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All Blacks star Aaron Smith suspended after he was 'caught having sex in an airport

NEW Witnesses said they heard 'rhythmic tapping noises' coming from the cubicle in Christchurch airport after seeing Aaron Smith (left and inset with his girlfriend, Teagan Voykovich) and the woman (right) entering within 30 seconds of each other. One of the witnesses said their young son did not know what was happening but it was 'obvious' what was unfolding. New Zealand coach Steven Hansen said Smith had been suspended for one Test after 'breaching team standards regarding behaviour'.

Kim Kardashian's personal bodyguard Pascal Duvier filed BANKRUPTCY

Kim Kardashian's bodyguard filed for bankruptcy for his German security company ten weeks ago with debts of more than €1million, MailOnline can reveal. Pascal Duvier, pictured left with Kim on Sunday, lodged a claim for company insolvency at Heidelberg administrative court on July 22 this year, bottom right. His German ProtectSecurity firm, which has run security for a host of stars from Kim's husband Kanye West to the Black Eyed Peas and is based in south-east Germany, top right, has racked up debts totalling €1,093,518 (£961,296). The insolvency lawyer on the case told MailOnline: 'There is so much debt. There are many claimants. I cannot say the exact number. Lots.'

A 49-year-old Australian woman has been raped, beaten and robbed in central Rome, near the Colosseum, on Sunday night.

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NEW WARNING GRAPHIC HEADLINE: Last week, Lindsay revealed that her ring finger was 'ripped off' in a dramatic boating accident in Turkey, but the star has now had the tip reattached but new pictures show her injury.

Forget dot tests and hidden animals, the latest quiz sweeping the internet is much more straightforward spelling test. The puzzle tests players on 14 commonly misspelled words.

Artificial intelligence and smart weapons would be at the fore - with a 'modern nation-states acting aggressively' the likely enemy, Army bosses have revealed.

Images offer a glimpse into the lifestyles of Marilyn Monroe, Joan Collins and Jackie

A set of exclusive images from an upcoming book collecting the works of photographer Slim Aarons shows just what lavish lifestyles have been led by the likes of Jacqueline Kennedy (top right), Marilyn Monroe (bottom right) and Joan Collins. Slim Aarons: Women, released this week, was compiled and authored by the famed photographer's assistant Laura Hawk. Images include looks at exclusive resorts in sun-drenched locales and intimate depictions of movie stars.

West London-based recruitment agency Matching Models has been blasted for posting 'sexist' job adverts which ask candidates to be 'attractive women' with a 'b-c cup' bra size.

Tim Driscoll, 30, (pictured) was left waiting 18-months for a $37.35 Domino's delivery that never arrived to his Wollongong home after placing the order on Anzac Day.

Laughing crowd gathers to WATCH as two drug addicts slowly lose consciousness in the street after heroin overdose

A crowd gathered and started laughing and giggling at a couple of drug addicts collapsed after taking a heroin overdose in broad daylight on the streets of Memphis, Tennessee (pictured). A man posted live video on Facebook before the paramedics arrived to revive the couple, who are believed to be long-term drug addicts. Courtland Garner, who took the video, wrote: 'It was a spectacle. It made me laugh. They can't help themselves.'

Bet they didn't get a tip! The rudest messages left behind by fed-up waiters and customers

These photos show the most offensive notes left by customers and waiters. From left to right: One man drew a tiny picture of a penis in the middle of his signature on a receipt, while a waitress received a sweary apology from a diner for a rude date. One Starbucks customer failed to find it funny when a barista labelled his drink with 'diabetes here I come', and a woman was shocked to find her grandmother had been called an 'old *****' on a receipt. Kurt was the subject of a cruel spelling error at Starbucks, and a woman was allegedly left in tears after a waiter wrote 'chubby' on her receipt.

Researchers led by Jan Vijg of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, New York studied age of death statistics from a range of sources and estimated that 125 is the top age possible.

Apple killed the headphone jack and its next victim could be the home button. A recent patent describes a special lens behind the screen that scans fingerprints anywhere on the surface.

PIERS MORGAN: That robbery was a wake-up call to Kim Kardashian

 Dear Kim, There comes a moment in everyone's life which makes you re-assess everything IN your life. It doesn't matter if you're rich or poor, black or white, old or young. Your moment came at 3am on Monday morning and you are lucky to be alive. Until then, you were a woman who thought she had it all, you were living your dream. But lately you have become coarser and snarkier and taken to trash talking. It wasn't the Kim I thought I knew. What happened in Paris no doubt shook you to your core - but it was an attack waiting to happen.

