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EXCLUSIVE: It would take another 26 years for her to fall in love with her real-life prince but these captivating images show a young Meghan Markle playing the fictional 'Queen' of a royal household. Wearing a gold crown, eight-year-old Meghan stars in a childhood play - with her young chums as her princesses and servants. These charming never-before-seen scenes are taken from an 11-minute video recently found by the mother of Meghan's best friend of nearly 30 years, Ninaki Priddy.

Russia's get well soon card to hero Detective Nick Bailey for risking life in Salisbury

The letter (pictured left) from Russian Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko (top right) thanked Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey (left inset) for his bravery and insisted that Vladimir Putin was not behind the attack (crime scene bottom right). Mr Yakovenko expressed his 'sincere gratitude' to DS Bailey for putting his life at risk by coming to the aid of former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia after they were struck down by a nerve agent. The diplomat claimed his country was not behind the 'reckless' assassination attempt - despite the Government's insistence that the Novichok nerve agent developed by the Soviet Union was used. Mr Yakovenko even said he hoped the Skripals would recover.

A lorry driver has been gassed as he slept in his vehicle by thieves in an industrial estate in Walsall in the West Midlands. Carl Bartlet woke to find lorry had been broken into and £70k of goods were taken.

National Rail later has now issued a statement pledging to clamp down on the loophole. Campaigners have complained that letting people get away with cheap fares 'damages the system's credibility'.

Staff Sergeant Michael Wright, 37, has been removed from the prestigious British Army academy in Berkshire after an alleged incident which is now the subject of a criminal investigation.

I'm going to ask you to give something really radical a go. It is the method that helped me to conquer my own sleep demons, writes Dr Michael Mosley.

The M1 was closed by police following a 'serious multi-vehicle crash' with motorists experiencing lengthy delays. The motorway was closed southbound near junction 29 (pictured).

Anguished wife of troubled Ant McPartlin opens up to friends 

Lisa McPartlin (pictured right), Ant's partner for more than two decades, loyally stood by him until, at the start of this year, he announced they were to divorce. Now friends say that the 41-year-old (pictured left alongside her estranged husband)- who works as the senior make-up artist on Strictly Come Dancing - once again fears for her husband's health. 'Lisa has told me she's been through hell for the last two years,' said one. 'She wasn't sure if her marriage would survive, but she stood by him to try to save him. It has been so hard for her. Ant has been in such a bad way that she often feared the situation was untenable.' Inset: Ant after last week's car crash for which he has been charged with drink-driving.

Fans of Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway have, for some reason, been unable to get their heads around the fact that the show is not on this weekend.

Fans are calling for Holly to step into the embattled presenter's role as Declan Donnelly's co-host, describing the 37-year-old as the 'perfect candidate' for the job.

Pictured: Hero French police officer's emotional partner who married him in hospital

Lieutenant Colonel Arnaud Beltrame, 44, was barely breathing as the hugely moving ceremony was performed in a hospital in Carcassonne, south-west France. His partner, Marielle, was in floods of tears as they said prayers before the decorated officer succumbed to his wounds. Beltrame was part of the police team that raced to the supermarket in Trébes where terrorist Redouane Lakdim had taken hostages. He walked inside in an effort to free a woman who was being held as a human shield.

A French policeman who was shot by an ISIS fanatic in a supermarket siege after agreeing to take the place of a female hostage was married in hospital hours before dying from his injuries.

President Trump tweeted a message of solidarity to the victims of a terror attack in Carcassonne and Trebes, France that killed three and injured at least 16 Friday.

British state school troublemakers attend ‘India’s Eton’ to learn some VERY hard lessons  

For five young boarders, this elite, elegantly mannered institution is not only thousands of miles from their homes in the UK, but worlds away from anything they have ever experienced before. Here, nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas, is India's Eton, the Doon School, famed for educating the sons of maharajahs and billionaires, and now the setting for a remarkable and audacious television experiment. The school's new crop of unlikely pupils has been specially selected from what is traditionally the worst-performing group in Britain's state school system: white, working-class boys. Filmed for a Channel 4 documentary, Indian Summer School, the aim is to see whether Doon can do what no British school seemed capable of: turning these five troublemakers from feckless to focused.

The group of seven men aged between 37 and 47 were described as 'predatory and cynical' by a judge after being convicted on Friday following a five-month trial, at Oxford Crown Court.

