Mashable
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Getting taken home by the police because you've had that massive a night out isn't something you'd ordinarily be proud of, but for one dude it's resulted with the best selfie ever. A guy from Tasmania, Australia only known by the name of Reece posted a selfie taken by two police officers and himself in bed on Facebook, even though he probably wasn't aware of it at the time. SEE ALSO: Canadian police officer goes to house party to break up jam sesh, plays drums instead "So was just looking through my phone and turns out these good c****s took some banger selfies after they took my drunk ass home! Bloody legends," he wrote on Facebook. (FYI, the C-word can be used affectionately in Australia.) Read more... More about Australia , Police , Selfies , Selfie , and Tasmania
BBC Radio Ulster
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NBA has been distressing but there is nobody 13 of them please send invoice little girl hiding this quiet room and there are at least another 5 people but I should have to live cam it's just outside the room drink to that you said was extremely sorry for the huge destruction the company's chief executive Alex Cruz ba da power supply problem for the computer issues which affect the check-in and operational systems including customer service phone lines and the company's website John Strickland.
Sky News
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It is great, until you're wanting to get hold of somebody and you're sitting in the back seat and that's the problem. Separating the passenger from the driver. I always put my phone in my jacket and chuck it in the back seat and that's it. It's not in reach
Sky News
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it will turn the glove locker know in a car will be turned into a far day cage and your phone won't work then. And that technology is more likely to be the long-term solution. Do you think the phone companies themselves.
Sky News
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people are use ago lorry so they can look down into a car or using a bus to look down into the car and getting that viewpoint. How long do you think using a mobile phone will be as unacceptable as drinking and driving? These things take a.
Sky News
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phone up to our ears, but now people are looking down into their laps because they're using the phone like a computer. And that's harder for the police because they need to see the device as well. Some.
BBC Radio Wales
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looks Admiral paste on my cell phone on the page but because of bank holiday weekend is traditionally a time for us to tackle DIY jobs but be with research undertaken on behalf of an insurance company suggest that there is an increase of 42% in household insurance claims at this time of year if so can we learn from some of our mistakes we are star reporter Gilbert John who currently is no stranger to DIY disasters himself to ask me people in Cross Hands about their experiences.
Sky News
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It's not easy because it's not like you can pick up a phone book As a non-Muslim you know exactly what is happening in the world, you go deeper and deeper on the phone.
Sky News
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pitch itself, on the phone on snap chat. It says, "Are you British? Are you Muslim?" And snap chat is clever because it disappears after 20 seconds, so you can't trace it. And there was no manual.
BBC Radio Wales
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this computer system and how it handle the fall out as it tries to get flights back to normal the Airlines chief executive has apologize for what he called a horrible time for customers compensation claims from thousands of passengers have left left left stranded could run into many millions of pounds yesterday one passenger David Evans told the BBC about this situation people in the first few weeks and Gears of War II Q&A food before they can even get the registration TV um I've been here since 9:30 this morning and I'm just going to make my way home now I stayed in the hotel overnight and couldn't get through on the app on the phone calls on the website nothing at all so I'm not prepared to spend another night in the hotel is nobody coming around with water in it I was standing in queues you never to leave your bags because you told not to but it means you can't go for a drink out of the chair.
BBC Radio Wales
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his contribution to the club but you should be much better I got a snake in feeling he will be there Liam Williams today flights to New Zealand with the British and Irish Lions for the termite 3 test tour Wales victorious only provided team GB with their only gold at the European rowing championships did Olympic double sculls silver medalist did ekaterina can't seem to Belarus by less than a second I get my phone to the middle and I got coming in to serve a hundred it would have stopped moving head but I can I didn't and then if I can have her just hold on at the Emirates free scratch your fucking Durham was that the final day of the championship cricket in Swansea 158 th of 300 I couldn't exactly Glamorgan BA147 thing I play South Africa at Lords 20 minutes 3 months series saying for Wells women hockey players who play Scotland beginning Glasgow today and Sebastian Vettel won the Monaco Grand Prix.
