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  • Breastfeeding Mom Shuts Down Haters With One Photo

    Sitting in a restaurant, surrounded by people, Ashley Kaidel fed her son. The trouble for one fellow diner was that Kaidel was giving her 6-month-old milk from her uncovered breast at her table. 

    Jennifer O'Neill
  • Birthday Cake Fail As Cake Maker Takes Text Message Literally

    A mum who requested the message on her son’s birthday cake ‘should be happy 21st Stefan’ was left speechless when she got exactly that piped on top. 

    Kate Solomon
  • Sinead O’Connor: ‘My Children Are Dead To Me’

    Sinead O’Connor worried everybody on Sunday when she shared a concerning Facebook post that said that she had taken an overdose.

    Stephanie Soteriou
  • Lorraine Kelly shocks viewers with 'sit on your face' comment to Piers Morgan

    TV presenter Lorraine Kelly shocked viewers with a comment she made to Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan as he presented her with a birthday present.

    Press Association
  • Game of Thrones Actor Smashes Keg Throw Record

    Hafþór Björnsson, or The Mountain from Game of Thrones as he’s more commonly known by his fans, holds the title for being the world’s strongest man. On November 28, he attempted another world record, the keg toss, and managed to smash the previous record. He threw a 15kg keg over 24 feet into the air, completely stunning the watching audience. Credit: YouTube/Official Strongman

  • Good Samaritan 'Killed With Broken Wine Bottle'

    A mum-of-two who intervened in a street row was murdered when a man plunged a broken bottle into her neck, a court has heard. Alison Wilson was worried about the safety of a baby whose mother was arguing with Stephen Duggan near a chip shop in Widnes, Cheshire. The 36-year-old witnessed the argument from a taxi with a male friend and thought it would be "less intimidating" if she stepped in, a jury at Liverpool Crown Court was told.

    Sky News
  • Slut-shaming has become a national sport - as Gordon Ramsay's daughters just discovered

    Were these people never teenagers? If they stopped spitting bile on social media for long enough to cast their minds back, they might just remember wearing the odd item of clothing that could have been deemed risqué themselves. They might also recall how vulnerable young women, and men, can be about their appearance. Ramsay’s daughters are 14 (Matilda), 16 (Holly) and 17-years-old (Megan). They should be encouraged to feel good about their changing bodies, have fun with clothes and be confident – not be told they look like ‘prostitutes’ for wearing mini-skirts to a party. With their family. And anyone who thinks a parent ‘lets’ their daughter dress in a certain way has clearly not visited Topshop q
  • Delivery Driver Caught Pretending To Deliver Xbox And Leaving Note In Package Scam

    A delivery driver has been caught on camera pretending to deliver an Xbox to a house before appearing to drive off, keeping the console for himself. CCTV footage outside Paul Kerswill’s home show the Hermes driver walking up to his house empty handed before leaving a note to say he had left the package in a bin next to the property in Hull, East Yorkshire. Mr Kerswill had ordered the £300 Xbox from Amazon in a Black Friday deal as a surprise present for his son, Kurt.

    Yahoo News
  • The Longest Celebrity Relationships (20 photos)

    It seems like this 2015 has been the year of mass break-ups and divorces. So let’s restore our faith in the L word by checking out the long-term loves of celebs who found their happy ever afters.

    Yahoo Celebrity UK
  • Victoria Beckham's shop just got a very famous new sales assistant

    Bet she was “desperate” for the help in the lead up to Christmas…

  • This Picture Shows Exactly What Christmas Party Season In London Is Like

    It’s December so the festive party season can officially get under way - and that means more scenes like this across the capital. Up front is a seemingly sober couple sharing a tender embrace but the sight behind them is more like what you can expect on the London Undergound for the next few weeks. The picture, titled ‘Mind The Gap’ shows a very drunk woman leaning over a barrier while she prepares to be sick all over the platform at Embankment station.

