"Afterwards, attendees asked the groom whether they could have some pictures from the wedding. 'We didn't hire any photographer,' said the groom. There was stunned silence all around."
[In 2003, the CIA's World Factbook included a tiny Scottish village on its list of strategic hotspots: 30 miles from Glasgow, Forth had one school, two pubs, and a one-man police office comprising a converted shed between a row of terraced houses! When the Daily Record asked why the town had been included, the listing promptly disappeared from the agency's website. (ananova.com, 11th February 2003)]