A cow is living on top of a ten storey building in Santiago in a work of performance art.
It was kidnapped on its way to a slaughter house by a group of artists who won't reveal their names.
The cow was lifted by crane on to the top of the building in the Chilean capital, reports Las Ultimas Noticias.
It will live on the 1,500sq ft rooftop, which has been remodelled as a farm, for a week.
The cow will be cared for and milked daily during the week and afterwards the artists plan to release it on a nature reserve.
A spokesperson for the group said: "We want to question the limits of the art creation. People think art is only what is in the galleries but that is not true."
Every time Carol Infalt's phone rings, she's not sure if it's going to be condolences for her deceased skunk or a joke about her husband's formerly private parts.
She's been getting a lot of both since Ozzie the pet skunk paid the ultimate price for biting Dan Infalt's penis.
I think it's a Freudian typo, but in an e-mail to my newspaper Carol said, "This is when the hole disaster starts."
While the embarrassing news crackled over the emergency scanner, Dan was rushed to Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital last week.
At that same moment, Department of Natural Resources warden David Walz was heading for the Infalts' Jefferson County home to take Ozzie into custody. The animal quickly was euthanized so it could be tested for rabies, which has stirred up the skunk-loving community.
25kg of kangaroo manure makes 400 sheets of paper
"It's a great product for tourists, but it's also something that gets our eco-friendly message home to a lot of people," said Joanne Gair, manager of Creative Paper Tasmania.Australian experience - paper made from kangaroo manure.
I call this archive of stupidities... in "None of the Above" Style