Monday, September 20, 2021

Fast food fans snap up £36 “chicken nugget” jumper that comes in XXXL size

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DIE-HARD fried food fanatics are going mad for a jumper completely covered in pictures of chicken nuggets.Online retailers Shelfies have sold out of their £36 “Chicken Nuggets Invasion Sweater” after being inundated with orders.The...

Hydro Arena blaze was caused by a welder’s torch, an investigation has revealed

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A HUGE blaze at Glasgow's Hydro Arena was caused by a welder's torch setting fire to insulation, an official investigation has confirmed.The 8 June fire took hold as the 12,000-seat stadium was still under construction, and...

SSPCA called to “rescue” draught excluder

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A TERRIFIED Scots woman called animal rescuers to her home – after mistaking a draught excluder for a snake.The woman, who has not been named, called the Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty...

Housing Minister Alex Neil MSP unveils new homes for Scottish war veterans

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By Oliver FarrimondNEW homes for Scotland’s war veterans were officially unveiled in Edinburgh yesterday by Housing and Communities Minister Alex Neil.The development features nine spacious flats for ex-servicemen and women, allowing them to live...

Bond is 100% Scottish says Coltrane

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ROBBIE COLTRANE has made the bold claim that James Bond is 100 per cent Scottish. Although Bond creator Ian Fleming imagined his famous spy character with some distinctly Scottish roots, the nationality of Bond himself...
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Genes may hold the key to a life of success, study suggests

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GENES play a greater role in forming character traits - such as self-control, decision making or sociability - than was previously thought, new research suggests.A study of more than 800 sets of twins found...

South African research claims going overkill with disinfectant could make COVID-19 and other viruses...

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South African research claims going overkill with disinfectant could make COVID-19 and other viruses less resistant.There is a growing risk of resistance to disinfectants and antibiotics says a group of South African scientists.Strains of...

Scots police complain they are doing job of overstretched ambulance service

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 SCOTTISH police have accused the ambulance service of leaving officers to deal with medical emergencies.The complaint follows an incident this week in which police gave CPR to a man and took him to hospital...

Police arrest 41 year old man over Fife break-ins

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By Shaun MilneA MAN thought to be behind a spate of break-in across businesses in Fife has been arrested by police.The 41-year-old – who hasn’t yet been named – was detained by CID officers...

New life in the fast lane

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By Cara SuliemanA NEW mum gave birth on the hard shoulder during rush hour traffic after she failed to get to the hospital in time.Kerri McAuley, 31, was five days overdue when she started...

Hilarious sign bungle in Welsh Asda store mistranslates “alcohol free” to “free alcohol”

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ASDA chiefs could be hitting the bottle after a hilarious blunder resulted in "alcohol free" being mistranslated into the Welsh for "free alcohol".A customer saw the bungled sign at a store in Cwmbran, Gwent,...

Drunken teen campers spark £4k rescue effort

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MORE than 20 emergency workers were sent out on a £4000 rescue mission – to find two boys on a drunken camping trip.The 16-year-olds had taken their tents to Tentsmuir Forest in Fife, and...

Net victim seal saved as it gasps its last

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A SEAL that grew up with illegal netting embedded in its neck was rescued on a Scottish beach as it drew its last breaths.Dramatic video of the rescue shows a gaping wound in the...

Scots restaurant posts faces of alleged “dine and dash” culprits to Facebook

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A RESTAURANT has posted CCTV mugshots of customers they claim did a "dine and dash".Broth3rs, an Italian family-run restaurant, say the trio tucked into a two-course late-night dinner, praised the food as "wonderful", and...

Every Stuart Little Helps: Shock as plumber finds dead mouse in his Tesco scampi

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AN investigation has been launched after a horrified plumber accidentally deep-fried a mouse that had been sealed inside a bag of Tesco scampi. Mohammed Ali says he is still too sick to eat after the...

Barry Ferguson to feel long arm of the law

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By ALEXANDER LAWRIETROUBLED former Rangers captain Barry Ferguson could be about to feel the full force of the law – when his missus joins up as a local community bobby.Mum-of-three Margaret Ferguson is currently...

Edinburgh Airport flights grounded by ash cloud overhead

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Staff at Edinburgh Airport faced a race against the clock to get as many flights as possible airborne today before being forced to close the gates because of  volcanic ash drifting in from Iceland. Reporter...

Power bosses accused of cover up at dog “death” park

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THE National Grid have been accused of a "cover up" after they claimed to have found "no evidence" of toxicity at a park linked to the deaths of several dogs.More than six dogs in...
AI creates virtual festivals first ever programme as a joke

AI centre stage in weird and wonderful take on Festival Fringe

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THE WORLD's first AI generated Arts festival programme is to premier for this years virtual fringe festival in abscence of the physical version.ImprovBot will be creating show descriptions every hour from the August 7-31...

Aussie football fans and cops “bounce” together as firework search ends in hilarious celebration

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HILARIOUS video shows Australian police officers "bouncing" with football fans after searching a supporter’s bag for banned pyrotechnics.The video shows a young supporter having his bag searched as fans do a taunting goalkick-style drone...
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