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Man charged in court after argument at fast-food drive thru

Man charged in court after argument at fast-food drive thru
May 12 2022 Share

A 30-year-old Paola resident by the name of Melvin Debono has been charged in Court after an argument reportedly took place in the queue at the McDonald’s Drive Thru in Għargħur.

The squabble took place on Sunday, where the two customers were in their car, queueing and waiting to be served. Whilst waiting in line, Debono honked his horn at the patron in front of him, to which the man at the front responded saying that he was also waiting to be served.

A verbal argument began to escalate, with Debono eventually exiting his car to threaten the man in front of him. Debono is also reported to have said that he was going to shoot the driver and make them into a corpse, whilst also damaging the other man’s car.

Debono had to pay €652.40 in damages as well as €1,000 in court fines.

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Inter dramatically beat Juventus to lift Coppa Italia

May 12 2022 Share

Italian champions Inter, have beaten eternal rivals Juventus to lift their 8th Coppa Italia title after a very dramatic match. As usual the match was held in the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Italy’s capital city.

 

 

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The match itself had to go to extra time after Inter’s first penalty in the 80th minute, which saw hardworking midfielder Hakan Calhangolu score the much needed equalizer for the Nerrazzuri.

This came after a very chaotic 80 minutes where Inter took the lead early on in the match from a superb long range effort by fan favourite Nicolo Barella. After their first goal Inter lost control of the match, with Juventus having more of the chances. The influx of Juventus chances resulted in two quickfire goals at the beginning of the second half with Alex Sandro scoring in the 50th minute and striker Dusan Vlahovic bagging a goal only 2 minutes after in the 52nd minute.

The equalizer looked like it shocked the Bianconeri players and it was clear who the favrouties to lift the trophy were after the added 30 minutes. To everyone’s surprise Inter were awarded yet another penalty in the 99th minute after a sloppy tackle from Juventus defender Mathijs De Ligt. This time it was Perisic who stepped up and calmly converted the penalty to give Inter the lead and complete the surprise comeback. To put the cherry on the cake, Ivan Perisic scored another goal only 3 minutes after. The goal came from a powerful long range shot after a well worked counter attack from the Inter players.

The match ended with the score being 4-2 in favour to Inter. This is their second trophy of the year, after already winning the Supercoppa. They will now be hoping for cross city rivals Milan to slip up in their pursuit for the league to defend their league title.

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Record breaking 1.494 tonnes of cocaine intercepted by Customs Malta at the Freeport

Record breaking 1.494 tonnes of cocaine intercepted by Customs Malta at the Freeport
May 11 2022 Share

Customs Malta intercepted a record breaking 1.494 tonnes of cocaine at the Malta Freeport.

Customs officials, stationed at the Freeport Scanning Facility, seized 50 bags containing 1,494 blocks of cocaine, weighing one kilogram each, during a day-long operation.

 The container, which was transporting bananas, was en-route from Colombia to Koper in Slovenia.

 The case was handed over to the Malta Police Drug Force, for further investigation and duty Magistrate Lenard Caruana is leading the inquiry.

 The seizure is historical both in its size and value, as  the drug haul is estimated to have a street value of €300 million.

 Customs Malta has been breaking its cocaine seizure records, year on year, with 2019 recording a total of 750kg (in 13 separate seizures), 2020: 612kg (in 1 seizure), 2021:740kg (in 1 seizure) and 2022: 800kg and 1494kg in two separate seizures.

 Just last month, 800kg of cocaine, were intercepted and seized by Customs Malta at the Freeport.

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Summer Friday nights are BACK! G7 Fridays return to Gianpula Main Room and we can’t wait

May 11 2022 Share

As Malta’s summer events continue to unfold, G7 Events – the brand behind some of Malta’s hottest events such as World Club Dome Malta, Isle of MTV, special guest headline shows at Café Del Mar and G7 Fridays  – has finally announced the date of their Grand Summer Opening at Gianpula Main Room.

The official opening night of G7 Fridays will take place on Friday 17th June at the iconic Gianpula Main Room, which has been the home of many memorable summer nights for years on end. The jam-packed club night features Malta’s best DJs and feel-good vibes under the Maltese summer moonlight and now is your chance to secure your spot!

The beloved Friday night event will welcome revellers back to the club after a two-year, with a lot of surprises left to unfold as the summer season approaches. “We’ve got a lot of making up to do, so let’s get started”, the events brand wrote in its Facebook event page.

Summer memberships are now available at €35, entitling each membership holder entrance to 12 G7 Fridays at Gianpula Main Room together with a number of super exclusive event discounts and other benefits.

Send this to your PARTY SQUAD!

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