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Horrifying dashcam footage has captured the moment a plane nose-dived into the ground and exploded in a ball of flames in Malta, killing all five people on board. The light aircraft, believed to be carrying crew members, crashed beside a road shortly after taking-off from the runway at Malta Airport at 7.20am today. No one aboard the flight, which was heading for Misrata in Libya, is thought to have survived. Footage shows the plane rising in the air before appearing to lose power as it flew directly over the airport perimeter road in Luqa. The Metroliner plane then smashed into the ground yards from the road and the wreckage was engulfed by an enormous fireball. Laurent Azzopardi captured the dramatic footage while he was driving to work.

British banker Rurik Jutting admits killing 2 Indonesian women in Hong Kong

Rurik Jutting, 31, stuffed one of their bodies in a suitcase left on his balcony while the other was repeatedly stabbed in the neck and bottom. The Cambridge graduate today pleaded not guilty to two murder charges after prosecutors rejected his attempt to plead guilty to the lesser charge of manslaughter. Jutting, who wore a dark blue shirt, glasses and was visibly slimmer than in his court appearances last year, was put into a glass-screened dock when he arrived in the court. Jutting worked for Bank of America-Merrill Lynch in structured equity finance and trading. If convicted, he faces life in prison.

The actress, who played Zoe Tate in the soap for 16 years, has already raised £60,000 for treatment since being diagnosed with terminal lung cancer seven weeks ago.

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Georgia Davis (left), 24, from Aberdare in Wales, found love with fitness club cleaner Matthew Takel (right), 44, last year.

Locals in Great Torrington (pictured), Devon, which has a population of less than 6,000, are said to be concerned about the influx of youngsters from the Jungle camp, and the impact on public services.

NEW Suman Das, 46, faces jail after he was convicted of molesting a teenage girl during a flight from Doha to Manchester. At the time of the assault Das' wife, Sonia, (pictured together) was sat beside him.

Poldark heartthrob Aidan Turner smooches a mystery brunette during a boozy lunch... just weeks after he was spotted kissing PR girl Tara Derakshan

The 33-year-old hunk was recently spotted enjoying a lunch with a glamorous mystery brunette. Aidan could not keep his hands off the beauty as they drank white wine and smoked outside an club in west London. It comes after the Irishman was last month spotted kissing Swedish advertising executive Tara Derakshan while out in the West End. Aidan and his latest flame spent all afternoon and went on into the evening smoking, drinking, and kissing and slow dancing on the pavement outside the club.

The BBC came under fire when a scene in Poldark depicted him sleeping with Elizabeth despite her saying 'no' to him three times. Christopher Stevens questions why the broadcaster showed rape.

Poldark fans were left horrified by a controversial scene which saw the show's central character, played by Aidan Turner, refusing to take no for an answer from his lover Elizabeth (Heida Reed).

Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, 57, has revealed that she and her ex-husband Prince Andrew have 'never really left each other' in an interview on Australian radio with Kyle and Jackie O.

Test out the £4.49 spa treatment loved by 'The Body' supermodel, Elle Macpherson, and avoid dry armpits with Weleda's sensitive wild rose deodorant.

Elvis Presley was a serial philandering according to new book about the King

In the concluding part of our series, RAY CONNOLLY describes how Elvis Presley wanted to marry a woman just like his mother, but he was incapable of ever being faithful.

NEW The Prime Minister pledged closer communications with the leaders from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland ahead of a potentially stormy meeting in Downing Street.

Britain could threaten to halve corporation tax if Brussels is unwilling to offer a good Brexit deal, it emerged yesterday. Downing Street could cut the rate from 20 percent to 10 percent.

NEW Firms from the bloc would add almost £13 billion a year in costs to their exports if Britain leaves the customs union without an alternative free trade deal.

Banks and Tory MPs last night dismissed as 'nonsense' dire warnings by Anthony Browne, head of the British Bankers' Association, that financiers will move their business abroad due to Brexit.

David Cameron sent a gloating text message to Boris Johnson after his Tory leadership bid was scuppered by Michael Gove, it has emerged in a new book by Tim Shipman.

