An Audi driver has scribbled a letter in his favourite coloured crayon addressed to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth asking for a chuffing Knighthood and a public holiday to be named after him after letting a pensioner out at a junction, it has emerged. Pete Ennis, 32, from Lincoln’s Birchwood estate was in a line of
A recent study has shown that buying a Vauxhall is just like buying a scratch card in the fact that usually every one in five is a winner. Over the years Vauxhall’s have been littered with several well known problems ranging from windows suddenly opening on their own as soon as they hit 70 mph
Annoying children are to be tethered to the outside of planes, trains and buses so they can play outside and avoid disturbing older passengers who like quiet. The suggestion to tether children to the outside of public transport came after 78 year old Mr G. Rumpybum saw the environmentalists glue themselves to London’s Tube Trains
It has been reported that a BMW driver has been seen using indicators whilst driving on the A46 just south of Lincoln this week. The driver was breaking every rule in the BMW handbook when it comes to indicating and it has really upset the staff at BMW. They are concerned for the drivers safety
An 11 mile stretch of canal between Brayford Pool and Torksey is to be sold at auction today. It is believed to be the oldest person made waterway of its time. Formally known as man made but due to the complaints received from the local W.I. it had to be reclassified. It was built
A Gainsborough paper published a positive piece after the town received two new visitors it has emerged. Joyous council officials released a statement that the 2 new visitors, an old lady in a hat and shoplifter from Sheffield came to town on the new train service the locals have affectionately named the ghost train. Exclusive!
Del Boy was spotted Moored up last Wednesday just outside Torksey Lock. He is meant to be in retirement but couldn’t resist the lure of Torksey’s world famous Car Boot and the potential of making a quick monkey, with ‘No Income Tax, No VAT, no money back, no guarantees.’ You know the words. So off he trotted
On Wednesday evening, Sausage reporter Keep Notes decided to stop and have his dinner break in a well known fast food restaurant, the one with golden arches, in a small Lincolnshire town whose residents probably won’t understand this article. Consuming his dinner in his car he was tucking into one of the restaurants many delicious