Wolf-whistling builder accused of sexual harassment boasts it has helped him 'snog so many women' and brands his target 'a silly little girl' (but admits he DOES have a girlfriend)

'It's part and parcel of working on a site - now our reputation's been damaged': Builder

Ian Merrett, 28, left, says he is astonished that Poppy Smart, 23, centre and right, did not understand she was being complimented by the men who whistled at her every day for a month as she passed their Worcester construction site, inset, on the way to work. Miss Smart eventually filmed them and asked West Mercia Police to investigate alleged sexual harassment. Officers went to the building site to tell them about the complaint, and the men, including Mr Merrett, agreed to stop it. He said: 'I'm sure if she walks past again and she is lucky she will get wolf-whistled again. I have wolf-whistled so many girls and got so many birds and snogged so many girls off the back of that, and never had a complaint before. Wolf-whistling is part and parcel of working on a site, it's complimenting a girl. We are all hard working people and our reputation has been damaged'.

Hollywood star Chris O'Dowd slams Gatwick Airport after security staff frisked his 'scared' baby son and binned his bottle

Chris O'Dowd's anger at Gatwick Airport after security frisked baby son and binned bottle

The Bridesmaids star expressed his frustration in a sarcastic tweet, saying: 'Some might think body-searching a baby and binning his bottle was over zealous and weird, but not me!' The 35-year-old actor mocked the airport even further by ending the tweet with the hashtag '#ScaryBaby'.

Robert Downey Jr calls Channel 4 presenter Krishnan Guru-Murthy a 'bottom-feeding muckraker' and 'syphilitic parasite' after walking out of interview

The actor, 50,  famously walked out of an interview to promote new movie, Avengers: Age of Ultron earlier this month, after taking offence at his line of questioning which referred to his past drug use.

The £20 camera on your dashboard that cuts your insurance and could prove a crash wasn't your fault

It's one of the most ­infuriating things that can happen to you as a driver. You're in slow ­traffic and a car whizzes up an outside lane and then pushes in front of you.

Macerating, emulsifying, paring and braising: Everyday cooking terms revealed... but what exactly DO they mean?

C8NYJA Woman cooking broccoli looks into the camera

From meat and vegetable cuts and cooking techniques to the difference between a dash, pinch and smidgen, FEMAIL explains all the kitchen terms you should be armed with.

The invisible calories we forget about: How one fifth of a woman's daily calories is in just TWO glasses of wine

The Royal Society for Public Health in England says that the majority of women do not know that two large glasses of wine contains 370 calories, almost a fifth of their daily recommended allowance.

What DOES 100 calories look like? From a third of a muffin to a sliver of cheese, we reveal how much of your favourite foods you can eat...

We reveal what 100 calories looks like in snacks

EXCLUSIVE: Research shows most people underestimate the calories in food and what constitutes a portion. Here, dietitian Helen Bond reveals a range of 100 calorie snacks. Pictured, from left to right, is a quarter of a pain au chocolat, a sliver of cheese, an apple and a handful of grapes, a third of an American blueberry muffin, four peaches, four and a half Brazil nuts, 27 strawberries, three tablespoons of low fat hummus and crudites, three quarters of a can of Coke, eight apricots, an oat cake smeared in a tablespoon of low fat hummus and cucumber slices, and half a bar of chocolate.

Flattery or threat? A woman has complained to police over being wolf whistled by builders. Cue this VERY heated debate...

Poppy Smart complained to police about being wolf whistled at by builders. Here, six women - and two men - give their views on whether wolf whistling is flattering or intimidating...

It's a wonder couples ever get it on! If you want sex with your partner, the magic moment for passion is 7.54am for men... but 11.21pm for women 

A new study has shown that the optimum time for sex for a man is 7.54am compared to 11.21pm for a woman. While the majority of women feel frisky in the evening, men prefer sex before they start their day.

Can't resist the chocolate aisle? Eating an apple before going to the supermarket primes shoppers to buy healthy food

People who ate a bit of apple before going shopping bought 25 per cent more fruits and vegetables and more low calorie foods, researchers from Cornell University discovered.

£8million Lotto winner turns up as usual for his 4am shift at food factory... to hand in his notice 

Philip Dunning 44, from Bo'ness, West Lothian, made the decision to give notice as shift manager at a food plant in his home town within hours after winning £8million in Saturday night's Lotto.

Arsenal fan makes his girlfriend sit an exam about his team... then reveals her prize for scoring 87% is that she won't get dumped

Football fans exam for his girlfriend about his beloved Arsenal goes viral as he reveals

A woman's Arsenal-obsessed boyfriend made her sit an exam about his favourite club. He marked her answers with red pen, giving her an impressive score of 43.5 out of 50, to which he commented, 'Well done Saskia! As a result, I will not be dumping you! (Lucky you)'. Saskia posted snaps of the test to her Twitter account, @saskiaisabxlla, commenting 'Boyfriend made me take an @Arsenal exam!' with emoticons showing she didn't know whether to laugh or cry.

Tied to crosses with cables and shot dead by a 12-man firing squad: Harrowing details emerge of how Bali Nine prisoners refused blindfolds and sang 'Amazing Grace' as they were executed

Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran were tied to crosses with cable ties and refused

The bodies of Bali Nine duo Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran (inset) arrived in Jakarta on Wednesday afternoon (main) after making a 10-hour journey from Cilacap. Their lives came to a violent end after a decade in prison, as it emerged that all eight men shot in the early hours of Wednesday were tied to crosses, refused to wear blindfolds and sang 'Amazing Grace' as the firing squad took aim in a forest clearing on Nusakambangan or 'Death' Island . As the bodies of the men started the sad journey home to Australia in coffins one of the first pictures emerged of Andrew Chan's wedding to Febyanti Herewila which took place in a simple ceremony at Nusakambangan island (top right) two days ago. After news broke that the executions had taken place, family and friends were seen consoling each other (pictured bottom right, Myuran Sukumaran's mother). One of the prisoners killed alongside the two Australians, Zainal Abidin, has already been buried (bottom left).

Eating a western diet for just TWO WEEKS raises colon cancer risks: US-African diet swap reveals damaging impact of junk food

Africans who started eating American foods rich in animal proteins and fats saw their risks of getting colon cancer rise in just a fortnight, according to a study led by Imperial College London.

Are YOU an emotional eater? Find out in this quiz - then break the habit to boost your inner glow

All this week, AMELIA FREER - nutritionist to the stars and author of bestseller Eat. Nourish. Glow. - shows how to change the way you eat. Today, how to achieve grace around food...

