Headline writing is largely regarded as being a skill that can entice an audience to click into an article or create a conversation.
And that’s exactly what these have done! In this new feature, we’re taking a look at some of the most unusual headlines that made their way online during the week.
Here are some of our favourites from the week that was:
1. BBC News
BBC News reports that Iowa man “Robert McKevitt took matters into his own hands when a vending machine did not deliver the goods”.
Animal trouble in Arizona! TIME reports that these dogs are “hey’re also recruiting other strays to join their crew”.
3. Associated Press
Associated Press writes of a makeover like no other, “the latest attempt to halt some of the thousands of road deaths of the roaming caribou in the wilds of Finland”.
4. NBC News
NBC reports of a Kentucky pastor “who starred in a reality show about handling snakes during church services” but “died Saturday night after a fatal snake bite”.
WESH in Orlando reports that “Marion County deputies are investigating the theft of 1,000 homing pigeons valued at $18,000”.