Heartbroken Montana Brown and Towie's Mario Falcone lead mourners at Mike Thalassitis's

Family and reality TV stars have come together to say their final goodbyes to Mike Thalassitis (inset) today, who was found hanged in a park near his home in Edmonton, north London on March 15 at the age of just 26. He was said to be suffering from depression and financial troubles, and had been struggling to come to terms with the loss of his grandmother, who had passed away days earlier. Among those making their way into Christ Church in Southgate, north London include, from left, Mike's fellow Love Islanders Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt, Montana Brown, host of the ITV2 show Caroline Flack, Amber Davies and footballer Jamie Vardy's wife Rebekah. The late star's rumoured girlfriend Ellie O'Donnell (inset) also arrived for the poignant service this afternoon. Montana, who was visibly distraught as she made her way into the church (second left), posted an emotional tribute on Instagram this morning reading: 'Wished today would never come'.

Family of murdered data analyst burst into tears as her lover ADMITS he brutally beat her

A 25-year-old maths graduate who had previously denied murdering his girlfriend now faces jail after pleading guilty in a dramatic courtroom U-turn. Joe Atkinson appeared in Leeds Crown Court today to change his plea in relation to the murder of Poppy Devey Waterhouse. Miss Devey Waterhouse, 24,  was pronounced dead at the couple's flat in Leeds in December last year. The analyst, who was born in London and moved to Leeds to work for bookmaker William Hill, had suffered trauma to the head and the neck.

FILE - In this Monday, March 11, 2019 file photo, rescuers work at the scene of an Ethiopian Airlines flight crash near Bishoftu, or Debre Zeit, south of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Pilots of the Ethiopian Airlines flight encountered problems with their new Boeing jetliner from nearly the moment they roared down the runway and took off. Ethiopian authorities issued a preliminary report Thursday, April 4, 2019, on the March 10 crash. (AP Photo/Mulugeta Ayene, File)

Almost as soon as they took off from Addis Ababa the pilots were assailed by alarms issuing warnings and were at times heaving in unison on the controls to keep the plane airborne as it nose dived.

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The three-year-old Shih Tzu, who lived in Hertfordshire, became increasingly ill with vomiting, diarrhoea and weight loss over three weeks.

Official list published today reveals lavish and sentimental gifts bestowed on the Royal Family. These presents can be worn and used but aren't considered royals' property.

Inquests have been held into the deaths of twenty-one people who were killed in two explosions at the city's Mulberry Bush and Tavern in the Town pubs in Birmingham in November 1974.

Tusk tells EU to give UK 12-month Brexit delay

Donald Tusk has said that a 12-month 'flextension' offer is 'the only reasonable way out' of the crisis and will urge leaders of the EU's 27 member states to back him later today. This morning the Prime Minister sent a letter to Mr Tusk to formally request an extension to Article 50 that will delay the UK's departure beyond April 12 to June 30 - but wants a 'termination clause'. This would allow the UK to leave on May 22 - the day before European elections - if a deal can be pushed through the UK Parliament. But Mrs May's letter admits that if she fails Britain would go to the polls to elect MEPs between May 23 and May 26, who would then be paid a £85,000-a-year salary to sit in Brussels as the UK tries to leave. EU sources have said they will reject Mrs May's June 30 Brexit date and tell her that a year-long deal is the only option. With No Deal now off the table she would be forced to accept it. Theresa May's cabinet is considering giving MPs a vote on holding a second referendum as the price of a deal with Jeremy Corbyn, it emerged today. But ministers are considering quitting if Britain does not leave by May and backbench Brexiteers said today: 'The little bit of credibility she has left would be completely shattered' if she offered a new public poll.

Just when you thought Parliament couldn't sink any lower, along comes Peterborough's jailbird MP Fiona Onasanya to cast the deciding vote in favour of the latest Stop Brexit manoeuvre.

Mrs May has said she will seek an extension to June 30 at an emergency summit in Brussels. But European Council president Mr Tusk said that he wanted a delay to March 31 2020.

