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Jobless man to be grandad at 29
BRITAIN: A jobless man seems to be delighted at the prospect of becoming Britain's youngest grandad.
The scrounger, 29, said he was chuffed his 14-year-old daughter was pregnant, reports Daily Mail. He crowed: "It's quite mad... I'm about to be a grandad. I was 14 when my daughter was born - and now she's having a baby."
The schoolgirl allegedly became pregnant by her 15-year-old boyfriend and is expected to give birth in August.
The pair, from South Wales, are pupils at the same comprehensive school and have been dating for several months, the paper said.
The teenager announced her news to pals on Facebook by updating her status to "looking for a pram with the mr".
Cruel carer ate Alzheimer's sufferer's meals
NORTHERN IRELAND: A hungry pensioner suffering from Alzheimer's went without meals as her carer polished her meals off.
The carer was sacked when the relatives, alarmed by Ivy McCluskey's loss of weight, installed a hidden camera to monitor Young as she attended the pensioner at her home in Lisburn, and discovered the truth, reports Daily Mail.
The family was stunned when they watched a recording of Young eat the food which was supposed to be set in front of their mother, said the paper.
McCluskey died three months after Young stopped caring for her.
Paedophile snatched girl, 10, off street
LONDON: In an appalling act of sexual depravity, a man snatched a 10-year-old girl off the street and abused her before taking his three-year-old son on holiday.
Kevin Holmes, 28, bundled his victim into the boot of his car, assaulted her and then abandoned her on wasteland, reports Daily Mail.
The attacker ordered the child not to turn around or he would kill her by drowning her in a pond, the court heard.
The accused even rang the mother of his child days later to warn that a paedophile was on the loose in the area, it was revealed.
Holmes was sentenced to serve a minimum of five years for public protection and will not be considered for parole until then.
Google moves Buckingham Palace
BRITAIN: Google Maps confuses tourists by moving famous landmarks. It sent a tourist goggle-eyed when they moved Buckingham Palace more than a mile, The Sun revealed.
The blunder put the royal home right next to the Houses of Parliament.
It was spotted by Swede Ole Ekeland, 32, who used the search engine on his mobile to get to the spot.
He was quoted by daily: "You don't expect Google to get their maps wrong. Buckingham Palace must be one of the most recognised and visited tourist sites in the world."
A Google spokesman told the paper: "The accuracy of maps is very important to us. We'll look into it and get it fixed."
Biker caught speeding at 193kmph
MELBOURNE: A motorcyclist has been clocked travelling at 193kmph in Port Melbourne, more than three times the speed limit, reports Herald Sun.
Highway patrol lost sight of the motorbike just after 8am. But a short time later the rider and his motorcycle were found at an industrial site not toofar away, said the paper.
The 32-year-old, who had a disqualified licence, has previously had his motorcycle impounded.
His motorcycle was impounded for 48 hours and he is expected to be charged on summons with a number of traffic offences, the paper was told by police officials.
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