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First it was Barbecue Becky. Then it was Permit Patty. Now, it's Coupon Carl. Morry Matson (center and right), also known as 'Coupon Carl', was captured on video calling the police on Camilla Hudson (left) at a CVS in Chicago. The CVS manager claimed that he didn't recognize the coupon that Hudson, 53, was trying to use, prompting him to call authorities. 'It's a female,' Matson is heard telling police as he appears to be 'visibly shaken'. Hudson said she was trying to use the CVS coupon, which was for a free item related to a health issue, at the store located on 6150 N. Broadway in Chicago. When police arrived, they had a brief conversation with Hudson before leaving the store. Matson is a proud Trump supporter who served as a delegate on the now-president's 2016 campaign. 

Royal family 'snub' Trump as Queen left to meet the US president alone

Prince Charles and Prince William reportedly 'snubbed' the US President during his visit to Britain - leaving the Queen to meet Donald Trump and wife Melania alone at Windsor Castle. The royal father and son apparently shared their desire to not take part in the arrangements during informal discussions regarding the president's four-day tour. The first two in line to the throne did, however, have other engagements during Trump's stay. Prince Charles was attending a board meeting for his company AG Carrick at Highgrove as well as an event with Gloucestershire police. While the Duke of Cambridge took part in a charity polo match on the Thursday.

As France celebrated taking home the World Cup trophy on Sunday, the players' wives and girlfriends also revelled in the victory from the stands.

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Stormy Daniels' lawyer, Michael Avenatti (left), has threatened to expose actor James Woods' (right) '#MeToo issues' after a series of Twitter jabs.

President Donald Trump is decrying the FBI agent who texted against him, saying Peter Strzok's testimony on Thursday was 'a disgrace to our country.'

President Donald Trump is blasting the 'fake news' for not reporting the success out of his North Korea summit as he heads to Helsinki to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Elon Musk attacks British diver over Thai cave rescue

Elon Musk (inset) has hit back at a British caver who helped rescue 12 Thai school boys and their soccer coach. Vernon Unsworth (left) a British expat living in Thailand, earlier slammed Elon Musk when he came to the country and created a 'child-sized' submarine. Mr Unsworth, who led the operation to save the boys stuck in the cave, accused the Telsa CEO creating a 'PR stunt' and said the billionaire 'can stick his submarine where it hurts'.

The 12 youngsters and their football coach were not told that former Thai Navy SEAL Saman Kunan had drowned ahead of their dramatic rescue from the Tham Luang cavern just days ago.

The teen was walking through a street in Orlando when she was attacked around 6.30pm on Friday night. A bystander saw her tied to the tree and called police.

REVEALED: Police body cam shows man shot dead by a Chicago police officer was armed with a GUN, as his death sparks violent clashes with cops and protesters in the city's South Shore 

Saturday's fatal police involved shooting that sparked violent protests (right) in Chicago was captured on police body camera which shows the man who was killed was asarmed with a handgun.  Harith Augustus, 37, was identified as the man who was shot by police by the Medical Examiner's office, according to the Chicago Tribune.  The father to a five-year-old, Augustus, also known as Snoop the Barber (left, inset after shooting) worked in a barbershop near where he was shot. 

Mark Davies, 45, and his wife Janet disappeared during a September 1997 flight. The remnants of Davies' plane were found in the Hiawatha National Forest on Wednesday.

'If I was given Moscow as retribution for all of the sins and evils committed by Russia it wouldn't be good enough': Trump touches down in Helsinki for 'low expectations' summit with Putin after venting that he won't be appreciated for his efforts

President Donald Trump landed in Helsinki for his high-stakes summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin after ranting that no set of concessions – no matter how large the consequences – would be good enough for media critics he branded the 'enemy of the people.' Trump fired off tweets from the plain where he indirectly addressed fears he would grant too many concessions to Putin, a leader he rarely criticizes. He said even if he won the 'great city' of Moscow as his prize, critics would blame him for failing to get St. Petersburg. Trump said he was preparing for the meeting the White House now insists is not a full-fledged summit from his Turnberry property in Scotland. He broke off twice to golf, however. The president flies into Finland with no clear goal for his meeting with Putin and 'low expectations' in its outcome. Unlike his Singapore summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, where the president at least pushed for a denuclearization deal as he claimed that the meeting itself was an accomplishment, Trump has been hesitant to set any expectations for Helsinki at all. 'I go in with low expectations,' the president told CBS News.

