THE safety officer at Hillsborough where 96 Liverpool fans died was “too busy entertaining corporate clients” to do the job on match days, a jury heard. Graham Mackrell, 69, made the comment in 1987 to David Moore, once an environmental health officer with Sheffield city council. Mr Moore said Mackrell was “flippant” at the meeting to discuss the role. ExclusiveCRASH THEORY Emiliano Sala's plane could have been 'brought down by deadly ice on wings' BOG STANDARDS Muslims demand M&S boycott because toilet paper 'has Allah written on it' TORN APART Boyfriend's agony after finding girlfriend dead in pool as death ruled 'unclear' CHILLING LAST WORDS Sala pilot admitted he was 'a bit rusty' hours before doomed flight 'IT'S NO ACCIDENT' Emiliano Sala's model ex-partner says 'football mafia' is behind crash SMILE! YOU'RE NICKED Speedboat killer smirks as he's arrested & BLAMES VICTIM for her death Ex-Sheffield Wednesday club secretary Mackrell, of Stocking … [Read more...] about Hillsborough safety officer was ‘too busy entertaining corporate clients’ to do his job on match days
CHAINED-up monkeys are being forced to wear costumes, walk on stilts and even ride miniature motorcycles to entertain tourists. A reporter has released shocking video footage showing the sad-looking animals' cruel treatment in Indonesia. Sutanta Aditya visited the streets of Medan last week and captured distressing images of the primates being carried around in metal chains and forced to wear masks to also amuse local children. But he said his photos taken behind the street scenes are even more disturbing, with sad-looking animals kept in dark cages. They're also being handled roughly as their keepers prepare them for performances. He said: “The shows are controversial because of the sensitivity of human feelings. “When one person can think depriving other creatures of freedom in iron chains to make money is commonplace, I can see this comes from economic limitations. “I can’t say if it’s cruel or not but it is a mirror for people to look at their own … [Read more...] about Shocking footage shows monkeys being forced to wear costumes, walk on stilts and ride motorbikes to entertain tourists in Indonesia
Opinion Pablo Hernandez was excellent in Leeds' 3-0 win at Norwich City earlier this season Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Paul Chesterton Marcelo Bielsa might be better advised getting his staff to give Elland Road a lick of pink paint ahead of City’s visit. The Leeds chief reportedly met FA officials in London earlier this week, as the investigation into what is now known as ‘spygate’ stepped up a notch or two. This, after Norwich City confirmed over the weekend they were one of 11 signatories to a letter urging the EFL for ‘full disclosure’ into the events that led to a member of Bielsa’s backroom set-up apprehended at Derby County’s training ground.Followed by the Argentine’s bid for a cameo in any re-make of City’s amusing ‘The Office’-themed season ticket renewals’ video, featuring Stuart Webber, Ben Kensell and a selection of players. Bielsa went full David Brent with a … [Read more...] about Paddy Davitt: Spying and social ills. When did football stop being entertainment?
By Deborah Martin Updated 2:02 pm CST, Tuesday, January 22, 2019 The Acro-Cats are coming to the Josephine Theatre. The Acro-Cats are coming to the Josephine Theatre. Photo: Rock Cats Rescue Photo: Rock Cats Rescue Image 1 of / 9 Caption Close Image 1 of 9 The Acro-Cats are coming to the Josephine Theatre. The Acro-Cats are coming to the Josephine Theatre. Photo: Rock Cats Rescue Purr-fectly entertaining Acro-Cats returning to San Antonio 1 / 9 Back to Gallery After taking nearly a year off from touring for cancer treatments, Acro-Cats founder Samantha Martin was eager to get back on the road. So were her furry castmates. “They’re used to a high-stimulation kind of … [Read more...] about Purr-fectly entertaining Acro-Cats returning to San Antonio
By S. M. Chavey, mySA.com / San Antonio Express-News Published 1:51 pm CST, Tuesday, January 15, 2019 San Antonio Museum of Art The museum is offering free general admission to federal employees and one guest until the end of the government shutdown. To redeem, present a federal government ID. Children under 12 are always free. less San Antonio Museum of Art The museum is offering free general admission to federal employees and one guest until the end of the government shutdown. To redeem, present a federal government ID. Children under ... more Photo: Cassie Stricker Photo: Cassie Stricker Image 1 of / 7 Caption Close Image 1 of 7 San Antonio Museum of Art The museum is offering free general admission to federal employees and one guest until the end of the government … [Read more...] about Here’s where federal workers can get free food, entertainment in San Antonio during the shutdown