Clocks are moving an hour forward tonight as the UK switches to British Summer Time. Psychologists have warned that the clock change will lead to more patients missing hospital appointments tomorrow.

Nick Timothy backs Theresa May's 'toxic' aide who outed his ex-boyfriend over Brexit row

Theresa May's former chief of staff Nick Timothy has defended her current political secretary Stephen Parkinson who is accused of 'outing' his ex-boyfriend in a row over Vote Leave Brexit campaign spending. Mr Parkinson, pictured left with Mr Timothy, was in an 18-month relationship with Shahmir Sanni, right, after they met during the Brexit referendum campaign. Mr Timothy claimed his friend, Mr Parkinson would never 'out anyone for cynical reasons', inset.

NEW The Scottish Mail on Sunday can reveal that the SNP paid Facebook to identify supporters of rival parties, then bombard them with Nationalist propaganda.

Investigators took seven hours to comb through files at the London office of Cambridge Analytica (pictured) amid claims the troubled tech firm fixed Trump's election result. They left at 3am today.

NEW The Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham is set to expand her investigation into Brexit referendum following a raid on Cambridge Analytica's London office, pictured.

Did Jeremy Hunt really ask a victim of female

Health secretary Jeremy Hunt met Nimco Ali, a victim of female genital mutilation and campaigner for barbaric practice in Whitehall and apparently asked if 'women like her' could have orgasms. Somali-born Ms Ali, who is now a campaigner against the barbaric practice, met Mr Hunt at his Whitehall office to discuss the issue. She said Mr Hunt's first question was: 'What I really want to know is, can girls like you have an orgasm?' She said she replied: 'Well, it depends how good you are Jeremy because 80 per cent of the clitoris is internal, but let's move on.'

Cllr Jane Scott did not visit Salisbury until Friday - 19 days after the nerve agent attack on March 4. Her deputy said she was ill but it has emerged she was working in the House of Lords for £300 a day.

Well-placed sources said Owen Smith had been so appalled at Mr Corbyn's initial failure to blame Russia for the attack earlier this month that he had been ready to walk out.

March for Our Lives: Crowds descend on DC for historic protest

The event is being led by the student survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on February 14 when 17 were slaughtered by a teenage gunman carrying a legally-purchased AR-15. Eight hundred other events are being held around the world in solidarity, but it is the DC march students hope will finally force congress to change gun laws. The DC march will start at noon on Pennsylvania Avenue between 3rd street and 12th street NW. Lin-Manuel Miranda, Ariana Grande, Jennifer Hudson, Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, Common, Andra Day, Vic Mensa and Ben Platt will all perform in DC and there will be speeches from young survivors of the shooting.

Jameela Jamil slams follower for accusing her of being a 'bad Muslim'

Jameela Jamil has hit back at a Twitter follower after he accused her of being a 'bad Muslim.' The actress, 32, initially took to the popular social media platform on Saturday to preach the message of body confidence and self love with a picture of her in a pretty sundress a few years back - when the troll stuck. 'Do you think this is a proper dress for a Muslim woman?' the angry follower asked Jameela before also revealing his desires for her to 'get on the right path' - an opinion which didn't sit well with the star, who is of Indian and Pakistani descent.

Lingerie model Caprice Bourret diagnosed with benign brain tumour

On the surface, she is the same willowy blonde who stormed the fashion world during the 1990s, appearing on countless prestigious magazine covers including Vogue and Sports Illustrated. American-born Caprice Bourret (pictured left after operation and right with her sons Jet and Jax) still glows with buoyant good health and measured self-confidence. But as she reflects on the trials of the past 12 months, Caprice knows she came perilously close to losing it all. Today, in her first newspaper interview since being diagnosed with a brain tumour last year, the former model admits she has been forced into a radical overhaul of a life once dedicated to professional success - and a complete re-evaluation of what it now means. For the tumour, although it proved benign, was dangerously fast-growing and risked leaving her blind and paralysed.

NEW The Royal College of Nursing is set to announce a policy after consulting its 435,000 members on 'decriminalising' termination, sparking a mutiny from anti-abortion nurses.

How MI5's secret manual aims to protect UK businessmen from honeytraps

As the new Cold War hots up, security chiefs have warned executives travelling to Russia and China that getting drunk, gambling or womanising could see them fall victim to a devious honeytrap. The advice to avoid 'risky business' is contained in a guidebook produced for some of the UK's biggest firms, revealed for the first time today by The Mail on Sunday. The Smart Traveller (left and inset) booklet has been quietly distributed to companies that do a lot of work overseas, particularly in countries such as Russia and China.

