Subway franchise closes in France after outcry Valentine"s Day special which was offered to heterosexual couples only

Subway closes in France after offering Valentine's Day special to heterosexual couples onlyOwner of shop in north-west city of Angers cited 'freedom of expression'Poster slammed as 'homophobic' went viralSubway France closes branch and forced to apologise via Facebook page By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 19:42 GMT, 17 February 2013 | UPDATED: 11:42 GMT, 18 February 2013 The Valentine's Day poster which appeared at a Subway in Angers, France, which specifies it is for a man/woman combination only A French branch of the sandwich chain Subway has caused outrage after offering a Valentine's Day special to heterosexual couples only. The franchise in Angers, in the north-west of the country, has been forced to close after the owner's poster went viral and sparked widespread condemnation on Thursday

Subway death: Man killed after "being pushed in front of New York train" in Times Square

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

Bus rescued by crane after being engulfed by huge crack in the road

Going underground! Bus rescued by crane after being engulfed by huge crack in the road The bus sunk into a gaping pothole in Nanjing, China todayAll 31 passengers on board were evacuated and no one was injured | UPDATED: 20:14 GMT, 29 November 2012 A bus carrying passengers has been rescued by a crane after it was engulfed by a huge crack which appeared suddenly in the road.