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Warriena Wright and Gable Tostee appear in shirtless selfies the night she died

Selfies have emerged from the night Warriena Wright met her accused killer Gable Tostee - before she fell to her death from his 14th floor Gold Coast apartment balcony in August 2014. read

How long can YOUR children expect to live? New figures show the SHOCKING differences in healthy lifespans across the country

Estimates of health lifespans compiled by the Office for National Statistics show London has some of the most dramatic variations, but there are sharp differences elsewhere too. read

Wheelchair-bound woman is gang-raped by 6 refugees at Swedish asylum centre

The woman, in her 30s, was sharing a taxi home with a man after going in the medieval town of Visby on Sweden's Gotland island when she asked to stop off. read

British man jailed for raping his son from the age of six in Ireland 

The boy described to a court in Dublin, Ireland an occasion where his British father, 66, was assembling a wooden box at the home in Waterford, in the country's south east. read

The 10 etiquette rules you should never break when visiting someone's house

An etiquette study has revealed the top 10 ‘rude’ faux pas according to homeowners - and you should take note. read

Sex diary kept by married air stewardess who wrote about her romps with colleagues is at the centre of a legal battle after husband finds it and tries to serialise it 

The 46-year-old kept an intimate diary on a computer about how she had sex with fellow members of staff on Dutch low-cost airline Transavia, which is owned by KLM/Air France. read

Kate visits The Hague and Rotterdam for first solo trip without William

The Duchess of Cambridge betrayed no hint of nerves today as she arrived in the Netherlands for her first solo foreign trip without William, wearing an elegant blue Catherine Walker coat. read

Samsung AXES Galaxy Note 7 and offers everyone their money back in $17billion recall

The South Korean company said in a regulatory filing Tuesday that it has made a final decision to stop production of the Galaxy Note 7 for the sake of consumer safety. read

Apple stock hits highest since Dec on Samsung Note 7 fire crisis

Apple stock has jumped 2.3 percent, reaching a high not seen since December, after arch rival Samsung stopped production of its Galaxy Note 7 following fires in replacement devices. read

Samsung asks Note 7 customers to return their phones

Royal Mail and Parcel Force won't allow the faulty Note 7 product to be transported in the post because it contains a lithium battery. read

'Judges judge the dancing - nothing else': BBC defends itself against racism allegations after EastEnders' Tameka Empson becomes the second black person voted off in two weeks 

The 39-year-old EastEnders star Tameka Empson (pictured) defiantly insisted that she did nothing wrong, shortly after BBC One viewers branded the voting public 'racist'. read

First Dates vet sends hearts racing on Twitter

Handsome London vet Michael, 27, sent female fans into meltdown on Twitter after he appeared on last night's First Dates, but many were left devastated when they saw who he was matched with. read

Cold Feet fans shocked after it appears to leave Pete on the edge of suicide

Cold Feet fan favourite Pete Gifford (John Thomson) left viewers on the edge of their seats - and in shock on Twitter - last night after he appeared to take his life at a remote beauty spot. read

Rod Stewart receives Knighthood from Prince William

The veteran rocker, 71, was bestowed the honour by Her Majesty The Queen at Buckingham Palace following a decades spanning career that began in the early '60s. read

Teenage sweethearts, 14, 'ate ice cream and tea cakes after stabbing dinner lady and her daughter, 13, to death in their throats "so they couldn't scream for help"' 

Elizabeth Edwards, 49, and 13-year-old Katie Edwards died 'within moments' of each other after a boy crept into their rooms at home in Spalding, Lincolnshire, armed with a kitchen knife. read

Sarah Parish and husband James Murray reveal how daughter's death inspired them to build hospital

Actors Sarah Parish and James Murray are hoping to raise £2million to build a new children's hospital in Southampton in memory of Ella-Jayne who died of a heart condition at eight months old in 2008. read

Ched Evans arrives at court for a second day of cross-examination

The 27-year-old, who currently plays for Chesterfield, told the court yesterday he got ‘caught up in the moment’ when he started having sex with the teenage waitress who accuses him of rape. read

British aristocrat's daughter killed in Philippines' war on drugs

Police in Manila say they are close to linking the murder of Aurora Moynihan, daughter of Lord Tony Moynihan with a 'high-level' drug supplier who is believed to be her ex-boyfriend. read

Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte turns his sights on banning smoking

Known as 'The Punisher', Rodrigo Duterte's 100-day-old drug war has already left thousands dead (pictured), but now he is making smoking a thing of the past in the Philippines. read

South African virgin bride attacks husband with a wine bottle during their honeymoon

Mnombo Madyibi, 32, was on his honeymoon in Coffee Bay, South Africa when he was set upon by his wife after she got scared after seeing his 'hairy, scary cucumber' penis for the first time. read

Wiltshire martial arts teacher reveals the self defence tricks all youngsters should know

With the help of 11-year-old Melissa, martial arts teacher Matt Fiddes, from Wiltshire, demonstrates the three moves that could prevent a child from being abducted. read

Bailey Gwynne death 'may have been avoided if teachers were told about knife'

A multi-agency independent review was set up after 16-year-old Bailey Gwynne (pictured) was stabbed to death at Cults Academy in Aberdeen on October 28 last year. read

Hotel manager is quids in after bank gives him £150 of new fivers from first batch off the presses which he is now selling on eBay for £1,200 

Father-of-three Tim Mitchell, 50, of Llandudno, North Wales, got £150 worth of new five pound notes from an HSBC branch with the prized serial number AA01. read

Singletons create brutally HONEST online dating profiles 

Romantic hopefuls have been baring their souls on social media by creating brutally honest dating profiles - with one describing himself as a 'short nerdy Asian boy with jealousy issues'. read

Winners and loses from sterling fall: Pound 'crisis' boosts stock market to record high but imported inflation could cost UK households dear...

