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British man 'accidentally killed his wife in sex game'

Warren Lyttle (left), 52, was arrested in January last year after 'confessing' to killing wife Lisa Jane (centre), 49, at his home in Costa de la Calma, a short drive from the Majorcan holiday resort of Magaluf (top right, bottom right). He said the mother-of-one, from Kilburn, north London, choked to death during a sado-masochistic role-play she proposed. But it quickly emerged that investigators were probing the theory the killing was premeditated. State prosecutors in Spain confirmed they were treating Mrs Lyttle's death as murder in an indictment drafted earlier this year and will on Monday call for Lyttle to be jailed for 20 years.

Gang member who shot Rhys Jones confesses to murder

The teenage gang member jailed for shooting dead schoolboy Rhys Jones (bottom right) in a crime that shocked the nation has sensationally opened up about the killing, saying: 'It kills me inside. I didn't know the little lad had been hit, I didn't see him.' Sean Mercer (top) admitted gunning down 11-year-old Rhys despite denying it at his trial nine years ago. Then 16, he pleaded not guilty to murder and sat in silence during the ten-week hearing. But a jury at Liverpool Crown Court found him guilty of murder on December 16, 2008, and he was jailed for life with a minimum of 22 years. Now Mercer, 26, wrote about the killing in letters sent from his maximum security prison cell. He told pen pal Rhian Rose, 24, (bottom right): 'I have to live with what happened every day and it's horrible.'

The M3 between junction nine and 11 remains closed after fears of a bomb scare. Both directions of the motorway in Hampshire were closed at 4am this morning.

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Police believe Sophie Lionnet, whose body was found at a London home, was killed by mother-of-two Sabrina Kouider, 34, and her partner Ouissem Medouni, 40.

About £1.3 billion is going unclaimed by married couples in the UK, a Freedom of Information request showed.

Identical twins Chris and Xand van Tulleken ,39, shared an insight into their life off screen in the run up to their new BBC series, The Human Body: Secrets Of Your Life Revealed which airs this week.

North Korea has been rocked by a 3.4 magnitude earthquake amid fears the nuclear-obsessed nation may be testing more missiles.

Driver who left Lancashire 'teen for dead' spared jail

Georgia Addy, 16, suffered severe head injuries when she was struck as she walked home from school in Burscough, Lancashire, last September. Lee Griffiths, 29, from Maghull pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention. He was banned from driving for a year and fined £550 with £250 at Preston Crown Court on August 30th. Pictured left: Georgia in hospital after the accident and right, in her school uniform.

Archie Spriggs was found dead yesterday at the family home in Church Stretton, Shropshire, next to his mother, Lesley Speed. It is thought to have been a failed murder-suicide.

The 77 year old is apparently being guarded by two men in suits whenever he leaves the set of BBC’s Still Open All Hours in Doncaster, Yorkshire.

One mother took to UK site Mumsnet to ask if she was being unreasonable by not wanting her children to have any new toys this year. She prompted a heated debate on the parenting forum.

Claws out for Buddhists who liberated lobsters

It would usually be a heartwarming story – hundreds of lobsters rescued from the pot and released back into the sea. But a pair of Buddhists who released £5,000 worth of crustaceans into the Channel have been fined almost £15,000 for causing ‘untold damage’ to the environment. Zhixiong Li and Ni Li (pictured) helped throw live crabs and lobsters into the ocean a mile off the coast of Brighton (inset is the Marina) as part of a life release ceremony in 2015.

Is this mother right to help her 6-year-old change gender?

Dexter Jones(left), from St Albans, stands 4 ft 1 in tall, skinny as a whippet, with a mischievous smile and an appetite seemingly unsated by the entire punnet of blackberries he has just polished off. He adores Harry Potter — he knows all the wizards and spells — and would love to run in the Olympics one day. Dressed in a smart blue polo shirt and jeans, he looks and acts much like any other six-year-old boy. Nobody would suspect that Dexter was actually born a girl(middle and right). Pictured inset: Dexter with his mother, Mienna.

Unlike the woman, whose identity is protected by law, De Lotbiniere's name will now be associated with a drunken night out that ended in a notorious court case.

Police were called to Liverpool's Toys R Us car park after a horrified passerby spotted the tiny, three-month-old baby wrapped in a blanket inside the locked vehicle at the store's car park.

