[WATCH] Tesla releases new car feature that farts on demand
An illustration of a pregnant woman with ‘Brazilian-style’ pubic hair in a school-issued book had some parents hot under the collar.
Angry parents took to social media to express unhappiness with the image in a GCSE Human Biology revision book published by Pearson Edexcel, which resulted in the book being withdrawn.
Disgusted by @Pearson_UK and @PearsonSchools for publishing this image of a pregnant woman with a Brazilian in a GCSE textbook. Utterly disgraceful. They should formally apologise. SHAME ON YOU pic.twitter.com/Rty7PEWkda— Glacius White (@glaciuswhite23) February 9, 2019
Perhaps it's not a good idea to go out drinking the night before the big match?
Well, this Stellenbosch University student was asked by the referee if he had a concussion because he was struggling to kick a ball - but he confessed to being hungover.
Brilliant this. In a Varsity residence match at @StellenboschUni the referee is concerned the kicker is concussed and if so cannot kick. He confesses he just badly hung over...😊 @thepaulwilliams @brettgosper @BrendenNel @brianmoore666 @Oom_Rugby @jwcoetzee #rugby pic.twitter.com/ncgSzFVDoS— Lambertus Cornelius (@lambertusc) February 12, 2019
Elsewhere in What's Gone Viral, Tesla has introduced a farting mode in its cars.
The new feature makes the car sound like it's farting on demand or when the indicator signal is on.
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