An 82-year-old grandmother fought off robber at the newsagents shop she owns - by beating him with her walking stick. The raider, wrapped in a blue sleeping bag, burst into Hanley's AJ and J Newsagents in Stoke-on-Trent and demanded cash.
A grandmother from Hucknall in Nottinghamshire has taken matters into her own hands by using a hairdryer as a fake speed gun. Jean Brooks, 63, began using a hairdryer with the wire cut off after motorists were constantly speeding down the road
If you're a grandmother, offering to babysit you grandkids could actually good for you. New research has found that grandmothers who were involved in childcare scored better in cognitive tests than those who weren't. This video
This a recent snapshot of 64-year-old grandmother and fitspo, Wendy Ida (pronounced ee’da). The grandmother and mum to 41-year-old, Sky, credits her youthful looks to a full-on fitness regime. A photo posted by Wendy Ida (@wendyidafitness) on Mar 7, 2016 at 11:30am PST Wendy first started working out when she was 43, after coming out of an abusive relationship which according to her website left her in “poor shape, bad health and with low self-esteem” Now she puts in one-and-a-half to two hours gym time every day with intense cardio and weight workouts. It happens so often.” A photo posted by Wendy Ida (@wendyidafitness) on Mar 10, 2016 at 10:26am PST Not only has she dropped 80 lbs in the two decades she’s been working out, but Wendy also credits fitness for kick-starting an incredible journey of self-empowerment.
A 12-year-old boy from St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada, was stopped by border police while attempting to cross into the United States in his grandmother's stolen Nissan
The high-profile case of politician Chris Huhne brought to light the crime of falsely attempting to shift the blame for a speeding ticket onto someone else. But, sly though Huhne's misdeeds may have been, at least he wasn't foolish
A Chinese pensioner has made around £1million by running a scam that allowed motorists to get around Beijing's strict traffic laws. For eight years, authorities have limited the number of number plates issued in the capital each year in an