Police officer under investigation for smashing man"s mobile phone after wrongly telling him it is against the law to film in public

Police officer under investigation for smashing man's mobile phone after wrongly telling him it is against the law to film in publicPolice officer in Glasgow approaches group of men after girl claimed they had 'annoyed' herOfficer is filmed appearing to knock man's phone out of his hand Force is investigating incident after officer says man is 'not allowed to take pictures' shows a Strathclyde Police officer approach a group of men in Glasgow after a girl in a nightclub claimed they 'annoyed her'.

Only 97 days to go: Supermarkets under fire for selling Easter eggs – on Christmas Eve

Only 97 days to go: Supermarkets under fire for selling Easter eggs – on Christmas Eve Tesco has been criticised after putting Easter eggs on sale earlyOther supermarkets have also been stocking Easter goods before ChristmasThe Church of England say that shops shouldn't be selling Easter eggs now | UPDATED: 16:42 GMT, 24 December 2012 You may be looking forward to tucking into your turkey or unwrapping those long-awaited Christmas gifts, but it seems that Britain's supermarkets are already looking to capitalise on the next major UK religious holiday. With Easter still a little under 100 days away, supermarket giant Tesco has come under fire – for having its chocolate eggs on sale already. Shocked shoppers spotted the eggs on sale last week and many took to Twitter to vent their disbelief.