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Silly Season: Bizarre Stories You Won't Believe!
A French student has hit the jackpot after bottling fresh air from his hometown in Montcuq, France and selling it over the internet in tins. The 22-year-old has been inundated with offers for his "100% bio" product, which he's selling for £4, with a £4.60 postage fee. However, the young entrepreneur is in on a joke as the town he's from is often mispronounced "mon cul", which translates to English as "my backside". His product 'Air de Montcuq' therefore translates as 'Air of my backside'.