The former Russian intelligence officer, who came to Britain in 2010 as part of a spy swap, regretted being a double agent and wanted to visit his family, his friend Vladimir Timoshkov said.

BBC journalist Frank Gardner slams Heathrow for losing his wheelchair

Frank Gardner (pictured right) claims he was left stranded for '100 minutes' before he could get off his plane from Ethiopia on Saturday morning. The security correspondent says staff (left) delivered his wheelchair to the terminal building instead of the plane door, leaving him 'stuck on an empty plane'. Mr Gardner, who has been in a wheelchair since he was shot six times by militants in Saudi Arabia in 2004, took to Twitter (tweet inset) to slam the airport. He wrote: 'I am so utterly sick of Heathrow Airport ground staff 'losing' my wheelchair. Over 70 mins after landing back from Ethiopia I'm still stuck on an empty plane while they try to find it. Just when is UK's premier airport going to stop treating disabled passengers this way?' A Heathrow spokesman said: 'We apologise unreservedly if the service Mr Gardner received today fell short of the experience we aim to provide to our passengers. We are working with the responsible airline to investigate what went wrong in this case.'

The women's world number two, from Denmark, said the abuse happened during her second round match on Friday, which she lost to reigning Olympic champion Monica Puig.

MPs are calling for the first black British Army officer Walter Tull (pictured) to be awarded a posthumous Military Cross after he gave up a glittering football career to fight in the First World War.

Lady Louise Windsor, 14, guides her carriage through the grounds of Windsor Castle

The Queen's granddaughter Lady Louise Windsor (inset right) has been honing her carriage driving skills. The 14-year-old, a bridesmaid at the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in 2011, was seen out for a ride in the grounds of Windsor Castle today (pictured centre). Prince Andrew was also spotted riding around the grounds of Windsor Castle in advance of leading his debut Trooping of the Colour. Earlier this week the Duke of York officially inherited the title of Colonel of the Grenadier Guards (inset left), which was formerly held by the Duke of Edinburgh.

Britain could set off a schizophrenia timebomb if it ignores the dangers of super-strength 'skunk' cannabis, one of the UK's most eminent psychiatrists warns today.

Good Friday favourites, marked with the cross, have undergone something of a transformation. Supermarket shelves are bursting with bizarre new options.

Ukrainian nun Sister Maria Baran shared messages from the Almighty with Father Grigory Planchak. When he and eight fellow monks spread her words, the Pontiff intervened, defrocking the group.

Anneyy Madden, 22, from Pontypridd, Wales got the implant fitted back in 2013 and was due to have it replaced in 2016. However doctors have not been able to find the rod.

Pictured: The eight victims shot or stabbed to death in London's shocking week of

The eighth person to be shot or stabbed to death in London in the last week has been named as Jermaine Johnson. Paramedics battled for more than an hour to save the 41-year-old on March 23 but were ultimately unsuccessful. Johnson is the last of the eight people killed in the murder epidemic sweeping the capital to be named. Pictured: The victims of the week-long knife and gun spree which swept the capital beginning Wednesday last week.

Chelsea O'Connor also wasn't amused by her children's excitement over the popular supermarket chain, which has more than 600 stores in Britain, and took to Facebook to air her frustrations.

Two men in their twenties were shot at around 10.35pm last night. The attack in Mile End is the latest act of violence to hit London which suffered its eighth murder in seven days on Tuesday.

Meghan Markle's father could bump into these guests at her wedding

The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will take place on May 19, and there have been months of speculation about the role that her father Tom Markle would play in the ceremony. Now, we can reveal that the retired Hollywood lighting director will be by his daughter's side at Windsor Castle. A close friend of Mr Markle told The Mail on Sunday that he was 'excited' at the prospect of walking his daughter down the aisle.  

Body language expert Judi James says photographs taken of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (pictured) yesterday during a tour of Belfast, Northern Ireland, reveal who is in charge.

A close friend has told The Mail on Sunday that Tom Markle will walk his daughter Meghan down the aisle when she marries Prince Harry at Windsor Castle on May 19.

The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby had to ask Meghan Markle a series of awkward questions about her former marriage to TV producer Trevor Engelson, who she divorced in 2013.

