The first flight by a commercial airline to be powered partly by bio-fuel is being linked to the purchase of Scotland's top chip shop.
Richard Branson's Virgin group have bought Ansrtuther's famous fry palace in a marketing stunt gone wrong. Greasy governor of battered, artery blocking confectionery, Fyffe Nook, was aiming to pull another celebrity into his chipper by asking Mr Branson in for a supper.
Never one to miss a takeover opportunity, Ricky B. had been thinking of using recycled veg oil to power his Virgin trains, planes and photocopying machines.
Used frying oil is now flowing through the pipes of a Virgin Boeing 747 high above the Atlantic.
The Fife chippy is now branded as "Virgin and Chips"