A Swiss driver got into a jam when he drove up a 'glorified goat track' after following instructions on his satnav. Unable to go forward or turn around to go back the way he came, he was forced to call the emergency services.
A helicopter was scrambled and rescued him and his van from the mountain. The Daily Mail has a photo of the van being recovered by the helicopter.
A pub chain has baked the world's biggest naan bread as part of a launch event for its range of curries.
The record-breaking naan was 10ft by 4ft and has a total area of 40 sq ft - the equivalent of 167 normal size naan breads – and took bakers over five hours to make and 8 staff to carry.
The breads was made using an authentic naan recipe including yoghurt, ghee and Kalonji seeds and weighing more than 40kg and cooked in a specialist tandoori-style oven with the capacity to cook an authentic bread of such magnitude. [via]