The man, described as a bald black male aged 30-40, was captured on camera pulling a comedy Rasta hat and wig from the front of his trousers before putting it on his head. He then ran up to a 40-year-old woman outside a home and snatched her bag from her – breaking her arm as she fell to the ground. The incident happened on July 4 in Waltham Forest, East London, at around 1:30 pm.
Harry posed in the background of a photo taken of New Zealand rugby sevens coach Gordon Tietjens with former Olympic boxer Trevor Shailer and sports psychologist Gary Hermansson. Harry seemed to be having a great time at Tollcross International Swimming Centre, posing with his mouth open and thumbs up.
Pub landlord Kevin Stevens and pal Jason Luke decided to enter the festival procession ”at the last minute” – and dressed as the tennis stars. They covered themselves in dark fake tan and wore afro-style wigs and white tennis gear and carried rackets as part of Truro City Carnival, in Cornwall. But Kevin, who runs the Miners Arms, in nearby Redruth, and his mate have been branded racist by organisers and onlookers.
Britain might be braced for a heatwave this weekend, but one seaside resort is setting temperatures soaring for a different reason. Hundreds of bikini-clad babes are set to descend on Newquay, Cornwall for Britain’s first ever surf festival for women. Brainchild of top surfer and model Corinne Evans, Surf Bettys is expected to draw in toned beach…