Something strange has happened on the streets of London (and it's the toast of the town)
Grab yourself a Sherlock Holmes-style deerstalker hat and sidekick (Watson, perhaps) because something puzzling has appeared on the streets of London.
Let us examine exhibit one: a model of the Taj Mahal made entirely out of toast.
That’s right, dear Watson, the bread sculpture was left on a street corner in Peckham, south London, and discovered by Tom Mckenzie, a fundraising manager, while on a sunny stroll.
What’s a chap to do when faced with such mystery? Why, tweet it, of course.
So, what do we know about this unbuttered beauty? Well, not a lot and it’s driving us crazy. How did the culprit create such an architecturally stable building, while crafting a perfectly curved dome? Did they use honey to weld the pieces together? Or are they more of a Nutella type of bandit?
There’s only one thing to do: call in Holmes, Marple and Poirot. They’ll know who dunnit.