Aintree Festival 2019 Day 2: Glamorous guests get out their best glad rags for Ladies Day

On Friday glamorous guests upped the style stakes for the second day of the three-day Aintree Grand National Festival 2019, wearing their best dresses in an effort to win the coveted Ladies Day Best Dressed style award. Racegoers were seen donning glitter-encrusted jumpsuits, plunging necklines, thigh-skimming hemlines as they kicked off the festivities, left to right, while others posed on the mock races horses and drank straight from the bottle, inset.

The 12 boys who were freed from a cave in Thailand had to be sedated with Ketamine during the rescue, with medics fearing their chances of survival were 'zero'.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told journalists on Friday that he hoped the crisis in Libya would not lead to 'renewed bloodshed', adding that Moscow did not support Khalifa Haftar.

Quarmby, who was born in Liverpool, was best known for playing a Health Inspector in the famous ' Basil The Rat' episode of Fawlty Towers in 1979.

Ben Thompson, who presents BBC Breakfast, criticised a question posed to the panel in Sheffield which asked whether 'it is morally right for five-year-old children to learn about LGBT issues in school'.

Meghan and Harry share stunning unseen pictures of their Botswana trip to their Instagram

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex travelled to the African country in 2017. The new shots show the royal couple fixing a satellite collar to a bull elephant (left) and Harry hugging a park ranger (right). Harry took Meghan to favourite luxury camp Meno a Kwena for her 36th birthday and to mark their first year together as a couple.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are set to welcome their new baby in just a few weeks, stayed at the five-star Heckfield Place hotel in Hook, Hampshire.

An anonymous hobbyist found the coin in a newly-ploughed field near an ancient Roman road in Dover, Kent. The 30-year-old finder thought the coin was fake at first as it was in such good condition.

Wife whose murder conviction was quashed will walk free from prison

Sally Challen, of Claygate, Surrey, says she killed 61-year-old Richard Challen in August 2010 after 40 years of being controlled and humiliated by him. She was jailed for life for the murder of the former car dealer following a trial at Guildford Crown Court in 2011. But her conviction was quashed and a retrial ordered at the Court of Appeal in London in February, in light of new evidence which was not available at the time of her first trial.

Martin Kovac, 44, from Wolverhampton, let his partner Marcela Banamova enter a sham marriage with Lovepreet Singh at Stockton's registry office to avoid immigration laws.

Sofia Edigarova, 27, was rushed to hospital in St Petersburg after she became severely ill on a four hour flight from Omsk after she allegedly took methamphetamine to combat her flying fear.

The Foreign Secretary was pictured ambling through the port of Dinard on the northern coast of France on Friday alongside Mrs Clooney as they attended the a meeting of the G7 foreign ministers.

'I need an ambulance, I've accidentally killed my wife': Jealous husband's lying 999 call after murdering his spouse as her daughters slept upstairs before police found him calmly drinking tea at home 

CCTV (left) showed Mohammed Anhar Ali after he bought cables to murder Nazia Begum (right) at their former marital home in Bow, east London after she asked for a divorce in October last year. In a chilling 999 call he made after the murder, Ali calmly told the operator he'd 'accidentally' killed his wife 'with a scarf'. When police arrived he asked officers to be quiet because his daughter, and Ms Begum's daughter from a previous relationship, were sleeping upstairs. Ali (inset) was convicted of murder yesterday.

Cadbury and Heinz are releasing Creme Egg Mayo at an installation in London from Thursday 11 and Saturday 13 April. Six Femail reporters tried it to see how it fared, with surprising results.

Holly Willoughby embarks on her NINTH building project in seven years on £3m London home

This Morning host Holly, 38, wants to turn a garage at her home into a studio flat. The star and her TV executive husband Dan Baldwin (right) want to create a light and airy space for a live in family au pair to look after their three children, plans show (inset). It is the 13th planning application the couple have submitted to their local council since buying the London property (left) for £2.8 million in 2012. Nine of those applications have been for building work on the six-bedroom family home. Their biggest project was three years ago when they were given permission to excavate and build a basement. They clashed with their well-to-do neighbours in 2016 over plans for a first and second floor rear extension, which were rejected by the council

Vicki Keating, of Birmingham, found the lump shortly after the birth of her eight-month-old baby. She is now having a double mastectomy for triple negative breast cancer.

