Actress Catherine Zeta-Jones had a nasty shock when she took her Oscar statuette home to New York - because she realised one of her husband's Academy Awards was missing.
The Welsh star was about to place her 2003 Oscar next to the two Michael Douglas stores in a locked cabinet in their New York apartment when she spotted something amiss.
At first, she thought prankster pal George Clooney was playing a cruel trick on her, but she quickly realised that wasn't the case and frantically searched for the missing Oscar, which Douglas won for producing One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
The actress says, "I called Michael on the phone and said, `You'll never guess what's happened - one of your Oscars has been stolen,' and he said, `No, it's on the road.'
"They were showing One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest and doing a debate about it and Oscar was there."
Zeta-Jones admits her husband doesn't flaunt his Oscars in the same way she would if she could.
She adds, "He's very subtle about it. He has them in a cabinet. He has a few awards, my old man. If I could I'd wear mine around my neck like a necklace."
Zeta-Jones' Chicago Oscar now sits on the family's dining table at their home in Bermuda.