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A trio of rugby fans cycled more than 8,000 miles to Japan to watch England play in the World Cup - only to miss the game because it was raining

***EXCLUSIVE*** Brothers Dale and Keith House and his son Linford spent 111 days in the saddle, cycling 8,250 miles and crossing 13 countries to watch England play France. The family, from Aylsham in Kent, rode in the 48-degree heat of the Kazakhstan desert and faced a 700-mile detour when they tried to cross the Donetsk conflict zone and got turned away in eastern Ukraine. But their biggest set back was when they arrived in Japan to discover the match they hoped to see had been cancelled due to torrential rain from Typhoon Hagibis. The tropical cyclone pummelled Japan earlier this month and caused widespread flooding and landslides, killing more than 80 people.

A Halloween obsessed couple has transformed their home into a haunted house - for the thirteenth year in a row

***EXCLUSIVE*** William and Roslyn Howson began the spooky attraction in 2006 and have welcomed hundreds of guisers over the years. It takes the pair eight weeks to get their house ready for the Halloween display - unpacking 40 boxes of decorations, bought from as far away as Japan and America.  William, 64, and wife Roslyn, 57, started the tradition after throwing a Halloween party for their grandson’s fifth birthday in 2006.

A photographic exhibition claims to have unearthed the earliest photo ever taken of a living animal - a picture of a COW dating back over 175 YEARS

***EXCLUSIVE*** The exhibition, titled 'By Hoof, Paw, Wing, or Fin: Creatures in Photographs', explores the ways in which photographs have presented animals over the history of photography. But photography dealers Hans P Kraus Jr Fine Photographs were stunned when, a few days before the show opened, they unexpectedly received what is believed to be the first ever photograph of an animal.

Britain’s most expensive belt costing £60,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** Christopher Shellis, founder of London’s House of Borgezie, hand-encrusted the solid platinum and 18 carat gold belt with 60 five and a half carat diamonds. The Fleur de Lys pattern is inspired by Elizabethean era style. Christopher, 50, set up the company named after an Italian dynasty after starting as a diamond setter in the family business in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter aged 16.

Some kangaroos in the men’s toilets - EATING TOILET PAPER!

***EXCLUSIVE*** This is the hilarious moment an astonished Brit stumbled upon two kangaroos chomping on TOILET ROLL in the men's loos. Video shows one kangaroo munching away on hand roll in the middle of the room while the other can be spotted in a cubicle eating loo roll. Matt Trayner, 29, can be heard saying: "Lads, what is going on?! They're eating the toilet paper! Guys, that's not nutritious - what are you doing?!" He filmed the bizarre scene after drinking with his girlfriend and pals on their first night of camping in Flinders Ranges National Park in south Australia.

The formal gardens designed in 19th century are protected as a category A listed building and have all the characteristics of a 17th century Scottish Renaissance garden

***EXCLUSIVE*** These mesmerising pictures show one of the most famous gardens in Scotland as it basks in the autumn sun. Drummond Castle Gardens, near Crieff, Perth and Kinross, date back to 1630 and are described as ‘one of Europe’s most important and impressive formal gardens’. The ornate gardens were redesigned and terraced in the 19th century and the formal gardens seen today were replanted in the 1950s, preserving the original features. In 2016 the gardens were transformed into the backdrop for the Palace of Versailles for popular drama Outlander, and they also featured in the Rob Roy film.