Mick Philpott "did not bathe for 12 WEEKS before fatal fire and wore the same boxer shorts every day"

House blaze suspect Mick Philpott 'did not bathe for 12 WEEKS before fatal fire and wore the same boxer shorts every day'Mick Philpott alleged to have started the blaze with two othersReveals his children called him 'tramp' because he didn't bathe for 12 weeks 'I just used to put water on my head and face and that's it,' he saidHe is accused of manslaughter with wife Mairead and friend Paul Mosley They bought cannabis and had sordid threesome on night of fatal fire Philpott accused of treating Mairead 'like a slave' while taking another loverAdmits he would go to girlfriend Lisa Willis's house for sex and to 'decorate' Court heard his wife had an abortion after falling pregnant while doggingHer QC accuses him of 'blackening' her name with tales of sex and drugs . 'But she's not sticking to the story, is she Mairead has broken ranks with you

Mick Philpott: Father-of-17 charged over Derby house fire admits he never washed or wore clean clothes

House blaze suspect Mick Philpott 'did not bathe for 12 WEEKS before fatal fire and wore the same boxer shorts every day'Mick Philpott alleged to have started the blaze with two othersReveals his children called him 'tramp' because he didn't bathe for 12 weeks 'I just used to put water on my head and face and that's it,' he saidHe is accused of manslaughter with wife Mairead and friend Paul Mosley They bought cannabis and had sordid threesome on night of fatal fire Philpott accused of treating Mairead 'like a slave' while taking another loverAdmits he would go to girlfriend Lisa Willis's house for sex and to 'decorate' Court heard his wife had an abortion after falling pregnant while doggingHer QC accuses him of 'blackening' her name with tales of sex and drugs . 'But she's not sticking to the story, is she Mairead has broken ranks with you. She's no longer sticking to the story', he said

One in seven women admits binning their mans old clothes without telling him (while they have 16 items they never wear)

One in seven women admits binning their man's old clothes without telling him (even though they have 16 items in the wardrobe they never wear)Survey finds 11 per cent of women say a clothes clear out is better than sexBritish Heart Foundation survey is aimed at encouraging clothes donations33 per cent hang onto clothes because they remind them of a better timeBut a quarter of Brits have been prompted into a clear out after a break-up By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 00:26 GMT, 4 March 2013 | UPDATED: 04:52 GMT, 4 March 2013 Hoarders: Women typically harbour 16 items of clothing the never wear, a survey has found Women typically harbour 16 items of clothing they never wear – yet throw out their partner's clothes without telling them, according to research.

My husband"s 35 Christmas lunch was a ready meal in a plastic bag: Wife"s anger at pub"s "rubbish" dinner

My husband's 35 Christmas lunch was a ready meal in a plastic bag: Wife's anger at pub's 'rubbish' dinnerChaplin family paid nearly 400 for dinner at The Cricketers pubNina Chaplin asked pub to wrap husband's meal as his car broke downSaid husband threw dinner in the bin, opting for a bacon sandwich Family was 'disgusted' at turkey that looked like 'compressed meat' | UPDATED: 02:01 GMT, 27 December 2012 After booking a table at their local pub for a traditional turkey lunch, the Chaplins thought they had taken all the stress out of Christmas.

Funny photos of vehicles whose owners appear to like hoarding litter on the back seat

Now these really are rubbish cars! Funny photos of vehicles whose owners appear to prefer hoarding litter to carrying passengers | UPDATED: 00:03 GMT, 27 December 2012 Many of our cars have probably got the odd stray crisp packet or empty drinks bottle inside, but few will ever get to this state. These funny pictures, collected by photo gallery website Xaxor, show various rubbish-filled vehicles that owners clearly have no interest in cleaning. The cars – which look more like skips than vehicles – are filled with items from tissues to newspapers and McDonald's takeaway food to empty cups of coffee, leaving little space for passengers.

Inventor warns "Google generation who spend life in front of screens are losing creativity and skills"

The internet is leaving children brain-dead: Inventor warns 'Google generation who spend life in front of screens are losing creativity and skills' | UPDATED: 11:08 GMT, 26 December 2012 One of Britain's leading inventors has warned that a 'Google generation' who rely on the internet for everything are in danger of becoming 'brain-dead'. Trevor Baylis, who invented the wind-up radio, said children are losing creativity and practical skills because they spend too much time in front of screens.

999? My son won"t go to bed: Police reveal the ridiculous calls people make to emergency line

999 My son won't go to bed: Police reveal the ridiculous calls people make to emergency number Calls made to emergency services include a father whose son wouldn't go to bed and a man checking a football scoreOne job seeker rang and asked police to type up his CVBut there is a serious message: Lives are put at risk by unnecessary calls | UPDATED: 01:21 GMT, 26 December 2012 Officer My son won't go to bed: Police have revealed the frivolous calls people make to 999. File picture An angry dad dialled 999 to report his teenage son for refusing to go to bed. The schoolboy, 14, was playing on his games console at midnight and ignored his parents' pleas to switch it off and get some sleep.

The internet is leaving children brain-dead: Inventor warns "Google generation who spend life in front of screens are losing creativity and…

The internet is leaving children brain-dead: Inventor warns 'Google generation who spend life in front of screens are losing creativity and skills' | UPDATED: 22:30 GMT, 25 December 2012 One of Britain's leading inventors has warned that a 'Google generation' who rely on the internet for everything are in danger of becoming 'brain-dead'.

Plymouth pensioner refuses to trim 50ft high "I"m a Celebrity" garden

It's a jungle over there: Tree-loving OAP refuses to trim 50ft high garden which towers over neighboursWilliam Hackett, 74, grows fir trees and a Chinese Tree of Heaven, which can reach 80ft or more, in his front gardenLocals have taken to using his overgrown garden as a rubbish dump | UPDATED: 08:41 GMT, 28 November 2012 A pensioner’s jungle-like front garden is now so overgrown local residents have started fly-tipping rubbish on his drive to try and force him to cut it back. William Hackett’s semi-detached property is now barely visible behind 50ft fir trees that tower over his own house and his neighbour's homes. Residents living near the pensioner on Billacombe Road in Plymstock, Plymouth, Devon, have repeatedly suggested Mr Hackett trim back his collection of firs