China earthquake: TV girl breaks off wedding to start reporting in gown and veil

Dedicated TV presenter cuts short her wedding after earthquake hits, grabs mic and starts reporting from scene still in her bridal gown and veil Intrepid reporter Chen Ying's wedding rocked by tremorsBut instead of panicking she grabbed mic and started broadcast Video has gone viral in China as viewers praise 'professional spirit' By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 19:45 GMT, 20 April 2013 | UPDATED: 12:09 GMT, 21 April 2013 Most brides would expect the earth to move on their wedding day – but not literally.

Merry Kissmass! Romantics and retailers flock to England"s Mistletoe Town for annual festive auction

Merry Kissmass! Romantics and retailers flock to England's Mistletoe Town for annual festive auctionBuyers converged on Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire, for the annual mistletoe auctionMore than 1,000 lots of mistletoe were up for grabs along with Christmas trees and holly | UPDATED: 22:19 GMT, 4 December 2012 It's the age-old tradition that has sparked a thousand festive romances and led to many ill-advised post-office Christmas party flings. And in spite of this year's wet weather, it's time to pucker up again this year as a bumper crop of mistletoe went under the hammer at a unique auction earlier today. More than a thousand lots of the season's most popular aphrodisiac were up for grabs as hundreds of wholesalers, retailers and no doubt a few people hoping for some festive flirting this year converged on Tenbury Wells for the town's annual mistletoe auction

Rough justice: Determined stoat kills rabbit twice its size after a 20 minute fight only for a fox to wander in and steal his meal

A bitter aftertaste! Stoat kills rabbit twice its size after 20 minute fight only for a fox to snatch the prey | UPDATED: 18:19 GMT, 28 November 2012 This unlucky stoat fought hard to kill a rabbit more than twice its size only to watch helplessly as its meal was stolen – by a typically wiley fox. The small animal battled with the much larger foe for 20 minutes before it gave in, only for a hungry fox to nonchalantly stroll out of the brush and take the spoils. Wildlife photographer Robin Morrison captured the struggle between the three wild creatures as he was walking through a wood near Ilminster, Somerset.