DISABLED ex-boxer Michael Watson was left hanging and dragged for 150 yards in a carjacking attempt, a court heard. His carer Lennard Ballck was sprayed with ammonia, Snaresbrook crown court was told. Mr Ballack was ordered out of the car as he screamed with pain, the court heard, but Mr Watson got caught in the seatbelt of the passenger seat. A witness said they saw Mr Watson being pulled along the road for 150 metres as he hung out of the car door on February 16 last year. DOWN AND OUT Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram DOWN as hundreds take to Twitter to complain ‘AU REVOIR MY FRIENDS’ BBC newsreader has ‘days to live’ after cancer becomes incurable LOST AT SEA Mystery as deserted ‘ghost ship’ found floating off the coast of Myanmar SEX-CRUCIATING Doctors have to INVENT new tool to remove 23inch sex toy from man tragic loss Woman, 20, who refused diabetes injections because she ‘didn’t do needles’ dies SHE’S AT IT AGAIN Shameless German CBB star Katja Krasavice shaves a VERY intimate area His boxing career was cut short as a result of a near-fatal brain injury sustained during a fight against Chris Eubank for the WBO super-middleweight title in 1991. Simon Luck, 29, Paul Samuels, 31, and Anselm Legemah, 23, all of Newham, East London, deny conspiracy to rob and spraying liquid. The trial continues.