If Choas Engine concerts start featuring lots of orange plastic, we'll know for sure.
A dubious bloke if ever there was one. You don't know of him hoarding road-cones, do you?
They're only missing 40. It's almost plausible for one person to have them all.

Since I found out about this tradition in cooking school last year I've wanted to participate.

Maybe the goths in the photo figured it was something like being in a mosh pit? Yeah, you might get hurt, but c'mon, cheese rolling for heavens' sakes. :)
Teenager Chris Anderson, a window fitter from Brockworth, suffered a sprained ankle as he claimed first prize in one of the four races.

Chris, 17, was taken to hospital with his prize cheese clasped to his chest.

As he left on a stretcher he said: “The pain was worth it, I went over on my ankle right at the top of the hill.

“This cheese is going straight in a cupboard when I get home. It’s definitely not for eating.”

Kiwi Dione Carter won the woman’s event for the second year running.

Dione, a nanny from Auckland, New Zealand tumbled headfirst over the finishing line to claim her prize.

The 25-year-old wiped blood from her knees and arms several minutes after completing the race.

She said: “This was a lot tougher than last year. I had a few nasty tumbles.

“It just seems sheer luck if you win but despite how it looks it is great fun.”

Jason Crowther, 23, from Pembrokeshire and Aaron Walden, 18, from Gloucester won the other two races.
Thank you. He'll change his mind about not eating it, mind. Next time he gets back from the pub it'll be straight on toast.
I believe that photo was from Cheeserolling 2000 (or maybe 1999?). I was definitely there (as anyone who saw my karaoke Black Sabbath feat the previous night can vouch for) but I'm buggered if I can remember what year it was...