A tartan pyjama-wearing joker has run onto the field during the State of Origin decider in Brisbane. The pitch invader rushed across Suncorp Stadium early in the first half of the match between the New South Wales Blues and the Queensland Maroons. Wide World of Sports commentators Ray Warren, Paul Vautin and Phil Gould were less than impressed. A member of the crowd (pictured) rushed onto the field during State of Origin in Brisbane 'Oh there's some idiot streaking,' Warren said on the broadcast. 'No, he's got clothes on.' 'A streaker in clothes?' Vautin questioned. 'When you go to Suncorp, this is what you've got to contend with,' Gould said. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Footy star Greg Inglis reveals how he hasn't touched alcohol... NRL defends divisive new TV ad after fans slammed its... Share this article Share 'Everyone talks about the crowd, the atmosphere. You've got to contend with how well … [Read more...] about Should have gone to bed early! Field invader wearing tartan PYJAMAS races into the State of Origin decider – before he is one-upped by a tattooed fan in just his briefs
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Plans to proceed with Somalia's 2021 general election have fallen into further disarray, as the ongoing power vacuum and divisions between political leaders threaten to steer the country into a protracted political crisis. President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed's term officially expired on Monday, prompting an alliance of opposition parties to claim it no longer recognized the president, and propose the creation of a national council of lawmakers, opposition leaders and members of civil society to lead the Horn of Africa nation. Somalia's deadline to hold elections by February 8 was missed after the central government and federal states were unable to break an impasse on how to proceed with the vote. Further complicating matters is the country's unique electoral system which has long centered around a clan-based model. The indirect system sees representatives from various clans across the country choose members of parliament. The chosen lawmakers in both the lower and upper … [Read more...] about Somalia’s clan system: undermining democracy?
Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly were the ultimate fashion twins as they messed around in a fun golfing video. The presenters wore matching tartan trousers and sweaters as they headed out with their golf clubs for some classic Ant and Dec antics. The outfits went from neon yellow to pink and green to blue because it's always time for an outfit change. In the video shared on Instagram , Ant pulled his best model moves and took a golf club to practice his swing. At one point, Dec was seen cackling as he threw water on his pal’s face all while rocking a navy sweater over his bright blue outfit. Dec, 45, then ran off before Ant, also 45, could retaliate. They captioned the video: "#fashion #whatiwore #golfchic #golfglam #golf4life #golfindastylist #ontherunway". Their video comes after the comedy duo shared their worries about the Saturday Night Takeaway audience now that they have to appear via their webcams. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, live studio audiences are no … [Read more...] about Ant and Dec wear matching tartan golfing outfits as they mess around in prank video
At least 13 members of Somalia's security forces were killed on Sunday in a roadside bombing attack, shortly after emergency talks between Somalia's politicians failed to end a stalemate over how to select a new president. The bomb hit a convoy belonging to regional intelligence units of the Galmudug state, senior military official General Masud Mohamud said. The convoy had been traveling near the town of Dhusamareeb, which had hosted talks over Somalia's delayed election. Talks ended without a conclusion on Saturday, just days before the term of President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed was set to expire. "We are getting terrible reports that 13 security men are all killed in the blast which destroyed their vehicle in the Galmudug province," said Mohamud. Among those killed was a senior regional intelligence officer. The Islamist terror group Al-Shabaab claimed responsibility for the attack on its Andalus radio station. The group has ramped up attacks in the Galmudug state in … [Read more...] about Somalia: Roadside bombing kills at least 13 after presidential talks break down
Kylie Jenner is not expected to 'cut off' Jordyn Woods even though her BFF allegedly 'hooked up' with Tristan Thompson on Sunday during a house party in Los Angeles. Even though the reported incident 'devastated' Kylie's sister Khloe Kardashian - who shares 11-month-old daughter True with Tristan - the makeup mogul and Jordyn, both 21, are 'sisters and inseparable best friends'. 'The family doesn’t expect them to not be friends anymore. Time will dictate what happens here,' a source told US Weekly on Thursday. Drama: Kylie Jenner is not expected to 'cut off' Jordyn Woods even though her BFF allegedly 'hooked up' with Tristan Thompson on Sunday during a house party in Los Angeles; (pictured February) Jordyn moved out of Kylie's house on Wednesday, but the two are expected to remain friendly. 'Jordyn is like part of the family and has been living with Kylie. She was very much aware of how devastated Khloé was by Tristan’s [last] betrayal,' … [Read more...] about Kylie Jenner is NOT expected to cut off Jordyn Woods even after her BFF’s alleged cheating scandal with Tristan Thompson