Mr Benn also demanded a Commons vote on Theresa May's negotiating strategy - but conceded a bitter fight over the triggering of Article 50, the EU treaty clause which will initiate the process.

Teenage poker fan being 'quizzed over bomb on the London Tube'

Damon Smith, 19, was named locally as the suspect being quizzed by police investigating a device which sent part of London into lockdown, after police found a 'suspicious device' in his former Devon home (bottom right). Smith moved to London over the summer to start an IT course at London Metropolitan University three weeks ago, and his mother Antonitza, 49, (together left) came up from the West Country with him fearing he may not cope on his own. He has now been named as the suspect being questioned by police investigating the device found and blown up by anti-terror police at North Greenwich in London last week. Smith, who has been described as a 'loner', was filmed being Tasered and wrestled to the ground a short distance from Holloway Road Tube station (top right), about nine miles from the Tube station where the package was found. Last night he remained in custody and is being questioned on suspicion of preparing terrorist acts.

Joanne Fitton, 39, from North Yorkshire, had a brief relationship with Andrew Scott, also 39, who bombarded her with calls and emails when she ended it and sent a topless photo of her to the school.

Stella Grey was left devastated when her husband of 20 years asked for a divorce so he could be with another woman. Aged 50, she decided to turn to the world of online dating.

Justin Bieber storms off during Manchester concert as fans BOO him

The 22-year-old pop star was speaking to his fans at the Manchester Arena when they started booing - eager for him to get on with the show and carry on singing. Bieber then apparently dropped the mic and marched off stage after the crowd refused to listen. One fan at the concert tweeted: 'Justin got booed threw his mic and walked off stage #PurposeTourManchester'

NEW Tracey Bortoft, 39, from Blackburn, was bitten by an insect in May last year. Within 10 minutes her health had deteriorated and she was later rushed to hospital with huge swelling and blisters.

NEW Lieutenant Catia Pellegrino (pictured), who has a presidential medal of honour for rescues she's co-ordinated, is one of those suspected of mishandling the situation.

The father of newspaper girl Genette Tate - who became Britain's longest missing person after vanishing in Devon in 1978 - is now convinced she was murdered by serial killer Robert Black.

London-based web expert Kevin Marks said the internet is becoming harder to read for people like the elderly, the visually impaired or those with low-quality screens (stock image used)

Doctors discovered a tumour in Margaret Boemer's unborn baby when she went for a routine 16-week ultrasound in Texas and were forced to remove her from the womb, then put her back.

Ben Regan (left), of the Coldstream Guards, was mown down by a speeding motorist who did not hand himself in until ten hours later in June last year. His father, Jim (right) wants a change in law.

The husband and wife assassin duo behind Rodrigo Duterte's drug war executions

Married couple Ace and Sheila (centre) lead a vigilante death squad paid $100 for every user or dealer they kill in the Philippines' bloody war on drugs, and have killed almost a fifth of the 4,000 body count so far. The most feared killers on the streets of Maniula, they say they got involved to feed their family and now can't stop in case their boss, a prominent policeman, decides to get rid of them. These groups are a key part in President Rodrigo 'The Punisher' Duterte's (bottom right) pledge to kill 100,000 drug users and dealers. Each day brings more bloody corpses left on the streets in open view to deter other drug pushers and users.

Pembrokeshire is more relaxed about dogs than other parts of the UK. From October to April there are no dog restrictions on any of its beaches and only two impose a ban on dogs from May to September.

Elon Musk's comments were made in Reddit Ask Me Anything session. The Q&A; was a follow-up to a speech by Musk at the International Astronautical Congress in Mexico last month.

Using contactless cards, which can be used for everything from paying a bus fare to buying a coffee, means people no longer to fumble around for money.

half of us have been stung by hefty bank charges - sometimes as high as £10 a day - after going overdrawn in the last 12 months, which add up to up to £750-a-year in some cases.

Calais burns: Jungle clearance finally BEGINS after night of violence with police firing

UPDATED Migrants lit fires (top) and threw rocks at officers in full riot gear, who set up 'exclusion zones' at the camp in Calais, France amid fears that anarchists were trying to hijack the evacuation and spark violence during planned evacuations. Charity No Borders - which authorities fear has infiltrated the camp - issued a 'call to arms' to all its followers, leading to an unusual statement from French Police banning them from the site. More than one thousand migrants began queuing (bottom) before dawn to be transferred from the camp this morning on the first day of the operation to clear the sprawling shanty town. Wrapped up against the cold and with their meagre possessions packed in suitcases and rucksacks they waited patiently for the gates of the government processing centre to open.

