Hello McKinney watchers!
There has been a fresh twist in the ever bizarre tale of Joyce the "manacled Mormon kidnapper" McKinney.
Turns out it's not just Mormons that she's obsessed with, she's got a freaky thing for animals too.
First it was the South Korean puppy cloning, now it's - actually I'll let The Times, who have followed the story so faithfully, take over:
The “manacled Mormon” kidnapper who was exposed after cloning her pet pitbull terrier in South Korea is wanted on burglary charges involving a three-legged horse in the United States.
Joyce McKinney is accused of telling a 15-year-old boy to break into a house in Tennessee so that she could get money to buy a false leg for her beloved horse, her lawyer said.
Prosthethics for ponies - who knew it was so lucrative?
On other business, it has been brough to my attention that there is another possible explanation for the linguistic conundrum that is the phrase "to get caned".
Captain Mac said: "I think caned comes from when drinks like rum were brewed from fermented sugar cane."
I like it.
Meanwhile, the latest news on the future of Cains is that PWC are talking up their chances of finding a buyer "to take control within just a few days" according to the oft over-looked publication The Publican.
PWC said: “We are advertising for interested parties in the Financial Times at the end of the week and that should help us set a timescale for positive offers as early as the week beginning August 18."
Consider yourselves updated.