Britain's biggest burger: It weighs as much as a bowling ball and contains 7,000 calories… but nobody has ever finished one Ogre Burger contains one kg of beef, 800g bun and 200g of cheeseVisitors to The Edge Bar attempt to finish the meal within thirty minutes But nobody has ever completed the burger, which takes two hours to make By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 20:53 GMT, 28 March 2013 | UPDATED: 09:27 GMT, 29 March 2013 It weighs as much as a bowling ball and you would have to run three marathons to burn off its 7,000 calories.
Only one in three of us bother to introduce ourselves to our neighbours when we move because we're 'too busy'One in five have only met neighbours to ask to take parcels or water plants One quarter of people do not know the names of the people living next door By Emily Davies PUBLISHED: 17:57 GMT, 10 March 2013 | UPDATED: 18:08 GMT, 10 March 2013 Some people feel 'too nervous' to get to know their neighbours, while others are too busy Only one in three Brits bothers introducing themselves to their neighbours when moving into a new home, it emerged today. Researchers found a large percentage of us are ‘too busy’ to make ourselves known to those who live nearest to us, while others fear they will ‘have nothing in common’.
Sally Roberts spends first Christmas away from her son Neon due to family rift over her opposition to his cancer treatmentTold by estranged husband she was not welcome at family gathering Understood they have fallen out over her unsuccessful eight-week legal bidUncle Tony Leese said: 'It could be Neon's last Christmas. It's such a shame.' | UPDATED: 22:32 GMT, 29 December 2012 Neon Roberts spent Christmas Day without his mother because of the bitter family rift caused by her battle to stop him receiving radiotherapy. Sally Roberts’s unsuccessful eight-week legal bid had put her in conflict with her estranged husband Ben, who told her that she would not be welcome at the family gathering.
I locked our toddler in his room every night to save my marriageSome will call him a monster. A few will applaud
Why did no one help him Outrage as commuters stand back while man desperately tries to escape path of New York subway train Ki Suk Han, 58, killed after landing on tracks at 49th Street in ManhattanSuspect arrested today one block from subway station in Times Square | UPDATED: 23:01 GMT, 4 December 2012 A passenger who witnessed a man being crushed by a subway train today spoke of his anger at the failure of 18 people on the platform to save him – including the photographer who had time to take chilling pictures of his final moments. Patrick Gomez, who admitted that he also ‘froze’ at the scene, said it was a ‘real shame’ that no-one had the courage to ‘step up’ and attempt to rescue Ki Suk Han, 58, after he was pushed onto the line at the New York subway station yesterday afternoon