As currency markets are a barometer of a nation’s economic health and prospects, relative to other markets and economies, many fear that investors are losing faith in the UK after the Brexit vote. read

Retired couple are furious because their £700 five-day sightseeing tour of Scotland involved sitting on a coach for more than SIXTY HOURS

Derek and Julian Limbert, of Sutton Coldfield, said their five-day trip to Scotland turned into a nightmare after they spent more than 10 hours per day on a coach and missed out on sights. read

Funding axed for academy school chain after chair of governors ran private leisure club and dating website featuring lingerie-clad 'Saffron' on side

Durand Academy Trust failed to improve after it emerged Sir Greg Martin, who took home £229,000 as the executive head, also made £161,000 from facilities at the premises in London and West Sussex. read

The best Halloween costumes ever

From re-enacting Alan's baby-stealing scene in The Hangover franchise to dressing up as a pizza and a slice (pictured) these parents and babies have pulled out all the stops at Halloween. read

Vietnamese man rushed to hospital after 'breaking his penis' trying new sexual position

A 59-year-old Vietnamese man was taken to hospital in Ho Chi Minh City for emergency surgery after 'breaking' his penis while trying an exotic sexual position. read

NetMums users debate penis size in a very frank chat

It's one of the biggest questions among women, and a source of anxiety for men but the members of Netmums took to a thread to prove that confidence and technique were more important than size. read

Women may be forced to show passports before giving birth to tackle 'health tourism'

Pregnant women may need to produce a passport or driving licence to get care on maternity wards under the scheme, with 'non-eligible' women from overseas denied free care. read

Haggis is forbidden in the US, foie gras is a no-go in India and jelly cups are illegal in Europe: Banned foods around the world revealed

A new infographic reveals the world's banned food, from raw milk in Canada to samosas in Somalia. And the seemingly innocent Kinder Surprise in the US. read

Muslim father rapes his daughter in Norway as punishment for becoming 'too Westernised'

The man, in his 40s has been charged with rape and incest after he attacked his daughter in their family home in the city of Fredrikstad. She told police she had been punished for her lifestyle. read

British man may face 'involuntary manslaughter' charge after killing migrant in Calais

Abraham Reichman, 35, from London, swerved to try and avoid a gang that was trying to stop traffic on the busy A16 road as he was heading towards the EuroTunnel entrance in Calais on Sunday night. read

Furious commuters face chaos as Southern trains kicks off strike

Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union are due to mount picket lines at the start of the three-day action today, with disruption set to continue until Friday morning. read

ISIS migrant who planned German bomb attack is pinned down by fellow Syrians

Jaber Albakr was detained on Sunday in Leipzig in eastern Germany by two fellow Syrian refugees who invited him to their home but realised who he was wanted so tied him up and called police. read

Dementia sufferer, 86, 'weighed less than four stone when she was found dead in her own urine with a rotting bedsore after appalling care home negligence' 

Ivy Atkin weighed just 3st 12lbs and had a body mass index (BMI) of 10.7 - half the normal amount for a healthy adult - when she died at Autumn Grange Care Home in Nottingham. read

Dublin father unleashes epic Twitter rant after taking his son to see Finding Dory

Irish comedian Gerry McBride, from Dublin, dissected the film's plot - before complaining that his energetic son got sick of the film and began running manically around the theatre. read

Rich girls are more likely to be obese than rich boys – but overall poor children still outweigh their wealthy friends 

One in five British girls aged 5-11 and from privileged backgrounds are predicted to be overweight or obese by 2020, compared with one in six for their male counterparts. read

Motorist to face trial over cyclist's death after Britain's first crowdfunded prosecution 

Gail Purcell, 58, allegedly hit cyclist Mick Mason from behind, causing a traumatic brain injury, during the evening rush hour in London in February 2014. read

Croydon nurse who had sex with drug addict patient is suspended for a year

John Warren began the relationship with the former prostitute, who had a history of sexual abuse, while he was working as her 'key worker' at KCA Croydon - an adult substance misuse centre. read

Shia LaBeouf marries girlfriend Mia Goth in Las Vegas ceremony with Elvis

Shia LaBeouf married his long-term girlfriend Mia Goth in Las Vegas on Monday.  read

BuildUK cuts the traditional yellow from range of colours on building sites

A leading industry body has devised a scheme to colour code the hard hats worn on construction sites - and traditional yellow (as seen on builder, pictured) hasn't made the cut. read

Kim Kardashian thinks the thieves who robbed her were 'amateurs'

The robbers who stole millions of dollars worth of jewelry from Kim Kardashian's apartment were dressed in uniform from a 'Halloween store' and were arguing over how to carry out the heist. read

Beach Boy Brian Wilson tells how he was tortured by his father in his new memoir

Despite being raised by an abusive father, suffering from severe anxiety and hearing horrific voices in his head almost his entire life, Beach Boy Brian Wilson, now 74, became a musical genius. read

How Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston 'got rid of' his real life stalker ex-girlfriend

When preparing for his role as Walter White in the hit series Breaking Bad, actor Bryan Cranston recalled a crazy ex-girlfriend when he had to find within himself a cold-blooded killer. read

Benefits Street star Lee Nutley is found dead

The reality TV star, who has previously suffered from heroin addiction, was found dead by paramedics at a home, in Stockton's Tilery estate, on Monday. read

Fresher, 19, terrifies students when he storms university campus dressed as a clown and brandishing a CHAINSAW

