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BBC issues apology after sex noises prank during FA Cup coverage

 - International - Jan 18 SHARE ON:
BBC issues apology after sex noises prank during FA Cup coverage

Gary Lineker, the Match of the Day BBC presenter, had to laugh off a prank played in the studio as pornography noises were played during the show’s live coverage. 

Noises from a porn clip were heard as Linkerer presented a pre-match build-up before the Liverpool v Wolves fixture. 

 

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It was later revealed, following a studio hunt, that YouTube prankster Daniel Jarvis was behind the joke after a mobile phone taped to the back of the set was uncovered. 

The BBC went on to apologise to any viewers who were offended, but Lineker himself said that it was a good prank and there was nothing to apologise for. 

‘As far as sabotage goes it was quite amusing’ he said. The prank played out as Lineker presented the programme in a studio at Wolverhampton’s Molineux Stadium alongside pundits Paul Ince and Danny Murphy. 

Lineker explained later on Tuesday that he initially thought a video had been sent to one of the pundit’s phones that they had inadvertently left switched on. However, given how loud it was, he also noticed that every time the producers cut away from the studio to show a video clip the noises stopped immediately. 

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World’s oldest person Lucile Randon dies aged 118

 - International - Jan 18 SHARE ON:
World’s oldest person Lucile Randon dies aged 118

It has just been reported that the world’s known oldest person, a French nun by the name of Lucile Randon, has passed away at the age of 118.

Ms Randon, who assumed the name of Sister Andre when she became a nun in 1944, died in her sleep at her nursing home in Toulon, France. 

The centenarian, born in 1904, saw two world wars and became the oldest person to recover from the COVD-19 virus in 2021. She worked to care for other elderly people, despite herself being blind and reliant on a wheelchair. 

In 1944, she had worked as a governor and a tutor when she was aged 40. When she contracted the virus, it was revealed that she wanted to keep to her routine of helping people. 

In 2020, Randon told French radio she had no idea how she had lived so long. “I’ve no idea what the secret is. Only God can answer that question,” she said. “I’ve had plenty of unhappiness in life and during the 1914-1918 war when I was a child, I suffered like everyone else.”

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Happy 44th birthday EU President Roberta Metsola!

 - International - Jan 18 SHARE ON:
Happy 44th birthday EU President Roberta Metsola!

European Parliament President Roberta Metsola is celebrating her 44th birthday as well as the one year anniversary since her inauguration as President. 

To honour her trail-blazing career in local and international politics, we have complied a small list of six key moments from her tenure to showcase all that she has done in this prestigious position!

She was the first Maltese person to become President of the EU Parliament!

This also made her the highest ranking politician in Maltese history! 

Metsola became the most senior EU official to visit war-torn Ukraine ever since Putin’s Russia launched their invasion. 

Her support for Ukraine earned her the Order of Princess Olga by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. 

One of her contributions to help Ukrainians during such times was to launch the ‘Generators of Hope’ initiative with U2’s Bono. 

She also recently became the first EP President to personally oversee police raids on other MEPs to address various scandals pertaining to corruption. 

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Jeremie Camilleri identified as alleged perpetrator of KFC crash

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Jeremie Camilleri identified as alleged perpetrator of KFC crash

Jeremie Camilleri has been identified by various media sources to be the alleged perpetrator of the killing of a woman and crashing of a car into a KFC establishment in Gżira. 

Camilleri, 33-years-old from Lija, was arrested after killing a woman after he hit her with his car. Other sources say that the man exited the car and continued to assault both the victim and others, including police, who tried to help the woman. Sources that spoke to Malta Daily claimed that after the incident, Camilleri was heard shouting ‘Algeria’.

Camilleri had to be reportedly tased by police officers due to his violent behaviour. He was later confirmed to have been drugged on cocaine after tests conducted at the hospital were carried out. The alleged killer was taken to hospital a few hours after the incident in Gzira happened, where he received some form of treatment.

This is a developing story.

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