Police have stopped a motorist for driving a car with a front tyre missing. The Peugeot was also missing the front panel on the driver's side and leads appeared to be dangling on to the road. Officers stopped the 2001-registered car on a Pembrokeshire road on Thursday evening. Dyfed-Powys Police said it had no insurance and its MOT ran out in July 2016. A tweet by the Pembrokeshire Roads Policing Unit said the driver passed their test last November.
A wedding venue on the Gower Peninsula has apologised for advertising for staff who are "slightly OCD". Fairyhill in Reynoldston tweeted images of misaligned cutlery and crumpled napkins, with the heading "Slightly OCD? Then we'd like to hear from you". It sparked angry responses from people living with the condition, including one from Ashley Fulwood, chief executive of charity OCD-UK. The venue, near Swansea, has "sincerely apologised" for the social media post. Fairyhill - which describes itself as "where luxury meets magic" - have since deleted the tweet and reworded the advert on their website.