Prankster Kenny Parker, 19, brandished the weapon at Brunel University, west London, as part of a stunt for his YouTube channel. read

Woman forced into premature labour after being scared out of her wits by clown jumping out in front of her as spate of terrifying figures spreads across Britain and police warn pranksters they'll be arrested

Social media users want clowns to be stopped by police after a woman in Whitwick, Leicestershire, went into premature labour after a 17-year-old boy dressed as a clown jumped out on her. read

King Harold the Great? How history might have changed if the English had won at the Battle of Hastings

In an article for The Conversation, Charles West, and Alyxandra Mattison, researchers from the University of Sheffield, explain why history would have been very different if England had won. read

Brits share their outrage at the Oxford Street Christmas lights going up already 

Brits took to social media in their droves to debate whether it was too early for the festive lights to be on display in London - and things got a little heated. read

Experts divide over HSDD treatment using testosterone supplements

Many women who struggle with low sex drive after their menopause don't have this treatment as an option, says Dr Nick Panay of Queen Charlotte’s and Chelsea and Westminster Hospitals. read

'Who the hell buys a vibrator from Poundland?' Shoppers spot £1 sex toys on sale

Poundland is the go-to shop for all things cheap and cheerful but some customers wondered if the store had gone too far after spotting the pink vibrating bullet on the retailer's shelves. read

A small child prepares to slice his skin open with a razor-sharp flail in bloody Muslim Ashura ceremony marking the sacrifice of the Prophet's grandson 

This tiny Pakistani boy is clutching a whip made from chains and blades as he prepares to flagellate himself in a religious parade to mark the Muslim festival of Ashura in the city of Peshawar. read

Beeston women is fighting for her life after contracting Lyme disease 4 years ago 

Heidi Luckraft, 39, from Beeston, Nottinghamshire, was walking her dog four years ago when she was bitten by a tick. However, it wasn't until last year that she was finally diagnosed with Lyme disease. read

Mother-of-two loses part of her cervix to cancer despite going for regular smear tests

Gemma Patten, 30, was referred for further tests at Barnet Hospital after a smear test revealed abnormal cells. Doctors found a 1cm tumour and had to remove part of her cervix to treat the cancer. read

Could your blood pressure pills be making YOU depressed? Common tablets 'double the risk of developing a mood disorder'

Glasgow University scientists looked at the records of 525,046 patients aged 40 to 80 who were followed for five years. They found patients on beta blockers twice as likely to suffer depression. read

American Heart Association study links high blood pressure to dementia

The American Heart Association found high blood pressure disrupts the structure and function of cerebral blood vessels. It is unclear whether treatment for hypertension could prevent Alzheimer's. read

GlycanAge test lets YOU find out your body's REAL AGE

Tim Spector, a professor of genetic epidemiology at King’s College London, is part of team behind the test. He says:‘Studies have found that our blood's glycan levels closely track our chronological age’. read

Newcastle Police issue warning over bad batch of 'legal highs' including Spice

Sharon Howe, 15, of Morecambe, Lancashire, was out with classmates when she was offered the deadly former legal high by a group of older boys - and later collapsed with severe convulsions. read

Wymondham College principal accused allowing 'cheating culture' around GCSE tests

Jonathan Taylor, the principal of Wymondham College in Norfolk, has been accused by the school's former acting head of IT of giving teachers the ‘go ahead’ to bend the rules. read

Scots 'have better quality of life than the English': Brussels bureaucrats claim

A league table produced by the EU showed Finland was the best place to live, while both Scotland and Northern Ireland are more palatable than England and Wales. Edinburgh, pictured, ranks highly despite the weather. read

Shami Chakrabarti fights selective education - then sends son to £18,000 a year public school

Labour’s newest star, Shami Chakrabarti, is sending her son to Dulwich College, the smart £18,000-a-year (£27,000 for boarders) private school in South-East London. read

PIERS MORGAN: The night Bill Clinton and his loose zipper let Trump dodge the bullet

I don’t think I’m overstating things when I say that last night’s debate was the most sickeningly squalid spectacle in the history of US politics. I think Trump won, and it's Bill's fault. read

Trump DARES the Clintons and the press to unveil more explicit audio from his past as he warns he'll double down on Bill and Hillary's 'vicious' real-life treatment of women

'Bill Clinton sexually assaulted innocent women, and Hillary Clinton attacked those women viciously,' Trump said Monday in Pennsylvania, threatening to hammer them over and over. read

Wikileaks reveals Bill Clinton's closest adviser called Chelsea 'a spoiled brat'

One of Bill Clinton's closest aides, Doug Band, called Chelsea Clinton 'a spoiled brat' and suggested she wasn't concerned about leaving a staff member close to suicide. read

NBC producer urged to release Trump footage that sees him allegedly use the 'N-Word'

Supporters of Hillary Clinton are asking Mark Burnett to make public the recordings of the hit TV series, which the Republican presidential candidate hosted on NBC between 2004 and 2015. read

Donald Trump insulted Emily West's appearance on The Apprentice

Emily West (left) appeared in a 2010 episode. Donald Trump fixated on her appearance, specifically that of her skin, according to a transcript of a behind-the-scene exchange unveiled Monday. read

Trump 'p****' tape sends him to big deficit against Hillary Clinton in poll

Donald Trump's 'p***y' tape blasted a hole in his ratings among voters and allowed Hillary Clinton to open up an 11-point lead, the first full poll since the leaked tape revealed - but before Sunday's debate. read

Lord knows how they resisted punching each other: QUENTIN LETTS watches the dirtiest Presidential debate in history 