Iraqi asylum seeker Ahmed Hassan, 18, allegedly bought ingredients online including from Amazon to make the explosive TATP, known as 'Mother of Satan'.

I’m losing time: Words of Brit murdered by Amazon pirates

EXCLUSIVE: British headmistress Emma Kelty (top right) who was brutally murdered by Amazonian pirates turned down a safe boat ride through one of the most lawless stretches of water in the world (left), MailOnline has learned. The 43-year-old was specifically warned about the danger of the water she was about to go through but insisted on sticking to her schedule as she was 'losing time'. Recalling Emma's last known conversation, Miliane Vincente (bottom right), told MailOnline: 'I still remember he last words: I can't stay, the more time I stay here the more time I'm losing. For me to succeed have to do this route. Your hearts are very kind, but I have to carry on.' Emma was determined to complete her 4,000 odyssey from the Amazon source to the sea on her own. Tragically she was killed and her possessions stolen (inset).

Mark Zuckerberg said Friday that Facebook is withdrawing plans to create a new class of stock that would have let him keep tight reins on the company even as he sold down his stake.

Fake lawyers letters are being sent into prisons soaked with 'zombie' drugs in the latest bid to feed inmates' addictions, a report at Category C HMP Wealstun in West Yorkshire has found.

A survey of married couples gave a revealing insight into the daily gripes couples share with each other, including men being less grumpy and wives being more affectionate.

St Maarten looters steal animals from Irma-ravaged zoo

Looters have stolen dozens of rare animals from one of the best-loved zoos in the Caribbean after Hurricane Irma destroyed cages and enclosures at the park on St Maarten. Staff are fighting to rehouse and protect rare breeds at the site that was home to more than 300 animals before they escaped in the terrifying chaos of last week's 225mph winds. One rare lizard, a salamander called Big Lizard, one of the zoo’s star attractions, died of fright as the worst storm ever to hit the Atlantic lashed his enclosure last week. A well-loved toucan was also killed when it escaped its broken cage and was eaten by a caiman -- a ferocious type of crocodile -- which was lying submerged in a pond in its enclosure. The caiman also ate one of the rare rabbits.

Celebrities such as British Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton, actor Brad Pitt, and singers Beyonce and Jennifer Lopez have talked about the benefits of a plant-based diet.

Kylie Jenner pregnant with boyfriend Travis Scott's child

Kylie Jenner is pregnant with boyfriend Travis Scott's child, according to multiple reports. The 20-year-old reality star and her rapper boyfriend are said to have broken the happy news to friends earlier this month at the Day N Night Fest in Anaheim. Multiple sources are reporting that the youngest member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan was expecting her first child with her boyfriend of five months.

Social media erupted into chaos with news that Kylie Jenner is pregnant with boyfriend Travis Scott. The 20-year-old and the rapper broke the news to friends this. month at the Day N Night Fest in Anaheim

Bell wowed judges John and Gregg with her three-course meal of a Camembert, fig and onion tart followed by a pan-fried halibut and prawns, and a pear Bourdaloue for dessert.

People have been taking to Twitter over the past month to discuss the common practice of sharing rooms at U.S. colleges and universities, and many were shocked.

DR MAX: Honesty, my mum used to impress on me, is the best policy. Of course, this didn't stop her telling me that I had to eat all my vegetables, or else Father Christmas wouldn't give me any presents.

Wayne Rooney is 'trying to woo wife Coleen with dates'

Wayne Rooney has reportedly been trying to woo his wife Coleen back with a string of movie dates, after the fallout from his night out with 'party girl' Laura Simpson, which culminated in his recent two-year ban from driving. According to The Sun, the 31-year-old footballer is eager to evoke the feelings brought about from when they initially embarked on their romance, with their first date being a trip to see the 1997 comedy Austin Powers. A source told the newspaper: 'Coleen is still really angry with Wayne, so he’s pretty quiet at home and keeping his head down.

Just as one teenage daughter has drawn on her school-shirt with felt-tip pen and another has trodden biscuit into the carpet, Sue Radford agrees her family is a handful.

Support for a fully armed police service among the rank-and-file has jumped as forces confront an unprecedented terrorist threat, according to a major staff survey (Andrew Matthews/PA)

Support for a fully armed police service among the rank-and-file has jumped as forces confront an unprecedented terrorist threat, according to a major staff survey.

