Dog owners who don't clean up after their pets could be caught on video under a Christchurch City Council plan. Already dubbed 'Pooch-cam' and 'Pooh-cam' by New Zealanders, the hidden camera proposal has angered animal welfare groups. The video footage could be used in court to establish the dog had defecated and was the responsibility of the owner. Looking for hot oil treatment? In Japan, you can now get one for your car and your hair, simultaneously. In a mad scramble to add body to rapidly receding profit margins, Japan's petrol stations are trying just about everything these days - from noodle shops to drive- though laundry service. Now there is the 'Hair Station', where car service coupled with a second-floor beauty salon make a bouffant and a battery charge a one- stop shop. A collector in San Francisco has paid US$211,500 (HK$1.64 million) for a Smith & Wesson revolver taken from the famous outlaw Cole Younger after he robbed a Minnesota bank in 1876. The Younger gun, on the market for the first time, was one of the highlights of a sale of historic arms and armour held at Butterfield & Butterfield in San Francisco. A local collector bought the gun, which had a pre-sale estimate of US$50,000 to US$60,000, the auctioneers said. 'Cole Younger is one of the great icons of the American West,' Greg Martin, manager of Butterfield's arms and armour department, said. Damage caused to a famous Rome fountain by three men who dived off part of its 17th-century Bernini sculpture outraged Italians and authorities promised tougher measures against vandalism. The three were arrested after they took a dip in the fountain in the elegant Piazza Navona, snapping off a metre-long piece from the tail of a dragon sculpture by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, witnesses said. Some 250 tourists had been caught bathing in Rome's plethora of fountains in recent months.