They labelled it a ‘town hall debate’ but that was too twee. In truth, it was grippingly low-grade, the two candidates circling each other on the central stage area. Jackals in a pit, writes QUENTIN LETTS. read

Is this proof of the 'Black Monk'? Ghost hunters capture spooky footage of 'chair being pushed down stairs' in one of Britain's most haunted houses 

Unnerving footage appears to show a poltergeist that ghost hunters call the Black Monk throwing a pushchair down a staircase in one of Britain's most haunted houses in Yorkshire. read

JCB tycoon Anthony Bamford quits anti-Brexit CBI over apocalyptic warnings

Lord Bamford, pictured here with former Prime Minister David Cameron left the CBI over the organisation's increasingly stringent pro-European views. read

It's still my plan! George Osborne dismisses claims Theresa May has torn up his industrial strategy and dumped his 'Northern Powerhouse' scheme

The ex-chancellor waded into the row over the government's increasingly tough approach to Brexit, mocking the idea that more trade with Australia could make up for looser ties with Germany and France. read

Nigel Farage almost blew it for us claims Vote Leave mastermind Dominic Cummings

Dominic Cummings, campaign director of Vote Leave, said that without the Ukip leader’s intervention, the Brexit side would have won by 60 per cent to 40. read

Warnings the economy could crash and leave the Treasury £66BILLION short in taxes are slammed as 'propaganda' leaked by Brexit deniers

Tory MP Steve Baker told MailOnline 'No one will believe the now discredited propaganda of the defunct Remain campaign' after the Treasury papers were leaked today. read

Visit Britain report shows 3.8m tourists visited UK in July

There were 3.8million visits from abroad in July, up two per cent on 2015, and spending from those visits rose four per cent to £2.5billion as the pound fell to a 30-year low against the dollar. read

Luxembourg suggests closing EU borders for 24 hours to prove value of free movement

Luxembourg PM Xavier Bettel said making people wait two hours to get into Italy or Spain would make clear why free movement rules are crucial to the EU. read

England footballer's son faces expulsion from school for making 'killer clown threats'

The teenager, whose father is a Premier League footballer, was allegedly behind a chilling account that posted threatening messages about other schools in the city. read

CCTV captures female shopkeeper strike armed robber as he tried to steal the till

The worker hurled lager cans as the robber reached over the counter as Sean Munson, 25, brazenly took the money at the Lifestyle Express store in Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire. read

Do women need their friends MORE than men? Female mice feel higher levels of stress when left on their own

The research comes from the University of Calgary where scientists tested the stress levels in male and female mice. The findings highlight the importance of a social network for females (stock image). read

Ten bits of bad driving you might not know you can get penalty points for

Speeding, drink-driving and using a mobile are three well-known reasons for penalty points, but there are others that you might be oblivious to. read

Fellows Auctioneers in Birmingham has rare handbags including Chanel and Louis Vuitton

At Fellows Auctioneers in Birmingham, lots on offer include the covetable Hermès Birkin bag alongside Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior - with sales making more than £100,000. read

Incredible moment a six-day-old baby has life-saving open heart surgery after a nurse spots a deadly defect

Nurses noticed the six-day-old boy, from London, had a blue colouring in his feet. Tests revealed he had total anomalous pulmonary venous drainage - a potentially fatal heart defect. read

Essex divorcee spends £5k turning herself into a 'sexy cougar' and now dates younger men

Carole Pridmore, from Chingford, Essex, shed six stone after her marriage broke down three years ago and then paid thousands for a boob job to complete her look. read

MPs face sleaze probes if their second jobs get in the way of duties to constituents

Proposals from the parliamentary standards commissioner would mean politicians have to ensure there is no 'conflict' between outside work and their official duties. read

Chesterfield Asperger's sufferer found hanged after he was sexually abused by his carer

Aaron Leafe is feared to have taken his own life at the Ivy Cottage Children's Home in Tupton, Derbyshire, just six weeks after finding the courage to report predator Anwar Ismail. read

UK's wardrobes are under attack after a humid September

The pests - common clothes moths which feed on wool and natural fibres such as cashmere, tweed, sheepskin and fur - are eating through our jumpers and cardigans in millions of homes in the UK. read

Derren Brown makes woman eat GLASS live on stage during Miracle show

Audience member Sarah Carson was asked by Derren Brown to place the piece of glass on her tongue and to 'crunch on the big bits' during his West End production, Miracle, which aired on Channel 4. read

Trainee nurse is left with green hair after using purple dye

Trainee nurse Carol Gray, 25, from Keith, Scotland was left with green hair after using purple dye to tone down her brassy highlights and had to use ketchup to get rid of the emerald hue. read

Tone deaf people may find it harder to tell if a laugh is fake or read facial expressions

Researchers from Goldsmiths, University of London and University College London (UCL) looked at whether tone-deaf people had difficulty in social situations (stock image) read

Tooting woman attacked by Asian man who forced her into a building and raped her

Detectives from the Metropolitan Police are appealing for witnesses after the woman was attacked while walking alone in Tooting, south London. read

Chinese businessmen pay thousands to go on ‘wife tours’ of Siberia

Siberian marriage agency OCS Centre say Chinese men are desperate to marry a Russian bride, due to a lack of women in China, and add they have had a massive success in matching couples. read

Thigh do! Groom squeezes the legs of female wedding guests while blindfolded in bizarre Polish tradition 

The footage, said to have been captured in Ontario, Canada, shows a number of women - including the bride - sitting on chairs and waiting for the newlywed to pass. read

Russian prostitute arrested by NYPD for 'blackmailing Eliot Spitzer' over assault

