From the BBC 22 July 2010 (source).
Submitted by Christopher Hurley who comments:
The article itself (now?) inserts the word “auction” which makes the headline clear, but it appears in RSS feeds and in the BBC’s “Most Popular” list as “Corrie cat’s ashes smash target”. Also in this BBC Twitter post:
I was wondering why people wanted to smash the urn containing the ashes of this cat from a soap opera, i.e. why it was such a smash target?
From OregonLive.com 23 July 2010 (source).
Found via @scazon on Twitter who comments:
Wielded improperly, spurs can be deadly.
From NBC Miami 14 July 2010 (source).
The headline has since been changed.
Submitted by Michael Una (and also by David Kohn).
From the Chicago Tribune 8 July 2010 (source).
Submitted by copilot808 with a comment:
That’s one long journey for a plane taxiing.
From the Chicago Breaking News Center 12 July 2010 (source).
Found by Jesse Doogan on Twitter who comments:
I hope someone told the house
From Stuff.co.nz 7 July 2010 (source).
Submitted by David Thompson.
From The Associated Press 22 June 2010 (source).
Submitted by Stan Carey who provides a commentary.
From CNN 1 July 2010 (source).
Submitted by Tom Benda. The headline has since been changed.