The robbers who targeted Kim Kardashian in her Paris apartment will struggle to dispose of their loot, experts say. It's believed Kim's 20-carat ring (pictured) was stolen in the armed raid.

Kim Kardashian's stolen ring would be instantly recognisable to diamond traders but a wealthy tycoon from Russia or the Middle East will not care where it came from, an expert told MailOnline.

Kim Kardashian Paris heist robbers were not caught on CCTV

An image of the armed gang who robbed the reality TV star in Paris was caught on a 'million-to-one' image after a camera facing a mirror (left and circled) reflected their getaway. The gang of intruders wore ski masks to hide their faces as they attacked the 35-year-old reality TV star and mother-of-two who screamed, 'Please don't kill me! I have children'. French police have now seized the footage from the Bel Ange nail salon (left) on the same street as the apartment.

Johanna Primevert, chief spokeswoman for the Paris police department, has blamed Kim Kardashian for flashing her jewellery on social media as it made her easy pickings for thieves.

Investigators in Paris are now trying to track down the gang responsible for holding Kim Kardashian at gun point and stealing her jewellery but mystery still surrounds how the men got into her apartment.

Pictured: The boy, 3, killed at Inflatable World Toowoomba

Hunter Young (main) was found unresponsive near a piece of inflatable play equipment at the indoor centre Inflatable World Toowoomba (inset) at 1pm on Sunday. He was initially taken to Toowoomba Hospital then transferred to Lady Cilento Children's Hospital, but later died.Investigations into how the boy suffered serious injuries are continuing and the cause of death is yet to established. A post mortem is expected to be carried out.

Etiquette expert and MailOnline columnist, William Hanson, claims that shorts on young boys are, in fact, a silent British class marker and trousers are deemed 'suburban'.

Bookies Ladrbokes have slashed the odds on a royal baby announcement in the new year to 4/6 after Princess Charlotte and Prince George won hearts in Canada with their parents last week.

'I'm going to hang myself!' Prankster posing as a TV reporter horrifies Americans by announcing Hillary Clinton has 'dropped out' of the election with 'ZIKA' - leaving Trump as president

Tyler Fischer, 29, pictured center, from New York posed as a broadcast journalist in an elaborate prank in which he claimed the Democrat presidential candidate had withdrawn from the race because of illness. Members of the public, pictured, reacted with a mixture of shock, sadness, cheering and conspiracy theories. Two people suggested they wanted to commit suicide because of the false information.

Republican after Republican applauded Indiana Gov. Mike Pence's performance over Sen. Tim Kaine at last night's vice presidential debate.

Hillary Clinton and running mate Kaine spoke on the phone at 11:45 am Wednesday - more than 12 hours and a full news cycle at the end of the contentious vice presidential debate.

Chelsea Handler's face transforms after ProFractional laser treatment

NEW Chelsea Handler shared an incredible before/after selfie following a ProFractional laser treatment on her face. 'Its f***ing awesome and no one is paying me to tell you about it. Bam!' the 41-year-old comedian - who boasts 11.5M followers - captioned her transformation.

NEW Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg is such a big fan of Pokemon Go that she was spotted playing the online game during a debate in her country's Parliament.

'Budgie Nine' to face Kuala Lumpur court after days in high security jail

The 'Budgie Nine' locked up in a Malaysian prison after stripping down to their speedos (main) have been revealed to include the son of an Australian diplomat and an adviser to senior Turnbull minister, Christoper Pyne. The men, aged 25 to 29, mostly attended elite private schools and the University of Sydney for studies of international relations and engineering. The Budgie Nine includes Timothy Yates, Edward Leaney (top and bottom left), Nicholas Kelly, Thomas Laslett (bottom right), Thomas Whitforth, Brendan Stobs, James Paver, Adam Pasfield and Jack Walker (top right).

Pakistani in Australia asked to leave after anti-semitic video emerged

A Pakistani scholar has been asked to leave Australia after he was revealed to have said the world's troubles 'are because of the jews' and the world will be purified when they are wiped out. Muhammad Raza SaQib Mustafai, a sunni Muslim, had been in western Sydney for a speaking tour of mosques. The rest of his Australian tour was cancelled and he was asked to leave the country when a 2012 video of him delivering an anti-semitic sermon surfaced. (Mr Mustafai is pictured left arriving at Sydney Airport, and right delivering a speech at a Sydney mosque).

