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Tuesday 16 September 2014

LiLo sues gamemaker

Rain on plane

Press Association

Published 03/07/2014 | 02:30

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Lindsay Lohan is suing the makers of the 'Grand Theft Auto' video games. The actress said the latest instalment used her image and created a character based on her without permission.

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Lohan's lawsuit was filed in a Manhattan court. 'Grand Theft Auto V' gamemaker Take-Two Interactive Software and subsidiary Rockstar Games declined to comment.

Water flowed down the aisles and rained down on passengers of a double-decker Qantas Airways flight bound for Australia after a leak that forced the plane to return to Los Angeles late on Tuesday, airline officials and passengers on the flight said.

The flight to Melbourne landed safely again at Los Angeles International Airport about an hour after takeoff, the company said.

A suspected love rat has been publicly outed after two women used a banner over a motorway to dump him.

The banner was hung from a bridge on the north bound carriageway near to the Angel Of The North in England. It read: "Steve Frazer you're dumped by both your girlfriends."

Liquid Brussels sprouts, an edible cheese board and a "Christmas dinner in a pie" are all set to adorn the festive table this year.

Marks & Spencer is banking on an appetite for Brussels sprouts with the launch of not just a juice but also a coleslaw made from the vegetable as part of its festive food range, announced six months ahead of Christmas.

A frightened bear cub got its head stuck in an oversized cookie jar while rummaging through some rubbish and had to be rescued from a tree in New Jersey.

The six-month-old cub apparently pulled the jar over its head as it tried to eat what remained inside, and it got stuck.

The cub became spooked when approached and went up a tree, but got wedged about 40 feet up.

A Detroit man has his car back – 33 years after someone stole it.

George Talley (71) was reunited with his Chevrolet Corvette at the world headquarters of General Motors in Detroit. He last saw his car in 1981 after parking it.

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