The elusive artist created ‘Mobile Lovers’, depicting a couple embracing while looking at their mobile phones, at the weekend and posted it on his website on Monday. Mystery surrounded the location of the piece – and a second mural of spies surrounding a phone box was also found in Cheltenham. But the couples kissing art was quickly spotted on a boarded-up doorway in a wall on a rundown street on the edge of Bristol city centre.
World’s best horse whisperer Martin Tatta lulls mare into incredible manoeuvres nobody else would dare to try
Martin Tatta, 32, has such a close bond with his favourite Primavera that he can talk her into rolling on her back with her legs in the air so he can sit on her tummy. The self-taught horse tamer can sit under her hooves, do handstands on her neck and even coax her into lying on her side and giving him a cuddle.
Barbara Driver, 77, made the shocking analogy to describe how powerless planners are to control a housing development. She said: “There is a saying and I am going to say it: When rape is inevitable, lie back and enjoy it.”
Cllr Driver is now facing calls to resign from Cheltenham Borough Council after her “repulsive” comments provoked fury from colleagues, constituents and sex abuse charities.
Jenna McGuinness ditched meat, milk and eggs at the tender age of five when she fell in love with the cute screen pig. Jenna, a model from Glasgow, beat off competition from around the country to win the contest organised by animal rights charity PETA.