For this last week in July we cover the story of Serge Benhayon's medical treatments through Universal Medicine that looks to becoming a cult. Brighton and Hove's council who have spent £18,000 ($28,316) on each of 8 power points that are rarely used now have an electric car on loan for the mayor's use which they say is saving their tax payers money, even though he was stranded and had to spend £70 ($110) on a taxi to reach his next engagement. In Cambodia a magic log is drawing thousands of people to visit the village of Prey Yeang in the hope that it will help them win the lottery to those seeking a cure for a range of illnesses. Urban knitters have had their work taken down in Paignton in Devon with Torbay Council apologising to residents. Chinese police in the Shandong province take over 40 minutes to rescue a woman from drowning only to find it was a sex doll.