Cocaine-fuelled unlicensed teenage driver killed 16-year-old passenger by smashing into wall after 120mph 'Fast and Furious' chase

Facebook picture (from an open profile) of Elise Kelly.
Paul Lace and Alan Shinton have been jailed over the crash. Elise Kelly was named as the 16-year-old girl who died following a collision in Wigan, Greater Manchester. At around 3.30am on Saturday 7 March 2015 a blue BMW 323i was in collision with a bollard and a garden wall on Warrington Road in Wigan. The driver of the vehicle, a 17-year-old boy, was arrested on suspicion of drink driving and has been bailed pending further enquiries. The 16-year-old girl, who was a passenger in the car, was seriously injured and sadly died in hospital.

Paul Lace, 17, was high on cocaine when he crashed a friend's BMW, killing 16-year-old Elise Kelly, pictured, after speeding away from a police car in Wigan, Greater Manchester.

The man who loved a duck more than his wife: That's what four-time-wed Keith Harris joked about his love life. But then much of his humour with Orville drew on his own pain

Keith, who has died aged 67, had a sad end. But perhaps it was inevitable that a career built around a duck with a broken heart would be bittersweet, writes CHRISTOPHER STEVENS.

Will this British woman be next to face the firing squad? Grandmother on death row in Bali condemns ''brutal deaths' of fellow prisoners shot dead on Execution Island 

British grandmother Lindsay Sandiford fears she is next after Bali Nine duo execution

A British grandmother on death row in Bali for smuggling cocaine has accepted her fate and said she 'feels like just giving up' in the wake of the execution of the Bali Nine ringleaders. Australian duo Andrew Chan, 31, and Myuran Sukumaran, 33, were executed along with six other prisoners by an Indonesian firing squad. Lindsay Sandiford, 58, from Cheltenham, now fears she will be the next to face the firing squad and said she 'just wants to get it over with'.

The Sturgeon surge goes on: SNP now on course to win EVERY seat in Scotland after soaring to 54% in the polls as Labour support collapses

SNP on course to win EVERY seat in Scotland after surging to 54% in the polls as Labour

Nicola Sturgeon's party has seen its support surge 34 per cent ahead of Labour, according to a bombshell poll published by Ipsos MORI this morning. Labour leader in Scotland Jim Murphy admitted the survey was a 'blow' - and claimed David Cameron would be 'uncorking the Champagne'. If the result was replicated on May 7, Ms Sturgeon - pictured at a rally in Glasgow this morning - would win all 59 of Scotland's seats, up from just six today. It would mean Labour losing all 40 of its MPs north of the border - ending any hopes of Ed Miliband winning an outright majority.

Two phonies fighting to be the most mockney: QUENTIN LETTS is frozen in fascination as he witnesses a Leftie love-in

Ed Miliband went on an amazing telly offensive last night - amazingly saccharine and yankeedoodle, that is. It was so sugary, I felt a little diabetic high coming on writes.

Why won't the Tories let Gove off the leash? ANDREW PIERCE on the stories the spin doctors DON'T want you to read 

Michael Gove, one of the most accomplished media performers at Westminster, was demoted from Education Secretary to Chief Whip... writes ANDREW PIERCE

Cameron's taxes pledge: I'll outlaw any rise in VAT, income tax and national insurance for five years 

Putting tax at the heart of the Conservative pitch for victory in next week's General Election, the Prime Minister will say voters face their biggest choice on the economy 'for a generation'.

Labour WILL increase the amount workers can earn before paying 40p rate, Balls vows after fears of a middle class tax raid

(From the left) Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls, Labour party leader Ed Miliband and Shadow Works and Pensions Secretary Rachel Reeves speak at the Royal Institute of British Architects in London, where they discussed family finances. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Wednesday April 29, 2015. Family finances have taken centre stage in the General Election battle, with David Cameron pledging not to increase the three main taxes paid by households. Meanwhile Ed Miliband accused Conservatives of planning a £3.8 billion raid on tax credits for the lower-paid. See PA story ELECTION Main. Photo credit should read: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Labour's shadow chancellor surprised the Tories with a promise that the threshold would be increased at least in line with inflation every year and would 'like to go further'.

Do you really want this clown ruling us? And no we don't mean the one on the left: 'Pathetic' Miliband savaged for Russell Brand video stunt

Ed Miliband savaged for Russell Brand video stunt

Labour leader Ed Miliband has taken a high risk gamble with his election chances by being interviewed by comedian and self-styled revolutionary Russell Brand. In a trailer released tonight, Mr Miliband is seen walking up the stairs (pictured left) into Brand's loft-style home in Hoxton, east London. In the interview, filmed inside the comic's three-bedroom apartment (pictured), Brand challenges him to take action on global tax avoidance at a time when workers are paying 10 times as much tax as firms like Amazon.

Truth about Labour and immigration: 90% of households established at height of open-door policy headed by a migrant 

Thousands of Romanian immigrants queued round the block in a British city today - so they could vote in their country's presidential election.
They waited for hours in Portsmouth, Hants, to cast their vote in a run-off pitting the social democrat prime minister against a centre-right candidate.
Prime Minister Victor Ponta led in the first round with 40 per cent to 30 per cent for Klaus Iohannis, an ethnic German mayor.
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Between 1997 and last year, 65 per cent of the country's 2.7million extra housing units were headed by a foreigner. And in the peak period - 2005 to 2009 - the figure rose to a staggering 89 per cent.

SARAH VINE: Sturgeon's wrong but I do admire her 

Everything about SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon (pictured) says makes my blood boil, and yet there is something about the woman that I find utterly compelling, writes SARAH VINE.

Miliband the Movie: Labour leader hires Bourne director to film intimate 'portrait' to convince voters he is fit to be PM

Miliband the Movie

The five-minute party political broadcast was produced by the Labour-supporting Hollywood director Paul Greengrass, who teamed up with Matt Damon for the hit Bourne movies.

Every child at primary school to have free school meals under Lib Dem plan to save families £400-a-year

Mandatory Credit: Photo by James Gourley/REX Shutterstock (4725016d)
 The Deputy Prime Minister and Leader of the Liberal Democrats Nick Clegg met quadruple amputee Harmonie Rose and her family to talk about the 'Hope 4 Harmonie' campaign and the need for NHS availabilty of a meningitis B vaccine.
 Liberal Democrats general election campaigning, Bath, Britain - 28 Apr 2015

Nikc Clegg today announces that the party would spend more than £1billion a year on giving 'healthy' lunches to all pupils up to age 11 regardless of their parents' ability to pay.

