Readers can expect more stories about people peeing in bus stops when comedian, actor and broadcaster Toby Foster is guest editor of the Chronicle next week.
The cheeky BBC Radio Sheffield breakfast show presenter, 44, is stepping into the (big) boots of editor Andrew Harrod from Monday to take the helm of Yorkshire's best-selling weekly newspaper.
"I'm looking forward to it even though I'm not sure what we are going to do. I like stories that are funny, like the ones about people weeing in bus stops," said Toby.
"I'm told I'll be something like the sixth editor since the Second World War - and they were all a hearty bunch of men."
Toby is right, he will be the sixth man to take charge following editors Ronald Yates (1945-1969), Anthony Galvin (1969-1985), Don Booker (1985-1994), Robert Cockroft (1994-2011) and Andrew Harrod (2011-present).
Luckily he is no stranger to the media world - he's been entertaining listeners every weekday on BBC Radio Sheffield with a breakfast show for almost a decade.
"I'm a big fan of the Chronicle and I've always read it and we talk about it a lot on the radio. We're going to be doing the show live from the Chronicle on the Friday too."
So what is he looking forward to the most?
"I like the idea of being in the editor's office and the position of power - you don't get that at the BBC," he joked.
"Also, I want to see if I can unmask the real man behind Ferret."