Vandal professor with impeccable manners facing a 28,000 bill after scratching graffiti on his neighbours" cars

Vandal professor with impeccable manners facing a 28,000 bill after scratching graffiti on his neighbours' carsStephen Graham, 47, went on half-naked rampage after downing ginScratched words such as 'arbitrary', 'wrong' and 'silly' onto 4x4sHas vague memory of walking down the street in a dream-like state By Chris Brooke PUBLISHED: 17:22 GMT, 1 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:05 GMT, 2 March 2013 Remorse: Stephen Graham scratched graffiti on 27 vehicles A professor with a hatred of 4×4 cars scratched graffiti on vehicles in his upmarket neighbourhood, a court heard yesterday. Stephen Graham, 48, used a screwdriver to write words such as ‘arbitrary’, ‘wrong’ and ‘very silly’ on the paintwork while dressed in only underpants and a jacket. His night-time vandalism, while still wearing a sleeping mask on his forehead, left 27 cars damaged and has landed the professor with a 28,000 compensation bill.

Sadistic thug, 24, jailed after young mother finds DVD showing him subjecting her 15-month-old baby to "appalling" torture

Sadistic thug, 24, jailed after young mother finds DVD of him subjecting her 15-month-old son to 'appalling' tortureLabourer Mark Weatherall, 24, was sentenced to 12 months for child crueltyHe slapped, poked and throw a ball at the defenceless babyEvil Weatherall, from Guildford, Surrey, filmed the abuse By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 18:16 GMT, 25 February 2013 | UPDATED: 19:27 GMT, 25 February 2013 A young mum put on a DVD at home and to her horror found herself watching movie footage of her own baby boy being tortured in his cot. The traumatized woman in her 20’s, saw her 15-month-old child slapped, poked in the face and bombarded repeatedly with a ball, a Crown Court heard.

Young mother, 21, who lost her four-month- old baby son and "couldn"t face Christmas without him" is found hanged

Grieving mother, 21, who 'couldn't face Christmas without tragic four-month-old baby son' is found hangedLaura Hill, from Pembrokeshire, Wales, was found hanged at a retail parkShe had walked out of a nearby hospital where she was being treatedThe young mother's four month old son Jayden died suddenly last year Friends say she was dreading the thought of Christmas without himAn investigation has been launched the Hywel Dda Health Board | UPDATED: 12:59 GMT, 19 December 2012 Tragic: Young mother Laura Hill, who was struggling to cope with the death of her son Jayden, pictured, was found hanged A young mother who was struggling to come to terms with the death of her baby son has been found hanged.

It takes us 36 hours to rise and truly shine: Survey finds fewer than one in five Brits thinks they are a morning person

It takes us 36 minutes to rise and truly shine: Survey finds fewer than one in five Brits thinks they are a morning personPeople typically snooze for 14 minute, according to researchTwo thirds of Brits feel unmotivated in the morningJust under a quarter admitted to 'seasonal sleeping slips' | UPDATED: 07:49 GMT, 14 December 2012 It's something we do every day but it seems we don’t get any better at it. It takes us more than half an hour to feel awake in the morning, according to a survey. Fewer than one in five Britons (17 per cent) consider themselves to be morning people.

Three-month-old baby overheated and suffocated next to radiator after becoming wedged in gap between bed and wall

Three-month-old baby overheated and suffocated next to radiator after becoming wedged in gap between bed and wallTilly Fitzpatrick had been left on her mother's bed Her mother's boyfriend fell asleep in the loungeInquest into her death continues in London | UPDATED: 18:08 GMT, 4 December 2012 A baby suffocated to death in a gap between her bed and a radiator, an inquest has heard. Tilly Fitzpatrick was three months old when she got stuck and over-heated in her bedroom in Chelsea, south west London, last September.

Labrador Lycka to undergo human heart surgery in Paris hospital after vets said they could not operate

Heart surgeons agree to operate on pet Labrador as vets were unable to helpLabrador Lycka has a rare heart condition that vets could not treatTop Paris hospital said it would help after Facebook campaignDoctors said they would work for free as owner could not afford surgery | UPDATED: 11:50 GMT, 30 November 2012 Happy-go-lucky: Nine-month-old labrador Lycka is set to undergo human heart surgery at a top Paris hospital after vets said they could not perform the operation A labrador with a rare heart condition is to receive specialist treatment normally reserved for humans after vets said they could not help.