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  • Cheeky kid asks man to buy him 10 Richmond - how he responded was genius

    When a cheeky kid asked a male shopper to buy him 10 Richmond - he responded in the best way possible. The man, Stanley Kaye, who posted the details of the incident on Facebook, was annoyed at the 'cheek' of an underage smoker outside a Tesco store. Little 14-year-old nugget outside Tesco asked me to get him 10 Richmond, handed me a load of 20ps and 10ps.

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  • Happy birthday, Cheryl! You'll never guess what her hubby did for her...

    It’s official: Cheryl Fernandez-Versini may just be the luckiest girl in the world. It seems her husband, Jean-Bernard, may just be, well, the perfect husband. Today is Chezza’s 32nd birthday and he’s only gone and whisked her off to Italy, yes, Italy, for a romantic dinner.

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  • 11-Year-Old Schoolgirl Breaks Up With Boyfriend In The Most Epic Way

    Breaking up with someone who cheated on you is always hard but this 11-year-old schoolgirl threw some serious shade at her former boyfriend. After telling him that she gave him two warnings about his ways in the past, she then tells him to not talk to her in middle school and that she never loved him.

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  • Honeymoon is over for Greek couple who went penniless in NYC

    Newlyweds Valasia Limnioti and Konstantinos Patronis' long-planned "dream trip" to the U.S. ended in New York City, where their three-week honeymoon quickly turned into a nightmare: Their Greek-issued credit and debit cards were suddenly declined and they were left penniless. The couple skipped a few meals before spending their last dollars on dinner at McDonald's. Strangers from two Greek Orthodox churches in the city's Queens borough came to the rescue, giving them survival cash until their flight home to Greece on Friday. In Greece, they generally pay in cash, which is preferred by businesses, but they were told to have cards for the U.S.

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  • Euro Papers: Manchester United slash De Gea asking price to just £25 million

    Real Madid once more get their man, as United have been forced to drop De Gea’s asking price by £10 million, while Paul Pogba is staying in Turin - for now.

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  • Strictly 2015: Why won't Aliona Vilani dance with Brendan Cole?

    Strictly Come Dancing stars Brendan Cole and Aliona Vilani have reportedly fallen out following a legal battle over a photo. The newspaper said Kiwi Brendan was forced to pay a sizeable fee to the Russian dancer to settle her case of using her image without license out of court. Aliona – who won Strictly in 2011 with McBusted’s Harry Judd – appeared with Brendan in his Licence To Thrill tours in 2013 and 2014.

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  • Top Scientist Claims Aliens ARE Real And They Look Like Humans

    If you had any doubt in the existence of aliens then you can now be sure - they are definitely real and they even look just like us. In fact, he thinks it’s surprising that we haven’t already discovered human-like beings, given the amount of Earth-like planets that have already been detected.

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  • Football - Referees in unwanted spotlight ahead of World Cup final

    Both the United States and Japan reached the championship match with help from arguable calls in their semi-finals that have put into question the overall caliber of officiating. All World Cup matches staged at six venues across Canada have been officiated by women and FIFA said it has no plans to bring in more experienced male officials for crucial matches. "Right now not at all," Tatjana Haenni, FIFA's head of women's competitions, said when asked about the possibility of using both male and female officials.

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  • This Secret iPhone Menu Shows All The Places You Frequently Visit

    Important: there's a privacy setting on your iPhone that if not turned off, shows a map with dates and times of your frequent locations, including your home. An alarming ‘secret’ menu on iPhone which shows all the places you frequently visit has been highlighted in a Facebook video this week. The menu stores information generated by iPhone’s location systems - and is buried deep within your iPhone’s menu.

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  • Murder victim's home a 'bombsite'

    The trial of two girls aged 14 and 15 accused of murdering a six-and-a-half stone woman in her home has heard the first paramedic to arrive said the scene was like a "bombsite". Victim Angela Wrightson, 39, had suffered more than 100 separate injuries and died from either concussion, blood loss of a mixture of both, Teesside Crown Court was told. "Both she and a colleague described the scene as something akin to a bombsite," the Crown said.

