A cracker of a Christmas joke, purchase of an Aussie company, Grand Theft Auto the 6th
The British Museum is ending its year as a Christmas cracker joke after a growing awareness of its ‘borrowed’ display items was followed by the institution having 1,500 items stolen itself. The gag – “Did you hear about the Christmas cake on display in the British Museum? It was Stollen.” If you need a hint of why that’s hilarious, here you go…
The richest woman in Oz has added another feather to her cap/coat to her wardrobe… Gina Rinehart purchased Aussie company Driza-Bone following fellow Aussie mining magnates Andrew and Nicola Forrest, who added the Akubra hat company to their assets list, which includes RM Williams.
Fans of video game Grand Theft Auto have been waiting a decade for the 6th instalment in the franchise, but they’ve been placated by the early release of its trailer this week. The only downside? The game itself isn’t due to drop until 2025.
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