A U.K. man browsing an online real estate listing for his neighbor's house was slightly miffed at seeing his own cat, Freddie, lounging on a bed in one of the listing’s photos.
Many brands opted into the trickery on April Fools’ Day 2021. Here’s a roundup of some of the best shenanigans.
Mason Trebony, who was vacationing at a cabin in the Great Smoky Mountains with his wife, filmed the bear as it crawled into the jacuzzi and plopped down to take in the morning sunrise.
Months after toxins forced a Vermont high school to close its doors, students began attending classes in an old Macy’s department store.
Audrey Lewis wasn’t sure if her grandfather had lost his mind or was joking when he called the family to say there was a monkey outside on his porch.
Video posted on Twitter by Rut Einarsdottir shows a group passing a volleyball amongst themselves as Mount Fagradalsfjall spewed lava nearby.
Police officers in Spartanburg, South Carolina, used dog toys to help lure a coyote out of a woman's kitchen.
Pepsi and Peeps have partnered to create a soda flavor unlike any other.
Talk about a fish out of water! Well, technically we're talking about sharks and they're still in water, but they're certainly not where you'd expect.
Comedian Jensen Karp said he wasn’t happy to find a surprise inside a box of Cinnamon Toast Crunch: what appeared to be dehydrated shrimp tails. General Mills denied that the shells could have come from its factories.
A mythical, ape-like creature that has captured the imagination of adventurers for decades has now become the target of a state lawmaker in Oklahoma.
A woman says she was left penniless in her bank account after a coffee run and months later she's still fighting to get her money back.
He had planned on building a small bungalow in the area, but those plans may need to be altered
Justin Kobylka, a snake breeder in Georgia, sold a rare ball python for $6,000 after the reptile ended up with the shape of three smiley faces on its body.
Dashcam video from buses caught the bright ball in the western sky.
A man waiting for his chicken sandwich at a Chick-fil-A in Texas stopped a suspect in his tracks with his truck door.
The Wisconsin State Patrol shared a photo from a bizarre traffic stop, showing that the driver was sitting in a camping chair, as the pick-up truck did not have seats.
Talk about your yard sale finds. A small porcelain bowl bought for $35 at a Connecticut yard sale turned out to be a rare, 15th century Chinese artifact worth between $300,000 and $500,000.
Two Maryland neighbors and best friends never understood why they felt so close to one another, closer than they did to their own families. Turns out, they were sisters.
Amazon updated its app icon, now featuring neutral blue tape partially peeled back without a jagged edge, after some made comparisons to Adolf Hitler's mustache.