BBC accused of 'anti-Tory bias' by Culture Secretary Sajid Javid who threatens review of how the Corporation is governed

Senior Tories have been increasingly frustrated by what they claim is a Left-leaning slant to much of the BBC's coverage, which Mr Javid said sometimes left him thinking: 'What was that?

Watch out Westminster! 'Selfie queen' Karen Danczuk reveals she wants to be an MP to bring Parliament 'back to reality'

The glamorous Labour councillor, who shot to fame after posting a string of selfie photographs on Twitter (right), said Parliament needed people like her 'to bring it back down to reality'.

Marines ambushed and battered man having affair with one of their wives: Pair face jail after 'military exercise' that left victim fearing he'd die

Royal Marine Lee Craven and Steven Walters face jail over attack in Devon

Lee Craven, 34, and Steven Walters, 37, face jail after being found guilty of the attack in Kennford, Devon, on Kenneth Churchill (right) - another former Marine, who was seeing Craven's wife, Zara (left). Their plan involved surveillance, tailing 29-year-old Mr Churchill's car, then ambushing him in a car park with a beating so violent he thought he was 'going to die'. A court heard the attack was in revenge for Mr Churchill having an affair with model Mrs Craven while her husband was on an anti-piracy patrol in the Indian Ocean for a private security firm.

Revealed: How US 'house of horrors' kidnapper had collection of breastfeeding porn, named his private parts 'Charlie' and kept a female mannequin dressed in a fishnet tank top

Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus described in their recently-published memoir how Castro raped them over and over each day, forcing them to watch while he attacked the other girls at his Cleveland home.

Jimmy Savile abused 23 youngsters at school for emotionally disturbed teenage girls after being granted 'unrestricted and largely unsupervised' access 

Surrey Police has investigated the activities of the TV personality, who was given access to Duncroft School in Staines, Surrey, which he visited at least 16 times between 1974 and 1979

Sainsbury's boss sentenced in his absence to two years in Egyptian jail over supermarket's failed Middle Eastern venture more than a decade ago

Undated handout photo issued by Sainsbury's of their CEO Mike Coupe, who has been caught up in a bizarre legal drama in Egypt which has seen him sentenced in his absence to two years in jail, it emerged today. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday April 29, 2015. The case relates to what the supermarket refers to as a "historic commercial dispute" dating back 14 years, before Mr Coupe worked for the company. The charge apparently alleges a form of embezzlement. Sainsbury's said it strongly denied all allegations against it. See PA story CITY Sainsbury. Photo credit should read: Graham Flack/Sainsbury's/PA Wire
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Chief executive Mike Coupe was handed the sentence after former Sainsbury's business partner Amr el-Nasharty, an Egyptian, claimed Mr Coupe had tried to seize money from him last year.

Nigerian army rescues 200 girls and 93 women who were kidnapped by Boko Haram

The release of the girls and women came during a military operation to wrest back the Sambisa Forest from the Islamist terror group, the Nigerian Army confirmed last night.

You won't win, Oxford student tells man who sexually assaulted her: Haunting open letter reveals agony of woman, 20, who was attacked by a teen outside her house

You won't win, Oxford student Ione Wells tells man who sexually assaulted her

Ione Wells, 20, penned the 800-word letter titled 'A letter to my assaulter' after she was pounced upon by a teenager outside her home in Camden, north London while walking back home. The English literature student waived her anonymity to publish it as part of a campaign by the Oxford University newspaper to encourage people to speak out against sexual assault.

'Use this to visit your son': Generous diner reduces waitress to tears after leaving her a $200 tip and handwritten note after overhearing her say she missed her child

Generous diner reduces waitress to tears after leaving her a $200 tip

The US waitress, known only as Brandi, was left in tears after the diner left her the hefty tip and a kind note - despite spending only $9.34 (£6) on their meal. The satisfied diner wrote on the back of the restaurant bill: 'Brandi, Thank you for your service. I overheard you talking about your son. Use this and visit him.'

Tourist is trampled to death by a giraffe while cycling through South African game reserve during family holiday 

The body of Braam Bosse, 45, was found next to his bike near Bela Bela in Limpopo province with injuries police say are consistent with being trampled.

Let me through, I'm a cop! Dozens of police officers discplined for abusing their warrant cards to get into bars and football matches and blag free train travel 

Metropolitan Police officers have used their warrant cards to get into nightclubs, travel on first class rail services and even con their way into football matches while drunk according to new figures.

Bridge... or rollercoaster? Japan's terrifying road is enough to give the most confident driver nightmares

Japan's Eshima Ohashi bridge could give most confident driver nightmares

The Eshima Ohashi bridge in Japan - the third largest of its kind in the world - rises sharply so ships can pass underneath. The concrete road bridge, pictured, spans a mile across Lake Nakaumi, linking the cities of Matsue and Sakaiminato.The two-lane concrete road bridge stretches 1.7km or just over 1 mile long and has a width of 11.4 metres making it the largest rigid frame bridge in Japan and the third largest in the world.

Father of two children who died from carbon monoxide poisoning during Corfu holiday is still 'paralysed with guilt over deaths on his watch' 

Neil Shepherd, 46, was on holiday with his children, Christi, seven, and Bobby, six, (pictured) when deadly fumes from a faulty boiler seeped into their chalet at the four star Louis Corcyra Beach Hotel.

Ministers' shame over killer salt: Government's sabotage of drive to cut intake has cost 6,000 lives, say doctors

Efforts to reduce the amount of salt in food has been stalled and thousands of lives may have been lost, the group of experts has warned. The ultimate aim of the salt targets was to reduce intake to 6g per day

Experts say replacing the life-saving scheme with the 'responsibility deal' - set up under Andrew Lansley and which focused on health initiatives led by the food industry - was a 'major step backwards'.

Retired Danish women are the happiest in Europe, study finds - thanks to high pensions, plenty of hobbies and hardly any childminding

Danish women, aged between 65 and 74, achieved a happiness score of 8.6 out of a possible 10, making them the happiest people in all of Europe.

Village in Normandy lures British homeowners by offering land at just one euro per square metre

As Britain is gripped by a chronic shortage of affordable homes, one village across the Channel in Normandy is offering plots of land for sale for just €1 per square metre.

