eco-feminist”, deploys the urine to fertilise the wheat that she then uses to make up her “Boucle d’Or” or “Goldilocks bread”. Next up, she says she wants to “break taboos over excrement”.
Why Iceland wants your screams
Feeling frustrated? Iceland is inviting people to let out their frustrations by recording their screams and having them played over a loudspeaker in a remote part of the country. The country says it is the “perfect place to let your frustrations out” as it channels the power of “scream therapy”. Find out more here.
Teens use masks to buy booze
Teenagers are using coronavirus masks to pretend to be elderly and buy alcohol. In a growing trend on the social media app TikTok, masked chlidren are rubbing white powder into their hair to make it grey and donning older-style clothes before heading to the off licence.
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