Father facing jail for biting off love rival's finger at children's nativity playLee Wilkinson, 40, bit off Michael Dent's finger at Harton Primary School, South Shields, last year The offshore worker has pleaded guilty and will be sentenced in January | UPDATED: 15:39 GMT, 18 December 2012 Lee Wilkinson arrives at Newcastle Crown Court where he admitted biting off another man's finger at a children's nativity play A father who admitted biting off another man's finger at a children's nativity play has today been told a jail sentence is 'almost inevitable.' Lee Wilkinson, 40, launched the attack on Michael Dent last December at Harton Primary School, South Shields, South Tyneside, following a feud between the men. It is believed Mr Wilkinson had started a relationship with Mr Dent's wife while the couple had split. The offshore worker, of Fulwell Avenue, South Shields, pleaded guilty at Newcastle Crown Court today to unlawful wounding and a separate public order offence in relation to a run-in last Christmas Eve.
Grandfather, 57, set fire to himself after amassing debts of more than 150,000 that he kept hidden from wife and children Former petrol station cashier Ibrahim Omar had '97% full thickness burning'Loans and credit cards were thought to be the reason behind his huge debtA blast in August shattered bedroom door and pushed out bedroom's walls | UPDATED: 15:38 GMT, 11 December 2012 A grandfather set fire to himself at home after amassing hidden debts of more than 150,000 and keeping them hidden from his wife of three decades, an inquest heard yesterday. Ibrahim Omar, 57, of Bolton, Greater Manchester, put family photos and other personal items in his daughter's car and left the car keys outside his house before setting himself alight indoors.
Sister of two brothers who plotted to blow up the London Stock Exchange jailed for having Al-Qaeda terror manual on her mobile phoneRuksana Begum, 22, has been jailed for one year after editions of an Al-Qaeda magazine were found on her phone in JulyHer brothers Gurukanth Desai and Abdul Miah, were jailed earlier this year for their parts in a plot to attack the London Stock Exchange | UPDATED: 21:49 GMT, 6 December 2012 A young graduate whose brothers are serving prison sentences for planning a terrorist attack on the London Stock Exchanged, has been jailed for downloading Al-Qaeda terrorist material in her mobile phone. Ruksana Begum, 22, who has a first-class degree in accountancy, had two editions of Al-Qaeda's Inspire magazine on her phone, including articles such as 'Targeting the populations of countries that are at war with the Muslims'.