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    Bizarre footage showing two men embroiled in a fiery altercation in a busy shopping centre car park in front of shocked bystanders has gone viral. Tensions escalated when a furious Volkwagen driver confronted another man outside Craigieburn Central in Melbourne's north. The driver is filmed stopping his car to yell abuse from his window before getting out of the Volkswagen Golf to confront an older man standing nearby. The younger man is seen jumping up and down and appears to challenge his opponent to a fight.  A fiery altercation almost came to blows in a busy shopping centre car park His bemused opponent keeps his cool and stands unfazed with his hands in his pockets. Moments later, the angry driver storms back to his car and hurls a final round of abuse before driving off.   RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Country town's heartbreak as pageant winner, 22, is killed... Road rage argument takes violent turn when Toyota Yaris... Share this article Share It's not known what sparked the heated altercation. The video...
    A VILE rapist is behind bars after he attacked a 15-year-old schoolgirl when she became separated from her friends at a popular shopping centre. Rufat Kasamaj, 36, had targeted the intoxicated 15-year-old before leading her to a secluded alleyway at Westfield Stratford in London and sexually assaulting her in a flowerbed. 2Rufat Kasamaj has been given a ten-and-a-half year sentence after he raped a teenage girlCredit: BPM The teenager had been with her friends at the venue Bat and Ball, which nearly lost its licence as a result of the incident. She had been served alcohol despite being underage, with the Metropolitan Police’s PC Gary Watson informing Newham Council that there had been no challenge from bar staff despite that group looking “considerably less” than 18. At around 10.30pm on September 4, 2021, she was “heavily under the influence of alcohol” and was approached by Kasamaj, who was caught on CCTV observing her. Prosecutor Tim Forster told the Old Bailey: “She became separated from her friends after one of them got involved in some sort of fight and from her...
    SEVERAL people have been shot at a shopping mall in Denmark, police confirmed this evening. Footage from the scene shows scores of people running for safety outside Field's Shopping Mall in Copenhagen. 1Footage from the scene shows people running in terrorCredit: Reuters Danish cops wrote on Twitter this afternoon: "We are still present, shots have been fired and several people have been hit. "We work on site. People in the Fields must stay and await the police. All other persons must stay away from Fields." THIS IS A DEVELOPING STORY... The Sun is your go to destination for the best celebrity news, football news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Download our fantastic, new and improved free App for the best ever Sun Online experience. For iPhone click here, for Android click here.  Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSun and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheSun. Most read in US NewsSECRET SIGNS Delphi murder victim, 14, 'sending heartbreaking signs from beyond the grave'FAMILY HORROR Mom 'drowned herself and three young kids' after husband's...
    Ukraine has released chilling new footage showing people inside a shopping centre as it was struck by a Russian missile on Monday, after the Kremlin insisted the complex was 'non-functioning'. The newly released footage was captured by CCTV cameras in and around the Amstor mall in Kremenchuk, central Ukraine, and shows people running and diving for cover as the rocket slammed into the building. Two cameras inside the same shop captured the moment the missile struck, sending goods flying off the shelves and the shopkeeper running for cover. Two more cameras on the exterior of the complex showed debris landing on the ground outside the mall. Another exterior camera showed smoke rising from the building as it was hit, and two passers-by narrowly avoiding flying debris. Another camera, looking out over a parking bay, captured the rocket a split second before it flew into the building - causing a huge blast. The new footage - released by Ukraine's security service - debunks the claim from Igor Konashenkov, a spokesperson for Russia’s defence ministry, who said the mall was 'non-functioning'. At least 18...
    A 31-year-old man has been charged after a young woman was raped at a London shopping centre and several others were sexually assaulted. Police investigating the rape of a 21-year-old woman at The Glades Shopping Centre in Bromley, southeast London, arrested Kingsley Stewart. He was charged with rape as well as four counts of sexual assaults on women aged between 17 and 53. Stewart, of Croydon Road, Penge, appeared at Croydon Magistrates' Court on Friday. He was remanded in custody until his next court hearing at Croydon Crown Court on July 10. Most read in US NewsHORROR DISCOVERY Body of missing mom, 24, found in car trunk after tip about foul odorDANGEROUS BLAZE Shock vid of 'fire tornado' after flames sparked by COP CAR led to evacsTRAGIC END Trans porn star Angelina Please's cause of death revealed after drug fearsPRISON PLAN Shock twist as 'mastermind' behind jail guard & convict lover's escape revealed
    A COUPLE left shoppers horrified after being caught on camera appearing to romp in a “photo booth”.  The pair could be seen with their legs entwined while inside of the capsule in the Arndale Centre, in Manchester.  4A woman and a man were seen inside of the booth togetherCredit: @xx_rachelp_xx 4Security at the Arndale Centre in Manchestser were seen outside of the boothCredit: ZUMAPRESS.com A woman appeared to be moving inside of the booth, which is next to a vending machine and a child’s ride in the shopping centre.  Footage shows the woman’s leg moving up and down, appearing as though she was on top of an unknown man.  The video also shows horrified shoppers looking on, before seemingly reporting the incident to staff.  A second piece of footage appears to show a security guard approaching the booth in the centre.  The couple are then filmed moving away from the booth holding hands as the security guard follows them.  The footage, which has been viewed over 2million times, was posted on TikTok, along with the caption “not in Arndale photo...
