MichaelBluejay - 7:32 pm on Sep 22, 2012 (gmt 0)
I'm sorry, I left out one crucial detail:
If I type my domain name into my browser's address bar, I go to my site just fine. If I click my listing in the U.S. Google SERPs, I go to my site just fine. It's only when I click the weird listing of my site in the Google UK serps that the redirect happens.
My site has not been hacked. My .htaccess hasn't changed in four years (and I just double-checked its contents to make sure). My home page hasn't changed in months (reconfirmed). This isn't a malware issue. I have zero history or evidence of malware on my computer, and the reporter in the U.K. is having the exact same issue. I'm not using Wordpress or any other off-the-shelf software. My site isn't dynamic, no databases, etc.
The issue is clearly not on my end. There's something weird going on in the Google UK SERPs. The U.K. reporter is clearly onto something.