Police constable didn't realise suspicious bright light was the moon
A police officer out on night patrol in England during last month's blue moon spotted a "suspicious bright light" shining from behind scenic peaks in the rural county of Worcestershire, and radioed his sergeant to let him know he was off to investigate. Twenty minutes later the unnamed constable checked back in to reveal the source of the sinister light: the moon. In the constable's defense, the hills are an outdoor sex hotspot, and he reportedly mistook the moon for the headlights of a passionate couple's car. Although that probably won't stop his co-workers making fun of him.