    FOUR people have been killed by a knife wielding maniac in Israel before he was shot dead, police said. Police said the Arab attacker drove his car into a cyclist and stabbed five people in the southern city of Beersheba. 1Police at the site of the horrorCredit: AFP Amateur video footage posted online appeared to show armed bystanders shooting and killing the attacker at the scene. Israel police chief Kobi Shabtai that the incident was an abominable killing spree by a terrorist known to security services who had previously served prison time. He said the attacker appeared to have acted alone. Shabtai declined to comment further on the suspect, but Israeli media identified the attacker as a 34-year-old Arab man from the nearby Bedouin town of Hura. Reports said he was imprisoned for four years after admitting he intended to join the Islamic State group in Syria in 2015. Omer Barlev, the minister in charge of police, wrote on Twitter that the attack was committed by a cursed terrorist that it would have been better if he hadn’t been freed...
    DETECTIVES have cordoned off a shopping center end evacuated terrified shoppers after a bomb threat.  Police rushed to the Broadway Shopping Centre in Bexley, South East London, after reports of the threat this morning. 1Stock picture of the Broadway Shopping Centre which has been evacuatedCredit: GOOGLEMAPS Officers evacuated terrified shoppers from the centre, and currently remain on the scene which has been cordoned off.  Cops can be seen outside of a Starbucks store near to the Bexleyheath Clock Tower. A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police said: “Police were called at 10:37hrs on Tuesday, 15 March, to reports of a bomb threat at a shopping centre on Albion Road, Bexley. “The area has been evacuated as a precaution. Officers are currently in attendance and the incident is ongoing. “This incident is not being treated as terror related.” READ MORE NEWSMIRACLE ESCAPE Giant unexploded bomb removed from flat in city the Russians have destroyedMINI VILLAGE I had a shopping centre built in my baby’s playroom including a supermarket A spokesman for the Broadway Shopping Centre said: “Please be advised the...
    Firefighters on Wednesday rescued hundreds of people who fled to the rooftop of a Hong Kong skyscraper and became trapped there after a major fire broke out. Hours later, the fire service said the blaze was extinguished. In addition to those on the roof, dozens jammed into narrow parts of an open-air area on the fifth floor, peering over the edge as they awaited rescue. Firefighters had used an extendable ladder to reach them. In all, firefighters brought 770 people out of the building, said Ng Yau Sheung, Hong Kong Fire Services Department’s senior divisional officer. Another 40 people left on their own, he added. Firefighters stand outside the World Trade Centre in Hong Kong's popular Causeway Bay shopping district on Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2021. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung) RUSSIA, CHINA CHAMPION STRENGTHENING TIES DURING VIRTUAL SUMMIT At least 13 people were sent to hospital for treatment, according to authorities. Three of them suffered injuries while 10 others suffered from smoke inhalation. The fire started in the early afternoon at the World Trade Centre on Gloucester Road in the city’s...
    Thirteen people were injured in a fire that broke out on Wednesday at Hong Kong's World Trade Centre in the commercial and shopping district of Causeway Bay. The blaze, which started past noon Hong Kong time, left around 150 people trapped on the roof, local media reported. Another 1,200 people were evacuated after smoke filled the busy shopping and office complex, they said. The fire — categorized as a level three incident on a scale of one to five — was "largely put out" at 4.30pm local time, the government said on Wednesday afternoon. "Firemen used two jets and mobilised two breathing apparatus teams to fight the blaze," according to the statement.WTC More shopping mall at World Trade Centre in Causeway Bay.South China Morning Post | Getty ImagesThe cause of the fire is still unclear. However, the South China Morning Post reported that it broke out in a meter room and spread to scaffolding on portions of the building that are under renovation. Authorities said 13 people "felt unwell" and were sent to hospitals. They are currently being treated at...