Thousands of Finns take to the streets ahead of Trump-Putin summit

Thousands of Finnish protesters have taken to the streets clasping a myriad of placards (pictured centre) ahead of President Trump's planned talks with Russian leader Vladimir Putin on Monday.The impressive throng of protesters in the Finnish capital is a far cry from the underwhelming rally which took place in Edinburgh yesterday. Police Scotland planned for 100,000 to march on Edinburgh and Glasgow with only 7,000 people turning up. But the campaigners marching in the 'Helsinki Calling' rally today aren't just protesting Donald Trump- they are also targeting Russian President Vladimir Putin as well (pictured left). The meeting on Monday could be tricky for Donald Trump after the indictment of 12 Russian intelligence officers with hacking in the run up to the 2016 presidential election.

Kate Middleton and William arrive at Wimbledon ahead of men's final

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have arrived at Wimbledon ahead of the men's singles finals. William and Kate will watch Serbia's Novak Djokovic take on South Africa 's Kevin Anderson on Centre Court. The Duchess of Cambridge, who yesterday watched the women's final alongside the Duchess of Sussex, looked radiant in a sunflower yellow dress for the occasion.

Thomas Markle has pleaded for his daughter to contact him, saying he fears he doesn't have long to live. The Duchess of Sussex's father says Meghan hasn't been ignoring his phone calls.

Prince Harry looked focused as he took part in the Xerjoff Royal Charity Polo Cup in Newbury, Berkshire yesterday - as Meghan joined the Duchess of Cambridge at Wimbledon.

Kate and Meghan's blossoming friendship revealed by body language expert

EXCLUSIVE: Kate, 36, and Meghan, 36, chatted and giggled as they watched Angelique Kerber defeat Serena Williams in the women's singles finals at Wimbledon. Speaking to FEMAIL, author and body language expert Judi James explained the duchesses' body language signaled a strengthening bond and 'genuine' happiness at being in each other's company. 'Royal newbie' Meghan was seen taking protocol cues from Kate (top right), but also helped the Duchess of Cambridge relax with her 'naughty' smile and sense of humour (bottom left and right).

Along with the ironed hair and asymmetric hem, the impossibly high heel, with its pinchy partner in crime, the pointy toe, has become the Duchess of Sussex's trademark, writes Liz Jones.

Kate, 36, donned a vibrant yellow dress for the Wimbldeon men's final on Sunday that looked strikingly similar to one worn by the Duchess of Sussex, also 36, just a week ago.

Sanders leaves restaurant booting behind, tweets Europe glamor shots

Trump administration staffers who were becoming accustomed to getting accosted in public at home have found time to stroll cobblestoned streets and tour castles and palaces on the president's trip to Europe. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is now accompanying President Trump on his trip to Europe. She has been tweeting out pictures of her travels. In one tweet, she sent out a picture of White House staff on the streets of Brussels. Another showed staff preparing for a black tie party in a palace.

Bored Panda gallery shows the weirdest things ever seen at airports

Tickled holidaymakers have been sharing the strangest things they've ever seen in airports across the world and the images have been compiled in a Bored Panda gallery. Pictured clockwise from top left: A baby gets put through security; a man avoids a strip search by wearing nothing but pink pants; a questionable sign at the bureau de change; some very personalised luggage; an inappropriate time to practise yoga moves; and a lazy passenger on the travelator.

'Leave our country... old fat Mexican b****s': Blonde twin sisters, 26, are caught on camera hurling racial slurs at a Hispanic family and dragging a mother by her hair

Natasha and Shala Fross, 26, are facing assault, bias-motivated crime charges for the incident. Juan Carlos Ruiz said they grabbed his mother 'by the hair' and began hitting his sister outside their home. One was caught on camera screaming at the family 'get out of here' and 'Look at yourself compared to me, who are you to us?'

Dr Philip Leonard, a neurologist based in Austin, Texas, has lost his license after a male patient accused him of touching his genitals, despite allegations brought by 17 women beforehand.

Jose Nahun Lopez-Cruz, 24, told police: 'It's okay, she is going to be 16 soon,' when explaining to police who stopped him for parking illegally near downtown Dallas why he was with the minor.

Who's Who in Wimbledon's Royal Box?