Julian Assange 'to be kicked out of the Ecuadorean embassy in HOURS and arrested' says

Julian Assange's seven-year stay in Ecuador's London embassy appeared on the verge of ending this morning after WikiLeaks reported the country had agreed to hand him over to British police. The website made the claims about its founder in a series of late-night Tweets citing unnamed sources in the Ecuadorean authorities as confirming Mr Assange (inset) would be kicked out in 'hours or days'. Protesters began descending on the west London embassy after online calls for people to 'protect' the controversial whistleblower, erecting tents (bottom right) outside the door. They continued to arrive throughout the morning, holding posters calling for him to be allowed to leave without fear of being arrested. A van later arrived at the building bearing a billboard in support of Mr Assange, and parked in a space reserved for diplomats. It was moved on at 10am after armed police (left and top right) told the organiser of the demonstration they had received a call from the embassy.

Mother-in-law slams bride's dream dress by saying 'I can see what you've had for dinner'

Gok Wan is forced to take drastic action as a mother-in-law slams the bride's dream dress in Say Yes To The Dress Lancashire. In tonight's episode of the TLC show, police detective and ex-bodybuilder Nichola (right) is not used to feeling feminine, and she's looking for a dress for her big day that won't make her feel self-conscious about her out of competition body. But her confidence takes a knock when dressed in the gown she adores Caroline (second from left), her future mother-in-law, hates it. Pictured left to right, brother-in-law Jabez, Caroline, Nichola, her best friend Kelly and mother Denise.

A £40 bikini sold by online retailer Oh Polly is causing a stir. The tiny bikini comes with clear straps and claims to only 'cover the essential' and lets customers decide how revealing they want it.

This image released by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) shows an explosive dropped from Hayabusa2 spacecraft to make a crater on the asteroid Ryugu Friday, April 5, 2019. Japan's space agency JAXA said its Hayabusa2 spacecraft successfully dropped the "small carry-on impactor" made of copper onto the asteroid and collect its underground samples to find possible clues to the origin of the solar system. (JAXA via AP)

Japan's space agency said its Hayabusa2 spacecraft successfully dropped an explosive (pictured) designed to make a crater on an asteroid and collect its underground samples.

Mother-of-one discovered her fiancé was cheating with TWO work colleagues

When Kristie Garnett (left), 23, from Catterick Garrison, north Yorkshire, met Tyler Allen (right), 23, the pair quickly fell in love. Three months later, the full-time mum discovered she was pregnant and Tyler proposed, but cracks soon began to show in their relationship. One night, after the couple argued, Tyler slept with another woman. Devastated, Kristie called off their engagement, but a month later she decided to give him another chance. But after the baby arrived, Tyler cheated again - this time with a married woman.

First-time buyers now need a £45,000 deposit to get on the housing ladder

First-time buyers putting down the average deposit face a range of options, from studio flats in cities like London and Bath to sprawling six-bedroom houses elsewhere. All these properties were in the £220,000 to £230,000 price range, but vary dramatically in size, from three large six-bedroom family houses (top) to much smaller studio flats. They include an elegant family home with space to park four cars just 12 miles from Edinburgh (top left) and a detached new build in County Durham with a separate double garage (top right).

Will teen maniac who 'didn't like Mondays' soon walk free? Girl, 16, is up for parole 40 years after she opened fire on her US school to 'liven the day', killing two and inspiring the Boomtown Rats' hit

Brenda Spencer (inset, now aged 56) remembers starting the day by taking her epilepsy medicine, washed down with whisky. The diminutive 16-year-old (left) with bright red hair then armed herself with the .22 rifle and telescopic sight that her father, Wally, had given her for Christmas and started firing shots from a window. Her target was Grover Cleveland Elementary School, just 150ft away across the road, where - at around 8.30am - a crowd of young children were waiting patiently for their head teacher to unlock the gates (right).

London leader of Justin Bieber's church claims he can heal the sick while living in £2.5m

EXCLUSIVE: Jet-setting Gary Clarke (inset) is London pastor of Justin Bieber's church (left with his personal pastor, Carl Lentz). Mr Clarke lives in a luxury Wandsworth flat (top right), which is owned by the church. It boasts a private swimming pool, gym and floor-to-ceiling views of the Thames. He claims to have healed the sick. When asked by MailOnline why no evidence was available, he said: 'Then what you're doing is, you're putting people on display. These are people's own stories to tell, not my stories to tell of people.' He holds his sermons at the Dominion Theatre, central London (bottom right)

Jason Kakaire, 29, of Edmonton, appeared in court accused of attempting to kill five people in four days in north London (pictured: scene of the fifth attack) by stabbing them in the back.

