'You're the most hopeless criminal I've ever met': Kidnap victim gives captor a piece of her mind before escaping after 10 minutesJanice, 64, was snatched from her home Lymington, New Forest, Hants, by a male armed robber But he took her back home after admitting the kidnapping wasn't going wellRobber apologised before fleeing with her car and 100 in cash | UPDATED: 14:35 GMT, 23 December 2012 A pensioner kidnapped at gunpoint was released just ten minutes later after telling her attacker he was the “most hopeless criminal” she had ever met.
Hospital consultant died on bike test run after pulling 115mph wheelieHeart expert Dr Andrew Richardson took a BMW S1000 RR super-bike out for a test run from a garage in north OxfordDr Richardson, who worked at Southampton General Hospital, Hants., texted his brother claiming to have 'pulled a wheelie at 115mph'BMW garage raised alarm when he didn't return from his test driveThe doctor was found in a ditch in Stonesfield by police at 5am the next day | UPDATED: 18:08 GMT, 8 December 2012 A leading hospital consultant was killed as he test-drove a top-of-the-range super-bike after boasting he had pulled a wheelie at 115mph, an inquest has heard. Heart expert Dr Andrew Richardson had taken the BMW S1000 RR out of a spin but died when he lost control on a double bend and was hurled into a ditch. Before his death the consultant cardiac anaesthetist sent a message from his phone claiming 'this bloody thing has just pulled a wheelie at 115mph in sixth gear on a country road.' Super-bike: Shortly before he died, Dr Andrew Richardson sent a text message to his brother claiming to have 'pulled a wheelie at 155mph' while test riding a BMW S1000 RR motorbike, pictured Salesmen at the BMW garage raised the alarm after Dr Richardson failed to return the superbike, which retails at more than 12,000, to them after he took it for a test drive