An orang-utan has become a popular photographer

I hear the train a coming, it's rolling round the bend...

Six men were arrested in Erfurt, Germany after what police called "one of those mad pub ideas" actually became reality when they built their own makeshift train and set it loose on the public rail network. The train, made from garden benches, salvaged train parts, cushions, an electric motor and a 'refreshment cart' in the form of a beer crate, was spotted travelling down the tracks. A police helicopter followed the 'train' until a barrier was set up to stop it at a station. The men face public safety charges.

All kinds of everything gives Dana a day to remember @church

A Maryland man interrupted his wedding to update his relation­ship status on Facebook. Dana Hanna also posted this on Twitter: "Standing at the altar with @Tracy Page where a second ago, she became my wife! Gotta go, time to kiss my bride."

The truth is out there... but the Brits don't care

The UK Ministry of Defence is closing its UFO investigative department due to budgetary constraints and what authorities say is "an inappropriate use of resources". Around 5% of the 12,000 incidents it has investigated, including 135 last year, remain unexplained.

Every which way but red-eyed

An orang-utan in Austria has become one of the world's most popular photographers after keepers at Vienna's Schoenbrunn zoo gave her a camera which automatically uploads her pictures online.