Shouldn't you be putting your feet up? Heavily pregnant Kate - who is four days overdue - drives away from Buckingham Palace after taking George for a dip in the Queen's pool

Kate Middleton and Prince George leave Buckingham Palace after dip in Queen's pool

EXCLUSIVE: Kate (right), whose second baby was due on Saturday, popped into Buckingham Palace for a dip in the Queen's pool with her son, Prince George, this morning. Accompanied by up to five bodyguards, the royal mother-to-be drove herself in through the gates (left), with her son and what appeared to be his nanny, Maria Borrallo, in the rear of the car. As revealed by the Mail last year, Kate is a frequent visitor to Buckingham Palace's covered pool, used by members of the royal family and staff, where she is teaching George, aged 21 months, to swim. Also pictured (inset): The scene outside the private Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital in Paddington, central London, where some royal fans have been waiting for the new baby for more than a week.

She's as grand as any royal-born, has won plaudits for her style and is mother to the heir (and soon the spare): How four years of marriage have transformed Kate Middleton

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge married four years ago today but the intervening months have wrought quite the transformation on the middle class girl once known as Kate Middleton.

BLIND footballer scores sensational goal after cruising past three defenders and firing ball into bottom corner

Blind French footballer Yvan Wouandji, 21, picked up the ball in his own half and cruised past three defenders to fire it into the back of the net in a match winning strike against a German team.

'This is getting worse': Final message from British crew of Cheeki Rafiki yacht as they battled FIVE METRE waves in Atlantic - an hour before it capsized killing them all 

The captain of the doomed Cheeki Rafiki said: 'This is getting worse' an hour before the yacht capsized, it has emerged. Four British sailors were lost in the disaster in the Atlantic ocean in May 2014.

First Great Western passengers make horrendous discovery on train when they pound the seats and create a DUST storm

A group of boys made a horrendous discovery when they began pounding a seat on a First Great Western train and were met by a huge cloud of dust.

Bride breaks down in tears on her big day after discovering her dream £115 three-tier wedding cake was MOULDY

Bride breaks down in tears on her big day after discovering her dream £115 three-tier

Rachael Goodman, 18, from Stockton, paid £115 for the three-tier sponge for her big day with Chris (pictured together left with daughter Lillie Jane), 24, which was held at the Sporting Lodge, Low Land, Middlesbrough. The mother-of-one (pictured right with husband Chris on their wedding day) had been talking about her dream wedding for months, telling her fiance: 'I want that cake!' However, when the celebrations began, the couple struggled to cut the 'hard' cake. And when staff took it away to cut, they were horrified to discover what appeared to be mould (inset).

Britain faces Bank Holiday gridlock: Works on major motorways will affect 14.5million cars set to hit the roads and rail network will also be affected by large scale shut down


Travellers face lengthy traffic jams on three of the biggest motorways in the country - the M6 in Birmingham, the M1 in Bedfordshire and the M40 in Oxfordshire - over the Bank Holiday weekend.

Keep your background blurry, never use a flash and DON'T overuse filters: How to turn your dull food images into Instagram food porn in 12 simple steps

From simple tips such as transforming the shape of your food, to the slightly more complicated method of framing your picture, FEMAIL speaks to photographer Denis Yaux to get some pointers.

Saudi king removes his half-brother as crown prince and replaces him with counterterrorism czar following arrest of 93 suspected ISIS members 

Saudi Arabia's King Salman named counter terrorism czar Prince Mohammed bin Nayef (pictured) as his new crown prince, following news 93 people were arrested for links to ISIS.

Kim Jong-un has had 15 officials executed for 'not respecting his authority' and complaining about his policies during 2015, say South Korean spies

North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (R) claps as he attends the unveiling ceremony of two statues of former leaders Kim Il-Sung and Kim Jong-Il in Pyongyang on April 13, 2012.  

North Korea's new leader Kim Jong-Un on April 13 led a mass rally for his late father and grandfather following the country's failed rocket launch. 

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Those executed included two vice minister-level officials, the Yonhap news agency reported, citing legislators who attended a briefing by the National Intelligence Service in South Korea.

Is the 'grow your own' facelift the new anti-ageing saviour? Nancy Sorrell, 40, tries out collagen-boosting treatment that takes 30 minutes and claims to last FOUR YEARS

Is the 'grow your own' facelift the new anti-ageing saviour? Nancy Sorrell, 40, tries out

The glamorous blonde, who has twins with 55-year-old comedian Vic Reeves, wanted to be able to do the school run make-up free so chose to undergo a 'grow your own' facelift dermal filler procedure. The non-invasive treatment claims to plump up the skin, add volume and smooth out lines and wrinkles, and last for up to four years.

Want to nail that perfect job? Get a manicure before your interview 

If you're a woman, it seems impressing an employer is can be more about having a flawless manicure. Yesterday a panel of professionals admitted that they judged interview appearance.

Axing one-way streets will cut car crashes: Accidents fall by 60 per cent on roads converted to two-way traffic

Scrapping one-way streets could reduce accident and crime rates, a study suggests. The number of accidents fell by up to 60 per cent on roads converted to two-way traffic, it found.

Couple sues after their engagement photo is used as the cover of softcore porn book 'A Gronking To Remember' without permission

A Gronking to Remember, the first book in Lacey Noonan?s erotic novel series about Patriots tight end and white Shrek Rob ?Gronk? Gronkowski, arrived in January to thrill a nation hopped up on playoff football and Fifty Shades of Grey. But it did not thrill one couple, whose engagement photo was featured on its cover, next to Gronk?s approving, possibly horny smile.

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The couple claims in an Ohio lawsuit that Noonan, as well as Apple, Amazon and Barnes & Noble, who sold the book online, used the copyrighted photograph without permission, and profited by casting them in a ?less than tasteful,? ?offensive? light.

The Ohio couple say the risque e-book - about a housewife's sexual fantasies about New England Patriots player Rob Gronkowski - has caused them 'ridicule and embarrassment'.

Scarlett Johansson reveals her family was forced to survive on public assistance meals as she campaigns to end child hunger

Before she was earning $20million for her role in The Avengers movies, her 'family grew up relying on public assistance to help provide meals for our family,' the actress said in a statement.

The Naomi Campbell of the plus-size modelling industry: Size 18 woman lands major fashion campaigns and a starring role in Jay Z's music video

Size 18 Liris Crosse, 'the Naomi Campbell' lands major fashion campaigns

Liris, 32, who grew up in Baltimore, Maryland, shared her journey to the top with FEMAIL and recalls how she wanted to break into the modelling world since she was a young girl who idolises Naomi Campbell, inset. After landing top campaigns Stateside, the UK is noticing her talents and she recently walked in plus size fashion week, where she was snapped up by Evans.

