The BBC have an item on unusual things spilled onto Britain's roads.
I'm not sure they should have included the deaths of 1500 chickens in a light-hearted article but never mind.
I thought this picture looked a bit horrific when you look at where the cab of the tanker is:
I guess the emergency services must have done that though given that, in this article, they state that "nobody was seriously injured."
There were a couple of spillages this month that could have made the list.
The first involved the M4 being shut by handwipes and diesel. Maybe they used the forner to mop up the latter.
The second was a milk spill on the M42.
Still, you know what they say...
"No point in crying over spilt milk."