Thomas Markle, 73, was spotted dining with the woman at a restaurant near his home in Mexico. And friends have said she could be his plus one when Meghan marries Prince Harry in May.

Country pile that looks like a bungalow is a six-bedroom mansion

At first glance this home appears to be nothing more than a grand bungalow. But the property's whopping £2.2million price tag hints at what it actually is. As soon as you venture around the back, the detached property (pictured from the front in the main image) in Bradford, West Yorkshire, is transformed into a stunning, six-bedroom, three-floor mansion built on a hill (inset). Suitably named Treetops, the sprawling home boasts a large dining room and kitchen (bottom left), as well as five bathrooms (one is pictured bottom right) while the level below contains the bedrooms - all complete with breathtaking views of the surrounding area. Central to the property is a specialised staircase (centre).

Guardsman Graham Bolger, 23, was permitted to join the barracks' annual St Patrick's Day parade in front of Prince William and the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge this year in Hounslow, west London.

The whole island of Sicily is creeping towards the Mediterranean at a rate of 14mm per year, scientists have warned. A UK-led research team say state of island needs to be monitored.

One of these is Judy Garland and the other is Renee Zellweger, but can you tell the

Yes, one of these two Judy Garlands is actually Renee Zellweger... and it's getting ever harder to tell global biopic stars from the people they play. But can YOU pick out the pretenders here? Pictured top left to right: Judy Garland, Renee Zellweher, Bob Dylan, Cate Blanchett, Sverrir Dudnason, Bjorn Borg, Margot Robbie, Tonya Harding, Sarah Palin, Julianne Moore, Joan Jett, Kristen Stewart

A pioneering procedure could prevent thousands of Britons with the eye condition glaucoma from losing their sight. The disease, which affects at least 600,000 people in Britain.

The shamed PR magnate once had £10million in the bank. But after being sued by his female victims and paying back debts he was left with just £193,000 - which he left for his daughter Louise.

TAP Air Portugal has issued an apology to 106 Lisbon-bound passengers after they were left stranded because a co-pilot was spotted walking unsteadily at Stuttgart Airport.

Saudi Arabia opened its airspace for the first time to a commercial flight to Israel on Thursday with an Air India route flying between New Delhi and Tel Aviv.

'Sack the lot of them': Furious Australian cricket fans demand Steve Smith gets fired

Australian cricket fans are demanding captain Steve Smith be sacked after he admitted to cheating against South Africa. Batsman Cameron Bancroft was caught on camera pulling sticky tape from his pocket and rubbing in on the ball to illegally gain an advantage. In press conference after play Smith admitted that he and senior players planned the ball-tampering at lunch on day three of the test mach in Cape Town.   

Nico Nicoletti brandished the weapon, which had a 10-inch blade, in Haydon Bridge, Northumberland, when a trivial argument with his neighbour's son Gary Coussins escalated.



'Do you want me to be a prostitute?': Abusive woman is thrown off easyJet flight after bizarre rant at passengers who cheer and clap as she's led away

The young woman was headed on girls' holiday from Manchester to Paphos, Cyprus. But after launching a tirade of abuse at fellow flyers and crew members the plane was diverted. In the video, she repeatedly shouts 'are you taking the ****?' at one crew member who is trying to calm her down before she stands and launches a bizarre rant at him, saying: 'Do you want me to be a prostitute?' As she is being escorted off the plane she shouts at another passenger: 'Why the **** are you recording me you ugly b****.'

On Friday President Donald Trump signed a $1.3trillion spending bill after reportedly saying 'F*** that' to the public backlash over sending the nation into a sixth government shutdown.

Toby Young: Social media wrecked my career, I wont't let it happen to my children

'As a father of four, I'm increasingly worried by the amount of time my children spend on screens. Whether they're playing on the Xbox, staring at their smartphones or just watching endless repeats of Friends on Netflix, their minds always seem to be elsewhere. But it isn't just the impact on family life I'm worried about. It's the effect it may be having on their brains and on their future, both in their personal lives and in their careers,' writes Toby Young, who was forced to resign from his role at the Office For Students, the universities regulator, when detractors dug up some tasteless things he'd said on Twitter.

Jacob Phoenix, one, Jamie Lee Phoenix, two, Michael Power, six, and Jody Power, 10, have now been found safe and well after disappearing together on Friday in the Dovecot area of Liverpool.