Could Uber be kicked out of the UK COMPLETELY? London ban sparks fears in cities across the country as passengers' petition to save the service hits 500,000

Fears are growing that Uber could be booted out of major UK cities in the wake of London's controversial decision to strip the taxi hailing app of its licence. Transport for London (TfL) confirmed yesterday that they would not be renewing Uber's licence at the end of the month due to concerns they are failing to report crimes carried out by its drivers. The firm, which employs more than 40,000 drivers in London and has 3.5 million customers in the capital, has slammed the decision and said it will appeal. But it also fears the move will encourage other authorities across the UK to launch their own crackdown.

Figures, obtained by the Daily Mail via a Freedom of Information request, suggest the number of sex attacks involving Uber drivers in London could now be running at one a week.

Short of giving Mr Juncker a peerage Theresa May couldn't be more placatory: QUENTIN LETTS is underwhelmed by PM's speech which had promised so much

There we were in Florence, city of murals and medieval marvels, home of Botticelli and Lorenzo the Magnificent and strawberry gelati as big as fists. Enter Theresa the Not Quite So Magnificent, striding into a room with a classical frieze showing two near-naked cherubs frolicking and holding hands. Sure enough, Boris Johnson and Philip Hammond sat in the front row. They tried to exchange friendly banter but it was about as convincing as Charles and Diana in the late 1980s. Pictured: Jean-Claude Juncker, left, and Theresa May, right.

Theresa May is famous for taking time to reach decisions, which is often no bad thing in a Prime Minister. But my word, she's been taking an inordinate amount of time thinking about Brexit.

Theresa May outlined plans for a two-year transition period that could see the UK stay in the single market in all but name until 2021. Political Editor JASON GROVES examines what she said.

Michel Barnier's cautious welcome to the speech came just a day after he had tried to turn the heat up on Mrs May over Brexit by demanding Britain 'settle its accounts' with the bloc.

More and more Deliveroo food cooked in prefab huts

Deliveroo has been hugely successful, utterly revolutionising Britain’s takeaway market in just four years — so much so that the company is thought to be worth as much as £1.1 billion. How? Its mission statement is simple: ‘Your favourite restaurants, delivered fast to your door.’ Where once the only choice might have been between pizza or curry, Deliveroo has deliberately partnered with independent and chain restaurants that do not have a delivery service to offer customers a range of cuisines. Now working with 20,000 restaurants and more than 30,000 contract riders, last year its orders grew by a staggering 650 per cent, a boom almost entirely due to this tempting promise: that if you can’t make it to your favourite restaurant in person, it will bring your favourite restaurant to your living room — and all at the click of a button. But how would people feel if they were to learn that the food did not, in fact, come from the restaurant itself — but from a metal box the size of a shipping container plonked on an industrial estate?

On Thursday, the US Forces Korea Facebook page issued a warning to instructing people not to follow the order. Pictured are US B-1B bombers on the Korean Peninsula last week.

Amir Khan's estranged wife has deleted her pleading apology after the boxer snubbed her attempted reconciliation. It now appears Faryal Makhdoom and Khan's marriage is doomed.

EXCLUSIVE: The team at the stalwart British department store has unveiled its 2017 trend report - and it's all about the classic toys, micro scooters, and home tech.

Liverpool man wraps car left outside his home in clingfilm

A man wrapped a car in cling film after becoming frustrated with people parking outside his house and then going on holiday. Neil Junglas from Hunts Cross, Liverpool, decided to get his own back on the driver of a silver Skoda that has now been outside his house for two days. He said he was making dinner for his daughter on Tuesday evening when he saw the car pull up and a woman get out and then climb into a taxi.

An average Briton works for nearly four decades - the fourth-longest stint in the bloc. That's longer - but only just - than even the average employment spans of Germans.

In case there is any confusion, each cubicle at Channel 4 Headquarters has a large symbol of an adult on the front, with one leg in a skirt and the other in trousers.

Crowds flock to Rosehill races on a scorching day

Sweltering summer temperature didn’t appear to keep happy punters away from Sydney’s Rosehill Racecourse on Saturday – but a few savvy men and women in the crowd did alter their outfits for the searing heat. Two young women were spotted carrying dainty blue and bamboo parasols on the day to protect themselves from the sun.

SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Beleaguered Boris Becker's bid to put on a united front with his wife Lilly, who has admitted to marital problems, has not lasted long.

Shirley Bothroyd, 59, - who is renowned for her rants at guests at her £1.5 million hotel in Devon - says she is 'clear of booze' and enjoying her time behind bars while awaiting trial.

Harry hugged, posed and shook hands with Invictus Games athletes on Friday afternoon in Toronto. The 33-year-old prince made his first appearance ahead of his week-long games earlier in the day.

Trevor Engelson, 40, was married to the actress, 36, from 2011 to 2013. He is working on a show about divorce and the complications that arise when one of the exes remarries with a royal.

'I'm glad I told people not to vote - because now we have Jeremy': Russell Brand says he's 'vindicated' over his 'mad' pre-2015 election Twitter campaign as it helped Corbyn become Labour leader

Russell Brand, who is speaking at a Momentum event at the Labour Party Conference in Brighton on the subject of addiction, said: 'I admire both Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell.' He added: 'I feel vindicated because people told me, "you were mad saying there's no point in voting" but I was saying there's no point in voting unless voting demonstrates choice or is demonstrative of choice - and now it is. I feel that the changes that have happened subsequently do demonstrate that I was taking the temperature correctly.'

For, two years ago, following the Eurozone crisis, Merkel's impulsive decision to throw open Germany's borders to more than a million unchecked migrants had been a disaster.

AMANDA PLATELL: For 32 years before his death, Ian Brady was detained not in a prison, but - after being diagnosed as a psychopath - at high-security Ashworth psychiatric hospital.

Every expert on grief discusses the stages of mourning, but while it's true that the way people respond to bereavement does indeed shift and change in patterns, there are no rules here.

Customers have been urged to sign up for smart meters on the basis that they will be able to see in pounds and pence how much power they're using - but they will stop working if they change supplier.

EastEnders' James Willmott-Brown returns to Albert Square

BBC One viewers got a chilling peek at the return of soap super-villain James Willmott-Brown on Friday, over two decades since he sent shockwaves through Walford. Played by the original actor William Boyde, now aged 64, rapist Willmott-Brown sets his sets on Kathy Baeale (Gillian Taylforth, 62) to avenge his jail sentence for attacking her.

The injured man, named only as 26-year-old Irshad, met up with his lover, 30, for 'one last time' in Kattipuram, India, before he was due to tie the knot with a bride of their parents' choice.

In a bizarre tweet about her menstrual cycle, Itir Esen, 18, was accused of insulting the memory of the 250 people who died fighting against the uprising in Turkey last year.

Overweight Halifax man learns he has autoimmune disease

Paul Stefan Gill, 31, from Halifax, suffers from dyspraxia and Hashimoto's disease, which affected his weight during his teens and caused him to pile on the pounds - reaching 20 stone (left). His dyspraxia affects his hand-eye coordination, depth perception and how he learns and feels, and Paul also suffers from osteoarthritis and bone spurs that have scraped away cartilage in his hip joint - but he has overcome his health issues to become a ripped personal trainer (right).

Kemi Badenoch is black; although British-born, she was raised in Nigeria by African parents, returned to England when she was 16 and rose to parliamentarian in just 21 years.

One day in the early Seventies, I had a huge stroke of beginner's luck. Going over to a friend's house in London to borrow a book I was asked, over a cup of tea, if I would like to write a film.

EXCLUSIVE: FEMAIL goes inside South Kensington's Santi Spa, home to the UK's only Skin Lab, which can measure the exact levels of collagen in a client's skin in a single session.

Psychologists from Iowa State University based their findings on 436 volunteers whose sleep was monitored after completing an anger questionnaire.

DAVID JASON reveals all in his memoir 

Looking back, I think it was boredom that led to the almighty row - a truly monumental shouting match - between my co-star Nicholas Lyndhurst and me back in 1986; the only time, I can honestly report, that this happened in the entire course of Only Fools And Horses. It had started during the morning in the caravan we shared whenever we were filming. Words were exchanged and, I’m afraid to say, one or two loose items that happened to be at hand were flung angrily against the walls. The row had continued with Nick throwing open the caravan door and exiting in a hurry, visibly upset, shouting: ‘That’s it! I’ve had it! I’m not working with him any more.’ Pictured: Rodney (Nicholas Lyndhurst) and Del Boy (David Jason) dressed as Batman and Robin and with Grandad (Lennard Pearce).

