Ineta Dzinguviene, 27, was sentenced to 15 years in prison in 2011 for smothering her baby son Paulius with plastic food wrapping.
Shannon Skinner went for a medical abortion when she was eight weeks pregnant when she decided it was too soon to have a second child.
Emmerdale and Home and Away actor Richard Grieve was hit in the face during the closing minutes of Priscilla Queen of the Desert.
The supermarket has shelves full of hollow chocolate bunnies and Easter treats less than a week after Christmas.
The afternoon tea staple was given protected status in 1998 – the same safeguard as Stilton cheese and Cumberland sausages.
Annabelle Harris cut the sugary snack from her diet when she was nine.
Benjamin Holloway, 26, turned to drug dealing in order to raise £20,000 to stop his property from being sold.
Rosemarie Duggan, 71, suffered a torn hamstring after she tumbled over while walking through the shop.
The takeaway’s owner Mehmet Gilgil was fined when he appeared at Romford Magistrates Court.
Kate Stone, 30, was standing outside a guesthouse in the Scottish Highlands when the beast charged at her in the dark. Its antlers punctured her neck and her spinal column and she was left on the ground bleeding heavily in front of horrified friends.
The meat-free celebs were awarded the accolade for 2013 by animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).
Clinical support worker Gayle Beale, 42, was told she “failed dreadfully” in her duty of care at Warwick Hospital.
John McFarlane, 43, piled up hundreds of black bags of waste around his neighbourhood – often dumping 20 bulging bin liners at a time.
Legendary DJ Derek has starred in music videos with stars including Dizzee Rascal and played with groups like Massive Attack.
A group of topless dancers from Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club in Croydon, South London donated all the coats left by drunk patrons.
Officers were so angry when the milk went missing from their canteen fridge that they logged it as an official crime.
Ian Moorhouse, 22, has inflicted a reign of terror in Kidderminster, Worcs., by racking up 32 offences for assaults and affrays.