Are you beach ready? YES you are, says weight-loss doctor - but she warns the nation's bulging waistline is JUST as dangerous

Dr Sally Norton, a weight-loss expert, agrees the Protein World advert showing a super-slim Renee Somerfield alongside the question, 'Are you beach body ready?' is irresponsible.

Forget sexism. The real danger in the poster is the protein powder it pushes to women, writes JOHN NAISH

The ad campaign for Protein World's weight-loss range sparked angry complaints that women are being held to unrealistic physical standards with some posters in London being defaced.

'Remembering L'Wren on her birthday': Former boyfriend Mick Jagger posts touching tribute to the late designer on what would have been her 51st

remembering L'Wren on her birthday

The Rolling Stones rocker took to Twitter to mark his late girlfriend's birthday after she committed suicide in March 2014. He said he was remembering her as he took off to North America for a new tour.

Watchdog says nude Cara poster is NOT offensive... but bans it near schools: Advertisement 'does not degrade or objectify women' ASA rules

The Advertising Standards Authority received two complaints after the huge poster appeared on a hoarding above a shop on the corner of Brick Lane, in East London.

Baltimore mother who chased her son home after catching him rioting tells how she 'just lost it' when she saw him

Toya Graham Baltimore mom speaks out after dragging son Michael, 16, from riot

Toya Graham (left) is being hailed for doing her part after a video emerged Monday.She saw her only son Michael throwing rocks at police on TV and then tracked him down. Police Commissioner Anthony Batts praised the mom at a press conference. The boy was dressed in all black and had a black ski mask covering his face (right). The son struggled to get away from Graham as a crowd of rioters looked on. Graham went to high school about ten minutes away from where Freddie Gray was arrested. She works as an assistant manager at an alcohol and drug treatment center.

'Just call them n*****s': Baltimore city councilman lashes out at CNN anchor for referring to rioters as 'thugs'

Erin Burnett was speaking to Carl Stokes on Tuesday about saying the word thug.Stokes told her not to call the protesters thugs and instead 'call them n*****s'.

'Just beat it': Michael Jackson impersonator offers a moment of light (and bizarre) relief by moonwalking the streets of Baltimore during the riots

Dimitri Reeves did his best King of Pop impersonation on Monday. While the riots raged around him, Reeves captured attention with his flashy moves. He inspired others to join him and dance to hits like Smooth Criminal.

Nepal earthquake survivor is pulled from rubble after 82 hours trapped in collapsed hotel and reveals he drank his own urine to stay alive as he lay next to dead bodies

Nepal earthquake survivor is pulled from rubble after 82 hours trapped

Rishi Khanal, 27, had just finished lunch at the hotel in Kathmandu and had gone up to the second floor when the 7.8-magnitude quake caused the building to crumble around him. He was struck by falling masonry and trapped with his foot crushed under rubble. Speaking from his hospital bed, surrounded by his family, he said: 'I had some hope but by yesterday I'd given up. My nails went all white and my lips cracked... I was sure no one was coming for me.' He was surrounded by dead people and a terrible smell. But he kept banging on the rubble all around him and eventually this brought a French rescue team that extracted him after an operation lasting many hours.

Race against time to save UK student in Nepal after friend says her group is trapped without food and water

Susannah Ross (pictured), 20, from Bath, is among a group of trekkers left stranded in the Langtang valley in the north of the country. The death toll from the quake has risen to over 5,000.

Before and after photographs show the devastation wrought by Nepal's earthquake which left thousands homeless

Satellite images of Kathmandu in Nepal taken before and after the devastating earthquake hit on Saturday have revealed how the city's landscape has changed.

Luxury hotel in Nepal 'refuses to offer rooms or gardens to homeless locals while keeping its exclusive resort open to wealthy tourists', claims furious Sherpa 

Mountain guide Ang Tshering Lama claimed luxury hotel Hyatt Regency in Kathmandu were only letting 'a few rich people and westerners' in to seek sanctuary in its 37 acres of open land.

British money and aid pour into Nepal: Hundreds of thousands of pounds donated to help ease the plight of earthquake victims 

Sita Karka, suffering two broken legs from Saturday's massive earthquake, arrives by helicopter from the heavily-damaged Ranachour village at a landing zone in the town of Gorkha, Nepal, Tuesday, April 28, 2015. Helicopters crisscrossed the skies above the high mountains of Gorkha district on Tuesday near the epicenter of the weekend earthquake, ferrying the injured to clinics, and taking emergency supplies back to remote villages devastated by the disaster. (AP Photo/Wally Santana)

Within hours of actress Joanna Lumley making the televised appeal on behalf of the Disasters Emergency Committee, money was said to be pouring in to help the victims in Nepal.



A former professional basketballer, Taylor Swift's best friend and a lady with a brown belt in karate: Meet the new Victoria's Secret Angels who've been gifted their wings

Victoria's Secret Angels: Meet the angels who've been gifted their wings

Victoria's Secret is about to get even bigger - and hotter - after adding ten new Angels to its coveted roster. The lingerie giant announced on Tuesday that they are adding ten models to their Supermodel Angels, where they will be joining already established Angels Lily Aldridge, Alessandra Ambrosio, Adriana Lima, Behati Prinsloo, and Candice Swanepoel. The new roster includes the likes of Elsa Hosk, Stella Maxwell, Martha Hunt, Romee Strijd and Jasmine Tookes.

Man, 56, accused of removing women's teeth during sex because he liked 'gummy ladies'

New Zealander Philip Lyle Hansen, 56, has pleaded not guilty to 11 charges, including unlawful sexual connection, after women accused him of removing their teeth during sex.

Lawyer with secret gambling addiction who stole £150,000 from his clients because he was being 'blackmailed by a mystery woman' is jailed for three years 

Steven Shepherd, pictured, who co-founded Shepherd Evans and Solicitors in Macclesfield, Cheshire, forged documents and told 'bare faced lies' in order to conceal the fraud.

Police invite members of the public to attend funeral of unknown six-week-old baby boy whose body was found in Edinburgh 

Over a year after the 'unknown' baby boy was found wrapped in a blanket on a path in Edinburgh he is set to be laid to rest and Police Scotland have appealed to the community to attend the service.

Cocaine causes 'profound changes' in brain that makes addicts more likely to relapse, scientists warn 

University of East Anglia researcher Peter McCormick (CORR) said that in tests on rats, just one shot of cocaine can completely change the brain architecture.