The Home Office said the French authorities had requested the process be put on hold while the action was ongoing and it had 'reluctantly' agreed.

Derbyshire based Armadillo Merino designs and manufactures next-to-skin protective clothing for astronauts, firefighters and special forces including SAS soldiers.

About 40 refugees, who all say they are under 18, were driven into an immigration centre in Croydon, South London, where huge screens have been erected to prevent anyone from seeing them.

Migrants living in the Calais Jungle, including Yakbal and Hodjamohel (pictured) have refused to give up their dream of reaching the UK, just hours ahead of the camp's planned demolition.

Church bells ring for first time in TWO year after Iraqi army fighters liberate town from

NEW Bells could be heard all around the town of Bartella on the outskirts of Mosul after Christians felt safe enough to return to the church for the first time since 2014 after it was liberated by Iraqi forces. It comes as the jihadis have been losing ground as the battle for the city intensifies. When forces entered the church, they found pews destroyed, statues broken and piles of burned bibles. Meanwhile he terror group unleashed a series of car bombs in the town of Rutba to the west of Mosul yesterday in a bid to distract Kurdish forces who have been approaching the city from the north.

Sir Howard Davies, the chairman of the Airports Commission, said the case for expanding Heathrow is now 'overwhelming' and has 'strengthened in recent months'.

Tesco has more than doubled the cost of petrol station air to pump up tyres from 20p to 50p. The retail chain justified its price hike by saying it now offered five minutes - rather than two - to pump up tyres.

Hayley Youngman became 'infatuated' with killer Lerone Boye - serving 28 years for stabbing a teenager to death - when she began working nightshifts at Whitemoor Prison, Cambridgeshire.

Amber Arkell, 27, from Auckland, New Zealand, was in bed when her boyfriend, Kieran Wilson, 31, noticed found a lump on the lower right side of her breast in October last year.

Can you spot all 60 well-known brand names in this brainteaser?

NEW If you always find crosswords too easy and solve brainteasers effortlessly, this one's for you. This incredibly cryptic puzzle contains 60 images that represent brand and company names. While some are easy, other rely on your ability to decipher visual puns. If you can solve all 60, you earn a place in the Brandscape Hall of Fame.

Married Isabelle Graham, 27, who was banned from the teaching profession after she spent the night in a hotel with a 17-year-old boy, will not fight the decision to ban her from the classroom.

Researchers from UCL, the University of Sheffield and the University of Pennsylvania managed to predict judgments at the European Court of Human Rights.

Youngsters at Summerhill Infants School in Bristol were told they must stop running in the playground over health and safety fears after too many children kept 'bumping their heads'.

Walking Dead fans take to Twitter to share anger as Negan victim cliffhanger is resolved

SPOILER WARNING: The premiere of The Walking Dead's seventh season proved the show's writers love torturing fans as much as they enjoy torturing the characters. After two fan favorites were killed, Twitter had a meltdown. The show's seventh season premiered on AMC after a cliffhanger in April left fans biting their nails in anticipation. Season six ended with the sadistic leader of The Saviors, Negan (left), played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan, killing two cast members with his razor wire-wrapped bat, Lucille. It was revealed on Sunday Glenn Rhee (Steven Yeun) and Abraham Ford (Michael Cudlitz) were on the receiving end of the blows - and fans on Twitter were not amused. 'This show just loves to rip out everyone's heart and put it on the ground, stomp on it, and then light it on fire,' wrote Kate Stearns. Wicked wrote: 'I'm heartbroken after this episode.' 'Probably gonna need a therapist for this...' tweeted Jacob Grant.

EXCLUSIVE: Matt Coleman, 31, from Peterborough, visited the gym after his military discharge. He has since become a strongman - despite having another heart attack along the way.

