This may not be weird enough but I reckon some blue rinses* are on the loose.
What's the male equivalent of "a blue rinse"?
A small village became the unlikely centre of attention after a resident apparently took offence at erotic fiction in its mini-library.
An angry message railing against "pornographic" titles was stuck to the book-swap box in Cornholme, West Yorkshire. It urged people to take their filth to nearby Hedben Bridge, describing the liberal mill town as a "cesspit". Locals there thanked the anonymous author for the free publicity.
A photo of the sign, which defended the "good, God-fearing" folk of Cornholme, was widely shared on Twitter and liked more than 13,000 times. Liz Thorpe, 57, decorated the book box with a stencilled butterfly and flowers design after it was installed about six weeks ago. She found out about the sticker, which has since been removed, when she saw a photo of it on social media.
"I thought it was quite offensive," she said. "I think people's perception of what is pornographic can vary enormously. I don't know why, if they found something they deemed inappropriate, they didn't just take it away. There's no need to put that notice on there."