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These are the fashionable micro pigs who’s cute wardrobe of fashionable outfits is guaranteed to make you squeal

***EXCLUSIVE*** Cocktail waitress Lisa Roedel had a life long ambition to become the proud parent of a pet pig.  Her ex husband and her parents had always said no to the idea but now living independently and divorced Lisa took the opportunity to adopted a pair of American Mini Pigs called Pearl and Arnold.  The siblings can be seen to be living their best life with Lisa at their home on the highlands ranch in Denver, Colorado spending their days playing and dressing up.

Boy, 4, who asked for sunflower ‘as tall as the house’ stunned when dad grew 20ft one that towers over the roof

***EXCLUSIVE*** A green-fingered dad whose four-year-old son asked him to grow a sunflower "as tall as the house" has ended up with a 20-foot high monster plant which almost dwarves his semi. Douglas Smith, 42, is forced to use a ladder to tend to the lofty giant, which he first planted at the end of March and tended during lockdown. But Douglas, dad of four-year-old son Stellan, could not have guessed that his gardening project would creep all the way up to reach the apex of the roof of his house.

A toddler suffered agonising second degree burns on her face and body - after she pulled a mug of her mum's freshly brewed coffee off a windowsill in seconds

***EXCLUSIVE*** Orla Capstick, then one, had only just learned to walk, so her mum Vicki, 38, didn't worry about popping a full mug on the ledge while she took her other daughter to the loo. But somehow within seconds of her mum leaving the room, she managed to cross it, reach up onto the windowsill and pull the full mug of coffee all over herself. Vicki and husband Gavin, who was very close by, scooped her up and took her up to the bath, running cold water all over her body while an air ambulance rushed to the home. Orla, now three, sustained second degree burns on 25% of her body - including her face, shoulder and chest. But thanks to the air ambulance and her quick-thinking parents, she didn't need a skin graft. Little Orla has raised more than £2,000 for Great North Air Ambulance Service, to say thank you, by cycling an incredible 26 miles in three weeks. Primary school teacher Vicki, from Tebay, Cumbria, said: "I had just made the coffee when one of my other daughters needed the toilet so I put it on the windowsill, went off with her and then the scream happened.

Bugatti creates a mini version of the iconic Type 35 for its 110th anniversary

***EXCLUSIVE*** Celebrating its 110th anniversary, Bugatti has teamed up with The Little Car Company for a remake of the Type 35. Inspired by the original “Baby” built by Ettore Bugatti for his son in 1926, this updated model sees a chassis that's roughly 75-percent in size of the actual car and can seat an average-sized adult, although it is intended for children. The base model comes with only one color option and is powered by a 1.4 kWh battery pack that allows for the Baby II to reach 45 km/h, or you could drop your savings on either the “Vitesse” or “Pur Sang” the Baby II is limited to 500 examples, and will cost you 35 000 Dollars for the base model and 67 000 Dollars for the “Pur Sang.”

Inside a 'time-capsule' cottage that has been left untouched for decades

***EXCLUSIVE*** The crumbling former home has been overtaken by nature and is barely visible from the public footpath it sits alongside. But inside it has been left exactly as it was when the owner died approximately 20 years ago. Clothes still hang where they were drying over a woodburning stove, opened food cans and jars are still rotting and family photos have remained still on display. Other items include a piano and a bed that was moved into the kitchen while teddy bears are sat on the dust-ridden chairs and he former occupant's glasses still sit on the bedside table. Richard Walden, 55, of Woolacombe, Devon, came across the cottage while walking with a friend on a public footpath in a rural location near Exeter on Tuesday evening.

Video camera used by George Holliday to record the Rodney King beating to be auctioned

Los Angeles, California, United States: The Sony video camera used by George Holliday to record the Los Angeles Police Department’s beating of Rodney King on March 3, 1991 will be auctioned by Nate D. Sanders Auctions on July 30, 2020. Bidding for the camera begins at $225,000. The camera comes with a notarized letter of authenticity by the consignor George Holliday, who says of the event: ''I hope this video camera inspires people to use their power to record events that they find troubling. Don't be afraid to use it.'' One of the seminal events of the 20th century, the Rodney King video was the first of its kind as a viral video and as such, shocked the world; it's still considered the most important viral video of all time. Its influence on nearly every aspect of American and global culture can't be overstated, affecting people's perceptions of race and police use of force, leading to the depiction of similar events in film and television, and inspiring countless people to bravely hold up their own cameras to record troubling events.

A man has spoken of his 'shock' after discovering a 30-foot hole in his back garden

***EXCLUSIVE*** Gerald O'Conner, 47, who lives on Tofts Grove, Rastrick, said he was doing a spot of gardening during lockdown when he found the six-foot wide 30-foot deep well.  Mr O'Conner is now toing and froing with Calderdale Council to get the well filled-in and restructured after being told he and his neighbours must not use the access point to his rear garden due to health and safety concerns.

Unusual sight as speedboat blocks highway

Washington, United States: An unusually nautical sight greeted drivers on a Washington highway Tuesday (28 July) - when a speedboat was found blocking the road. Washington State Patrol’s Trooper John Bryant explained that the craft had fallen from a trailer after not being secured currently. The driver received a ticket. Trooper Bryant explained: „Boat fell off a trailer on SB SR 97 MP164 (Just North of Blewett Pass). Failure to secure boat with tie downs and safety chains results in a blocked lane, damage to the boat, a tow bill and a ticket for failing to secure a load. Photo courtesy of Wenatchee Trooper Ryan Los.”