Father won custody of daughter, four, to get benefits... then three months later 'lost his temper and beat her to death'

Carl Wheatley 'lost his temper and beat his daughter to death'

Carl Wheatley, 31, denies murdering his daughter Alexa-Marie (pictured) at his home in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, in March last year. He is on trial at St Albans Crown Court accused of beating the four-year-old to death. Wheatley (right), who previously worked as a stock re-filler at Asda, has admitted manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility but denies murder. His daughter died from 'extreme blunt force trauma', the court heard, after being subjected to 'sustained, persistent hard hitting'.

Parents of summer-born babies to get the right to delay entry to school, under new Tory plans 

School children in a classroom.


Education Secretary Nicky Morgan said one of the first things she will do if the Conservatives win the election is review the rules which have seen some councils putting obstacles in parents' way.

Today's pop videos? Too sexy, says 60s siren Nancy Sinatra as she slams raunchy stars 

Singer Nancy Sinatra has delivered a withering verdict of modern music, claiming the performances of female stars are overly sexualised.

Woman reveals her five-year-old daughter saved her life by calling an ambulance when she had a seizure... now she urges other mums to teach their children to dial 999

Ellemae Addison, now nine from Warrington, Cheshire, called 999 and let paramedics into the house to help her mother Loretta, 28, and then showed a policeman how to bottle-feed her sister.

Why breastfeeding could reduce your chances of breast cancer

Scientists found that breastfeeding protected against the most common genetic type of breast cancer - luminal subtype A, which accounts for 40 per cent of cases in the UK - but not the rarer forms.

Where are the affordable homes? New study reveals chronic shortage of two-bedroom homes is shutting first time buyers out the market 

Fewer than a fifth of homes on sale in England would be suitable and affordable for a working family trying to get on the property ladder, according to a new study by housing charity Shelter.

'Victims' call for review of DPP decision not to charge Lord Janner with alleged child sex offences because of Alzheimer's  

The Director of Public Prosecutions provoked outrage by ruling that Janner, 86, should not face trial. But a solicitor for several of the peer's accusers has requested the CPS think again.

With Red Ed knocking on the door of 10 Downing Street is it time to sell, sell, sell?

It took more than 16 years for the stock market to pass its previous all-time high, but having hit that mark of 6,930 on ­February 24, it has continued to set new records.

Labour's Hodge 'had £1.5m shares in offshore tax haven': Senior politician accused of hypocrisy following earlier fierce criticism of tax avoidance

Chairman of the Commons public account committee Margaret Hodge allegedly benefited from a scheme that lets wealthy Britons move undeclared assets back to the UK without facing criminal action.

Jailed model who set a honey trap to lure high-rolling gambler to his 'pitiless and wicked' death is 'targeted by gangsters' after naming victim's killers

Leonie Granger - who was seen kissing Mehmet Hassan before he was beaten to death - named her boyfriend Kyrron Jackson and his friend Nicholas Chandler as Mr Hassan's killers

How sons really CAN break a mum's heart: Working mothers are at greater risk of heart disease and heart attack if they have boys

Although it isn't clear why, scientists at Turin University in Italy think it may be because sons are less likely to pull their weight at home by helping with the housework.

Now that's taking a shot at goal! Fan strips to his undies and streaks across pitch to get a selfie with his team's keeper 

Now that's taking a shot at the goal! Fan strips to his undies and streaks across the

Video footage shows the streaker, clad in only his white boxer shorts and dark socks, race down the pitch during Southport's match with Welling United at their Park View Road stadium in south east London. As he reached the far end, the fan then grabbed a cheeky selfie with Southport's on-loan 'keeper Tony Thompson - much to the amusement of the 1,000 plus crowd.

Twitter in meltdown: Stock tumbles 18% after disappointing figures accidentally released early in online gaffe

The Twitter logo is displayed on a mobile device as the company announced it's initial public offering and debut on the New York Stock Exchange on November 7, 2013 in London, England. 
Twitter went public on the NYSE opening at USD 26 per share, valuing the company's worth at an estimated USD 18 billion.  

LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 07:  In this photo illustration, 
(Photo by Bethany Clarke/Getty Images)

The San Francisco social media company which was scheduled to report its results after the market closed on Tuesday has now officially released the earnings.

Average UK house price hits record high above £190k as annual property inflation picks up again

Sale signs displayed outside houses in London, England. 
House sellers' asking prices in London, Cambridgeshire, Berkshire and Surrey have made the strongest gains since the financial crisis struck, while those in County Durham, the Isle of Wight, West Yorkshire and Teesside have the furthest distance still to recover, according to a property website.

PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Friday August 22, 2014. With an average price tag of £1.5 million, average asking prices in central London and the City now tower 41.9% above the levels seen when the housing market was at its pre-crisis peak in May 2008, Rightmove has found. West London, which like central London has been a strong pull for wealthy overseas investors, has seen the next strongest price growth since the previous peak of the market, with average property asking prices now standing at £564,192, which is 41.7% higher than in May 2008. See PA story MONEY Prices. Photo credit should read: Yui Mok/PA Wire

The average price now stands at £193,048, which represents an increase of £3,594 or 1 per cent on last month - the largest monthly increase since June last year.

Village fights... to use its own name: Residents association on Copthorne was threatened with legal action by a multinational hotel chain 

Brand protection officers from Millennium and Copthorne Hotels wrote to the village of Copthorne in West Sussex demanding its web domain name be removed as it was their registered trademark.

Beijing unveils plans for the biggest airport terminal in the world... and it's set to handle 45million passengers a year

Opening in 2018, the gigantic Terminal 1 at Beijing International Airport will cover 700,000 square metres, and is set to handle 45 million passengers a year.

'Things were so bad I wanted to hang myself from cell door': Former Leeds United chief has spent a year in Dubai jail and lost an astonishing seven stone... yet still no trial

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MATT LAWTON - SPECIAL REPORT: David Haigh has borrowed a device off a prison guard to make the call on Skype. He has no idea if he will get five minutes or 40 to tell his extraordinary story.

Archaeologists begin work on rebuilding the church where Pocahontas married John Rolfe in 1614

Historians are reconstructing part of the building in Jamestown, Virginia, where English tobacco planter John Rolfe married Pocahontas, the daughter of a powerful Native American chief.