Svetlana Travis, the $5,000-a-night Russian prostitute who accused ex-New York governor Eliot Spitzer of choking her in a hotel room has been arrested on blackmail charges. read

Driverless cars to be tested on UK streets for the first time: 'Pods' will navigate Milton Keynes' roundabouts

A pod, like a small two-seater car, developed by a company spun out from Oxford University will be tested in Milton Keynes today. read

M4 closed for 5 hours after a pedestrian was hit and killed by a lorry

Motorists have been stuck in severe delays for several hours following the crash on the London-bound carriageway of the M4 just before 3am on Tuesday. read

Whitehall thinks our soldiers are ‘bad’ says former Armed Forces chief David Richards

In an excoriating attack on the Government, General Sir David Richards, ex-chief of the defence staff, said there was an ‘instinct’ in Whitehall that British soldiers ‘aren’t good’. read

All victims of the conmen who peddled bogus pills with help of Royal Mail

Royal Mail is delivering unlicensed medicines despite warnings of their dangers. The illegal pills putting the elderly at risk are being sold through catalogues and dropped through letterboxes. read

Four of Diamonds replace Brooks Way on the X Factor 2016

Four of Diamonds have been announced as the replacements for Brooks Way on The X Factor - after the boys were axed in light of claims that member Josh had beaten up his girlfriend. read

CCTV captures the horrifying moment an 80-year-old man is CATAPULTED into the air by a speeding car 

CCTV footage shows the 80-year-old man, who suffered serious injuries, leaning back to let a car drive past after walking into the road to open the door of his own vehicle in St Louis, Missouri. read

Salisbury driver and his half-sister killed when their car ctashes head-on with van

Both youngsters died at the scene on the A36 near Salisbury, Wiltshire, when the Ford Fiesta struck a Mercedes Sprinter van heading in the opposite direction read

Chinese wave power device is suspiciously similar to a Scottish machine

Scottish company Pelamis Wave Power produced this renewable energy device (pictured) and shortly after a visit by the Chinese Government in 2011 the factory was burgled. read

Nuclear power plants are at risk of MILITANT ATTACKS: UN says recent cyber hacks are the 'tip of the iceberg'

A nuclear power plant became the target of a disruptive cyber attack two to three years ago, said International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) director Yukiya Amano (pictured) this week. read

Indian child has 80 maggots removed from her ear after complaining of itch

Radhika Mandloi, from central India, started to suffer pain in her left ear last week. Doctors were shocked to find a blow fly - attracted to bad smells - inside her ear which had laid around 80 larva. read

Andy Murray hits out after his tactical notes are revealed on TV during China Open final

STUART FRASER IN SHANGHAI: Murray’s management team have complained to the ATP tour after his tactical notes were shown on television during Sunday’s China Open final in Beijing. read

Student says he woke up naked and paralysed in 'serial killer' Stephen Port's bedroom

Stephen Port, of Barking, east London, is accused of attacking a dozen victims to satisfy his fetish for sex with unconscious young men. read

McDonald's customer pours his drink over woman 'fat shaming' a man waiting to order

A McDonald's customer received a hero's reception after pouring his drink over a girl who is berating a helpless man about his weight, in a social experiment to see how the public responded. read

Prince William showcases his new look thanks to stylist Natasha Archer

Prince William is said to have enlisted the help of the Duchess of Cambridge's stylist Natasha Archer, 29, to freshen up his wardrobe. read

Kate Middleton's Kate Spade dress splits Britain as 2 fashion experts give their opinions

In London to speak about mental health yesterday, the Duchess of Cambridge turned heads in a £428 pink silk Kate Spade dress that left fashion fans firmly divided. read

Teen who thought she had pulled a muscle discovers pain was actually a tumour in her bum

Ellie Waters, 14, from Northants, was told she had deep tissue tear after collapsing in a charity run last year. But a scan found she had an alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma - a form of soft tissue cancer. read

Is this a cure for Alzheimer's? Gene therapy could help to prevent brain-clogging plaques from forming

Inserting the PGC-1-alpha gene into the brains of mice helped to stop protein build-ups - found in the brains of dementia patients - from forming, experts from Imperial College London found. read

The child who makes TEN THOUSAND dumplings a day: Incredible story of how an eight-year-old Chinese boy helps support his family 

Eight-year-old Liu Minghui from China makes ten thousand dumplings a day to support his family. His parents are migrant workers and he only gets to see them once a year. read

CIPD says graduates are now 'colonising jobs' previously done by school leavers

The proportion of graduates in roles within the police, administrative positions and estate agents has risen dramatically since 1979, and shows many courses no longer represent value for money. read

Still unsure whether or not you should carry a donor card? Then read this young couple's devastating story

The only thing that saved Luke Yates from Hampshire in the horrible weeks and months after his wife Sam’s death was the knowledge that she would have wanted him to go on living. read

AspireAssist surgery is new surgical solution to weight loss

Three times a day, after each meal, Carola Karlsson from Sweden takes herself off to the nearest bathroom to dispose of a third of what she has just eaten to control her weight. read

Glasgow dog scared of his own hair after owner gives him a trim

Goose, an eight-year-old Yorkshire Terrier, had a puzzled look on his face after being sheared last week by his owner Grant Brown, a 31-year-old hospitality manager from Glasgow, Scotland. read

Lindsay Lohan's BFF, Vikram Chatwal, accused of setting two dogs on fire

Vikram Chatwal, a New York hotelier, socialite and friend of Lindsay Lohan, has been accused of setting a stranger's two dogs on fire outside his Manhattan home, then babbling incoherently. read