Flood defence spending could be favouring the wealthy and the south east of England, analysis has shown. Cash is distributed on a benefit to cost basis so more expensive homes will win over others.

In the year before the announcement, the Tory Party registered donations of more than £1million from Tamil businessman Subaskaran Allirajah (pictured) and his telecoms firm Lycamobile.

Chemotherapy might not be right for every cancer patient according to new guidelines from the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges. Cancer Research UK has raised concerns about the advice.

Ministers have pledged to reduce bureaucracy to take drug development down to an average of eight years instead of 12. The Brexit vote is being touted as part of the reason for the changes.

Pregnant Janet Jackson enjoys London amble with husband Wissam Al Mana

Janet Jackson covered up her changing shape in Islamic-style dress while walking hand-in-hand with her husband Wissam Al Mana in London. The 50-year-old All For You hitmaker wore the hooded number and comfortable boots as she enjoyed her stroll while looking adoringly at her spouse. After much speculation, Janet finally confirmed her pregnancy and is allowing her baby bump to be shown to the world. Janet is pictured with Justin Timberlake at the Super Bowl halftime show in 2004 when he accidentally exposed her breast.

Thousands of people are being treated for the effects of toxic gases after ISIS attacked a chemical factory in northern Iraq releasing poisonous sulphur into the atmosphere.

Jimmy Perry, co-creator of Dad's Army, has died after a brief illness. Perry, who worked closely with producer David Croft, died on Sunday morning at his home, his agent said.

Danielle Rawes, 22, from Cumbria, who took her 14-month-old son to hospital after he bumped his head was 'made to feel like a criminal' by doctors who summoned social workers to attend an appointment.

Mick Ryan, 49, took to the streets of Coventry to collect money for a memorial plaque for Sophia McDonald, seven, who was killed while crossing a road near her home on Tuesday.

Teenager began suffering from anorexia at just five years old after a DEMON urged her to

NEW A young girl became anorexic after a demon urged her to 'do it for the bones' and told her to make herself sick. Lucy Mathison, (pictured above on the left at 9 years old, and on the right now at a healthy weight) from Monkseaton, North Tyneside, says the figure would follow her around and tell her to stop eating. As a child she even drew an image of the figure (inset) telling her to 'do it for the bones'. Lucy, who is now 18, battled anorexia for 11 years after becoming 'jealous' of her Barbie and Bratz dolls when she was just five.

Republican political consultant Karl Rove said he does not see a viable path to victory for Donald Trump, pointing to crucial battle states where he is trailing behind in poll numbers.

'I have nothing to say about Wikileaks, other than I think we should all be concerned about what the Russians are trying to do to our election,' Clinton said after DailyMail.com asked her about it.



Up All Night! Liam Payne lets his hair down at Las Vegas club... after 'pregnant' girlfriend Cheryl divorces ex Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini in '14 seconds'

He's reportedly expecting his first child with girlfriend Cheryl, but parental concerns took a back seat as Liam Payne partied up a storm in Las Vegas on Saturday evening. The One Direction star, 23, was joined by pals at the city's newest nightspot, Intrigue, where they were entertained by popular Russian DJ Zedd while occupying the sprawling venue's VIP room. Clearly in high spirits, Liam drank shorts while dancing with fellow revellers at the Las Vegas club before making an exit in the early hours of the morning.

A police officer is under investigation after posting selfies while in uniform on a website for swingers. PC Barry Dean, from Coventry, is now being investigated by West Midlands Police.

A former footballer and three of his brothers have been charged following a long-running investigation into a charity they run. Sam Sodje, (pictured) played for Reading in the Premier League.

As well as buying mini furniture, owners now want quieter household appliances to keep the noise down in their small, open-plan properties

Revealed: Mother who was filmed spitting at a man who asked her to move off his driveway is a wannabe glamour model

The heated argument, filmed in Kettering, Northamptonshire, starts when the man catches the mother returning to the car she parked on his property. When the property owner tells Carla Marinee (top right), 'This is a private driveway' she is initially apologetic but, the atmosphere soon turns sour when she realises she is being filmed (bottom right).The blonde mother purses her lips and appears to spit (pictured main) in the cameraman's direction. She asked the man: 'Don't you have to have my permission to film me?' A boy, who is wearing a school uniform, stands behind her and she clutches another young child during the incident.