Tammy Langton jailed after running out of petrol on M25, death of cousin

Tammy Langton (right), 33, of Blackheath, London, was found guilty of causing the death of passenger Laura Cooper (left), 35, of Leicester, was killed in the M25 crash. Langton was found to have excessive amounts of cannabis in her system. She admitted she had the drug in her system but claimed it was from the last time she smoked two days earlier. Judge Jonathan Seely, sitting at Chelmsford Crown Court, said Langton had 'deliberately chosen to run out of petrol on a motorway at night'. He said she thought an emergency organisation such as the AA or RAC 'would come to sort out the problem'.

Battersea Dogs & Cats home snub cat lover for not having own room for pet in south west

Joe Lines (pictured inset) had gone to Battersea Dogs & Cats Home in London volunteering to foster a pet at his 625 square foot flat, which boasts its own 33ft private garden (left). But he was stunned when the charity refused to supply an animal (right) because his £500,000 pad in South-West London did not have a room for the cat's exclusive use. Battersea claim the dedicated space is needed to adequately care for an animal which is stressed, nervous or has medical needs, or a female that has recently had kittens. The policy was introduced four years ago following research by feline welfare experts.

Two-thirds of drivers say they are regularly affected by oncoming headlights even though they are dipped, an RAC survey found.

Campaigners have called for new measures to combat the problem, with the RAC suggesting that extra investment is needed to reduce congestion and optimise traffic flow.

Spotted off the coast of Vancouver Island on Canda's west coast, the 28-year-old mother was swimming with her new born calf and two other daughters when the attack happened (stock image).

Only five of the 150 short-finned pilot whales that washed up on Hamelin Bay, Western Australia, have survived. Six whales were taken back to sea last night but one became stranded once again.

Uber's driverless death traps

It was exactly the sort of accident that was supposed never to happen. For this was a 'safe' self-driving car, a vision of the future armed with a battery of sensors and automatic brakes for just such an emergency. For 49-year-old Elaine Herzberg last weekend as she pushed her bike across a dual carriageway in Tempe, near Phoenix, Arizona. If the crash was a catastrophe for the victim and her family, it is disastrous, too, for the billion-dollar proponents of the fledgling technology.

Is Olympic cyclist Victoria Pendleton still pedalling in the same direction as her husband, Scott Gardner? The couple have not been seen in public together since last summer, writes RICHARD EDEN.

The CACI Facial treatment is a favourite among celebrities and uses LED light therapy combined with a micro-current to stimulate collagen production for an anti-ageing effect.

A New York based investment firm is supporting turnaround specialist Melrose in its £8.1billion hostile takeover bid of British engineering firm GKN.

Spree burglars are targeting affluent areas like Littleover in Derby and Chislehurst, South-East London and are breaking into house after house even if they are occupied.

Demolition begins on Hemsby clifftop homes falling into sea

The first of five homes perched on the edge of the crumbling clifftop at Hemsby village has been demolished after storms battered the Norfolk coastline last Saturday. Heavy machinery tore through the first vulnerable chalet yesterday afternoon reducing it to a heap of rubble yesterday afternoon. Great Yarmouth Borough Council said work on the other five properties is due to start on Saturday and that eight other properties are also at 'significant risk' of falling down the cliffs are being monitored.A spokesman said: 'Following assessments this morning, two demolition crews working for the council have successfully demolished number 206. 'From tomorrow, the contractor, Anglian Demolition and Asbestos Ltd, will start to work through the other four properties in turn.

UN comes under fire for giving Russia coordinates of Syrian hospitals

The UN provided the Russians with GPS locations of hospital operating in rebel areas in Syria which had been supplied by NGOs under a 'notification' scheme which were later attacked. The hospitals were located in areas under siege by the regime on the outskirts of Damascus. The government has allowed rebels and their families to leave Eastern Ghouta and go into exile in the north east of the country.

Alexandria security chieif General Mostfa al-Nimr survived the explosion which claimed the lives of two of his officers as his convoy passed a parked car near a police station in the Roshdi district.

Male ibexes fight for their female mate in Ein Gedi nature reserve in Israel

The desert goats were captured on camera at the Ein Gedi nature reserve near the Dead Sea in Israel on Saturday. Incredible images show the creatures fighting during the species' mating season when females are the most fertile. Males fight for the right to breed with their desired female partner by putting their heads together and locking horns. Once the champion is crowned the male and female mate in a process that takes around 30 minutes. The wild creatures rose to prominence in the media during David Attenborough's Planet Earth series.

