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Patrice Evra explains his strange Instagram video

first_imgThe former Manchester United and Juventus defended posted a video “sucking a raw chicken” and spanking it in front of the cameraFrench footballer Patrice Evra has explained his bizarre Instagram video where he sucked a raw chicken and spanked it in front of the camera.“Yesterday I posted a video and it went wild, it went crazy,” Evra said today as quoted by Football Italia.“It was just for Thanksgiving. Some people find it funny, some people find it weird, some people find it disgusting. We’re all different thank God.”“I just cuddled, I just kissed the meat. Yeah, I went too far when I sucked the toes of the chicken… it was a bit nasty, nasty,” he added.edwin van der sarReport: Van der Sar staying at Ajax for now George Patchias – September 12, 2019 Edwin van der Sar will not be leaving Ajax to take up a job at Manchester United.In the last few days, one bookmaker suspended…last_img read more

Avengers Endgame hurtles past Avatar in US now No 2 movie of

first_img Share your voice Tags Top 5 things Avengers: Endgame sets up for the future TV and Movies This means Endgame is sailing past Avatar’s $761 million in domestic ticket sales and taking the No. 2 spot here, behind only Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which is still No. 1 domestically with $937 million in the box office sales.Worldwide, Endgame has now sold an estimated $2.6 billion in tickets, including $76.2 million this weekend. But Avatar still reigns at No. 1 with $2.79 billion in ticket sales globally.Disney, by the way, owns all three franchises, so we know who the real winner is. 26 Photos Watch out, Avatar. Here they come. Marvel Studios Fans are still waiting for Avengers: Endgame to inevitably snap Avatar’s record as the No. 1 movie of all time worldwide. But this weekend, Endgame has taken another step toward that milestone, racing past Avatar’s ticket sales domestically.According to box office estimates and Disney, Endgame will take in $29.4 million domestically — as in the US and Canada — at the end of its fourth weekend for a total of $770.8 million in domestic ticket sales.center_img 0 Post a comment 2:58 Now playing: Watch this: How to watch every Marvel Cinematic Universe film in the right orderlast_img read more

Two killed in shooting at Swiss cafe

first_imgPolice collect evidence at the site of a shooting on early Friday in the city of Basel, north-west Switzerland. AFP photoTwo men shot dead two people and seriously injured a third on Thursday at a cafe in Basel, north-west Switzerland, police said as they hunt for the suspects.“Two men came into Cafe 56” around 8:15 pm local time (1915 GMT) “and fired several rounds of shots,” police said in a statement, without providing information on a possible motive.“Two customers were killed. Another is in a critical condition.”The assailants were on the run following the shooting, according to police, who said they had headed in the direction of the railway station after the attack.“The reason behind the attack is not yet known and will be investigated,” the Basel prosecutor’s office said in a statement.Police have asked anyone with information regarding the incident to come forward.The road next to the cafe has been cordoned off and traffic redirected.A bullet hole was visible in one of the windows of the establishment, a small cafe in a residential neighbourhood.An AFP photographer at the scene saw police dressed in white forensic garb collecting evidence at the site.“Cafe 56 doesn’t have a bad reputation,” a neighbourhood resident told local newspaper Basler Zeitung.“It was previously an establishment known for its links to the drug world, but since the owner changed several years ago it became an ordinary cafe,” the paper quoted another resident as saying.Gun crime is infrequent in Switzerland, even though the country has one of the highest rates of firearm ownership in the world.Citizens are allowed to keep their army-issue weapons at home outside periods of mandatory military service.This right has been controversial as sometimes weapons are used at home in domestic incidents.The number of weapons held at home is believed to be two million for a population of eight million, according to Swiss press.In January, a man clad in military clothing shot and injured two police officers as they searched his home in northeast Switzerland for a suspected cannabis plantation.The gunman fled but was eventually cornered and after a standoff lasting several hours, which included negotiations over the telephone, he shot himself dead.Police searching his home found gun publications.last_img read more