Prince Andrew, 56, is said to want his daughters to carry out full-time royal duties, giving them responsibilities similar to their cousins Prince William and Prince Harry.

The Polish driver made an emergency stop at a garage in Bristol after he heard knocking coming from the back of his refrigerated lorry (pictured). Police found a group of seven in the back.

Hawaiian Airlines won a legal battle to allow them to weigh passengers before take off on the 2,600 mile route from Honolulu to Pago Pago after six complaints were filed in the USA.

Perhaps the most difficult mother in all fiction has to be the mercenary Mrs Bennet from Pride And Prejudice, who thinks of nothing but finding her daughters rich husbands.

SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: Battle for Badminton millions as Marquess of Worcester's new love

Harry Worcester (far left and far right) has triggered what is set to be one of the British gentry's most costly divorces by ending his near 30-year marriage to Tracy Ward (second left), granddaughter of the 3rd Earl of Dudley and the mother of his three children. The split between the two dynasties is expected to be fraught with complications given that Bunter, 64, will inherit his 88-year-old father's glorious Badminton estate in Gloucestershire (inset), which at 52,000 acres is one of the biggest in England. Bunter has revealed he's fallen in love with British journalist Georgia Powell (second right), 47, who is related to former Prime Minster David Cameron through a mutual cousin.

The houses in almost one in five British market towns are at least £100,000 more expensive than the average property in their county, including Henley-on-Thames in Oxfordshire (pictured).

Secrets photographs and documents which shed light on the famous Cabinet War Rooms where Winston Churchill directed the war, have been released for the first time.

Kate Wray, a professional matchmaker and relationship expert, has shared a simple quiz that she says will help you decide if your partner is in it for the long haul.

Ming Jiang, 42, from Manchester, will appear in court on Monday after being charged with murder following the discovery of a headless body which had no limbs by the side of a busy road.

The girl's parents claim social workers are ignoring their traditional Christian beliefs and said their rights are being eroded as they object to attempts by their daughter to become a boy.

Are these the worst views in Britain? Building site, car park and pub toilet wall top list

Hundreds of people have so far entered a competition to find the home with the most horrendous view in the UK, which comes to an end on Thursday. Among the entries vying it out include a noisy and floodlit building site which has greeted Tamsin Wooldridge every day for a year at her flat in Reading (bottom left). Meanwhile Kate MacKenzie from Aberdeenshire sent in a grim snap of the view from her bedroom of a bleak pub toilet window opposite her home (centre). And in St Albans, Claire Montgomery sent in a photo of a destroyed wooden fence and heaps of rubble at derelict land at the end of her garden (top right). Laura Tovey, of Exeter, entered a snap from her bedroom window showing an 'army of wheelie bins' outside (top left). And Helen Broddle has a busy car park outside her window in Scarborough (bottom right).

Figures produced by the British Association of Aesthetic and Plastic Surgeons revealed a 16 per cent increase in the number of people undergoing face and neck lifts in 2015.

Female noses have become increasingly attracted to some of the scents contained within deodorants meaning they can find less fetching men just as masculine.

Jeremy Corbyn was in talks with Shami Chakrabarti about a potential peerage months before she carried out the report into anti-Semitism, it has been claimed. The baroness denies it.

Bupa is facing possible criminal charges after it emerged earlier this month that unsafe practices allegedly led to the death of 86-year-old Kenneth Ibbetson (pictured) from Legionnaires' disease.

A Europe-wide report analysing attitudes towards physical and mental health found that women were 'much more likely' to seek medical help for severe headaches than men.

SunLife Organics juicing mogul Khalil Rafati went from homeless addict to millionaire

Khalil Rafati, 46, (pictured right with an unidentified woman) is the founder of the SunLife Organics chain in Los Angeles, where he has opened up six different locations in five short years. But in 2003 Rafati (pictured left) was a homeless convicted felon, camping out on Skid Row. Rafiti eventually became clean and opened up a sober living house in 2007, where he began making his own smoothies for his patients. Word began to spread and soon people were visiting just to get his juices (inset). A business, he realized, had been born.