Liz Hurley's model nephew Miles, 21, has posted a picture of his first steps since he was brutally stabbed following a car crash in south-west London on March 8.

Men with prostate cancer in Britain could benefit from radical radiotherapy that delivers the treatment in just five days instead of the usual 37.

Mystery of the lost love plane: How could a drunken, homesick serviceman steal the giant

For me, the fate of Aircraft 37789 represents one of the greatest mysteries in modern aviation history, and one that I covered as a young reporter for BBC News, writes Michael Cole. That fateful morning, I'd been awoken by a phone call. On the other end of the line was a news editor convinced that a major story was breaking. He was right. I drove the 60 miles from my home near Lowestoft to Mildenhall as quickly as I could, arriving at the base shortly before 7am to be told that the plane had disappeared. A mechanic, Sergeant Paul Meyer (inset with wife Jane), flew off in the mighty Hercules C-130 (pictured), never to be seen alive again.

Airlines face a crackdown on sneaky charges amid fears millions of holidaymakers are still being ripped off. Ministers are poised to launch an official investigation into the price of tickets.

When Bob Mackenzie became the boss of one of Britain's most trusted brands - the Automobile Association - he was considered a very safe pair of hands.

He was recently revealed to be one of the best paid men on the BBC. Yet Nick has hit back at criticism over his whopping pay packet and reasoned that it's an 'imperfect' world we live in,

Soap star John Partridge reveals secret battle with disease that hits six men every day

For actor John Partridge, just one word sums up his discovery that he had testicular cancer: denial. His sudden diagnosis required surgery - which left him with more than 100 stitches and a large scar. Yet for many years the former EastEnders star chose to tell no one what had happened. 'I ignored it,' he says now. 'My way of dealing with it was simply not to deal with it at all. I didn't even tell my mum, who died last year without ever knowing. I feel terrible about that now.'

Every year 21,000 sufferers of conditions like Alzheimer are being reassessed. If they fail to prove their health needs are severe enough, the funding covering their nursing fees is removed.



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Former Love Island stars Jess Shears and Dom Lever were spotted at the opening of the latest Alton Towers attraction after revealing their plans to wed in Mykonos, Greece this summer.

Forget the Boat Race, it's the Goat Race, with Oxford's Hamish winning

The annual Oxford Cambridge Goat Race returned to London for the ninth time today, with the fundraising event held on the same day of the famous university boat competition. The event saw two goats, one representing Oxford and one representing Cambridge, lock horns as they raced around a farm. The lighthearted event took place at Spitalfields City farm in east London with today's race starting at midday.

Golden Labrador puppy named Kaia is seen wearing a seatbelt in her owner's car

An adorable puppy has become a viral sensation after a Twitter user shared a picture of the pooch in a car wearing a seatbelt (left). Eight-week-old Labrador Kaia was snapped putting safety first as she sat belted up while being transported around Clovis, California on Wednesday. Alyssa Rendon, the sister of Kaia's owner Linda (right) posted the picture on Twitter with the caption: 'My sister snapped me this but I feel like it deserves to be seen by so many more.'


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If the boiling water doesn't get him the cigarettes will! Bizarre video shows crawfish hanging onto a can of beer and 'smoking'

A New Orleans crawfish boil is a chance to hang out with your friends, have a beer, maybe a cigarette. But the crawfish is never normally involved in the fun. A video posted to Twitter shows a crawfish hanging off of a beer can, with a cigarette in his claw. The mudbug lifts the cigarette up over and over-- he really looks like he is taking a few puffs of the cigarette.

These adorable Scottish terriers have devised an ingenious way of making sure they all get their fair share of milk. The adorable puppies rotated around the bowl while they lapped up the drink.

Staff were left stunned as the man (pictured) trotted up to the cashier's window of the chain in Beccles, Norfolk. Onlookers said the chain's boss was called and the cheeky diner was sent packing.

He'll do anything for a toy! Freaky moment man is found hiding in a claw machine by two girls 

A man was videoed hiding in a giant claw machine at an arcade. His friends filmed him inside the machine, where he was buried underneath lots of stuffed toys. A young child can be heard saying 'do you know that there's someone in there?'



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