Good night. A teenager from a top private school was fatally stabbed moments after rejecting a child’s flowers.
Elsewhere, GB News suspended Dan Wootton, along with Laurence Fox, over Fox’s offensive comments about a female journalist.
15-Year-Old Private Schoolgirl Stabbed to Death ‘After Rejecting Boy’s Flowers’
A teenager from a prominent private school was fatally stabbed moments after rejected flowers from a child. The 15-year-old, who has not been identified, was attacked outside a shopping center on Wellesley Road, a major road through Croydon town centre, at around 8.30am on Wednesday. He Former John Whitgift School Palace confirmed the victim was a student and said staff are shocked by her “tragic and senseless death.”
Dan Wootton suspended by GB News after Laurence Fox comments
Dan Wootton has been suspended by GB News, along with Laurence Fox, for offensive comments about a female journalist. Appearing on Wootton’s show Tuesday night, Fox said, “Who would want to fuck like that?” about Ava Evans, political reporter. Wootton laughed the whole time and, according to screenshots posted by Foxhe allegedly sent her a series of laughing face emojis after the broadcast.
British Airways pilot fired for ‘snorting cocaine off topless woman’ before attempting to fly plane
A British Airways pilot Has been fired after he told a colleague that he had taken cocaine from a woman’s bare breasts before attempting to board a long-haul flight. Mike Beaton, from Devon, is said to have gloated to a stewardess about a drink- and drug-fueled night out in Johannesburg before his return to London. but the stewardess he later reported itand BA delayed the flight until an alternative pilot could be found.
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