Asperger's sufferer Lauri Love, from Stradishall, Suffolk, is facing a 99-year prison sentence in the US, but his parents have warned that he will not survive the American justice system.

German neo Nazis who verbally abused a suicidal Somali boy, 17, filmed the moment he plunged to his death from a fifth floor window in Schmo after authorities spent an hour trying to save his life.

A drug to treat Duchenne muscular dystrophy, an illness mainly affecting young boys, has been approved in the US, offering hope to the 2,500 British children who currently fight the disease.

New recruits to UK police forces will no longer be rejected if they have bad eyesight because the 'unaided eyesight standard' is being quietly scrapped, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

Wonderful walkies: Terrified dog that was locked in a cage for so long she was unable to walk, enjoys her first runaround after charity frees her

A heartwarming video shows Liszka the dog battling to move around freely again. Her abusive owner had caged her up and she was found 'waiting for death' by her rescuers in Poland. In a horrific case of animal cruelty she was locked up in a cage and forced to lie in her own faeces without food or water. Now she has a new home and is well on her way to recovery, despite her serious walking problems.

The Avanti Court Primary school, London, has claimed that the £20 increase in the cost of its lunches is due to Britain voting to leave the Eu, and the subsequent depressed currency exchange rate'.

Grandmother Mary Elizabeth Humpherson, 88, who was known as Betty, was killed by a hit-and-run motorist in Great Barr, Birmingham, before the driver fled the scene on foot.

Irena Nadiotis (pictured), who worked in the gardens of Prince Charles' Gloucestershire residence Highgrove House, went unnoticed until her daughter looked out the window.

Hello... I'm your new WIFE: It was TV's most cynical stunt, marrying couples who meet for

Caroline Knott, from south London and Adam Donoghue, from Bournemouth, met and married on the same day as part of Channel 4's Married at First Sight, social experiment. The pair decided to give the show a go despite the poor track record, as all three couples from the first series have since broken up. Both their attempts at online dating failed to find them the right match, so they turned to the experts, who use more than 1,000 questions to assess and match the applicants.

Multiple explosions near a park in Japan have left one dead and three injured. The blasts occurred in two locations in the city of Utsunomiya, north of Tokyo.

A new report, What Kids Are Reading, suggests that boys aged five to 18 are 'lagging behind' girls in developing their reading skills and should be encouraged to choose books that interest them.

Well, that's one way to stop your car being towed: Irish motorist tries to DRIVE his vehicle off the back of a truck after it was impounded by a traffic warden 

The failed escape footage shows a group of Irish men, women and children crowding around 'Arthur' who has had his car impounded and raised onto the back of a tow truck. However, Arthur does not feel like paying the fine and instead, climbs into the front seat and attempts to reverse his car straight off the back of the truck (pictured main). It does not go well and the car becomes stuck on the corner of the truck. Finally realising he is not going to be able to move his car, he jumps out and goes to argue with the two extremely surprised traffic wardens (pictured inset).

Agnes B Juhasz (pictured) began looking after people with dementia ten years ago, and has run care home programmes and worked in private houses.

Claudia Connell (pictured) undertook a £375 nutrition course in London in the spirit of the queen of healthy eating Ella Mills (formerly Woodward), better known as 'Deliciously Ella'.

Now that’s a proper bear hug! Tactile animal can’t stop cuddling his human best friend at

The video shows Jimbo, a 22-year-old Kodiak bear, cuddling Jim Kowalczik at the Orphaned Wildlife Centre in Otisville, New York state. Jim, 57, and his wife Susan have looked after Jimbo, who is also known as Jimmy, since he was a cub and refer to the animal as their 'son'. The video shows the giant brown bear with his arms wrapped around Jim as they embrace, before he starts nuzzling him.

A reader says her mum, 58, wants a huge wedding to her second husband - but with a busy job and two kids , she feels overwhelmed by her mother.

Live alongside ordinary families in Pokhara, Nepal. You'll be based in a child's home or care centre, assisting with homework, art and sport. And in your downtime, soak up the Himalayan scenery.

Captured off the coast of Baffin Island in the high Arctic, images show three tiny polar bear cubs struggling to keep their heads above the water as they swim along.

