Prime Minister David Cameron has been stung by a jellyfish while on holiday in Spain, The Mirror have reported.
The incident happened on the Spanish island of Lanzarote, while David Cameron and his wife Samantha were enjoying a spring break.
Ex-pat Alan Lambert, said that one traditional cure for a jellyfish sting is for someone to urinate on the affected area.
He joked: “There would have been no shortage of volunteers to administer the treatment if he’d needed it. We were all having a laugh about it in the bar.”
Thames Valley police are attempting to find a man who allegedly tried to snatch three-year-old girl in Lanzarote on January 30.
The family, from Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, were on holiday in Costa Teguise when a man, believed to British, is said to have attempted to kidnap the girl in a shop.
The victim's father said he noticed she was missing and spotted her being led around the corner into an alleyway by a man, who was holding her by the hand. He said he shouted out and ran towards the pair, and the man immediately fled.
A short time later the family claim they saw the man, who spoke fluent English, and confronted him, but he fled before police arrived.
The family did however manage to get a picture of the alleged suspect, which police have released today. Investigating officer Detective Constable John Swallow said:
"We are working closely with the Spanish authorities and Interpol on this case and will continue to do so. We have reason to believe he may be a British citizen as he spoke fluent English and made references to being on holiday.
"I am appealing for anyone who recognises the man in the images or has information on his whereabouts to contact police as soon as possible."