BBC is ordered to put more older women on TV by chief of its new watchdog

Sharon White (pictured), the chief executive of Ofcom, accused the corporation of 'not doing as good a job as it should be', in its attitude to older women and minorities. read

Midsomer Murders writer Anthony Horowitz claims evil flourishes in the countryside

To town dwellers, Midsomer Murders — in whose bucolic environs more than 220 people have been killed so far — may look like a blackly comical escapist fantasy. read

Brides who'd spent hours and thousands of pounds planning their weddings share the excruciating things that went wrong

As wedding season winds down after an action-packed summer, brides have taken to internet forums to share their wedding disaster tales. read

Philip Green's £2m bonus for key staff as BHS went into administration

The staff, from top executives to buyers and receptionists, were told about the payment on the same day as 11,000 staff were informed they would lose their jobs. read

Dame Lowell Goddard handed £90k payoff after quitting child sex abuse inquiry

Dame Lowell Goddard, who was in the post for just 18 months, had been on a total salary and benefits package worth almost £500,000. read

Russian girl who ran away to Syria says she was madly in love with Isis fanatic

Varvara Karaulova, 20, told a military court in Moscow that she had fallen for fanatical Airat Samatov and 'wed' him in a secret virtual ceremony after he groomed her online. read

Second group of stowaway migrants are found hiding in the back of a freezer lorry on the M25 just three days after 15 people were discovered in a -25C truck at service station 

A group of 23 adults and one child were found in the back of the lorry on the M25 on Monday afternoon, the second large group to be found in just four days. Police said 15 people were found on Friday. read

Tattoo artist risks blindness to get her EYEBALLS injected with ink

Beautician turned tattoo artist Sara Night, 32, from London has risked blindness to have her eyeballs injected with dark blue ink as she thought it looked 'artistically amazing'. read

Thousands of Germans who committed crimes for the Third Reich were protected from prosecution for decades by ex-Nazi judges, historical study finds

The study has found that more than half of senior officials in Germany's justice ministry were Nazis and judges and lawyers saw no difference between carrying out sentences for Hitler and post-war work. read

Gareth Southgate slashes £500k off of his £3.2m home over 'tax avoidance' probe

Gareth Southgate has knocked £500,000 off the price of his Yorkshire mansion which is now on the market for £3.2million and comes with a wine cellar and home cinema. read

Labour split on immigration as Diane Abbott dismisses call to cut numbers

Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott (pictured) last night dismissed calls from the new Shadow Brexit Secretary Sir Keir Starmer for immigration to the UK to be cut. read

Vladimir Putin cancels visit to Paris after Francois Hollande insists they discuss Syria

The Kremlin confirmed this morning that Presidnet Vladimir Putin had cancelled a visit to the French capital where he was due to have talks over the Syria conflict with Francois Hollande. read

Green Pantry cat food containing lobster and CAVIAR go on sale at £9k for a eyar

British Banquet cat food by Green Pantry costs £249.99 for a 2kg bag, and contains world's most luxurious ingredients, including saffron, superfood quinoa and Devon crab. read

Pregnant Essex woman Hannah Dalton vomited 20 times a day

Hannah Dalton, 27, from Essex, suffered severe hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) which left her vomiting constantly and unable to keep food down - eventually leading to PTSD. read

Father-daughter duo find two carat uncut diamond in Arkansas state park

Dan Frederick and his daughter, Lauren, found a 2.03-carat diamond in Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas. The gem-hunting pair found the stone in less than an hour of searching. read

Nasa's Juno probe releases spooky noises from Jupiter's auroras

The creepy sounds were recorded by University of Iowa's 'Waves' instrument and then converted in sound files by the engineers to form the spooky soundscape. read

Durham owner gives her cat an inhaler after she was diagnosed with ASTHMA 

Three-year-old Heidi, who suffers from feline asthma, is given an inhaler by loving owners Donna and David Stead, from County Durham, to keep her condition under control. read

Uber pays £400k in UK tax despite raking in more than £23m from British customers

Uber London Ltd's latest accounts show the UK company’s turnover doubled in the year to December 2015, but this income did not come from driver commissions, which disappeared abroad. read

Would a woman's hair color stop YOU from helping her? New Yorker poses as a blonde and a brunette to find out which one gets more help with a VERY embarrassing wardrobe malfunction

The test by featured a woman on the streets of New York with her skirt tucked into her underwear wearing brunette and blonde wigs. As a blonde she waited an hour for assistance. read

Author Judith Kerr thinks people should keep 'do no resuscitate' note

Children's author Judith Kerr has said people over the age of 75 should keep a 'do not resuscitate' sign next to them to spare their family the anxiety of deciding what to do regarding their death. read

Cancer patients only diagnosed when they end up at A&E

In most cases, though their symptoms weren’t typical, patients had visited their doctor ‘multiple times during the months leading up to their diagnosis’, says Cristina Renzi of Cancer Research UK. read

Council worker put his axe through a water pipe and soaks customers waiting to use ATM

ATM customers in Tekridag, Turkey, hoping to get some money were instead given a soaking when a worker managed to burst a water pipe, sending a huge jet of water spraying everywhere. read

Melbourne teen Ruby Rue dubbed male version of Kim Kardashian

Melbourne's Ruby Rue, 18, has sent social media into meltdown after sharing an array of daring derriere photos that have seen him dubbed the 'male Kim Kardashian.' read

Russia's skyline resembles something out of a fairy tale in stunning dream-like photographs

Andrei Mikhailov, 33, toured his native St Petersburg to take the photographs that appear more like paintings from an ancient book of fairy tales than the second-largest city in Russia. read

Russian billionaire's megayacht 'may never leave the Baltic Sea because it 's too big'

