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North Wales Police have proven they've got a sense of humour - and some serious dance moves - by taking part in the internet craze known as the 'running man challenge'.
The craze started with a police force in New Zealand and has been taken up by other forces across the world. It requires the force in question to perform a dance move known as the 'running man' to a 90s pop song of their choice. North Wales Police went with Tom Jones, naturally. And the video takes a rather surreal turn...
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A Cardiff coffee shop is offering customers five per cent off their bill - if they order in a Dalek voice.
The Doctor Who discount is being offered to customers at the Field of Beans in Roath Park, Cardiff, with a sign outside. The notice says:
Order in a Dalek voice and get five off your bill. Arrive in a Tardis and get your coffee for free.
The shop is famous locally for its comedy signs including one saying "Today's Special: Order two coffees and pay for them both."
We just like to make people smile and our signs are a good way of doing that.
Doctor Who is quite popular in Cardiff so we thought we'd give our customers this discount.
No-one's been brave enough to do it yet – and unfortunately nobody has turned up in a Tardis."
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