A giant headless cat has been found on a Cornish beach.
The cat travelled to Cornwall by helicopter. Its excessive size meant that it was decapitated when it stepped out of the chopper.
Experts do not understand how it then ended up on a beach near Marazion.
"We are baffled," said a spokesperson for the National Centre of Experts. "Giant cats keep themselves to themselves. Why it came to Cornwall in the first place is a mystery. How it got to the beach is also a mystery." He added: "It is an enigma."
Asked what Cornwall Council intended to do about the cat, a spokesperson said: "Recent task-orientated analysis of stakeholder-led focus groups in plenary sessions, applying a total quality management mission statement, have shown that a policy of non-engagement is best and saves much needed money. We therefore intend to do nothing at all. This policy is serving us very well with regard to Newlyn Green."