Russian media claim that German shipbuilders 'messed up' when constructing Andrey Melnichenko new £365million superyacht and it is now too big to leave the Baltic Sea. read

Carluccio founder pours scorn on the UK version of spaghetti bolognese

Antonio Carluccio told an audience at Cheltenham Literature Festival he was confused when he first came to London and saw spaghetti Bolognese on menus – because it does not exist in Italy. read

Rolf Harris' daughter mounts a bizarre defence comparing him to Picasso

The only child of the jailed Rolf Harris has again tried to defend the actions of the artist and TV personality by claiming Pablo Picasso was also a paedophile, but his artwork hasn't been removed. read

Sickening moment teenage girl trying to take a selfie is SCALPED when her hair gets caught in a ferris wheel 

Video footage that some viewers may find hard to watch shows the teenager had her locks completely ripped off. The accident happened outside a college in around 40 miles north of Delhi, India. read

Unmanned Chinese vehicle shown moving by itself in eerie video

Bizarre video footage has caught a tricycle running on a road in China without a driver. In the footage, cars can be seen swerving to avoid hitting the vehicle. Police are seen investigating the incident. read

Dramatic moment brave passers-by jump into a lake to save a pensioner and his dog from sinking car

Dramatic footage from Hertfordshire shows three people trying to rescue a man in his seventies from his car which had plunged into a lake and started to sink - eventually managing to save him. read

What cancer looks like under fluorescent lights and 3D scans

Collated by the National Cancer Institute, the images were taken at a number of cancer centres across the US. A range of fluorescent scans and 3D images were used in the collection. read

Mother-of-six has Facebook page DISABLED after breastfeeding pics

Rebecca Wanosik, a mother-of-six from Missouri, was asked by a friend if she could feed a stranger's baby while the girl's mother was in surgery. She obliged. read

Schindler's List's factory is under threat because Czechs remember him as a crook

The project to save the site in Brněnec, Czech Republic, by a local writer is not proving popular with locals who still remember Oskar Schindler for heavy drinking, gambling and women. read

Getting mad or doing heavy exercise can double your risk of a heart attack within the hour

An international study of more than 12,000 first-time heart attack patients found one in seven had either done heavy exercise or experienced intense emotions - or both - within the hour before the attack. read

Turkish man commits suicide live on Facebook after girlfriend breaks up with him 

In the tragic footage Erdogan Ceren, from Turkey, holds a shotgun to his chest while addressing the camera and, after one failed attempt, ends his life. read

Revealed: Passenger plane lands at the WRONG airport after pilots ignore their navigation equipment 

The Sriwijaya Air flight was travelling to Padang, Indonesia at the time. It was the first time the pilots had flown to the airport. They decided to ignore their instruments as they thought they were wrong. read

Chinese parents found dead shielding daughter in rubble of collapsed building

A mother and father in China were found in the rubble of their building shielding their daughter on October 11. They were found in rubble after their residential building collapsed. read

New parents shed 15 STONE of baby weight together after ditching their 8,000 calorie-a-day fast food diet 

Parents Debbie, 28, and Brandon Potter, 29, from Bethpage, New York, gave into food cravings and late night takeaways after the birth of their first child Brayson, now aged three, in 2013. read

London bus driver caught on camera 'swerving into cyclist' who was in his way

Transport For London is investigating GoPro footage of a cyclist who was lucky to escape unhurt after the bus turned a corner near Elephant and Castle, forcing her off the road. read

'Why won't they unblock my arteries?': Graham was refused treatment 'until he'd develop a stroke or a heart attack'

Graham Wiggins from Dartford, Kent, was diagnosed with a calcified carotid artery. Apart from taking statins, Dr Martin Scurr recommends an unusual remedy: eat at least three tomatoes a day. read

The new jab that could stop YOU going blind: Cell-replacement therapy may halt a common cause of blindness

In a new study in Israel, patients are being given injections of special cells to replace those killed off by AMD, or dry age-related macular degeneration. The hope is that will stop the disease progressing. read

A gold rush: Earth's precious minerals formed when another world collided with our planet 4.45 billion years ago

The Tokyo Institute of Technology led an international team of scientists in the study, in which a computer simulation tracked the evolution of the planets over 300 million years. read

Teenage truant was given a free manicure as a reward for managing to attend a whole week of school

Debbie Conroy (pictured), 42, admitted failing to ensure her teenage daughter's regular school attendance at Blackpool Magistrates' Court but said the girl was 'turning her life around'. read

Where does Superman put his socks? As 'locker room talk' hits headlines Craig Brown ponders the question

As 'locker room talk' hits headlines with the recent antics of Ukip members and revelation as of US presidential candidate Donald Trump, Craig Brown ponders this question. read

Only half of women talk to their mum each week: Young are most likely to keep in touch 

The survey, commissioned to mark the 70th anniversary of Woman’s Hour, left presenter Jane Garvey ‘shocked’ at the lack of communication between mothers and daughters in the UK. read

Dusty old film cans found in attic turn out to be world's first ever DASHCAM footage which captures Hull in all its glory 50 years ago

Pub landlady Maud Mellors drove around the centre of Hull with her son Peter in the late 1960s, filming everything she saw - and the video has now emerged half a century later. read

Go to space without leaving earth: Desolate landscapes you won't believe are on our planet 

MailOnline Travel has compiled a catalogue of locations that look other-worldly, from sulfurous hot springs in Ethiopia to gas craters in Turkmenistan and ice in Siberia. read

Canadian dog fetches his owner bottles of beer from a cooler during camping trip

The phrase man's best friend has rarely been truer than with this obedient dog who has been trained to fetch beer. Footage emerged last week from Sudbury, Canada, of the puppy's very useful trick. read

