Amazon customers receive cat food instead of PS5
Amazon says it is “really sorry” after customers who had pre-ordered the new PlayStation 5 instead received deliveries of cat food, grills and foot massagers. Punters have resorted to social media to espress their disappointment at the mistaken deliveries.
Elvis impersonator arrested during livestream
An Elvis impersonator charged at police when they came to arrest him for an unrelated offence during a live-streamed gig. Dean Holland was delivering an online performance from his home in Leeds when police in face masks burst in. After lunging at one officer, Holland asked: “What the f?” An officer tells him: “We’ve been trying to get in for 20 minutes.” An officer then tells him to “calm down” and Holland replies: “I am calm.”
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