Monthly Archives: March 2015
Jobless Keith MacDonald, 29, has sired his kids with at least ten mothers - and has cost the taxpayer over #2million in benefits. MacDonald, who has also appeared on Jeremy Kyle, reckons he gets most of his women by chatting them up on the bus around his home of Sunderland.
Furious Emma Patrick was told Blackpool Pleasure Beach was "not for the disabled" as she tried to enjoy a family day out with three-year-old Lucy, who is in a special chair. She said staff told the youngster, "if you can't walk, you can't ride" as they tried to board children's rides such as the teacups and carousel.
Doctors told brave Levi Haines his cystic fibrosis would kill him before his 21st birthday unless donor organs were found. Levi's family even requested an advance copy of the new Star Wars movie as he was not expected to survive to watch it at the cinema.
Horse lover Stephanie Lees was besotted with mare Jake who had been lame for a few months, and resorted to taking her own life after he had to be put down. The equestrian had owned Jake for ten years and become even more attached to him when her other horse, Elliot, died three years earlier.
Little Emilie-Lea Hayward munches through an incredible 30 pots every day and will only eat the raspberry and strawberry flavour. She refuses to eat any solid food and becomes hysterical every time mum Naomi, 32, offers her anything other than yogurt.
Little Abbi Jillians was born with just a thumb on her left hand which has stopped her doing things other young girls take for granted. But after receiving the pioneering technology hot off the printer last week, thrilled Abbi went straight for her favourite Barbie doll - and was finally able to brush her hair.
The retailer made the announcement following the success of it's first site Playa Payaya which features boho-chic clothing, jewellery and accessories.
This heartbreaking set of images show just how quickly meningitis took hold of a toddler who has lost all her limbs to the disease. Brave Harmonie-Rose Allen was struck down by the killer bug last September when she was nine months old - just ten days after taking her first faltering steps.
Fresh from the inevitable excesses of the usual ski holiday – an overindulgence in the plentiful food and drink, long and exhausting days on the slopes and nowhere near enough sleep – Kaluma clients seemed to crave something a little different.