THIS is the moment a quick-thinking schoolboy slams the brakes on an alleged shoplifter's escape — by locking the wheels on her pram. Dramatic footage shows a woman being accused of nicking goods from Sports Direct as a crowd of pedestrians watch on. The lad, wearing his school uniform, can then be seen stomping on the brake lever of the irate woman's buggy — stopping a potential getaway. Filmed last Wednesday, the video begins by showing crowds confronting the woman outside the shop on Oldham High Street, Gtr Manchester. They shout "don't let her get away with it" as she is cornered by two members of Sports Direct staff. When the female employee finds allegedly stolen items in the woman's pram, she tells her: “Oh yeah it’s there. You’re going back” — and points to the store. But the woman refuses to go with them and begins to shout. At one point she tries to steer her buggy away from the confrontation before the crowd block her path. One man … [Read more...] about Moment quick-thinking schoolboy swoops in to stop ‘shoplifter’ fleeing by putting her buggy brakes on as Sports Direct staff confront her
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close Video Key races to watch as Florida, Arizona voters head to polls Former pollster for the Trump campaign Jim McLaughlin examines Tuesday's primary races. **Want FOX News Halftime Report in your inbox every day? Sign up here.** PRIMARY FIGHTS GET HOT IN THE SUN BELT After a long, expensive primary season, we’ll get the verdict from voters in key races in Florida and Arizona tonight. The outcome could shape the battle for the control of the Senate as Republicans try to defend one of their most vulnerable seats. And the stakes are equally high in swing-state Florida where Democrats see their best chance in years to capture the swing state’s governorship. There’s a Republican runoff for Oklahoma governor, too. The race has gotten uglier and more stupid in the closing days, but we won’t bore you with the details because it would take an even more special kind of ugly stupidity for Republicans to blow it in a … [Read more...] about Primary fights get hot in the Sun Belt
THE fight for a spot on the couch could soon be a thing of the past – thanks to a new THREE-STOREY sofa. Designers behind the fantastic furniture - which comfortably seats nine - were inspired by the stadium-style seating at Wembley Stadium and included a smartphone holder, complete with an in-built charger... and beer-resistant upholstery. Oversized pillows also keep sports fans comfortable as they settle in to watch a game on TV with their friends. The prototype was created by the EE team who were inspired through their partnership with Wembley Stadium, to mark the launch of EE’s new BT Sport offer, which gives customers the ability to cast BT Sport matches from their phone to their TV - wherever and whenever they choose, without a contract and with inclusive data. It comes after a survey of 2,000 sports viewers found 51 per cent would prefer to watch sports with friends in someone’s home rather than venturing out to the pub. More than half say it’s more … [Read more...] about Firm launches three-tier sofa so sports fans can get stadium experience at home
THE Sun has shone brightly at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show, with a top award for sunflower SunBelievable on our silver medal winning garden display. The floral beauty, which came third in the show’s Plant of the Year category, produces a flower on every leaf join, meaning a single plant will produce around 1,000 blooms in it’s season from May until the first frost. The prize was one of three top awards for our legendary Gardening Editor Peter Seabrook. A new hydrangea, Runaway Bride — also exhibited by The Sun at the annual five-day gardening extravaganza — won the show’s top prize of Plant of the Year. The snowy white shrub took pride of place at our stand in The Great Pavilion, with its distinctive mass of lacy white petals, some of which have a delicate pink tinge. The plant, bred by Japanese horticulturist Ushio Sakazaki, buds from late spring right through to autumn. As it grows, it “weeps”, meaning it gracefully drops over, … [Read more...] about Top awards for Sun’s legendary Gardening Editor at Chelsea Flower Show
Sports fans across United States are loyal to their teams, and each team has a few players that are not loved by the fans. In Denver, we had players like Jay Cutler and Kyle Orton with the Denver Broncos. Fans were also not that fond of Rahim “The Dream” Moore. Rockies’ Ian Desmond has made his way onto the list for his lackluster batting average of .176 accompanied by 38 strikeouts through 35 games this season. Here at The Denver Post we came up with a poll of seven players who were the most unpopular while playing for teams in Denver. Now is the time to give your opinion on the matter, who do you think is Denver’s most unpopular athlete of the last decade? Take Our Poll — Jeff Bailey, The Denver Post Want to receive this daily newsletter in your inbox? Sign up for free. What’s on tap? MLB: Brewers at Rockies, 6:40 p.m., ATTRM | Pitching matchup | Buy tickets TV/RADIO: Here’s what sports are airing today Scoreboard MLB: Brewers 5, … [Read more...] about Denver Sports Omelette: Who is Denver’s most unpopular athlete of the last decade?