Three ISIS jihadis filmed themselves being blown up by a Syrian tank. One fighter's headcam caught the moment the tank round struck their armoured vehicle.

Researchers at the University of California, San Diego.created a quiz that measures how wise people are based on their answers to questions that test six different qualities.

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Countryfile host Adam Henson's heartwarming account

Countryfile host Adam Henson was given his first dog, Nita the spaniel (inset), as a Christmas present when he was eight years old. He revealed the irreplaceable relationships he has had with dogs throughout his life. Adam's accounts share how a dog can save a life, heal emotional wounds and offer comfort through every situation. Pictured left and right, Adam with Peg the border collie and Olive and Boo the wirehaired vizslas.

Based on Ian McEwan's 1987 novel, The BBC have unveiled new drama entitled The Child In Time. Benedict Cumberbatch, starring gave an insight into the story of a family whose child goes missing.

Lorraine Kelly says going through the menopause made her unrecognisable, leaving her 'flat', 'bone tired' and feeling as though she'd lost her 'mojo'. She says it's important to talk about it.

Is this a UFO flying over LONDON? Father spots a 'glowing' object erratically darting across the sky 'too fast to be explained' as he drives to pick up a takeaway

Gary Lowe, 38, was driving his Ford Mondeo through Dagenham, Greater London, when he noticed a 'glowing' object (circled) flying silently through the air at speeds 'too fast to be explained'. The father-of-three has posted the footage online in a bid to get answers as to what the object could be, although he has not ruled out that it could be from another planet. Mr Lowe said: 'I don't really know what it is but I'm definitely not a sceptic. If it's from another planet or something, I just don't know.'

Over half of parents are worried about the increasing costs of sending their children to state school, a PTA UK survey has found. Several have been asked to pay for equipment, it claims.

The £360million super yacht belonging to Russian oligarch Andrey Melnichenko has been spotted sailing into Gibraltar. The Russian oligarch's boat even appears to dwarf a tanker.

Frida the rescue dog emerges as hero of Mexican earthquake

Frida the Navy dog has located 12 people alive and 40 other dead throughout her career. During the Mexican earthquake she has been digging at a school in southern Mexico City where 25 have died. The 7.1-magnitude quake has killed nearly 300 people, and rescuers were still digging through some of the 52 buildings that collapsed in Mexico City alone.

Walsall builders build house with pole in driveway

Access to the property in Walsall, West Midlands, is almost impossible by car because of the giant pole in the driveway. Any parking job is made even worse as the kerb has not been dropped. The property is one of three identical homes that neighbours say were completed at the beginning of the year. Locals have labelled the homes 'ridiculous' as they were built at the same level despite descending a hill, meaning the driveways get steeper and steeper.

Kim Jong Un dusted off the archaic Middle English term, which means a 'senile old person', while responding to Donald Trump's combative speech at the UN General Assembly on Tuesday.

Aides to President Donald Trump urged the president not to personally attack North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un as 'Rocket Man' during his speech to the UN General Assembly.

Scientists at the Institute of Cancer Research in London believe the drug Palbociclib could treat women with LAR triple negative breast cancer, which is extremely difficult to treate.

US website Cut.com challenged four volunteers to see if they could pick out the sex workers from a line-up of 12 strangers, and the task turned out to be much tougher than expected.

Horrifying video shows California cop shooting man SEVEN TIMES outside a 7-Eleven after suspect grabbed the officer's magazine

The shooting took place outside a 7-Eleven in Huntington Beach, California, on Friday shortly after 9.30am. Witnesses say the man grabbed the police officer's magazine from his belt as the pair wrestled on the ground in the parking lot. The officer opened fire, shooting him six times. The man stumbled but remained on his feet, prompting the cop to fire his seventh shot. The man later died in hospital.

Kamran Sabir Hussain, 40, from Stoke-on-Trent, delivered his lecturers from a lecturn in front of a black ISIS flag, to a congregation that included children as young as three.

A Sri Lankan couple walk along a road as the bride attempted to set a record for the longest wedding saree extending 3.2 kilometres (two miles) in the central district of Kandy

A Sri Lankan couple are under investigation by child protection officials for using hundreds of school children to carry the train of the bride's two mile saree during a wedding ceremony.

