Good Samaritan given parking ticket when she stopped in disabled bay to help woman who collapsed in the streetLesley Mair abandoned her car in Edinburgh street to help young womanBut when she returned to her car she had been booked for illegal parking By Jane Borland PUBLISHED: 11:56 GMT, 1 February 2013 | UPDATED: 12:08 GMT, 1 February 2013 When Lesley Mair leapt out of her car to help a collapsed woman, most bystanders saw her as a Good Samaritan. But it appears that Edinburgh’s notorious parking attendants saw her as nothing more than an errant motorist, and gave her a ticket for leaving her vehicle in a disabled bay.
Hospitals hit by huge rise in women suffering injuries caused by their vajazzles The Only Way Is Essex body art craze is behind a 50 per cent rise in A&E admissions Brazilians and other grooming procedures are also causing more women to seek medical helpBut men still account for seven in ten genital injuries, with cricket balls posing the biggest threat | UPDATED: 10:12 GMT, 9 December 2012 Vajazzles are behind a huge rise in hospital admissions for embarrassing injuries to private parts. Admissions of A&E patients with cuts and infections to their genitals jumped 50 per cent over the past five years. Many of the women seeking medical help did so after a botched DIY vajazzle – body art popularised by The Only Way Is Essex beautican Amy Childs.