Sunday 26 March 2017

Breast not best for ice-cream lovers

Local government officials said yesterday they had confiscated ice cream made with human breast milk from a London shop amid concerns the dessert was unsafe.

A spokeswoman from Westminster City Council said it was responding to two complaints from the public over whether a shop should be selling edibles made from other people's bodily fluids.

Radio DJ talks up record broadcast

Chris Moyles is planning to broadcast for more than 37 hours in an attempt to smash the record for Radio 1's longest show.

Moyles (37) and his sidekick Comedy Dave will front each show in the station's schedule from 6.30am on March 16 to raise cash for Red Nose Day.

Everton striker crashes Ferrari

Premiership striker Louis Saha has escaped unharmed after crashing his Ferrari on a country road, police sources confirmed.

The 32-year-old Everton star was driving his blue Ferrari 458 in Wilmslow, Cheshire, when he lost control and collided with a fence.

Blue Peter host walking on air

'Blue Peter' action woman Helen Skelton has become the first person to walk between the chimneys of Battersea Power Station on a high-wire.

The 27-year-old covered the 150-metre stretch above the landmark south London building in 11 minutes.

Cricketer Davies reveals he is gay

England wicketkeeper Steven Davies has become the country's first serving professional to announce he is gay.

In an interview, the Surrey player (24) said: "I'm comfortable with who I am -- and happy to say who I am in public."

Reincarnation for bombed Buddha

German scientists say it may be possible to reconstruct one of two giant 1,500 year-old Buddha statues blown up by the Taliban in central Afghanistan 10 years ago.

Researchers have studied several hundred fragments of the statues that once towered up to 180ft high in Bamiyan province, but were blown up despite a worldwide outcry.

Irish Independent

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