The (fifth of a) mile-high club: Thrill-seekers have been enjoying more than just the view from The Shard By Martin Robinson PUBLISHED: 20:48 GMT, 24 January 2013 | UPDATED: 08:00 GMT, 25 January 2013 It may not quite be the mile-high club, but it appears thrill-seekers are not just climbing the 1,016ft Shard skyscraper to have their breath taken away by its magnificent views of London. Staff at the top of Western Europe's tallest building have discovered amorous couples have been 'christening' the brand new building after they found some some abandoned knickers in the men's toilets.
'It was such a dizzy, stupid thing to do': Girl who posted naked picture on eBay tells of her embarrassment after image goes viralAimi Jones posted pic of yellow dress on eBay, without noticing reflectionEye-catching dress fails to draw attention from her naked bottom halfShe re-posted the item, which attracted a bid of more than 153,000 By Sam Webb PUBLISHED: 19:38 GMT, 15 January 2013 | UPDATED: 13:40 GMT, 16 January 2013 An eBay seller last night revealed her horror at accidentally including a naked view of herself when she posted a picture of a dress for sale on the website.
Remembrance Day parade gatecrasher, 38, turns up to court in lace face mask, striped tights and a red parasolJose Paulo Da Silveria, 38, said he had not intended to disrupt the parade at the Cenotaph in Bristol city centreDa Silveria was wearing striped tights, pink frilly knickers, a corset, a red and black face cover and horns when he gatecrashed the eventHis presence infuriated the large crowd which had gathered and led to threats of violence against him He today pleaded guilty to an offence under the Public Order Act of using threatening words or behaviour to cause harassment, alarm or distress | UPDATED: 01:08 GMT, 5 December 2012 Prosecuted: Jose Paulo Da Silveria skateboarded through a Rememberance Day parade dressed as a devil. His presence infuriated a large crowd which had gathered for the event A man who gatecrashed a Remembrance Sunday parade on a skateboard wearing a pink outfit and horned mask apologised today for any offence he had caused. Jose Paulo Da Silveria, 38, said he had not intended to disrupt the parade at the Cenotaph in Bristol city centre and had stumbled upon the service accidentally.