In Coming Up corner we have been known to suffer from jittery hands.
Often times it is merely because we are musical sorts and are tapping out a tune.
Only infrequently have such jitters occurred while we are in a state of undress and in full view of the street.
In Wednesday’s Courier meet the ukuele player who had been accused of carrying out a sex act at his window.
He was cleared after saying he may merely have been “tapping out at a tune” as he was getting changed.
“My hands are always jittering about”, he explained.
Glad that’s all sorted out.
Don’t miss the full story in Wednesday’s Courier.
In other news, it’s been a bit blowy, not to mention a tad snowy.
Tuesday’s inclement weather caused chaos across Courier Country and there could yet be more to come.
We look BACK at what has happened and FORWARD to the horrors that might yet unfold.
Thus encapsulating all the very latest. Clever, that.
Meanwhile, a bunch of bird boffins have made a beezer of a breakthrough.
The experts, from Dundee, have found a way to lift finger prints from both feathers and eggs.
Which is set to give wildlife criminals the bird.
In other news, we investigate plans to adopt the Flower of Scotland as our official national anthem.
Good idea? Or should we pipe up for another option?
We find out more.
There are a number of quality stories contained within the revered pages of Wednesday’s Courier. If you miss it, there is a very real likelihood you will end up being jolly disappointed. Which would be a shame. Please do pick up your copy. Failing that, why not try our digital edition?