Edward Brooks, 52, of Minehead, Somerset, was jailed for 23 months after pleading guilty to downloading hundreds more indecent images of children while on a suspended sentence.

Couple who didn't help their 'malnourished' German Shepherd banned from keeping animals

Christopher Bloy (second left), 26, and Heather Wray (first left), 25, from Grimsby, admitted causing unnecessary suffering to their German Shepherd Cassie (right) after they didn't investigate its extreme weight loss. The four to five year old dogs' weight dropped to as little as one stone 12 pounds, when normally dogs of this breed weigh between four stone 10 pounds and five stone seven pounds. It was put down after it was brought to the Blue Cross animal hospital. The pair will have their other dog, which has a normal weight, taken away and will be banned from keeping animals for 10 years. Bloy will also have to complete 80 hours unpaid work and Wray will have five days rehabilitation.

The stretch of sand next to the busy airport on the island of Phuket in southern Thailand has become a popular attraction with holidaymakers because of its photo opportunities.

Family of missing 14-year-old boy say they are devastated by cruel hoax as FBI reveals 23-year-old man who claimed to be the teenager is a convicted criminal with a history of lying to cops 

'It's devastating. It's like reliving that day all over again and Timmothy's father is devastated once again,' the boy's aunt Kara Jacobs (left with his grandmother Alana Anderson) said. The family said that they were elated when they first heard that a boy claiming to be Timmothy Pitzen (top right) had been found wandering the streets of Newport, Kentucky. He told police that he had been kidnapped but had fled his abductors in Cincinnati, Ohio, and run across state lines to safety. But that hope was cruelly dashed when police ran a DNA test and found that 'Timmothy' was actually 23-year-old ex-convict Brian Michael Rini (bottom right). 'It's been awful,' said Timmothy's grandmother Alana Anderson. 'We're been on tenderhooks... it's been exhausting.' Incredibly, Anderson said the family didn't feel anger towards the fraudster, only pity.

Talia Lavin, from the US, started an amusing Twitter thread by asking her followers to reveal the most disastrous date they've ever had - including one lady whose date projectile vomited.

Joel Lewis, 17, of Rhondda, South Wales, died after taking an accidental overdose of Zomorph morphine tablets that he stole from his drug dealer while buying cannabis.

Noel Gallagher slashes a £1million off his London mansion in two months

Noel Gallagher has slashed the asking price of his six-bedroom, five-bathroom London mansion for the second time in two months as he continues to struggle to find a buyer after three years.  The substantial stucco-fronted period property went on sale in 2016 for £11million, before being offered at the 'bargain' price of £8,950,000 in December last year.  In February, the Oasis rocker, 51, took £500,000 off the Little Venice property, bringing the asking price down to £8,495,000 and now, in April, it's been listed at £7.94m.

Craig Moody, 42, from Blackburn, Lancashire, who once tipped scales at 33st revealed how he was able to shed 17st in less than a year. He recalled being told by medics that his days were numbered.

Kelly Rothery, 32, from Leeds, West Yorkshire once tipped scales at 19st 3lb. After becoming trapped in a cycle of comfort eating, she found out she was heavier than her husband Charlie, 31,



Crafty schoolgirl tried to avoid school by faking chickenpox

Lily Schooley (left), six, of Cornwall, tried to get out of a spelling test at school by drawing spots all over herself with a red marker pen to fake chickenpox (right), but it backfired when she could not wash them off. Mother Charlotte, 34, said the incident was hilarious and that Lily immediately regretted it once she threatened to take her to the doctor. Mrs Schooley said her daughter was inspired by a YouTube video and ended up having to face her classmates and teachers while still covered head to toe in permanent marker after it would not wash off.

A collection of vintage railway posters are being sold after being unearthed under a pile of knick-knacks at the back of a cupboard in the flat of a late elderly couple in Perthshire, Scotland.

