Wednesday, 31 October 2012

There's a lion in the lounge and he's just pounced on the guests: At home with the woman who rescues big cats and treats them as pets

Most people would be terrified to find a lion snoozing in their bed.

But for guest house owner Annel Snyman, snuggling up to Timba the white lion cub in her home is part of her daily routine - just like walking the dog.   Source

Shocking moment mother leaves her baby in pram to kick and stamp on total stranger in race attack in front of other families

This is the shocking moment a mother left her baby in its pram and made a vicious racist attack on a total stranger.

Serial thug Amanda Lowe, 26, was only yards away from her daughters, aged four months and eight years, when she shouted abuse at a passer-by.   Source

Shivering Simba: German Shepherd goes to grooming salon for a wash and brush up and emerges with his coat shaved off

An animal lover was left horrified when she picked her dog up from a grooming salon to find that staff had shaved off all of its fur.

Snieguole Ghuman, 50, only dropped off her German Shepherd Simba at the canine beauty parlour for a wash and brush to remove some matted fur.    Source

That's some serious cleavage! Nicki Minaj nearly spills out of her bejewelled bra as she leaves hotel in skimpy ensemble

On Monday night she was drawing attention to her voluptuous derriere with a frilled tutu skirt. 

But just two days later Nicki Minaj was showing off her other curves in a barely there bra-let top.      Source

Widow killed by dog pack: Daughter's five pets pounce on 71-year-old as she calls in to feed them

A great-grandmother was mauled to death by a pack of dogs she was feeding as a favour for her daughter.

The five animals pounced on Gloria Knowles, 71, after she went into the garden to give them their evening meal.   Source

Holly unzipped: Miss Willoughby looks frightening in her Halloween costume as she leads celebs in scary attire at Jonathan Ross's annual bash

She's always immaculately dressed whether she's presenting This Morning or appearing on Celebrity Juice.

But it seems Holly Willoughby just couldn't wait to let loose a little and have fun with her outfit.     Source

Monday, 23 July 2012

James Holmes, Aurora Shooting Suspect, Used Internet For Arsenal

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DENVER — In a world where Amazon can track your next book purchase and you must register to buy allergy medicine, James Holmes spent months stockpiling thousands of bullets and head-to-toe ballistic gear without raising any red flags with authorities.

The suspect in the mass theater shooting availed himself of an unregulated online marketplace that allows consumers to acquire some of the tools of modern warfare as if they were pieces of a new wardrobe.

 The Internet is awash in sites ranging from, which this weekend listed a sale on a thousand rifle rounds for $335, to eBay, where bidding on one armored special forces helmet has risen to $799.

"We're different than other cultures," said Dudley Brown, executive director of Rocky Mountain Gun Owners, which advocates for firearms owners' rights. "We do allow Americans to possess the accoutrements that our military generally has."       Read Here

Friday, 6 July 2012

Just another way for them to show off! Latest craze 'celebrity body surfing' sees celebs tweet photos of their legs and torsos

They love to post pictures of their children and keep followers up to date with their schedule, but now celebrities have taken to doing something more revealing on Twitter.

'Celebrity body surfing' is the latest craze to sweep the internet and involves various famous faces sharing photos of their bare legs and torsos.

It is debatable whether or not the photos are being taken to show off their bodies, or simply if it is just another way for the celebrities to keep their fans updated and interested but either way it's a trend that's catching on.           Read Here

Now can he finish the job? Andy books place in history with nail-biting victory to become first Briton to play a Wimbledon final for 74 years

Oh, the ecstasy. Andy Murray has done it. Finally. At last.

He stormed into the Wimbledon final for the first time yesterday amid scenes of wild jubilation.

The nation has waited 74 years for a British finalist in the men’s singles – and now we must wait again to see if he can beat Roger Federer tomorrow.

Murray shed tears of joy after winning a nail-biting semi-final that left fans on the edge of their seats. 

On Centre Court – all too often the graveyard of his and other British players’ ambitions – he wrote himself into the history books by beating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in four sets.             More Read

Thursday, 5 July 2012

Pictured: The RAF warplane pilot killed and his two colleagues missing presumed dead after jets crashed in mid-air collision while 'flying through thick fog'

The three Tornado jet crew lost in a crash in the Moray Firth this week were named for the first time today as Defence Secretary Philip Hammond today paid tribute to the pilots.

Mr Hammond said Flight Lieutenant Hywel Poole had been killed, and Squadron Leader Samuel Bailey and Flight Lieutenant Adam Sanders were still missing presumed dead.

'My thoughts - and, I am sure, those of the entire House - are with their loved ones at this difficult time, and with the fourth member of the squadron involved in the incident, who is currently in a serious but stable condition in hospital,' he told MPs.

The fatal mid-air crash off the north-east coast of Scotland between the two RAF Tornados may have been caused by fog, it was claimed earlier this week.       More

British ex-plumber is attacked by six men in Las Vegas... just hours after winning £6.5m in poker tournament

A British poker champion was attacked in the early hours of this morning just hours after winning $10million in a Las Vegas tournament.

