Jay Bothroyd: Anger as Premier League star shows off "gangsta" tattoo

Footballer sparks fury after bragging online about his tattoo that spells out 'LOVE'… using images of guns and a GRENADE By Abigail Frymann PUBLISHED: 08:59 GMT, 20 April 2013 | UPDATED: 11:12 GMT, 20 April 2013 Premier League footballer Jay Bothroyd has been criticised for posting online a photograph of his new tattoo that shows four weapons. The 30-year-old QPR striker had a flick-knife inked on his torso, along with a hand grenade, a pistol and a machine gun.

Dale Cregan accused of 4 murders "fantasised about decapitating his enemy"

Gangster accused of four murders 'fantasised about decapitating his enemy'Cregan denies murders of Mark and David Short in May and August 2012But psychiatrist claims he admitted the killings in pre-trial interviewsCregan was paranoid the Short family were trying to kill him, trial toldCregan also said he was a drug dealer who earned up to 20,000 a weekClaims Cregan told him 'a big relief rushed through my body' after'Fantasised smashing his head with a hammer and cutting his head off'Later murdered PCs Nicola Hughes and Fiona Bone with gun and grenade Cregan added: 'I had thoughts of killing David Short since he threatened to rape my sister. 'I couldn’t get him out of my head

Footballer"s father found guilty of assaulting son"s ex-girlfriend after she leaked star"s "relationship" with X Factor judge…

Footballer's father found guilty of assaulting son's ex-girlfriend after she leaked star's 'relationship' with X Factor judge TulisaPeter Samms allegedly warned Stephanie Ward he had 'gangster friends'Stephanie had branded Tulisa Contostavlos a home-wrecker for romance with Newcastle United star /11/1418450360_1975874429001_ari-origin29-arc-181-1353236212056.jpgpubId=1418450360″ class=”plcHlder” /> Loading video… DM.has('rcpv37287','BC', {'renderConfig' : { 'css' : “videoplayer-large”, 'autoplay' : false, 'muted' : false, 'adUrl' : “http://pubads.g.doubleclick.net/gampad/adssz=8×8&iu=%2F7023%2Fdm.video%2Fdm_video_tvshowbiz&ciu_szs=&impl=s&gdfp_req=1&env=vp&output=xml_vast2&unviewed_position_start=1&url=[referrer_url]&correlator=[timestamp]”, 'playerId' : “1989148206001”, 'playerKey' : “AQ~~,AAAAAFSL1bg~,CmS1EFtcMWELN_eSE9A7gpcGWF5XAVmI”, 'objId' : “rcpv37287”, 'videoPlayer' : “1975866978001”, 'width' : 636, 'height' : 358, 'linkBaseURL' : “http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2279615/Footballers-father-guilty-assaulting-sons-ex-girlfriend-leaked-stars-relationship-X-Factor-judge-Tulisa.html” } });

Canvey Junior School in Essex criticised for dumping traditional nativity in favour of a cops and robbers themed play

Away in a manger, two crooks stole the bed: How one school decided to change the story of ChristmasEssex school criticised by parents for dumping traditional nativity playCanvey Junior School is staging a 'cops and robbers' themed playOne parent has withdrawn their child and parents have said the play is inappropriate following a number of armed robberies in the town | UPDATED: 13:00 GMT, 1 December 2012 A primary school has been criticised after they ditched the traditional Christmas nativity, opting to stage a 'cops and robbers' themed play. Parents have been left fuming by the school's decision to choose the modernised play, in which their children sing Away in a Manger with a completely different set of lyrics. The play, which will be performed by 11-year-olds at Canvey Junior School in Essex, gets rid of traditional characters Mary and Joseph, instead focusing on the tale of two violent robbers.