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Tulisa Kidnap

The home of Tulisa Contostavlos was the source of more drama when police apprehended two men following claims that she was about to be kidnapped. Officers raced to sprawling Hertfordshire mansion Edge House after they were spotted ‘acting suspiciously’ outside the gated property on Wednesday evening. It’s understood that an emergency call was placed from inside the mock-Georgian spread, leading to four police cars and a dog unit racing to the scene in the early hours of the morning. The men in question are understood to have been driving a ‘dark coloured car’ around 25-year-old Tulisa’s £6 million home, prompting fears that…

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Friday, September 13th, 2013 by admin Security No Comments

Football Ground Security

What security does not let you take into a football ground… After the large vuvuzela craze in the South African World Cup back in 2010, many complaints were made from players and managers which led to the banning of the instruments in football grounds and can be confiscated. Football ground security staff has banned many unusual items in the past and very noticeably the capital of English football, Wembley for example. No instruments are now allowed to be taken into the ground and this includes the typical football crowd noises like trumpets and drums. Security staff and stewards also now confiscate…

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Monday, December 10th, 2012 by admin Security No Comments








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