    Andy Wells
  • British tourist urgently in need of medical care stranded in Dubai over £100,000 car hire bill

    But the car company claimed it was excessively damaged and provided a "shopping list" of parts Charles needed to buy to fix the car - including a new engine. The initial repair bill came to almost 220,000 Dirham, around £40,000, but after he was unable to pay the first bill, the total cost has increased to around £100,000. Charles hasn't been able to get detailed information from the garage where the car was allegedly repaired. He had hoped the issue would end up to court - but he hasn't been charged for any crime - so is now stuck, without a passport, in the country. Charles is awaiting urgent surgery on his fractured pelvis that was injured in the balcony fall in 2013 because the metal hardware

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  • Drivers With No Tickets In 3 Years Must Read This

    If you drive less than 50 miles per day, there is a way to pay less for auto insurance that few people realize. Are you overpaying?

  • US Marine Guilty Of Killing Transgender Woman

    A Philippines court convicted Lance Corporal Joseph Scott Pemberton of the homicide of Jennifer Laude, who he strangled and drowned in a toilet bowl in October last year. He had met 26-year-old Ms Laude in a disco bar at a red light district in Olongapo, a city northwest of Manila. The Philippines court also ordered Pemberton to pay Ms Laude's family 4.6m pesos ($98,000) in damages.

    Sky News
  • Schoolgirl found hanging after 'rare allergy to wi-fi made her life a misery'

    Jenny's parents are now campaigning to have wi-fi banned in all schools. Mrs Fry said it got to the stage where Jenny would hide herself away in unused classrooms in the school to work just so she could escape the wi-fi. "As soon as Jenny walked away from a router she felt instantly better. She was aware of what was going on, but nothing could be done. "It's a misunderstood condition and schools are reluctant to do anything because the wi-fi companies have money and tell schools it is safe." Simon Duffy, headteacher at Chipping Norton School, which Jenny attended, said the safety of students was paramount. He added: "Jenny's safety at school was just as important as anyone else's. "Just like

    ITV News q
  • Mysterious Glinting ‘Alien’ Dome Is Seen On Mars

    Is this proof of an ancient alien civilisation?

    Rob Waugh
  • I'm A Celebrity 2015: The latest star voted out cried tears of joy and slammed Lady C

    What did the next contestant to leave I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! have to say to presenters Ant and Dec?

  • Seeking: Mature Boyfriend

    Thousands of singles near you - find them here!

  • Muslim Woman Punched In The Face In Birmingham For Wearing A Hijab

    The 18-year-old (not pictured above) was walking along New Street in Birmingham when she was approached by a man in a grey hoodie who punched her in the face. The woman, Ms Choudhury, who didn’t want to give her full name, told the Birmingham Mail that the attacker showed no interest in her belongings, leading her to believe she was punched for wearing a hijab scarf on her head.

    Ross McG
  • This little girl from the Toy Show received a lot of abuse online after her appearance

    Lara Reddy’s dad has spoken out about the response his daughter received online.
  • Hong Kong: Pole Dance World Title goes to Finland

    Finland's Oona Kivela took pole position at the International Pole Dancing Championships in Hong Kong on Friday 27 November. Pole dancing champions from more than 10 countries competed in several categories. Kivela said the stigma associated with pole dancing was not that prevalent anymore. "There is still so much exotic pole around. And I understand, how can people not know, when let's say, a stripper and an exotic pole-dancer could style-wise look extremely the same. Or tempting, with the high heels and whatever. There are so many genres I can't keep up. But we have this style. And I don't think the pole necessarily defines the style at all. I think the dancers do," she said. Australian Deb Roach, who was born with one arm, won the 'disabled' category in the championships. The pole dance artist, circus performer, and fitness instructor said there was a big community of disabled people she wanted to represent. "These guys are incredible. Just to share the stage with them is such an honour for me. And being surrounded by this greatness. By the highest level in this sport and art form is what inspires me and motivates me and pushes me to up my game and push my body to do what most people would consider to be impossible. And what I used to think was impossible," said Roach. Australian candidate Kristy Sellars won performer of the year and top prize for artistry for a Sherlock Holmes-inspired routine. A rookie Russian duo, Evgeny Greshilov and Kira Noire, won best couples routine, despite it being their first time performing together in a competition. Competitors from countries including Argentina, Australia, Finland, Japan, UK and USA were in competition for 11 world titles in five divisions: Mens, Womens, Doubles, Disabled and Masters. The International Pole Dancing Championships was founded in 2008 by Ania Pzeplasko, who is lobbying for Pole Dance Fitness to be recognised as a sport by the Olympic committee.

    International Business Times