The Alphabet Inc unit, which has been developing autonomous cars since 2009, said its self-driving vehicles had logged two million miles on public roads, and log about 25,000 miles per week.

Ava Christianson, of Prescott, Wisconsin, was diagnosed with the most common type of leukemia that's easily treated in 90% of cases. But she relapsed five times, and has now tried immunotherapy.

Horrific moment a lorry driver smashes into back of car causing the front to disintegrate completely with the motorist's legs left hanging through the windscreen 

Lithuanian lorry driver Vygantas Stanulis, 55, has been jailed for a year following the horrific incident which saw him career into the back of a Ford Fiesta stuck in traffic on the A2 near Kent. His vehicle, fully laden with steel, collided with a black Ford Fiesta which in turn hit a Iveco flatbed lorry carrying wooden pallets, during the crash on the coast-bound carriageway of the A2 at Harbledown, near Canterbury, at rush-hour on January 19. Dramatic dashcam footage shows the driver of the Fiesta being thrown through the windscreen of his vehicle upon impact, with his legs seen hanging out of the car. He suffered serious injuries in the crash despite the fact he was wearing a seatbelt.

A former student at Scotch College in Melbourne has revealed he was raped while at the school. He said he hopes by speaking out about the incident, it will prevent others from the same thing.

The noise we hear when our joints crack is likely to be due to movement of the tendon over bone, Dr Andrew Lavender, a physiotherapist at Curtin University, Perth, says.

Mother's letter to the bullies who drove her son Felix Alexander to kill himself

Felix Alexander (right), 17, died when he stepped in front of an oncoming train near his home in Worcester on April 27, after telling his parents he was going to school. An inquest heard Felix had killed himself after suffering years of bullying. The torment started when he was 10 and a pupil at the £13,000-a-year King's School because he was not allowed to play violent video game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (inset, a screenshot). He later became the victim of online trolls. His devastated mother Lucy (left with Felix), 51, has now written to bullies, teachers and parents, describing the torment he suffered.

A woman, 50, has been charged with high range drink-driving after a six-year-old girl was struck and trapped between two cars in Eastwood, north-west Sydney on Wednesday.

Laura Merser, 18, claims her driver turned off the ride sharing app halfway through her journey back from a friend's house in Sydney, before pulling off her clothes and groping her.

Can YOU spot what's inside the red ring? Optical illusion image of a bed goes viral - but

People who have spotted the image - which has been shared on Reddit - are struggling to work out what the circle signifies. The viral image has been viewed more than 63,500 time on Imgur. People have been left baffled as they have been searching for something significant inside the red ring - not realising that the red ring is actually a hula hoop propped against the bed.

In a chilling scene showing the aftermath of a crash between a truck and a motorbike, a grainy spectre appears to hang in the air above the corpse of a girl caught up in the accident in Thailand.

Sexpert Tracey Cox reveals the warning signs that your marriage could be heading in the direction of an affair and says that alone time can actually prevent a partner from looking elsewhere.

Skull-shaped Matthew kills 11 in the Caribbean and bears down on the East Coast

People along the East Coast entered better-safe-than-sorry mode Tuesday, flocking to hardware stores, grocery aisles and gas stations as Hurricane Matthew marched toward Florida, threatening to become the first hurricane to hit the state's Atlantic coast in over a decade. Matthew, a Category 4 storm packing winds of 145 mph, pummeled parts of Haiti and the Dominican Republic on Tuesday. The eye of Hurricane Matthew has now moved off the northeastern coast of Cuba as the storm headed into the southern Bahamas with its dangerous winds early Wednesday. At least 11 people in the Caribbean have died due to the storm. Four people died in the Dominican Republic, five in Haiti, one in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and one in Colombia. The storm was on track to rake the Southeastern coast and trek north by Thursday. South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley said she planned to issue an evacuation order Wednesday so that 1 million people can safely leave the coast.


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'Bigfoot' photobombs live cam filming nest of baby bald eagles in US forest

The mythological ape-like creature was allegedly spotted in Beulah, clearly walking on two legs as it is filmed walking through the trees and then appearing to jump over a branch and down a slope a few feet below.Many believe the figure's agility proves it cannot just be a human playing a prank in an ape suit.