Cosi Doerfel, 47, who has lived in the UK for 30 years, said her husband Jim had to sleep in a separate bed for three weeks and that she nearly moved out of their Liverpool home.

Men and women were hauled from their homes in Riyadh and Dammam in a new round of arrests targeted at those who back women's rights and are seen as critics of the Crown Prince's regime.

Brazilian police shoot dead ELEVEN armed robbers in shootout with 'Fast and Furious' gang who stormed banks in five armoured cars

Brazilian police say they shot dead 11 people after a 25-strong bank robbing outfit sped in five armoured vehicles through the city of Guararema in Brazil armed with assault rifles and explosives (pictured: the shot out windows of the Santander branch, left; a Hyundai shredded with bullets, top right; the gang's arsenal, bottom right; and President Jair Bolsonaro, inset). The raids began at 4am on Thursday when the gangsters shot their way into a Santander and a Banco de Brasil branch with the police discovering them laying explosives to blow open ATM machines. They sped away in five reinforced vehicles, with the police engaging at least two of the cars in a deadly shootout on the highway.

Scientists at Glasgow University tested 332 products from supermarkets and found 41 per cent of them were less healthy than they claimed to be.

David Babbs, founder of campaign group 38 Degrees, from Hackney, east London,was sacked after it was found that he had supplied cocaine and ketamine to younger staff at an after-work event.

Experts from Oxford University found that one or two drinks a day increased the risk of suffering a stroke in the next ten years by 10 to 15 per cent, and four drinks a day by 35 per cent.

Officials said the east London school, which charges fees of £2,600 a year, had failed to protect pupils from extreme views.

The baby born on YouTube: First-time mother, 26, posts 'raw and emotional' footage of her giving birth (and more than one million have watched it)

More than one million people have watched a first-time mother give birth on a YouTube video she uploaded to her popular health and fitness channel. Sarah Stevenson (pictured), who is better known as 'Sarah's Day' online, shared the pre-labour, contractions and eventual delivery of her son Fox Ocean Tilse on March 29. The 26-year-old from Sydney's Sutherland Shire region has been praised by her thousands of subscribers for giving an insight into the very raw and emotional experience of childbirth. Strangers commented that the footage 'made them cry'.

Alexander Clarke, 38, downed 10 pints of cider before he got in the Ford Transit with Mr Seymour (pictured) then crashed into a car parked in a road in Sonning Common Oxfordshire.

CCTV footage shows the train smashing head-on into the ambulance and dragging it along the tracks at a level crossing in Puszczykowo in Pozna County, Poland, on Wednesday.

Poor quality electronics are being promoted with glowing reviews on major retailers' websites such as Amazon. UK retailer John Lewis said customers have no reason to inflate their reviews.

Hövding believes it's trendy airbag collar is a more effective alternative to traditional bike helmets that would win over even the most fussiest of cyclists

Covent Garden steak house is secret setting for films and TV dramas

London restaurant Smith & Wollensky is already a popular spot with celebrities but has had its profile raised even higher after being used in several television series and films in recent years. The steakhouse is a setting in hit dramas including The Crown (bottom left), McMafia (top right) and The Cuckoo's Calling (bottom right) while it was most recently seen in Phoebe Waller-Bridge comedy Fleabag (top left) last month. Staff say the restaurant, which charges as much as £80 for steaks and £125 for seafood platters, is popular with producers because of its location and 1920s decor, while celebrities including The Rock, boxer Anthony Joshua and singer Tom Jones are frequently seen there enjoying dinner.

CCTV footage shows a pair of cyclists lingering on the pavement beside busy Newbrook Road in Bolton, Greater Manchester on March 24.

The stand-up comedian, 74, said his son Martin Thomas Reilly 'made me laugh and he made me cry' as he thanked the public 'for allowing him his privacy and dignity' as he coped with grief.

MEPs from the European Parliament's agriculture committee voted to stop vegetarian products being labelled as steak, sausage, escalope, burger and hamburger. It will go before the full parliament.

Crystal Palace goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey has been cleared of making a racist gesture during a club meal, the Football Association has announced.

Jonathan and Sarah Handy, pictured outside Pontypridd Coroners' Court today heard how their daughter Jennifer may have survived if her mother gave birth in the hospital.

