Now parents told to snoop on their child's Facebook: Expert warns of online picture riskParents should stop children uploading intimate photos of themselvesPhotos of children kissing or showing their flesh should be taken down Warning comes after PM's adviser urged parents to read children's textsFigures show a rise in reports of incidents relating to online grooming Children Exploitation and Online Protection Centre received three a day there were 1,145 public reports relating to incidents of online grooming – or three a day.
'One was bigger than my waist!': Presenter Sian Welby left stunned after measuring German cyclist's freaky 28 INCH thighs Cyclist Robert Frstemann met ITV4 presenter Sian Welby in ManchesterAt National Cycling Centre for Round 3 of Revolution Series cycling event Frstemann made headlines at London 2012 following photo of his thighs Olympics – and they’re back again. German cyclist Robert Frstemann left ITV presenter Sian Welby speechless in Manchester when she used a tape measure to find the circumference of one of his thighs was a whopping 28 inches.
Owning a dog 'is not African', declares Jacob Zuma: Racism row after South African president says black people with pets are just copying white culture Outspoken president describes people who love dogs more than humans as 'having a lack of humanity'Black South Africans respond by posting photos of themselves being 'un-African' by walking their dogs on Twitter President's office says message of speech 'was need to decolonise the African mind post-liberation' | UPDATED: 23:31 GMT, 27 December 2012 Claim: South African President Jacob Zuma has warned black Africans against owning and walking dogs, which he says is just copying white culture He is not afraid to voice controversial opinions on anything from same-sex marriage to teenage pregnancy. But now South African president Jacob Zuma has taken the bizarre step of warning black Africans against owning a dog. President Zuma said that owning and walking a dog, and even taking one to the vet, were not African activities, and was just copying white culture
That's one ice-cold climber! Fearless daredevil tackles 450ft-tall frozen waterfall | UPDATED: 10:01 GMT, 24 December 2012 This is the terrifying moment a daredevil climber dices with death as he scales a gigantic frozen waterfall.
That's one ice-cold climber! Fearless daredevil tackles 450ft-tall frozen waterfall | UPDATED: 19:32 GMT, 23 December 2012 This is the terrifying moment a daredevil climber dices with death as he scales a gigantic frozen waterfall.
Now that's a Skyfall: The waterfall which looks like it starts off on the Milky Way | UPDATED: 03:28 GMT, 21 December 2012 Now we know how the Skyfall team came up with the title. The waterfall, located near the picturesque Hardangerfjord in Norway, appears to be flowing straight from the stars above. This particular twinkling cluster across the dark sky is nothing other than the Milky Way, and its reflection in the waterfall below makes the water appear bright white.
From Bethlehem to the Garden of Gethsemane, the biblical locations photographed in 1862 to prove to the English they really did exist | UPDATED: 17:41 GMT, 17 December 2012 A photograph taken during a royal visit to Bethlehem to prove the biblical city's existence will be going on display among photographs and diary extracts from a royal tour 150 years ago. Queen Victoria's eldest son King Edward VII, then Prince of Wales, was sent on an educational trip to the Middle East in 1862, accompanied by Francis Bedford – the first photographer on a royal tour
Is frosting the coolest trend so far Facebook group takes pictures of themselves in summer gear posing in freezing conditions | UPDATED: 11:25 GMT, 17 December 2012 If winter's already getting you down, you might want to resort to the latest Facebook trend and pretend the temperature can't stop you.
Punks, video games and kids just hanging out: How the Paparazzo of Peterborough documented life in town during the 70s and 80sAmateur photographer Chris Porsz, 59, took snaps to help ease stress of his jobPunk haircuts, flared jeans and early computers included in fascinating collection | UPDATED: 02:30 GMT, 12 December 2012 A group of 'psychobillies' – ex-punks, teds and skinheads – stare at a camera in a shopping arcade… the flat-top hairdo of one dyed a similar colour to the logo of a C&A store in the background. Elsewhere, young boys gaze longingly at chunky video games, such as Firefox and Scramble, in a computer shop.