Dennis Muilenburg, the CEO of aerospace firm Boeing made the prediction at a conference in Chicago this week and hopes that its technology will beat SpaceX to the red planet.

Consumer group Choice's 'Shonky Awards' has named and shamed nine companies that it says have misled Australian consumers with dodgy advertising and false claims.

Developed by Musclefood.com, a UK-based health and fitness retailer, the test asks about how much noise you make and whether you take the weights off your machine before moving on.

Amanda Knox makes it official with new boy toy Christopher Robinson

Amanda Knox is celebrating her freedom by declaring to the world that she is in a relationship. The 29-year-old took to Facebook on Tuesday to update her status and announce that she is dating Christopher Robinson. Knox put the date that the two began dating as February 13, meaning she and the author have been together for close to eight months.

ANZ Chief executive Shayne Elliott was asked to justify his $6.1million salary despite a decrease in customer satisfaction and plummeting bank profits in Canberra on Wednesday.

It's not just food that goes out of date, cosmetics, bedding and electrical appliances all have an expiry date. Here we reveal what you should bin right now.

Convicted rapist and accused murderer Robert John Adams flipped at roommate Ross Adams when asked about missing Sydney nurse Mary Louise Wallace in the late 1980's.

A Qantas jet preparing for takeoff at Paraburdoo Airport clipped the tail of a Network Aviation plane at around 4.30pm on Wednesday afternoon, causing both aircraft to become stuck.

Something fishy? Man finds gruesome remains that look like a 'dead mermaid' on deserted beach 

A man has posted footage of what he says looks like a 'dead mermaid' washed up on a beach near Great Yarmouth in Norfolk. The images have since gone viral, with many people actually believing it is a mermaid, while others say it's a decomposing seal or a great Halloween prop with garbage bags used to create the 'tail'.

Are YOU brave enough to rock glitter nipples?

Yves Saint Laurent sent models down the runway with glittery nipples at their SS17 runway show (centre) and now fashionistas are trying out the risqué look on social media too. Blogger Daisy Keens (left and right) told FEMAIL: 'Contrary to being impractical or completely unnecessary, nipple pasties are a glorious alternative to bikini tops and, dare I say it, bras. Depending on how comfortable you feel going braless (I have itty-bittiess so, in fairness, I have no real need for one!), nipple pasties and tassels can be worn on any number of occasions as a sparkling substitute.'

Shocking video footage shows the woman, 25, suffer a nasty punch to the head as her attacker sprints past in Clapham High Street, south London, during a cowardly and unprovoked assault.

ames Bruce, 20, and his brother Matthew, 19, will not serve time in prison despite surveillance footage revealing their brutal attack on an innocent passer-by in Melbourne.

Nineteen-year-old Abu Sin was arrested for 'unethical behaviour' after goofy videos with vlogger Christina Crockett, 21, went viral. They drew nearly 6.5 million views for their funny chats.

A mother in China spent 17 years successfully tracking down her husband's killers. Qi Yuande was killed by a villager and his brothers. In July, all five of the killers had been detained.

MailOnline readers share photos of their VERY hirsute babies

Two-month-old Junior Cox-Noon (inset) captured the nation's hearts with his luxuriant locks, and now hundreds of MailOnline readers have been sending in pictures of their hirsute babies. One woman told us how hospital nurses were 'shocked' by how much hair her newborn had, while another proud mum says the family is stopped wherever they go owing to her baby's impressive mane. Clockwise from top left: Ruby Dunphy's son Caleb, Jackie Kelly's child, Rachel Sehmbi's daughter, Lois Bennett's daughter Adoree, Kelly Moerman's son Taj and Alison Hughes' four-month-old daughter.

Zero Gradi, a gelato bar in Melbourne, Australia, serves up traditional Neapolitan-style ice cream alongside a Nutella fountain that customers can use to drench their desserts in chocolate.

Executed in the street: Shocking moment another suspected drug dealer is murdered in cold blood in Philippines' government-backed vigilante war against narcotics

A suspected drug dealer is held with his hands behind his back by two men and shot at point blank range in the back of the head. He is the latest victim of President Rodrigo Duterte's deadly narcotics war in which more than 3,000 people have been murdered in extra-judicial attacks since June. Critics blame the murders on president Duterte, who has controversially claimed he would be happy to slaughter three million drug users, giving vigilantes a licence to kill with impunity.