Despite his wrinkled skin, neck folds and snub nose, Sonny the three-year-old Pug stole the show at the London opening of Kingsman: The Golden Circle.

Black mother-of-three is stunned after her youngest child turns out to be white, with blue eyes and red hair (and she can't leave the house without people staring at them) 

Patience Chando (pictured left and right with her new daughter), 36, who is of Zimbabwean heritage, and her white German partner Andreas Spillea, 49, welcomed four-month old baby Andrea Mariella (pictured inset) into the world in April. But now she can't take her daughter out in public without being stopped - but not just because of how adorable she is. The former office worker thought her daughter's creamy complexion would darken since her other daughters - 15-year-old Faith and 17-year-old Lucricia - inherited her skin tone. But instead, the mum-of-three said Andrea's blue eyes, striking auburn hair and milky skin is turning heads wherever they go in their hometown of Hanover, Germany.

Police were accused of putting their victims and witnesses at risk yesterday as official figures show that just 4 per cent of arrested suspects are being bailed.

Wisconsin, a key state in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, said on Friday it was one of 21 states that the federal government notified were targeted by Russian hackers - but no votes were changed.

London's Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, representing more than 6,000 doctors, backed supporting the removal of abortion from criminal law.

BBC bosses are poised to launch Sounds Like Friday Night next month featuring a mix of up-and-coming acts and established stars.

The few dozen, predominantly retired, professionals at this very English protest hardly add up to a formidable force. But on the fracking front line police are taking no chances.

Anthea Turner faces threat of raid by bailiffs

She was chased through the courts for money after the collapse of her ex-husband’s £100million property business. Now Anthea Turner, pictured left, could be raided by bailiffs after failing to settle a claim for thousands of pounds of debt run up by her sister. The 57-year-old is being sued in the county court by company executive Amanda Cavill de Zaveley, 52, for more than £5,000 in missed rent payments racked up by her sister Wendy Turner Webster (pictured second left and right with her husband) when she was living in Mrs Cavill de Zaveley’s £850,000 home in West London. Miss Turner had agreed to act as a guarantor for television presenter Mrs Webster, 50, and her 53-year-old husband, actor Gary Webster, when they began renting the five-bedroom house in Isleworth, with their two sons in December 2011. But after the family moved out in December 2015 owing three months’ rent, Miss Turner refused to pay off the debt – saying she had stopped being the guarantor when the couple renewed their initial 18-month tenancy. The one-time Blue Peter presenter was served a county court judgment ordering her to pay Mrs Cavill de Zaveley £5,111.15 in June but continues to insist she is not the guarantor and will not pay the debt. Mrs Cavill de Zaveley’s sister Melanie Crawford, 51, pictured inset, is preparing to send bailiffs to Miss Turner’s £1.2million flat.

Momo is the adorable nine-year-old Border Collie owned by Canadian photographer Andrew Knapp, 35. They are travel buddies and have authored three interactive photo books.

Jay Stolzenberg, 25, mowed his bus into a car in Bridgend that grandmother Glenys Thomas was entering. Mrs Thomas suffered serious fractures and died three months later.

Charissa Brown-Wellington from Chadderton admitted pushing a 30-year-old man to his death after he was crushed by a train at Manchester Victoria station.

Palla Pour, 25, and Ribas Asad, 29, were found guilty of sex offences involving children while Soran Azizi, 28, was convicted of trafficking in Newcastle.

Latest crop of awful tattoos captured in brilliant photos

An online gallery has collected the latest wave of some of the worst tattoos, and some are so bad we can't even tell what they're trying to portray - be it celebrity portraits of A-listers like Ryan Gosling, whose face was given spider legs by one rather odd fan (top left), or written tributes to a loved one, such as the awkwardly-misspelled 'babby girl' inking one man revealed on social media (top right). And then there are the incredibly crude and lewd tattoos, such as the fake G-string one man put on full display (bottom left) while out in public.

A 17-year-old, from Mexico, lost his sight after the parasite invaded his eye. The flatworm can be eaten from under-cooked fish but how it got into the unnamed patient's eye is a mystery.

Greg Lyttleton, 46, claims his mother Stella, 75, (pictured) was 'ripped off and manipulated' into buying a £1,600 MacBook from Currys PC World when she only wanted one to play Solitaire.

Asda started a petrol price war by reducing fuel prices by up to 2p a litre - just hours before the AA was set to shame retailers for ripping off customers.

WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. Four-year-old Praveen Kumar left his house in Guntur, southern India, with his sister to play with other children on Thursday, when a pack of dogs attacked him.

Ian Levy, technical director of GCHQ's National Cyber Security Centre, made the comments at a conference hosted by antivirus firm Symantec held in London yesterday.

Princess Charlene of Monaco on the front row at Versace

The princess, who traveled from Monaco to Milan to attend several fashion shows, sat on the front row at Versace's star-studded show, next to Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton. But while the royal shone in her sparkling silver dress, her shoes appeared to be causing a serious amount of discomfort thanks to the very tight strap across her toes, which squished them into a very awkward position (inset). Earlier in the day, she attended the Armani show, where she was also on the frow, this time joining the likes of Roberta Armani and Oscar-winner Cate Blanchett.

This is the shocking moment a truck lifted up a car by the sunroof as it passed by the smaller vehicle in southern China. It is reported that the driver suffered minor injuries.

Pigs fed purple potatoes had six times reduced levels of a damaging protein that fuels tumours and other inflammatory bowel diseases, a study by Pennsylvania State University found.

Farmers in northern China were left baffled when a sow gave birth to a weird looking piglet. The piglet was born with one eye in the middle and a penis-like forehead.

Shocking footage, filmed in Northern Ireland, shows the moment a drunken woman tried to fight her way into a kebab shop, shattering its glass door in the process.

Holiday maker Graeme Philpot has received an apology after leaving his car with a valet firm at Luton Airport, only to be fined for it being left in a bus stop when the driver got hungry.

 

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Schiffer, Campbell, Crawford, Christensen and Bruni return

Nineties supermodels (far left) Bruni, 49, Schiffer, 47, Campbell, 47, Christensen, 48, and Crawford, 51, closed the Spring/Summer 2018 show at Milan Fashion Week on Friday to pay tribute to late designer Gianni Versace on the 20th anniversary of his death. Cindy’s 16-year-old daughter Kaia Gerber (centre) also signalled the start of a new generation of ‘Supers’ as she led the young guns, including model sisters Gigi and Bella Hadid (far right) out to open the show, during her own catwalk debut with fashion house Versace.

A woman got smacked in the face while posing for a picture with an elephant at a U.S. zoo. The elephant hit her in the face and head with its enormous trunk. She was not harmed.

The results of the Weather Photographer of the Year competition are in. The overall winner was Mike Olbinski with his image 'Superstrike' of the Superstition Mountains in Arizona, U.S.A.

MAC on...Cheeky peers being paid to stay silent 

'Damned cheek! I make a point of saying "Good morning, where's my three hundred quid?" before I leave.'

Shetland pony watches TV and acts like a dog in Scotland

Wee Bob, the 17-year-old Shetland pony, thinks it is a dog (inset) and roams around Stacey Johnstone's family home in Renfrewshire. The 32-inch pony has learnt to let himself into the home (left) and watches TV with the family. Owner Ms Johnstone said: 'He's pretty much one of the dogs to be honest. We've got five dogs and he just thinks he's one of them.' The postman even brings him an apple when he's delivering mail.

   

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Daddy's home! The adorable moment an adopted pit bull goes crazy when his soldier owner returns after six months

The pit bull named Redford had not seen his owner Ian since he was deployed to the Ukraine with the 1 Combat Engineer Regiment for six and a half months. Redford dashes into the foyer at the Edmonton, Alberta home to greet Ian. He is so ecstatic that he cannot control his speed and slips on the tile.

A spectacular torrent of red wine gushed geyser-like into the sky above Duke's Folly vineyard in Napa Valley, California when an over-fermented wine barrel exploded.

They constructed the Underwater Ironman Jetpack at home in San Francisco which consisted of four engines - one for each limb - and a battery backpack which strapped to the 'swimmers' back.

Eerie footage shows abandoned Scottish Cold War nuclear bunker found untouched after a generation by an astonished YouTube star

An eerie video shows the inside of a long-forgotten nuclear bunker looking much like it would have done on the day it was abandoned. The underground monitoring station (pictured), just a few miles from Dundee, still has pots and pans, mugs, and washing up liquid next to parts of Cold War communications technology. Blankets are filmed rotting on the bunk beds exactly where they would have been left over a quarter of a century ago.

   

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