'You're dead! I'm going to put you in the oven you total s***!': Furious father's hilarious Homer Simpson-like rant over store Tannoy system after his son wanders off and gets lost

'You're dead! I'm going to put you in the oven you total s***!': Furious father's

Mobile phone footage has emerged of a French dad deciding that the only course of action to take after his son went missing in a shop was to reprimand him over the public address system. The clip shows him screaming 'Karim, Karim, I will put you in the oven if you keep doing this'. The shop keeper who was on the microphone backs away, perhaps in shock. The father continues: 'We don't have time for this s***. You either come or you clear off. You're a wasted child. Karim if I don't find you, I'm going to kill you. You're a dead man. You get on my nerves.'

Bizarre moment Kurt Cobain dressed up as Hitler in a wedding dress to defend his 'hag' wife Courtney Love in never-before-seen video footage

Fans of Nirvana have long been polarized by frontman Kurt Cobain's relationship with Courtney Love, but a clip from the documentary Montage of Heck shows the bizarre lengths Cobain went to to defend Love.

Fiona Bruce back on BBC payroll after broadcaster's pledge to clamp down on top stars being paid through private companies 

It emerged last night Miss Bruce, pictured, has issued a 'winding up' order to close Paradox Productions Two, which she set up in 2009, saying she is 'no longer required by the BBC to have a limited company'.

Pensioner died of stroke after yobs kicked and beat him so badly with baseball bats his legs had to be amputated 

Keith Alder, 68, was left for dead when he was brutally beaten with baseball bats and kicked unconscious in the horrific attack in October 2011 on his driveway in Great Horton, Bradford.

Chemo brain is real: Researchers find first evidence cancer treatment can lead to chronically wandering mind 


The negative cognitive effects of the cancer treatment have long been suspected, but the University of British Colombia study is the first to explain it.

'Lonely' 11-year-old boy receives hundreds of birthday cards from around the world after his mother's Facebook plea for STRANGERS to write to him goes viral

'Lonely' 11-year-old boy receives hundreds of birthday cards from around the world after

Molly Mole, 42, from Devon, revealed on Facebook (right) how her son, Roman (pictured together left), had no friends and cried himself to sleep. Roman has now received 200 cards from around the world (inset) and a parcel from NASA. Molly, a teacher, decided to put out the appeal after Roman faced another friendless birthday party. She said: 'In seven years he has only had one party invite. I completely understand that it costs a lot of money to host parties, so kids only want their best friends there. In the past I have even offered to pay but that didn't work. He would come home crying from school every day, it really upsets him that he doesn't have any friends.'

Council bosses accused of wasting taxpayers' money by prosecuting sick woman who took shortcut through cemetery with her pet dog

Jill Eyre, 47, branded council bosses in Darlington, Co Durham, 'heavy handed' after they took her to court, but they say she was warned 'several times' about taking her pet into the cemetery.

Tragedy of woman who couldn't cope with half a million pound lottery win: Friends describe windfall as 'the worst thing that ever happened to her'

An inquest into the death of Helen Ford, 54, (pictured) from Penarth, near Cardiff, was told she had struggled to manage her finances after winning £500,000 on a scratchcard in 2003.

TV presenter who lavished £100,000 on new baby twins 'failed to pay child maintenance for children from his previous relationship'

Dan Hill, who lives near Guildford in Surrey and appears on the auction show Storage Hunters UK on digital channel Dave, has told of shopping in Harrods for goodies for Isabella and Jacob.

FA Cup to be renamed 'Emirates FA Cup' as part of three-year £30m sponsorship deal

Arsene Wenger manager of Arsenal (R) lifts the trophy in celebration alongside Lukas Podolski (L), Mikel Arteta (2L) and Thomas Vermaelen (2R) after the FA Cup with Budweiser Final match between Arsenal and Hull City at Wembley Stadium on May 17, 2014 in London, England.  (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)

The FA are understood to have secured a three-year contract with Emirates Airlines to sponsor the oldest football knockout competition in the world, pictured here in the hands of last year's winning manager Arsene Wenger.

Bump and grind: Sister gets the shock of her life when her little brother performs amazing dance moves behind her back while she sings Robin Thicke 

Sister shocked when brother performs amazing dance moves as she sings

It is every big sister's worst nightmare. A young woman showed off some amazing pipes as she performed Robin Thicke's Lost Without You in a video she posted to Facebook, but it was someone else who ended up stealing the show. That person, who showed off some very impressive dance moves, was her little brother.

Wet and wild: Photographer spends decade documenting the weird and wonderful world of swamp buggy racing 

Malcolm Lightner now lives in New York but was brought up in a trailer park in Naples, Florida, just a street away from the first official race that started the sport.

We're fed up with boomerang kids... say the parents: Offspring returning home as 'expensive lazy' adults after university puts strain on family bonds 

Two million men and a million women aged 20 to 35 live in their parents' homes and the boomerang army has grown by more than 20 per cent since 1997, according to new statistics.

It's a purr-fect fit! The cat who can squeeze himself into his owner's tiny fish bowl

A purr-fect fit! Pet cat loves squeezing itself into owner's tiny fish bowl

The video, uploaded by a YouTube user believed to be located in Russia, shows the fluffy grey cat's several attempts - and fails - to get into the bowl, before it finally succeeds with all four paws and its head inside it. A swift move in the bowl, and the tail fits in as well, the cat lying snugly in its new hideout. However, judging by the look the cat gives its owner from inside the bowl, it quickly had second thoughts about its less-than-roomy glass nest.

US Air Force refuelling jet that disappeared off radar over English Channel lands safely at British base

The Boeing KC-135R Stratotanker left Amiens in northern France at 0.05am local time (11.05pm BST) and was last reported on a flight tracking website between Dover and Calais 15 minutes later.

The best games ever revealed: Angry Birds set to battle Sonic, Mario and Minecraft to enter 'Hall of Fame'


Fifteen video games that have engrossed gamers for untold hours were named finalists Tuesday for the new World Video Game Hall of Fame in Rochester.

Terrifying moment robbers repeatedly hacked shopkeeper's head with a MACHETE as he bravely tried to defend his store 

Shocking moment armed robbers hack shopkeeper's head with a MACHETE

The footage shows two masked men burst into a convenience shop in the Monton area of Salford last month before demanding the till be opened. After the shopkeeper pulled out a baseball bat, he was attacked by the two men, one of whom repeatedly struck him on the head with a machete (circled), which was hidden in a sock. The shop worker required surgery for a large wound to the top of his head following the attack, which happened shortly before 8.30pm on Friday March 27.

We've had planking, owling and the ice bucket challenge, now will the 'human flag' become the latest bizarre internet craze?