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  • Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner's divorce and other celebrity splits of 2015

    It’s the rumour we were hoping wasn’t true, but Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner have confirmed that they are headed for Celebrity Splitsville. David and Lara have a son together and were said to be devastated that they couldn’t make their five-year marriage work.

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  • Yet Another Ride Breaks Down At Alton Towers As Air Rollercoaster Leaves Thrillseekers Dangling

    Alton Towers has been hit with yet another ride malfunction after the Air rollercoaster left people hanging upside down in the blistering heat. Thrillseekers were trapped on the ride on the hottest day of the year as they waited for rescue from inside the carriages.

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  • The case for Greece: when it forgave Germany's debt

    The International Monetary Fund certainly thinks so, according to a new report in which it argues Greece should get help. After the hell of World War II, the Federal Republic of Germany — commonly known as West Germany — got massive help with its debt from former foes. The 1953 agreement, in which Greece and about 20 other countries effectively wrote off a large chunk of Germany's loans and restructured the rest, is a landmark case that shows how effective debt relief can be.

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  • I’m appealing over immigration fine

    Lawrence Bourne, co-owner of Wickford-based L and R Transport Services, was driving day trip customers back from a Calais hypermarket when he was targeted by the desperate men. Mr Bourne, 64, from Basildon, said: “There was a massive group at the zebra crossing and it took them ages to get across, which I did think was strange. Mr Bourne and his passengers were held for three and a half hours by the UK Border Agency before they were allowed home. This meant Mr Bourne had, technically, brought the men into the UK and breached immigration laws.

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  • Boy chained up with dead chicken around neck tells his story

    The abuse ended in November 2013 after police discovered the boy in handcuffs, chained to the front porch of the house with a dead chicken hung around his neck. Three months after Wanda Sue Larson and her boyfriend Dorian Harper were sentenced, the boy is telling his story. Larson was released from prison in April, just nine days after pleading guilty to child abuse charges.

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  • In pics: Dozens killed as military plane crashes in Indonesian village of Medan (15 photos)

    A military plane has crashed into houses and hotels in the city of Medan in Indonesia, killing dozens of people. Local television showed black smoke and flames billowing from a residential neighbourhood. Red Cross worker Eko Triandi, who was helping

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  • Watch: Young Girl Standing Up To Homophobic Preacher Is Everything

    After the U.S. Supreme Court legalised gay marriage last week, it was depressingly inevitable that there would be protests.But this little girl stood defiant in the face of some particuarly nasty homophobic ranting in the street during ComFest in Columbus

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  • We can't print drachmas, says Greece's finance minister

    With speculation swirling that Greece might be forced out of the euro and have to print its own money after a weekend referendum, its finance minister on Thursday said the country no longer had the presses to make drachmas. "We don't have the capacity," Yanis Varoufakis told Australian public radio network ABC (Taiwan OTC: 1780.TWO - news) . In 2000, the year before Greece joined the eurozone, "one of the things we had to do was get rid of all our printing presses" as part of the bloc's assertion that "this monetary union is irreversible," he said.

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  • Watt tells of daughter's pain

    Boxing legend Jim Watt has described his TV presenter daughter Michelle as "the most wonderful girl in the world" following her death last week at the age of 38. The grieving father - whose son died in a car crash 20 years ago - told how constant pain following a spinal operation plunged his daughter into a depression and drove her to take her own life. Former 60 Minute Makeover host Michelle Watt was found dead at her home in Airth, near Falkirk .

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  • Kingfisher Bites Off More Than He Can Chew With Ferocious Snake

    The plucky bird tried its luck by diving into the water to grab the snake - but the serpent fought back and grabbed the bird around the neck. A battle between the two then took place - and photographer Nitin Jain caught the whole thing on camera. The minute-long battle between the pair shows the snake, which Nitin believes to be a keelback, thrashing out of the water, grabbing the bird round the neck and pulling it under the water multiple times.

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