BBC Radio Ulster
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your testimony it may well affect their behaviour and and told her have it the way I do appreciate it thank you got for baker whose daughter 14 year old daughter Whitney was killed by driver who is using the mobile phone coming up more from Croydon I model mystery tour of some of Britain's most marginal constituencies be back on the road will be in Cambridge Sheffield Skegness and Hartlepool the Colin Murray throughout the week and I listen to hit as many voices as possible and as many places and the UK's biggest election conversation on 92 to 95fm and 1341 medium wave is BBC Radio 1 at 7 o'clock on Monday B29.
BBC Radio Ulster
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district in the courts of justice system and we want legal aid example if someone's stolen Aid help counselling books that we know that offer find have been introduced to Eve advertising widely on this program when it happened so 6 points now on a bigger fine £200 if you're caught using your phone off in your mind.
BBC Radio Ulster
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force of the 1st of March according to figures obtained by the press association of police forces of court almost 6000 Motorists using a devices while driving that is the equivalent of 1 driver every 7 minutes this may not come as a surprise to many of you I know that you get in touch with this frequently telling me that you see people using their mobile phone for like the wheels for Paul Baker is from Witney in Oxfordshire his 14 year old daughter liberty was killed in 2014 after being hit by a car and the driver has been texting at the time for thank you for talking to us what can you tell us about the circumstances in which celebrity died in the same word for behind and gadget guy cost to Lines.
ITV
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hearing much from British Airways. We are not and that has been the most frustrating thing for passengers, this lack of communication. People are treating me all the time asking how to get information when the phone lines are down and the call centre is not available and the representatives are unable to help because of the scale of the problem. Although things aim to be getting back to normal today, it is unlikely. Yesterday,.
BBC Radio Ulster
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I don't like the local safety factor of where I live but then is it like that everywhere else would you go the safe to live yeah I mean I think there are parts of the country by kids not going to school worried about that kind of thing so that sounds pretty tough at see if you're young kids grown up like this it was interesting as I have an idea because he spoken to you about how you might go to know some of you a little bit kind of undecided but some of you have slightly phone if you and we have obviously you're such a Spectrum here um from across the board to litter clean but you're all saying the same sorts of things are important and I guess that it's just about leadership it's about how the different parties you feel address is 26 a concern that you've got the mic it's back up and running speak to me um yeah I think number one issues housing massive housing crisis messing housing shortage England.
ITV
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I want everybody to think of it as a bright and bubbly girl she was. I got a phone call and it was heartbreaking. I had to break the devastating news to Charlotte. It was horrendous. It's the one piece of news. I never thought I would hear
Japan Times
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The Economic Times
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MUMBAI | NEW DELHI: The plight of Reliance Communications is more serious than what credit rating agencies believe. The Anil Ambani-owned mobile phone operator has defaulted on its loan servicing obligations with more than 10 local banks, some of whom have categorised the exposure as "special mention account" in their asset books. SMA assets are loans where the interest payment from a borrower is overdue: if a loan isn't serviced within 30 days after falling due, it's marked as SMA 1and if unpaid for 60 days or more, it's classified as SMA 2. The loan becomes non-performing asset (NPA) - which requires a bank to provide for the loan and take a knock on profitability - if interest is unpaid for 90 days. Loans to the telco have been redflagged as either SMA1 or SMA2 by at least 10 lenders in India, a bank official told ET. A few banks will have to treat the account as an NPA after a fortnight, said another banker.
South China Morning Post
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Hong Kong police say more young people have been falling prey to phone scams recently, possibly due to their being less exposed to news reports on the issue. A total of 279 phone scam cases were reported in the first four months of this year, two fewer than in the same period last year, with 217 of them involving financial losses, which amounted to HK$84.9 million HK$11.74 million less than for the same period last year. More cases this year involved con-artists posing as mainland...
Voice Of America
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Since being elected, Macron appears to have toned down the rhetoric, although he noted the two leaders still had "diverging positions" in their first phone call. Macron has said his priority in Syria was crushing the Islamic State group, which will resonate with Putin. One French diplomat said Macron was insisting on talking more after several years when everyone took France's hard line for granted, making compromise difficult. "Macron gave himself enough wiggle room, which opens up a new diplomatic and political window," said the diplomat.
BBC Two England
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BBC Two England
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BBC Two England
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