TODDLER Aldi Rizal stunned the world when it was revealed he had a 40-a-day smoking habit at just TWO-YEARS-OLD. The youngster was discovered in a poor village in Sumatra, Indonesia, puffing on a cigarette while riding his trike. Now five-years-old, the cheeky schoolboy has kicked the habit. But he's picked up a new addiction -- to food. His huge appetite has seen him gorge on junk food and fatty snacks - including three cans of condensed milk a day. Today he weighs nearly four stone, double what he should be for a child his age, and medics have urged his mother, Diane, 28, to put her son on a diet.
This Christmas UK-based charity SPANA (Society for the Protection of Animals Abroad) has funded Botswana's Maun Animal Welfare Society (MAWS) to attach 1000 reflectors to donkeys' ears in rural villages.