A TV car show host has admitted secretly dipping his member in Boris Johnson’s pint. Fuzz Townshend, 54 — invited for a drink with Boris by mutual friends — sneaked into the pub loos with the Brexit boss’s beer after buying a round. Fuzz, of TV’s Car SOS on the National Geographic Channel, said: “I dipped my knob in Boris’s pint then went out and handed it to him. It was just a prank.” He said: “Boris arrived as it was my round. So I said ‘Would you like a drink?’ I was drinking a pint of real ale and he said ‘What’s that like?’ I said it was pretty good so he said ‘I’ll have one of those.’ “I went to the bar but the barrel had to be changed so I brought out my friends drinks — they were on gin and tonics, something like that. “Then I had to go back in for the pints. I got the pints and as I turned round I noticed that to my left was the gents’ toilets. “I … [Read more...] about Car SOS host Fuzz Townshend reveals he secrety dipped his willy in Boris Johnson’s pint as a prank
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MICHAEL Jackson wore a stick on wig to disguise his mostly bald head, it has emerged. A coroner examining Jacko’s dead body after he died aged 50 of a drugs overdose in 2009 found the star's distinctive shoulder length locks were fake. The County of Los Angeles Coroner's report said Jackson’s “head hair was sparse and connected to a wig” which was long and dark hair. It has been speculated in the respected Journal of Forensic Research that the hair loss could have been the result of the incident where his hair famously caught fire as he filmed a 1984 Pepsi ad. Many fans blame that for the painkiller addiction that killed him, DARK LOCKS ACTUALLY A GLUED ON During the ad accident, Jackson reportedly suffered third and second degree burns and this could have damaged the follicles and created scar tissue. After this Jackson wore wigs which betrayed an improbable hairline, sparking rumours that he was bald. When he died he was reportedly found to have short … [Read more...] about Michael Jackson was actually BALD with just a tiny amount of ‘peach fuzz’ on his scalp
It may have been a while since you read Roald Dahl's "James and the Giant Peach," the 1961 children's book that has been banned for various reasons over the years – including inappropriate language, references to drugs, and the possibility that one character's lip-licking was too sexual. Despite the bans, Dahl's book is a pretty revered staple in modern children's literature, prompting a movie adaptation and many, many stage performances. One such stage production, currently being prepared by a community theater in York County, may prove to be as subversive as Dahl's story – whether it means to be or not.What is a stage production of "James and the Giant Peach" without a giant peach at the center of set design? So York's DreamWrights Center for Community Arts naturally includes a giant peach as the backdrop to its stage, though many online are seeing something more than a peach. Vagina. They are seeing a vagina. Kate Harmon, DreamWright's marketing coordinator, … [Read more...] about Can you tell why a photo of this Pa. community theater’s ‘James and the Giant Peach’ set is going viral?
Foreign Ambassadors to Vietnam, including the G4 ambassadors, Danish Ambassador to Vietnam and U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam have expressed their wishes for Vietnam and its people on the occasion of Tet (Lunar New Year). In a video which has attracted 25,000 views after four days being posted on the Facebook page of the New Zealand Embassy – Hanoi, the G4 ambassadors take turns to deliver their message to Vietnam on the threshold of the country’s biggest traditional festival. The G4 ambassadors send Tet wishes to Vietnam. Clip: New Zealand Embassy – Hanoi Facebook The 2-minute-30-second clip captured the visit of the ambassadors to Nguyen Dinh Chieu Elementary and Middle School in Hanoi, where they talked with blind students and enjoyed Tet preparations, including making banh chung, a Tet traditional dish made from sticky rice, pork and mung beans. Excited by her first Tet celebration ever, Canadian Ambassador to Vietnam Deborah Paul called it … [Read more...] about Politics Foreign diplomats send Tet wishes to Vietnamese people Visitors set up tents as hotels fully booked in Da Lat during Tet holiday
PUBLISHED: 07:29 12 November 2018 | UPDATED: 07:29 12 November 2018 Bethany Wales Carleton Rode school for the launch of the EDP book tokens Byline: Sonya Duncan Copyright: Archant 2018 Archant 2017 And as our Books For Schools campaign enters its second month, we have been on a mission to crown the region’s favourite children’s book. Launch of the third phase of Norwich 4 Jobs at Jobcentre Plus in Norwich. Chloe Smith MP speaking at the event. Picture: ANTONY KELLYA poll compiled of 15 of the UK’s top children’s books posted on the Eastern Daily Press website last week has so far attracted hundreds of votes, all keen to make sure their favourite is in with a chance of making top shelf.Voting closes at midnight on Friday, November, 16, so make sure you help your favourite win the crown.To help you decide, we asked some well known local faces to share their top picks.Ed Balls, ex-politician and NCFC ChairmanSouth West Norfolk MP … [Read more...] about What will be crowned Norfolk’s favourite children’s book?