Seriously ill patients given homoharringtonine, a drug made from the leaves of the plum yew tree, made remarkable recoveries, researchers from the University of Hong Kong found.

Sydney hairdresser Nasrin Abek, 35, was found dead inside her apartment in Potts Point last week after she was allegedly killed by her husband Amir Darbanou, 42, in a frenzied knife attack.

Christine Sydelko looks EXACTLY like a cartoon face on a ride at Disneyland

NEW Christine Sydelko, 22, a well known personality on Vine, was on her favorite ride at Disneyland on the weekend when she had a realization. She noticed that the caterpillar character on the front of the Heimlich Chew Chew Train from A Bug's Life looked just like her. She shared an image of herself grinning the same grin as the character on Twitter, where it has since been shared more than 130,000 times.

Scientists from Jinan University in China say they have created a new fibre suitable for sewing into tailorable textiles that can capture and release solar power.

The £5 clothing on sale at Chrisp Street Market in Poplar, East London, features a large colourful drawing of the World Trade Center with two aircraft smashing into each of the towers.

Levitating Hyperloop pods that hurtle through underwater tunnels at 1,220 kph (760 mph) could some day arrive in Dubai. The city recently hosted a competition for designs related to the system.

Children with Tourette's syndrome were much faster at repeating a list of made-up words - known as phonology - researchers from Newcastle University found.

Residential area is obliterated by Russian bombs in Aleppos Syria

Government forces claim they will reduce strikes to 'allow civilians to reach safe areas' - as a top official in Syria's main opposition said violence in the city is reaching 'genocidal proportions'. Pictures of an attack on a neighbourhood in the city appear to show simultaneous small explosions, suggesting the use of cluster bombs which are banned by more than 100 countries. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says more than 450 civilians have died since September 19.

Have you ever wondered what goes on when you're not there to supervise? These pictures prove some fathers really are just big kids at heart and have managed to keep their parenting style simple.

Sydney teen Henry Szaraz weighs 200 kilograms but he can't stop eating. The 19-year-old has a rare condition, Prader-Willi syndrome, which is characterised by an insatiable appetite.

The Baylor's study concluded visiting new places and interacting with new people can leave families exhausted, with less 'brain power' to focus on relationships.

Chloe Munnings, 24, from Norfolk, started surgery at the age of 21 and says she won't stop altering her look until she's achieved her idea of physical perfection including 'big boobs, big lips and a tiny waist'.

The house that smelled like death: Pictures of house tenants used as toilet

Neil Carpenter faced a £2,000 repair bill after a mother and her two sons left excrement on beds and walls at his house in Tow Law, County Durham and used the bath as a toilet. The two-bedroom terrace had bags of rubbish piled a metre high outside, rubbish strewn about indoors and the toilet had become unusable after being blocked with a child's toy.

Archaeologists have unearthed a 5ft long marble slab inscribed with 58 lines of ancient Greek text that describe a rental agreement for property in the gymnasium at the city of Teos in Turkey.

Expert wrangler Stewart Lalor couldn't believe his eyes when he pried a two-metre red-bellied snake from a rural property in Mt Cotton, south-east Queensland.

Indonesian police have uncovered protected animal species being traded illegally in Jakarta, including various varieties of birds and primates such as starlings, cockatoos and slow lorises (pictured).

Photographer Jacques Nelles has captured life of a poor white community living in the Munsieville township, near Johannesburg, South Africa, in a series of depressing images.

Robbie Williams accused of ‘borderline racism’ for song Party Like A Russian 

Russian media outlets have blasted the video for Robbie Williams' new single 'Party Like A Russian'and even threatened he will 'never' be able to perform in the country again. Party Like A Russian samples Sergei Prokofiev's Dance of the Knights, which is more commonly known as the theme tune to The Apprentice. The video shows Williams (pictured) adopting the role of a larger than life Russian oligarch, surrounded by ballerinas. Williams has topped the charts throughout his career but his latest release looks set to be his biggest flop ever. 'Party Like A Russian' has entered the mid-week charts at number 53.

The incident took place on Manchester Road in Rochdale and the video was viewed on Facebook more than 34,000 times on page called 'Justice for Frank'.

While taking a photo with his twin brothers, this toddler believed to be in England was posing sweetly with his arms around his baby brothers before thinking it would be funny to know them over.

The activists have been living in the empty offices of Camelot, a company which manages empty building to prevent them becoming occupied.