Sam Trickett, 26, was leaving a club with a female friend when six men assaulted the pair.

The former plumber, from Retford, Nottinghamshire, was left with a cut face and covered in bruises while his companion, Natasha Sandhu, was spat on. Nothing was believed to have been stolen.

The incident came just hours after Mr Trickett, whose nickname is 'Tricky', was runner-up in the Big One For One Drop poker tournament in Sin City.              Full Read

The terrifying moment a toddler came within inches of death as he played on 100ft-high balcony ledge 'while his mother slept inside'

A toddler came within inches of plummeting 100 feet to his death after climbing on to a high-rise flat balcony as his mother slept inside. 

Dramatic footage showed the two-year-old crawling along, and sitting on, the balcony's ledge eight storeys up, while horrified passers-by looked on.

One terrified onlooker was so concerned that she filmed the boy nonchalantly peering down and dangling his legs over the drop.            More Read

Monday, 25 June 2012

That's one way to stay so slim! Victoria Silvstedt shows off her bikini body... as well as her dance moves during yacht trip

She's known for her toned body and immaculate physique.

And now Victoria Silvstedt has given an insight into how she keeps herself in such good shape.

The Swedish model was spotted enjoying herself aboard a yacht off the coast of Monaco and let herself go as she showed off her dance moves.

Victoria, 37, stripped to just a small string bikini as she lapped up the sun in the company of her brother Daniel and friends.

And while everyone else lay on the floor to soak up the rays, Silvstedt stood up and became centre of attention.           More

Wet 'n' wild: TOWIE sisters Sam and Billie Faiers get a soaking at hedonistic Las Vegas pool party

Since arriving in Las Vegas a few days ago, Sam and Billie Faiers have been hitting the city's nightclubs with abandon.

But yesterday, The Only Way Is Essex co-stars decided to turn their nocturnal revelry into daytime as they attended a pool party.

The blonde siblings and their group of girlfriends joined hundreds of revellers at the 'Rehab' party at the Hark Rock Hotel & Casino on Sunday afternoon.         Read Full

The breast restaurant guide: How waitresses offering dinner and a tacky 'view' are keeping U.S. diners alive in the recession

The waitresses at Twin Peaks wear skimpy plaid tops that accentuate their chests.
In case you didn't catch the joke, the chain's logo is an image of two pointy, 

snow-capped mountains. And the sports bar doesn't stop there: It promises 'scenic views.'

Twin Peaks owner Randy DeWitt downplays all of that and insists that the appeal of the restaurant goes beyond the obvious. Hearty meals and a focus on making customers feel special, he says, are what really keeps them coming back.     More Read

Wednesday, 20 June 2012

Is this the world's weirdest beach? Crystal-clear saltwater, golden sand and even waves... yet it's in the middle of a meadow

Tucked away in a lush green meadow, this is quite possibly the weirdest beach you're ever likely to see.

Gulpiyuri beach is an extraordinary stretch of shoreline near the town of Llanes in northern Spain, which boasts stunning crystal-clear salt waters that are even fully tidal.

Incredibly there are even waves lapping up against the 40m stretch of golden sand making the whole experience even more magical so it's almost impossible to resist taking a dip, although the temperatures can be rather cold.        Full Read

Father and son arrested in case of teen mum who vanished 21 years ago as police tear up their garden in hunt for body

A father and son were today arrested by police  investigating the disappearance of teenager Nicola Payne in Coventry 21 years ago.

Officers confirmed they had arrested two men aged 74 and 45 on suspicion of conspiracy to prevent the lawful and decent burial of a body - the pair were named locally as Patrick Judge, 74, and eldest son Keith, 45.

The development came as police expanded their search to the back garden of the semi-detached property in the Wood End area of the city.

Officers used x-ray equipment to search the house where the younger man is believed to have lived with his disabled father.

The property is just around the corner from parkland where a major search was launched yesterday after a tip-off that Miss Payne could be buried in scrubland.       More

Hope the Ascot Fashion Police had their blinkers on! Strip club girls arrive at royal course in skintight blue catsuits they made themselves (but they're not let in)

If the Queen had chanced to glance across the parade ground as she entered in her Royal carriage this afternoon, she would have been met by a most unlikely sight. 

A group of six deeply tanned women were spotted at the entrance of the royal race course, posing for photographs wearing skintight blue all-in-ones that looked for all the world like futuristic smurf suits. 

If that wasn't enough to make the Queen blanch, the sextet were handing fliers and stickers to local strip club Tantric Blue to bemused racegoers as they entered the grounds. 

Thankfully for the delicate constitution of the more genteel guests (but no doubt to the disappointment of others), the lycra-clad women were quickly dispatched by officials who disapproved of the scantily clad women promoting the so-called gentleman's club outside the event.             More Read