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Man pleads guilty after beating police officer with baseball bat in vicious attack
Australian police officers being attacked by a thug with a baseball bat, with one of the cops admitting he feared for his life.Body-cam cameras from the Victoria policemen, show senior constable Rowan Baldham being brutally beaten by Steven Clearly, before his partner constable William Ringin came to his aid, stopping the vicious assault.The attack, which happened last October, came after a teenage boy was being questioned for blocking traffic and not wearing a mask during the state’s period of coronavirus restrictions.READ NEXT: Putin recruiting Grandad's Army after losing 50,000 soldiers in UkraineThe 15-year-old-old boy could be seen asking for help on a walkie-talkie and not long after, Clearly pulled up in a white car, got out and told the lad to get off home.The 50-year-old man was armed with a baseball bat hidden in a black sheaf and when the cops told him to back off, the youngster then suddenly tried to grab Ringin’s gun.As it all kicked off, Clearly then proceeded to batter Baldham over the head with the weapon several times, with Ringing stepping into disarm him, and using the bat to knock Clearly – who by now had picked up a discarded taser – to the ground.As Baldham crouched on the ground with blood gushing from a head wound, Ringin then squirted capsicum spray into Clearly’s face, while both officers tasered him before he surrendered.Clearly could be heard saying: “Gentleman. I am the King.
2022 BET Awards Performers: Lil Wayne, Lizzo, Chlöe, Chance the Rapper, Babyface and More
2022 BET Awards! On Thursday, the network released the names of the night's big performers taking the stage on Sunday, June 26 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. The annual awards show will be hosted by Academy Award-nominated and Golden Globe-winning actress Taraji P. Henson for the second year in a row, and features an impressive lineup of musicians putting on their best moves for their fans.The star-studded list includes Lil Wayne, Babyface, Chance The Rapper, Chlöe, Doechii, Ella Mai, Fireboy DML, GIVĒON, Jack Harlow, Joey Bada$$, Maverick City Music x Kirk Franklin, Latto, Lizzo, Muni Long, Roddy Ricch and more to be announced.Up-and-coming artists GoGo Morrow and OGI will also be gracing the BET Amplified Stage, getting BET Music's stamp of approval on the next big thing in music.Additionally, BET announced this year’s list of presenters, which includes Big Freedia, Bleu, Carl Anthony Payne II, Crystal Hayslett, Daniel Kaluuya, Ebony Obsidian, Eva Marcille, Idris Elba, Irv Gotti, Janelle Monáe, Keke Palmer, KJ Smith, Luke James, Marsai Martin, Mignon, Nene Leakes, Ne-Yo, Novi Brown, Ray J, Sanaa Lathan, Serayah, Tamar Braxton, Terrence J, Tisha Campbell and Will Packer.
Victoria Beckham regrets WAG behaviour which went 'too far' during World Cup
David Beckham has revealed his wife Victoria regrets her WAG behaviour as she cheered him on at the 2006 World Cup in Germany.England, who were captained by David in the tournament, crashed out at the quarter-final stage after being beaten by Portugal on penalties, in a match striker Wayne Rooney received a red card.David, 47, told in an interview with her former Man United teammate Gary Neville, how he believes the high-profile coverage of footballers' partners at major tournaments impacted the national team's performance.He also questioned whether some people "behaved themselves in the right manner".David told how his former Spice Girl wife, 48, often reflects on her time supporting her husband by asking "What was I doing? What was I wearing? Why would I do that?"During England's 2006 World Cup outing, WAGs including Victoria Beckham, Ashley Cole's wife at the time Cheryl and Coleen Rooney, donned glitzy outfits in the city of Baden-Baden between matches.The women were widely criticised for the professional male footballers underperforming in the tournament, a regular occurrence for England in World Cup matches.Discussing WAG culture on Neville’s Sky Sports show, The Overlap, David said: "There was a lot of attention around the families but I always believed, as an England captain, having the kids around and wives or girlfriends wasn’t a bad thing."But looking back, that whole culture, there was a lot of attention, and whether people behaved themselves in the right manner - I don’t know."Even Victoria, she is the first to say when she looks back: 'What was I doing? What was I wearing? Why would I do that?' I think it went a bit too far."There was more spoken about the WAGs than the football.
BBC Breakfast in chaos as weather star is 'booted from studio' in technical blunder
BBC Breakfast suffered a major technical blunder which ruined a weekend weather segment.The flagship BBC One breakfast show saw weekend hosts Victoria Derbyshire and Roger Johnson take the reigns on Sunday (May 1), but it all went wrong when they tried to get the latest weather updates.The hosts handed over to BBC weather star Louise Lear, who told viewers all about what conditions they can expect from the May bank holiday weekend.Louise gave a professional weekend weather forecast, but her segment was cut short by a glaring technical gaffe which saw her vanish from the studio completely.To make matters worse, host Roger had been talking to Louise when she disappeared to reveal a blank screen, so he wasn't able to finish what he was saying.Presenters Victoria and Roger were left baffled by the blunder, but Victoria quipped Louise had 'had enough' of her co-star Roger.Reacting to the gaffe, Roger said "oh, off she went" before joking "someone's pulling the plugs out all over the place" in the studio.Victoria then teased: "She's had enough of you!", suggesting she must have decided to leave the video link early instead being forced off of the screen by a tech issue.The hosts burst out laughing before trying their best to move on with the show.Breakfast suffered another major gaffe this weekend when Naga Munchetty accidentally confused PM Boris Johnson with disgraced tennis star Boris Becker.She was telling viewers about the news Boris Becker had been jailed on Friday afternoon after hiding £2.5million worth of assets and loans to avoid paying off debts.The six-time Grand Slam champion was found guilty of four charges under the Insolvency Act and has been jailed for two and a half years.There's MUCH more where that came