Tudor home which inspired Thomas Hardy's Far From the Madding Crowd is for sale for £7.5m

Athelhampton House, near Puddletown, Dorset, is a Grade I listed building (pictured top left), the oldest part of which was built by Sir William Martyn in 1485. Puddletown provided the inspiration behind the fictional settlement of Weatherbury in Thomas Hardy's novel, while Weatherbury Farm, the home of main character Bathsheba Everdene, is thought to have been based on the Athelhampton. Hardy (inset) regularly visited the property, which is set in 30 acres of grounds (bottom right). The Great Hall (top right) is described as 'one of the finest examples of 15th Century domestic architecture in England'. There are also two dining rooms, five bathrooms, and a cinema, alongside an array of snugs, offices and kitchens in the property.

Ruth Jones won the Newport West by-election with 39.6 per cent of the vote - but that was down 12.7 per cent on the result of the veteran MP Paul Flynn who died in February.

Prince Harry is fast becoming the woke dope royal - and I rather wish he was not, says JAN MOIR, after the Duke of Sussex spoke about the dangers of social media in London.

I wrote on this page 16 months ago, declaring my determination to buy my long-suffering wife a West Highland terrier puppy for her 60th birthday and I finally spoke to Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.

How one photographer documented the segregated American South

NEW At a time when segregation laws were being introduced, the last battles with Native Americas were fought and restrictions on immigrants were first implemented, one photographer documented the people who lived through these times. Hugh Mangum (inset in a self-portrait with his wife Annie) documented the South as the 'Jim Crow' laws were coming into effect to take a close-up look at the life and work of early 20th century. The personalities in Mangum's images show everyday life depicting the triumphs and struggles of many facing disenfranchisement, racial segregation and inequality during this pivotal era in American history. Pictured (right) are prisoners in a chain gang and (left) two women playing instruments.

The new dashboards will enable workers to see details of all the pensions they have amassed at different companies and with different providers in one place online.

Malcolm Robertson, a photographer and Scottish father-of-two, shared the snap of a beach on the island of Iona. The photograph quickly went viral, as Twitter users were amazed.

A study review of 31 research papers by the Humboldt University of Berlin found munching on caramel, toffee or fudge even leaves us feeling exhausted and less alert an hour later.

A burglar tried to pull a cell phone from its security tether at a Metro PCS store in S Middle Belt, Westland, US. But his efforts caused the case to come away from the wall and he falls to the floor.

And you think Brexit is bad! Live TV election debate descends into chaos as rival party members hurl chairs in a mass brawl in South Africa

The live TV broadcast from Hout Bay, a suburb of Cape Town, became violent with members of opposition political parties throwing chairs and punched on Friday morning. The presenter on South Africa's SABC could be heard voicing her concerns as the scene became wildly out of control on the Morning Live show. The debate was abandoned and fortunately none of the broadcasting staff were injured in the violence. Residents had gathered at the Hangberg Sports and Recreation centre to speak to the leaders of the Democratic Alliance, EFF, ANC, Black First Land First and Good parties.

River Willis, of Cardiff, arrived on July 27 last year via emergency C-section after his mother Cara Willis' placenta came away from the wall of her womb - putting both their lives at risk.

The Rolling Stones frontman, 75, had a heart valve procedure and is recovering in hospital in New York with nurses monitoring him closely for any signs of complications.

Memorabilia and exotic person items collected from the couple's Beverly Hills mansion, will be sold next month after they finally thrashed out their three-year divorce battle.

Banned drink-driver, 31, is jailed after sending passengers flying into the air when his convertible smashed head-on into Mercedes in police chase 

Damian Cleaver, from Leicester, crashed his open top Vauxhall Astra, carrying four passengers, while turning a corner in Birstall, Leicester. The 31-year-old crashed into an oncoming Mercedes and left the driver, who had just dropped his children off at school, suffering from whiplash. Cleaver, who was already banned from driving and has a 'horrendous' record for motoring crimes was jailed at Leicester Crown Court for dangerous driving. Video show the shocking moment the cars collide.

Experts from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences say the creature was 13 feet long and is believed to be first ancestor of whales and dolphins to reach the Pacific Ocean.