Look mummy, I'm Magnet Man! Metal objects stick to young Bosnian boy - but doctors say he is perfectly healthy 

Erman Delic, 5, from the village of Maleii near Gracanica in Bosnia and Herzegovina, is described by doctors as totally healthy despite being a 'human magnet'. A bizarre video shows cutlery and coins attracted to his chest as though they are glued on. His family recorded the footage and posted it online, where it has since gone viral with thousands of views. By the end of the short clip three spoons, 13 coins and a fork are seen stuck to his chest, with more still on his back.

Military jackets are the perfect cover-up this season. Style an embroidered Zara number with red trousers. Or pair a red Mango option with a striped mini skirt.

Nottingham-based Deborah St Louis, the CEO of online magazine and events company Fashions Finest, suggests going for minimal make-up and surrounding yourself with good friends.

Mother banned from Thorpe Park ride Colossus because of her 36L BREASTS 

Mother-of-one Tanya Willis (pictured left) from London claims she was unable to ride on Colossus (right) at Thorpe Park because her 36L breasts were too large to fit in the safety harness. She said she was left humiliated and embarrassed as she had to walk back past others queuing for the rides and watch her family enjoy themselves.

Barnardo's said immigrants from Kurdistan were singling out girls, some of whom had previously been in care, and moving them from one unit to another across Teeside.

Richard Pleming took over as head of the £12,000-a-term Charterhouse School in 2013, but plans to step down at the end of the academic year. He said he wants to return to his 'first love' of teaching.

The world's spookiest hotels, haunted with crime victims and poltergeists revealed

Excited about Halloween? Looking to freak yourself out? MailOnline Travel has rounded up a list of hair-raising 'haunted' hotels from around world. From top left clockwise: Chillingham Castle in Northumberland, the Chelsea Hotel in New York, 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa in Arkansas, the Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast in Massachusetts and (inset) the Mermaid Inn, in East Sussex.


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Afghan hound Tea becomes internet sensation for owner Luke Kavanagh

Tea the Afghan hound is a decorated Australian show dog who gained a huge online following for her regal looks and graceful poise when a photo of her (left) was shared more than 1 million times on social media. She retired in August but still does a little work as an animal actor lending her image to pet food and perfume brands. Owner Luke Kavanagh (right and inset with Tea) calls her his 'queen' and says she laps up the attention like a supermodel.

IRA man John Downey was accused of murdering four soldiers from the Household Cavalry and injuring a further 31 in what was one of the terror group's most notorious attacks.

It plunges Tracey Curtis-Taylor's career flying vintage planes around the globe into a tail spin and will cause huge embarrassment to the personal friend of Prince Michael of Kent.

Daredevil Red Arrows aerobatics team prepare to perform in China for the first time

NEW The Red Arrows aerobatics team have landed in China on their first visit to the country. The team will be performing at the Zhuhai Airshow which falls on November 1-6. Photos released show the team arriving and practicing in southern China. The Red Arrows were greeted with a ceremony in Zhuhai upon their landing on October 22.



Bartender Kinsey Johnson creates science-themed cocktails that look like lava lamps

Kinsey Johnson, a bartender from Queensland, Australia, specialises in 'molecular mixology' - the art of using different liquids, gel casings and colors to create stunning drinks. He became obsessed with the hobby around four years ago before teaching himself from YouTube videos. He now has almost 20,000 followers on Instagram, with each video he posts getting thousands of views by people who cannot get enough of his creations.

Hundreds of pieces of memorabilia from the Twilight films go up for auction

The two-day sale will include more than 900 props and costumes featured in the vampire movie franchise starring Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner. Among the items on sale is an engagement ring (the mall oval item top left) worn by Stewart's character Bella Swan, which is valued at 3,000 to 5,000 dollars (£2,400-£4,000). Costumes worn by Stewart and Pattinson (inset), who portrayed vampire Edward Cullen, are expected to fetch up to 5,000 dollars (£4,000) each. The highest pre-sale estimate is a motorcycle ridden by Lautner's character Jacob Black, which is valued at 5,000 to 7,000 dollars (£4,000-£5,700). Robert Pattinson's grey jacket (bottom right) is also up for sale.