Chloe Lynam, 18, from Merseyside, noticed red spots on her skin while she was pregnant. She was diagnosed with psoriasis which she believes was triggered by a change in hormones.

Glamorous fake Instagram account of Louise Delange tricked 50,000 people

From frolicking on the beach (bottom right) to shopping (top right) and hanging out (main), Parisian model, Louise Delage's, Instagram profile looked like so many others when it appeared in August. However, it was revealed last week that the account was fake. Can you spot what's going on with these pictures?

The Chevrolet Colorado ZH2 is an off-road electric vehicle equipped with a massive hydrogen fuel cell, which can even act as a portable power source. The vehicle will be tested by the US Army next year.

Females have an inbuilt buffer against the early symptoms of Alzheimer's - meaning it is not spotted until later, researchers from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York found.

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte gestures with a firing stance as he announces issuing side arms to army troopers during his visit to its headquarters in suburban Taguig city east of Manila, Philippines Tuesday Oct. 4, 2016. U.S. and Philippine forces opened their first large scale combat exercises under President Duterte in uncertainty Tuesday after he said the drills will be the last in his six-year presidency partly to avoid upsetting China.(AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)

Filipino president Rodrigo Duterte, pictured, has threatened to abandon military co-operation with the United States and instead seek closer relations with Russia and China.

The Dream Jet, developed by US customisers Kestrel Aviation Management, carries up to 40 passengers with a sprawling entertainment area, office space and dining room.

British blogger Jacob Riglin from Richmond in London paid to travel the world

Jacob Riglin, 21, from Richmond in London wants someone to join his team to take pictures of the most famous cities in the world having landed his dream job all thanks to his Instagram account. After his stunning snaps of England's capital, reported on MailOnline, saw his work gain worldwide recognition, he has been paid to visit Hong Kong, New York, Venice and other sought-after destinations to capture them from above. Now, he is looking for an apprentice, and his job advert reads: 'As you catch a fireball on Dubai's horizon, there's not a single car or skyscraper in sight - it's just you and one of the wildest landscapes in the world.'

Wyatt Shoptaw, from Oakland, Tennessee, was celebrating his first birthday on September 22. It was his first time trying cake and he loved it so much he put his face in it and reduced it to crumbs.


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Weird science! Watch teacher amaze his students with crazy fire and gas experiment 

A teacher in Portugal has thrilled his students with a stunning science experiment, dramatically setting fire to a large container full of aerosol spray, and using the roaring flames to create a vacuum. The students yell out in amazement when the teacher puts his hand over the top of the container, causing it to shrink.

Samata Ullah, from Cardiff, appeared at Westminster Magistrates Court (pictured), today charged with six terrorism offences including being a member of ISIS.

The clown phenomenon is in danger of getting out of hand, as video footage of a mass panic at Penn State University shows. Hundreds of students ran through the campus, hunting for clowns.



Stunning images reveal the beautiful 'alien' creatures living in our oceans

David Shale from Tusbury, in Devon (pictured bottom left), was able to capture images of the creatures whilst spending time on British research vessels all over the world, including European and US waters. The animals were placed in containers on the remotely operated vehicles before being brought back to the surface where Mr Shale could photograph them in his 'cold room'. Pictured clockwise from top left are: deep-sea cirrate octopod, pelagic hydrozoan medusa, Hydromedusa/Trachymedusa, Periphylla jellyfish, and hydromedusan jellyfish.

Hiker James Rankin was walking in the woods in Berkeley Jackson County Park in Huntington New York when he discovered posters featuring real missing people attached to the trees.

Savannah dark underbelly features grisly tales of sordid murder, haunted houses and a colonial-era graveyard decorated with the lingering entrails of Spanish moss.

The Japanese plan would bypass the Trans-Siberian's final stop, Vladivostok, and connect to the northerly Japanese island of Hokkaido instead, requiring a new 26-mile tunnel.

All the usual activities are available for outdoors-loving families at a Forest Holidays resort. But the delightful cabins and their creature comforts mean you can relax in style after all that cycling.

Happy hound! Euro the Jack Russell can't stop grinning after making friends with a grasshopper - who's hanging out on his head

Euro the Jack Russell is grinning from ear to ear as the insect rests on his head at home in Thailand, and a clip of the unlikely friendship has sent dog lovers into a frenzy.Tens of thousands have watched the video on Euro's page on Instagram, with many cooing over how 'cute' the content pooch looks.