Heart-stopping pictures show daredevils somersaulting on precipices and dangling from

These pictures will make even the most confident climber's palms sweat. That's because they show some of the world's bravest daredevils proving that they have limitless reserves of derring-do. One is pictured sitting on the edge of a skyscraper in New York's Times Square (bottom left), one somersaults on a precipice in Norway (top left) with a 2,300ft drop and another takes a lie down on the arm of a massive crane without a harness. The gallery of images also includes a snap of a pair of newlyweds in New Hampshire in their finery negotiating a sheer cliff face (bottom right). And let's not forget the image of a climber hanging like a bat hundreds of feet up.

The Oktem Park in Russia features shallow pits dug out of a frozen lake which visitors try to escape. Five people form human ladders and laugh hysterically as they fail to pull themselves out.

Egypt's oldest pyramid is saved from collapse

British engineers have wrapped up the mummy of all repair jobs after concluding a £7 million ($9 million) restoration work on Egypt's oldest pyramid (left). Located northwest of the city of Memphis, in the Saqqara necropolis, the 4,700-year-old Step Pyramid - which is also known as the Pyramid of Djoser - was at imminent risk of collapse after a magnitude 8.5 earthquake hit Egypt in October 1992. Giant air bags (top right) were used to help support the monument while engineers stitched the stone structure (internal shot, bottom right) back together using steel rods.

Small groups of people including children arrived at a field next to the migrant camp of Diavata near the border with North Macedonia on Thursday and have clashed with police since.

David Wilder, 35, who lives in Canada, had been a professional landscape photographer for a decade despite being colourblind. With new glasses he saw the full spectrum of colours for the first time.

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Dogs in hilarious photos gallery shows what happens when panoramic snaps go wrong

Dog owners from around the world have shared panoramic pictures of their pooches that haven't turned out quite as planned. Included are pups who look stretched out (top right) and one with no legs. Another dog looks more like a puddle than a pup (bottom right) in one of the snaps and two canines running on the beach seem to have lost some of their legs (top left and bottom middle). And it is not just the legs that have fallen victim to owner's cameras, some pooches have had their faces squished (top middle) or multiplied (bottom left) in the hilarious pictures.

The three woman are seen walking into the small shop in the Tripolia market of Jaipur, northern India. As one distracts the shop keeper the other two quickly stuff garments under their saris.

Emma Anderson, 29, and Craig MacVicar, 38, from Aberdeen revealed their incredible wedding photos. The couple hiked up a massive rock formation hours after their ceremony, with the bride in her dress

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Chinese tourist chugs 2.5 litres of milk at an Australian airport after being stopped by security because he doesn't want to waste it

A Chinese man who was stopped by airport security in Australia for carrying a large jug of milk was determined to not let it go to waste. The tourist from Zhengzhou, east China's Henan province was carrying a three-litre container of milk through an airport in Australia when he was stopped by staff at the security checkpoint. After being told that he had violated the 100ml hand luggage liquid restriction, the man took the plastic bottle and chugged back all 2.5 litres left in it.



Southend rocked by explosion as Royal Marine bomb squad shut world-famous pier

The suspect device, thought to be a British rifled muzzle-loading projectile from the Victorian era (inset left), was found just 30 metres from what is the world's largest pleasure pier (bottom right), in Southend-on-Sea, Essex, yesterday morning. A team from the Royal Marine Bomb Disposal Unit, aided by HM Coastguard Southend (top right) waited until low tide to drag the device a safe distance before detonating it at around 7pm (main).

Richard Smith, from the UK, captured the moment a demanding girlfriend ordered her partner to take the perfect picture of her in front of the famous cherry blossoms in Tokyo.

The installation by artist Dan Acher saw the skies over the Tower of London lit with the famous enchanting glow of the phenomenon more likely to be seen in Iceland or Norway.

'Jilted John' proposes to ex-fiancee on live TV four YEARS after he was forced to auction off their honeymoon when she dumped him weeks before their wedding (but viewers brand it a 'cringe-fest')

John Whitbread, 36, from Leicestershire, appeared on Good Morning Britain and took ex-fiancee Amy Jackson to a cafe and popped the question live on ITV- with the help of a flash mob posing as diners. He became known as 'Jilted John' after dumped Amy, seen, him before their 2015 wedding. Some Twitter users branded it 'a cringe fest', seen inset.