A manager at a branch of McDonald’s has been jailed after he humiliated a woman by pulling her trousers down in front of shocked customers. Stuart Hubbard sneaked up behind the woman while the branch in Nottingham was open at 1am on February 18 and exposed her buttocks. Hubbard was initially suspended before being moved to another branch with a final warning but he was later arrested.
Veronica Panarello throttled her son Loris Stival to death with electrical cables and abandoned his body in a remote gully in Santa Croce, Sicily. When Panarello confessed that her son had been killed, she blamed her husband’s father Andrea Stival. Panarello was found guilty of the boy’s murder and of concealing a body and jailed for 30 years.
The piece of metallic aluminium is estimated to be around 250,000 years old - a long time before mankind ever started producing it. Tests showed that the object is made of 12 metals, 90% aluminium, and it was dated by Romanian officials as being 250,000 years old.
Donald Trump is presidential and successful. By the time the 16th caller reaches the air, Rick Roberts' show has reached an impassioned crescendo of anger and lamentation. Roberts, WBAP's bearded, rodeo-roping, husky-voiced host, has heard enough.
Ivanka, Eric, and Donald Jr. are regularly cited as proof that candidate Trump is capable of greatness. But shouldn't their mother get some of the credit? From Town & Country
This dramatic video from certified rescue diver Katie Yonker was filmed while she was in the bottom part of the cage when a great white shark swam between the bars of the top part of the cage and began to thrash. After about a minute of thrashing, Katie turned on her GoPro and was able to capture the last few seconds before the cage got to the surface as another giant shark swam nearby. The events are described in this blog Credit: Katie Yonker
A Winnipeg mother says her 23-year-old daughter died from drinking too much water after she used the illicit drug MDMA.
This three-year-old girl was told she could choose her own outfit for her school photo - and she chose brilliantly. Kaylieann Steinbach could have picked from a whole range of options that her mum and dad picked out for her for the shoot.
The Late Late Show With James Corden started off great on Tuesday, with guests Shia LaBeouf and others holding hands. But then the studio lights crashed.
A statue of baby Jesus got a facelift after it was vandalized in northern Ontario — and the result is turning heads. Anne des Pins parish in Sudbury, Ont., says the statue, which was beheaded by unknown vandals a year ago, was recently fitted with a temporary clay head crafted by a local artist. The church's priest, Gerard Lajeunesse, says the clash between the orange clay of the head and the white stone of the body is what's most jarring to onlookers.
For one mother of a child with autism, the arrival of her son’s new service dog brought profound joy and relief. In a post published on Oct. 18 on the show’s Facebook page, the mother in question can be seen crying with her hand to her face as her son leans casually against the sleeping dog named Tornado.
An Ottawa father is accusing the Canada Revenue Agency of jumping to outdated conclusions when it automatically decided his common-law wife should receive the child benefits for his two sons from a previous relationship. Jason Beaudoin says CRA has assumed his live-in partner is the boys' primary caregiver, because the agency told him he needs her permission in order to have the Canada child benefit payments made out to him instead. "Frankly it made me a bit angry," said Beaudoin.
It was a wonderful moment on Live on Thursday when Matt LeBlanc came from backstage to surprise Dakota Fanning. LeBlanc and Fanning had worked together in 2004 when she appeared in an episode of the final season of Friends. Host Kelly Ripa asked Fanning about her appearance on the sitcom and if she’d met LeBlanc backstage. When she said she hadn’t, LeBlanc came out, and Fanning’s genuine surprise made it obvious this was not a planned moment.
Homeowners on the Miller Walk cul-de-sac in Bathampton, Somerset, have been embroiled in a bitter planning row with neighbour Valerie Vivian that has lasted an astonishing 20 years. In a desperate bid to prevent the picturesque lawn being destroyed, Mrs Vivian’s neighbours dialled 999 and four officers turned up to calm the commotion. Former Conservative councillor and RAF pilot Terry Gazzard, 72, who has lived in Miller Walk for four years with his wife Gill, 70, said he and other residents pleaded with Mrs Vivian to stop the work as soon as they saw what was happening.
Bobby Hull chose not to attend his induction into the Winnipeg Jets Hall of Fame this week, in which he and his “Hot Line” linemates Anders Hedberg and Ulf Nilsson were its first honored members. He made this decision because he knew – like we knew, like the Winnipeg Jets knew – that there’s no longer any separating the personal from the professional with Bobby Hull.
Parks Canada has announced now that it is fully responsible for the Glacier Park Lodge in Rogers Pass, B.C., it will be tearing down the 54-year-old structure because of deterioration in the four years since it was last open. Located in the heart of Glacier National Park, it was the only stop for food or fuel in the 150 kilometres between the B.C. towns of Revelstoke and Golden. "Parks Canada manages one of the finest and most extensive systems of protected natural and cultural heritage areas in the world, and Rogers Pass is among these treasures," they wrote.
A kitten who was rejected for adoption because people thought he was too ugly has finally found love in a new home. Ginger cat Romeo was born with a deformity that meant his eyes were a little different to other felines.
Rachel McAdams and Ellen DeGeneres got sidetracked when talking about McAdams’s new movie, Doctor Strange, particularly regarding co-star Benedict Cumberbatch.
Art Charbonneau still remembers the car ride to meet his future son-in-law. Twenty years ago, Art Charbonneau and Guy Heywood were the main players in another B.C. education drama — not unlike the one this week between Mike Bernier and the Vancouver School Board. The B.C. NDP was in power, and Charbonneau fired the entire North Vancouver School Board for not balancing its budget.
A young boy is apparently being forced to miss school because a rare condition on his feet means he poses a health and safety risk. Spencer Kristianson, six, suffers from Klippel-Trenaunay syndrome, a condition that causes his feet to grow at different speeds. As a result, he need expensive orthotic shoes that cost £300 a pair - something his mother Amber, from Castleford, West Yorkshire, would have to replace every three months.
The brutal and genocidal ruler of the Mongol Empire, Genghis Khan, died in 1227 in mysterious circumstances. Some say he was killed in action, others suggest Khan - the head of the one of the biggest empires in history - simply died after a short illness. The mystery is all down to Khan himself - he specifically asked to be buried without any markings or sign that it was his grave, and asked for six cats to be buried ALIVE with him so that their purring would help guide him to the afterlife.
Lincolnshire Rape Crisis launched a campaign to help girls escape unsuccessful dates without feeling worried, asking anyone who’s feeling unsafe to go to the bar and “ask for Angela”. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
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