Honestly, the lengths some people will go to to get a mobile phone signal.
Yes, today's tip of the hat goes to high wire daredevil Tancrede Melet - not just for crossing a 65ft gap in the Verdon Gorge, France, at 1,000ft - but also for taking a 20-minute phone call while doing it.
Mon dieu. Some people have big boules, non?
And just to put him in context:
Like we say. Grands boules. Bravo, Monsieur Melet! And a tip of the hat to the person who called you, too. We hope you didn't let on where you were.
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Like us, Kelly Osbourne is stunned that a grown woman has a mobile phone case in the shape of a pink animal.
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Or was it this one?
No, wait - it was definitely this one.
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Kate Moss In 'Shows Expression' Shocker.
Prince Charles - never knowingly underwhelmed by a pint.
See <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2012/09/20/barack-obama-pirate-funny-picture_n_1899883.html?utm_hp_ref=uk-comedy" target="_hplink">all the picture captions here</a>.
Altogether now: "Wave your hands in the air like you just don't care... about the invasion of your privacy by a French magazine!"
Because some people will bend over backwards to meet the royal family.