Rogue leader Kim has allowed 22 athletes to travel to arch-rival South Korea for the Pyeongchang Games, which began last week. But the communist state's sportsmen and women are unlikely to mingle with foreign athletes at all, a lecturer in Korean studies told us, and would not be "permitted" to bonk at the Olympic village. Reports have long emerged from past Games that randy athletes hook-up with fellow medal-seekers in between events, made easier by the popularity of dating apps.
Jonny Evans, Gareth Barry, Jake Livermore and Boaz Myhill have all issued an apology for the "incident" during a break to Barcelona this week. It is alleged they caught a taxi to a McDonald's drive-through, before taking the vehicle at 5.30am on Thursday morning and leaving the driver stranded. Now it has emerged boss Pardew, 56, was apparently robbed on Tuesday night after leaving his jacket in a bar. Thieves took his wallet and mobile phone, reports The Telegraph.
BREAKING: Two killed after car hit by TRAIN at level crossing TWO people have died after a car was hit by a train at a level crossing. EDDIEMITCHELL
TRAGEDY: Two people have died after a car was hit by a train at a level crossing
Services rushed to Barns Green level crossing, in Horsham, this morning after the train had crashed into the vehicle.Two people have been confirmed as dead. MORE TO FOLLOW
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Selecting a term
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