Wolverhampton boy was killed when his cousin accidentally reversed truck over him

Matthew Junior 'MJ' Maybin was killed when his cousin Tony accidentally reversed a tipper truck over him outside the boy's home in Wolverhampton, an inquest heard. read

I could barely walk and struggled to see - but TWO doctors said there was nothing to worry about: The terrifying ordeal of a British backpacker who brought back a tropical disease from the Colombian jungle 

Following a holiday to Colombia last year, Adam Millward woke up drained of energy and with a pounding headache. ‘I knew it wasn’t just a hangover,’ says the 29-year-old from London. read

The under 35s who can't boil an egg or change a lightbulb

Many of those surveyed by Poundland also admitted they couldn’t hang a picture, put a new washer in a dripping tap, decorate a room or iron a shirt or blouse. read

Growing numbers of meat eaters choosing a plant-based diet in attempt to stay healthy

New survey reveals people are eating less meat than they used to. Twenty-eight per cent of 18 to 24-year-olds said ‘that by 2025, my diet will probably be mostly meat-free.’ read

Heartbroken bride reveals her husband married her before dying of cancer 

Sian Thomas, 28, of Surbiton, south London, was married for just one day before the love of her life Jonathan, 30, (pictured together) died of a rare type of cancer. read

Kim Kardashian-inspired 'robbery victim' outfit released by Costumeish for Halloween

The controversial costume - which also includes a fake four million dollar ring, a robe and long black wig - is on sale for $69.99. The US-based company also created a 'foxy Megyn bloody tampon' costume. read

UK childcare is the most expensive in the world

The figure is more than three times the cost in France and Germany. A full-time nursery place for a child under two costs £222 a week, up by a third in six years. read

£2.5million-a-year executive quits after her children say they don't see her enough 

Ruby McGregor-Smith, 53, has spent nine years juggling her role as chief executive of security and cleaning staff supplier Mitie with raising her two children - but now she is stepping down. read

Amber Rudd pleas that Calais Jungle children should be safe before camp is bulldozed

During a two-hour meeting with the interior minister in London yesterday, she stressed that children eligible for transfer to the UK must be moved out of the so-called 'Jungle' before bulldozers move in. read

The Queen 'lobbied' the Commonwealth to back Prince Charles

Buckingham Palace has always publicly insisted it is up to the Commonwealth’s member nations who takes over after the Queen. read

Airports so beautiful you’ll WANT to be delayed: The world's most spectacular terminals revealed

China's Shezhen Bao'an airport was built to mimic a manta ray, Georgia's Queen Tamar Airport looks like a spaceship and Russia's Pulkovo airport in St Petersberg has a special 'snow roof'. read

Korean Burger King worker struggles with burning Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Onlookers at the branch of Burger King in the city of Incheon in South Korea shriek as the woman uses the heatproof gloves to place the phone on a table before dropping the handset onto the floor. read

Bizarre moment in St Agnes that a naked bearded man busts a move on top of a police car

In alarming footage the bearded reveller jiggles around on top of the force's Ford Focus beside the M32 in St Agnes near Bristol. Two unimpressed police officers watch on. read

The stupidest selfie craze yet? Bizarre trend sees Twitter users throwing their PHONES in the air while trying to snap a picture of themselves clapping their hands in a 'self-five'

The craze was started by North Carolina State University engineer Seth Schneider, who shared a blurry image of himself clapping his hands. read

That's one way to rock a baby to sleep! Flexible new mother leaps, pirouettes, and even does the SPLITS while her daughter is strapped to her chest in graceful video clip

New mother Shané Reyneke was training to be a dance teacher when she became pregnant. Now, the pilates teacher from South Africa straps her daughter to her chest as she dances. read

Chinese newlywed 'allows guests to molest her during the ceremony

Video said to have been captured in northern China shows male revellers lining up and paying to grope the 'bride' during the wedding festivities. read

Chinese man walks on treadmill sitting down while snacking and drinking wine

Hilarious footage shows a lazy man tries to exercise while sitting down. The man eats snacks and drinks rice wine throughout the 17-second clip, which is believed to be filmed in China. read

Look mummy, it's Spider-Man and Iron Man! Children greeted by window-cleaning superheroes who dropped in to Sao Paulo hospital

The two superheroes were in Sao Paulo to celebrate the upcoming Children's Day. The men, who are real-life window cleaners, abseiled down Hospital Infantil Sabara to greet the children. read

Johanna Nordblad captured freediving UNDERNEATH a frozen lake

Johanna Nordblad, from Helsinki, Finland, once nearly lost her leg in a horrific accident but painful ice therapy saved it - now she's a world record-breaking freediver who swims under frozen lakes. read

Boy, nine, who lost his leg after being hit by a drunk driver is banned from playing Under-10s football on health and safety grounds in case his false leg injures opponents

Lochlan Olden, nine, of Pontypridd, south Wales, has been banned from playing for Treforest FC after just one game with his new carbon fibre leg, while the club was fined £20. read

Thigh and mighty: Woman gives pervert an almighty beating after he repeatedly strokes her leg on Chinese underground 

These are the shocking scenes were a Chinese woman was assaulted by a pervert while sitting on an underground train until she decided to slap her assailant across the face. read

Mac on... Donald Trump's infamous 'locker room' comments

Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses. Especially girls with classy asses! read

Moment skydivers ride on world's biggest swing suspended between two hot air balloons 6,000ft above the ground

This dizzying video shows the moment the skydivers leaped from a hot air balloon to ride on the world's biggest swing which dangles on a 500ft rope between two hot air balloons. read