The images of former rugby player Dave Jackson, 32, from Nottingham preforming the difficult move, which is part of the calisthenics exercise regime currently sweeping the USA, have gone viral.

The pornographic film all men are allowed to watch: New adult movie seeks to raise awareness about testicular cancer

The project is a collaboration between Victoria based testicular cancer awareness group Blue Ball Foundation and popular American adult film studio Digital Playground.

Hell hath no fury! Furious wife goes berserk and tears off windscreen of her husband's car with her bare hands to get to him as he cowers behind the wheel 

Furious wife tears off 'cheating' husband's windscreen with bare hands

The alarming video shows the woman pulling the shattered windscreen back (left) with bloodied fingers (centre) as the terrified husband hides inside the car. When she smashes his window, the husband finally gives in and alights from the vehicle. The furious woman strikes him in the face (right) and fiercely berates him, before police swoop in to quell the ugly dispute. The clip was was captured in the Jiangsu Province of China, but the identity of the man and woman - who were reportedly detained by police - is unknown.

The giant SPONGE floating in space: Stunning close-up reveals Saturn's crumpet moon in incredible detail

Cassini was around 38,500 miles (62,000 km) from Hyperion when the image was taken. The moon's 'bubbly' appearance is due to it having a very low density for its size.

More than 150 passengers rescued from burning ferry in the Mediterranean en route from Mallorca to Spanish mainland 

Spanish emergency services managed to safely evacuate the passengers from the vessel, which was belching out great clouds of black smoke after catching fire 35 miles off the Mallorcan coast.

Cystic fibrosis sufferer who has to work out five times a week just to stay alive lands career as a fitness model thanks to his rippling abs (and now he wants to pose for Calvin Klein) 

Although working as a personal trainer and fitness model allows Ben Mudge, 25, from Belfast, to to make a living, being an expert in fitness and nutrition helps him fight off potentially fatal illnesses.

Reclusive singer Joni Mitchell, 71, is 'alert and expected to make a full recovery', her representatives say, disputing friends' claims she is in a coma

Mitchell, 71, who is known for leading a reclusive life, was rushed to hospital and placed in intensive care after she was found unconscious at her home in Los Angeles, California, on March 31.

Broken toilet leads to 2,000 years of history: Incredible find unearths ancient tomb, Roman granary and etchings from the Knights Templar beneath Italian restaurant

Broken toilet leads to 2,000 years of history: Incredible find unearths ancient tomb,

The building (pictured right), in Lecce, Puglia in the south of Italy, was intended to be a restaurant but is now a museum thanks to the wealth of history hidden beneath its walls. Lucian Faggiano (pictured centre) bought the property with the intention of opening a restaurant, but was forced to search for a blocked sewage pipe underground before it could be opened. This sparked years of excavations that revealed Messapian tomb, a Roman granary (left) and a Franciscan chapel as well as smaller treasures.

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Watch the creepy robot swarm that can move a CAR: Tiny machines surround wheels and work together to lift vehicles

Robot swarm surrounds car and works in unison to move it

The swarm of robots, collectively called Avert, are the creation of a European consortium led by the Democritus University of Thrace in Greece. To use the 'Autonomous Multi-Robot System for Vehicle Extraction and Transportation' (Avert) system, a computer model will choose a vehicle to be moved. The Avert system then works by sending a deployment unit (bottom right) to scan the area and identify potential obstacles. Bogies (bottom left) deploy from this unit and are tracked to a target vehicle, where they dock onto the wheels and lift the car.

'I went fishing and came back with a sea monster': Rare Ocean Sunfish weighing 1.5 tons and measuring more than six feet is found by Indonesian fishermen

PALU, INDONESIA - APRIL 28:  \n\nRare Ocean Sunfish Stranded in Palu, Indonesia\n\nPalu residents tried to raise Ocean sunfish or Molamola (hypopthalmichtys molitrix) stranded at Taman Ria Teluk Palu coast on April 28, 2015 in Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. Ocean Sunfish is rare fish weighing approximately 1.5 tons and a length of more than two meters was found by a fisherman in a state still alive and throw him out to sea, but the fish did not move and continued to be dragged to the shore and eventually die. \n©Basri Marzuki/Exclusivepix Media

The huge fish was found in a critical condition after it had washed ashore in Palu, Central Sulawesi. The fishermen tried to drag it back out to sea, but it eventually died.

Meet the dog who could teach most men a thing or two about bathroom etiquette: Baron the German Shepherd uses the toilet.. and even puts the lid down

In a video shared on Facebook, the five-month-old pup is shown using the toilet, flushing and putting the lid down once he's finished. Baron was professionally trained at Hill Country K9 School.

Mac on... Russell Brand and Ed Miliband

Mac on... Russell Brand and Ed Miliband

'It's somebody called Russell Brand with Ed Miliband, giggling and making rude remarks about our graddaughter'



A bird's-eye view! Pilots reveal the world's most beautiful cities from above... and where to sit for the best vantage point 

Where to sit on the plane to get the BEST views of each city 

No matter what class you have paid for, sometimes the best part of a flight is the breathtaking view out of the window and there's no better guide to the sights than a pilot. whether it is looking out over barrier reefs in Bora Bora (bototm right), the dramatic Grand Canyon (bottom left), iconic Sydney Harbour (top right) or the Chicago Skyline (top right), each pilot has their favourite destination for landings.

From a zebrafish's 'inner ear' to crystals forming in caffeine: Nikon reveals the winners of its 'World in Motion' contest

First place went to a video created by the Center for Genomic Regulation in Barcelona which shows microscopic footage of how fish sense water movement using their 'inner ear'.

Having a bad day at work? Pity this man who cleans, eats and sleeps in a public toilet in India... for £70 a month

Premraj Das, a father-of-three, prepares his meals, eats and sleeps in a toilet in Delhi in India to earn his salary of £70 a month as a security guard.

Tube station used as Churchill's secret bolthole during WWII could reopen to the public after more than 80 years

A Mayfair tube station which has not been used by passengers for 80 years and served as Winston Churchill's secret bolthole during the Second World War could reopen to the public in two years.

A taxi ride that's worth a tenor! Uber cab driver stuns passengers with spectacular opera performance during journey

Uber taxi driver stuns passengers by singing along to Pavarotti word perfectly and in tune

An Uber taxi driver shocked his passengers with an emotionally charged opera performance during a fare in Boston. The Passengers filmed the driver singing along to Pavarotti word perfectly and in tune while he kept both eyes on the road. They later congratulated the driver on the impromptu performance.