The men's final at Wimbledon showcased a star-studded Royal Box as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge rubbed shoulders next to big-named actors. Kate, 36, and William, 36, looked in excellent spirits as they took their seats alongside Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband Philip. Actors Eddie Redmayne, Hugh Grant, Benedict Cumberbatch and Tom Hiddleston were also on hand to watch Novak Djokovic take on Kevin Anderson. Those in the Royal Box, including Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and his wife Saadiya appeared in high sprites ahead of the match on Centre Court.

The Serbian tennis star won Wimbledon for the fourth time after besting Kevin Anderson 6-2 6-2 7-6 (3) and his beaming smile after lifting the trophy was in stark contrast to his foul mouthed outburst.

MIKE DICKSON AT WIMBLEDON: In what was a straight sets men's final for the third year running, the Serb defeated an often tired looking opponent 6-2 6-2 7-6(3) in two hours and 19 minutes.

Washington cops buy boy a new pair of shoes

An officer and sergeant from the Tukwila Police Department saw the boy at Cascade View Park in Everett, Washington. They patched up his foot and asked why he wasn't wearing any shoes. The boy said he didn't have any shoes because his last pair didn't fit him anymore. So they bought him a brand new pair of shoes and also treated him to a popsicle.

Sandoval County Fire Chief James Maxon has confirmed the latest death toll in the crash on I-25 outside of Bernalillo, New Mexico, at around 2.25am on Sunday morning.

Kristie Baeumert found the slides tucked away in the case of the old projector that she bought in Tyrone, Georgia. The pictures show a family that traveled often, wore pretty clothes, and knew how to pose.

Barack Obama arrives in Kenya to launch sports and training center founded by his

Former US president Barack Obama arrived in Kenya on Sunday, the country of his father's birth, his first visit to this East African country since leaving office. Obama is in Kenya to help launch the sports and training center founded by his half-sister, Auma Obama ( left), through her foundation Sauti Kuu. In Nairobi, Barack met President Uhuru Kenyatta (right and left) at the official residence, according to Kenyatta's twitter account.

McGregor posted the inflammatory photo to his 24 million Instagram followers on Sunday showing him posing with the Russian top dog ahead of kick off at the Luzhniki Stadium.

More than 500 people have fallen ill after visiting the CLIMB Works Zipline Canopy Tour in Gatlinburg The contamination came from water coolers next to the course, which tested positive for E Coli.


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Feminist punk rockers Pussy Riot say they were behind soccer World Cup final pitch invasion where four people sprinted onto the field as Croatia and France played

Russian punk rockers Pussy Riot have claimed responsibility for a pitch invasion at today's World Cup final in Moscow. Four members of the anarchist group ran onto the pitch, stopping play during the 52nd minute of the Croatia v France game. Two reached the middle of the pitch. The group have been vocal critics of President Vladimir Putin - who watched in shirtsleeves as police swiftly rounded up the intruders and dragged them into detention.

In Paris, where 90,000 people gathered next to the Eiffel tower to watch the match on vast TV screens, there were choruses of the Marseillaise and hundreds of thousands French flags.

'If you're watching this I'm either dead or in a very bad situation': Video released of Dubai's 'rebel princess' reveals claims of torture after she tried to escape her father's regime

It sounds like something out of a bond film. Four months ago the princess of Dubai, Sheikha Latifa, was kidnapped while trying to escape her home country on a luxury yacht owned by a former French spy. Afterwards, human rights activist released a video she recorded before the kidnap, slamming her father, the ruler of Dubai and saying that if the video was publicised, her life was in grave danger.

Twitter user @echo262 from Charlotte, North Carolina, spotted the card, which featured four smiling hedgehogs playing instruments, in the 'loss of wife' with the sympathy cards.

Lavonda Finklea, 35, was found dead from a gunshot wound inside her car on Friday night in a Burger King parking lot in Atlanta after she got into an argument with several men, according to police.

