HOW about this for a different sort of 'big foot'!

The Daily Express says that rugby player Carl Griffiths can't get a game for his village side because he literally has become too big for his boots.

Carl is believed to have Britain's biggest feet and he can't find a new pair of size 21 boots.

Standing 6ft 8in tall, he has been playing in size 18 boots for the past three years - with his toes curled up in the ends but after keeping them together with black sticky tape they have finally fallen apart.

Carl, from Carmarthenshire, West Wales, is now appealing for help to find a new pair of boots that fit.


It seems that us Brits are a right shower! A Daily Mirror story reveals that new research shows that Britons prefer the shower although we don't use that, or the bath, on 111 days each year.

The survey was carried out by hotel booking site to mark Bubble Bath Day. Thirty-five per cent of those questioned said that took just four annual baths and we are more likely to be found in the shower, taking on average 227 a year.


A Daily Mail story tells us that a new set of stamps featuring characters from Alice in Wonderland have gone on sale to mark the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll's children's book.

They feature scenes including the White Rabbit, the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat and Alice herself.


Shoppers who visit a Tesco supermarket in Tiverton, Devon are often greeted by the store's own cat, reports the Daily Mirror.

Apparently tabby Mango is a regular at the store and is happy to pose for pictures with visitors. He spends much of his time sleeping in the foyer, hiding amongst stock or curled up on the store's entrance mat.

He has become so well known that an unknown customer has set up a Facebook page for the cat which pictures showing him amongst barbecue coals, hiding in cardboard boxes and playing with children.


The BBC informs us that Britain's oldest person has died the age of 114. She was Ethel Lang, from Barnsley in Yorkshire, who was believed to be the last person living in the UK who was born in the reign of Queen Victoria.

Ethel was born on May 27 1900 and lived in Barnsley all her life. She left school at 13 to work in a shirt factory and married her husband, William, in 1922. He died in 1988.

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