Arsonist Edward Macdonald tried to set alight to man"s flat while on day release from open Hollesley Bay open prison

'Dangerous' arsonist serving life sentence who was sent to an open prison tried to torch man's flat while on day release Macdonald sentenced to life in 1996 after admitting arson at block of flatsHe failed to return to open prison after day release for community workHe was AWOL for three months before trying to burn down shop and flat | UPDATED: 17:22 GMT, 12 December 2012 Arsonist: Macdonald pleaded guilty to arson with intent to endanger life and arson when he appeared before Norwich Crown Court An arsonist tried to burn down a man's flat after being allowed out of his open prison for a community work placement, a court heard Edward Macdonald, 46, went on the run after being given day release for a community work placement at the Ransomes Europark industrial estate on June 28. Norwich Crown Court heard how he failed to return to Hollesley Bay open prison, Suffolk, having been deemed 'minimal risk' by the prison authorities.

The astonishing flying tricycle that could help you avoid the rush hour traffic

That's an idea that will really take-off! The astonishing flying tricycle that could help you avoid the rush-hour traffic Costs 46,000 ($75,000) and requires a pilot's licenseCan fly for five hours on a single tank of fuel | UPDATED: 18:52 GMT, 3 December 2012 Being stuck in traffic is a thing of the past for the owner of this flying motor-tricycle. Inventor Larry Neal's revolutionary vehicle allows him to take off into the sky and cruise over miles of gridlock.