'Permit Betty' loses her job after video of her asking a vendor if she has the right to sell on the street goes viral - but people in the area DEFEND her actions 

'Permit Betty' has officially joined the ranks of Barbecue Becky, Pool Patrol Paula and Permit Patty. In a new viral video, the San Francisco woman, dubbed 'Permit Betty', was apparently questioning a street vendor about whether or not they had a seller's permit. 'We gotta another Permit Betty here, everybody. Let's get her viral also,' Derrick Miguel Perryman, who recorded the video, is heard saying. Eventually, the vendor packed up her items and left the area after the ordeal. Perryman's video has been shared more than 26,000 times on Facebook. The video also garnered several negative comments attacking the woman for reporting the vendor to authorities. The 'Permit Betty' incident comes just two months after 'Barbecue Becky' (bottom right) made headlines for calling police to report two black men for grilling in an Oakland park. A month after that, Alison Ettel, who was branded 'Permit Patty' (top right) made headlines for calling the cops on an eight-year-old girl who was selling bottles without a permit.

Charles Curry, 29, from Austin, Texas. was linked by police as the man who murdered Christian Meroney, 32, on Monday and went on a drive-by shooting rampage on Wednesday.

Hot wheels! California couple steal $1million FIRE TRUCK as officers battle blaze and lead cops on a two-hour chase covering 100 miles before finally being stopped by a spike strip 

An unnamed man and woman identified as Candace Seollard are facing felony charges for stealing the rig in Rio Linda, California, and driving it nearly 100 miles north to Concow. Dramatic video shows the fire truck being pursued by several law enforcement agencies as it tears down a California highway, cuts through neighborhoods and swerves into oncoming traffic.

Israel launched more than 40 air strikes over Gaza at the weekend, killing two Palestinian teenagers, following weeks of rockets and incendiary kites launched by militants onto southern Israel.

Can you spot the football hidden among the pandas?

Hungarian cartoonist Gergely Dudas, the artist behind some of the internet's favourite visual brain teasers, has returned with this busy black and white creation in honour of the World Cup final tonight. Somewhere hidden among this pack of pandas there is a single football but only the most eagle-eyed players will be able to pick it out. Hundreds of fans have already commented to say how difficult they found the puzzle, so will you fare any better?

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Bodybuilders show off their impressive physiques at WBFF competition

Rock hard abs, glitzy bikinis, star spangled speedos and six-inch stilettos were all on display as The World Beauty Fitness and Fashion competition touched down in Sydney. Competitors have to adhere to strict rules, shoes can only be a certain height, tans a certain shade and earrings a certain length.

Uber now conducts real-time background checks for its drivers as a means of improving safety for its riders. The move comes as Uber has encountered repeated issues with violent or abusive drivers.

Jaguar escapes from New Orleans zoo and kills six other animals

A jaguar escaped from its habitat at the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans on Saturday morning and killed six animals. The male jaguar, Valerio, escaped around 7.20am and was captured and returned to its night house after being sedated by a vet team nearly an hour later, after it had mauled four alpacas, one emu and one fox. The killings appeared to stem from territorial disputes, according to CBS News . No people were hurt.


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Teacher shares pupils' hilarious questions after first sex ed lesson

A teacher shared the hilarious questions she was asked by pupils during their first sexual education lesson. The pupils, who are believed to attend a US school, were clearly baffled by the concept, and asked her a string of childlike questions about doing the deed. One pupil asked how couples stay awake during sex (top right), while another child questioned how a baby could possibly be delivered in the way they were taught (top left). Another was doubtful of their mother's involvement (bottom left) while one hoped their was another way (bottom right).

NASA chief Jim Bridenstine reiterated his support for President Donald Trump's proposed new space force, calling it a critical effort to protect the Earth, according to Bloomberg.

Unseen photographs showing Winston Churchill visiting troops near Gold Beach, Normandy, one of the five D-Day landing sites, in July 1944, are expected to fetch £6,000 at auction.

Bobbi Lockyer's images of Indigenous newborns and pregnant women

In the world of baby photography, it is not unusual to see images of cherub-like infants encased in flower pots, wicker baskets and snoozing gently on leaves. What is unusual, however, is a baby photograph imbued with cultural meaning. Indigenous Australian photographer and mother-of-four, Bobbi Lockyer, 31, specialises in culturally significant baby photography. Her breathtaking works pay homage to her own Indigenous culture - as she captures babies and children surrounded by traditional Indigenous props and tools, and pregnant women in the outback alongside traditional Indigenous dot painting. Recently, Ms Lockyer created a new stunning photographic series, centred around the theme of 'Because of her, we can'. The images show women cradling newborns, feeding them and nursing them, and celebrate the power of the woman, and specifically, the mother (left, right and inset, Ms Lockyer's works).




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