    A PERSON has been brutally stabbed to death at a busy shopping centre in Carlisle in front of shocked onlookers. Cops are currently at the scene at Carlyle’s Court and have urged the public to avoid the area. 1A person has been reportedly stabbed at a Carlisle shopping centreCredit: Alamy Cumbria Police tweeted: "We are currently at the scene of an incident at Carlyle’s Court in Carlisle city centre. "The public is likely to see an increased police presence as inquiries are carried out. "Please avoid this area to help officers and staff who are attending." Locals were clearly concerned about the incident and some took it to Twitter. Someone said: "Absolutely horrible news coming out of carlisle the towns getting worse." Another one added: "What the f*** is going on in Carlisle, heads gone. Not a safe or nice place to be at all." While another user tweeted: "I hope everyone in Carlisle is safe, apparently there has been a fatal stabbing." According to ONS there were 44,286 offences involving a knife or a sharp instrument...
    A driver has earned ridicule online after footage was shared of their misguided attempts to leave a parking space by performing a '150-point turn' at a shopping centre in New Zealand.  The motorist, who was driving an aging Toyota Previa MPV, took more than three minutes to exit the space by turning around using forward and reverse gears, instead of simply backing out and driving off.  The footage was filmed by Mark Barnes was getting a milkshake with his son at Five Mile Shopping Centre in Queenstown, on July 27.  The woman was driving a Toyota Previa MPV at the Five Mile Shopping Centre in Queenstown, New Zealand, on July 27 Instead of reversing out of the parking bay, the woman decided to turn around and drive out Social media users praised her skill in managing the manoeuvre but questioned why she did it in the first place Exasperating footage shows the grey people carrier almost scraping against the trolley bay next to it as the woman tried but failed to reverse straight out.  Mr Barnes, 50, watched...
    A HEAVILY pregnant woman is distraught after a “vicious and horrible note” was left on her parked car. Anne-Marie Burke, who is due to give birth in less than two months, had finished work at a shopping centre in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, when she realised her new car had been damaged. 2Anne-Marie Burke's car was parked at the Erneside shopping centre in EnniskillenCredit: Getty 2She was left a 'vicious' note after her car was damagedCredit: Anne-Marie Burke She discovered her white BMW X5 with a scratch along its side - and a note left under the windscreen, reports BelfastLive. The note read:  "I hit the back of your car because it was so badly parked. "I’m only leaving this note because people are watching and they think I’m leaving my name and address." Anne-Marie was shocked at the cheek of the person who had written the note. She told MyFermanagh: "The damage isn’t too bad to be honest, but the note was quite vicious and horrible. "I didn’t think it was very nice. I’m not cheeky and wouldn’t take...
    A BOY is fighting for his life with head injuries after falling 20 feet from the outside of a shopping mall escalator. The four-year-old grabbed onto the handrail of the escalator at the Global City mall in Moscow while his parents weren't watching. 3The boy grabbed onto the escalatorCredit: East2west News 3Horrified shoppers watched as he came to the top and fellCredit: East2west News A video shows two women shoppers standing and watching in horror as the as the escalator carried the boy from the ground to the first floor. With no way to get to safety, the boy fell 20ft and crashed onto the counter of a cafe under the escalator, sustaining head and chest injuries. Another woman - believed to be the boy’s mother - rushed towards the place where the stricken child fell.  A source at the mall told Moskovsky Komsomolets: “Taking advantage of the lack of attention from his parents, the child ran up to the escalator leading from the ground to the first floor. “Grasping the outer side of the escalator's rubber rail with his...
    THE current Miss France has sparked outrage after staging an autograph signing event in a packed shopping centre in the middle of lockdown despite the country’s Covid-19 crisis.  Miss France 2021 Amandine Petit, 23, signed autographs and met fans in Farebersviller, a commune in the Moselle department in France, with pictures showing hordes of people attending the event and not social distancing. 8The pageant queen can be seen holding a mic whilst addressing her fans in the packed shopping centre amidst the pandemic Credit: @amandinepetitoff/Newsflash After the images emerged on social media on Saturday, netizens, celebrities and French media alike expressed outrage and incredulity of the star. France is currently on strict lockdown, with cinemas, restaurants, and most shops closed and people instructed to stay at home wherever possible. The country is also currently facing criticism for the slower rollout of the vaccine in comparison to their European neighbours.  French PM Jean Castex vowed that more vaccines would be approved by regulators by late March, and that vaccinations would be sped up with a new government target of 1 million...
    NOTHING makes our blood boil quite like when someone swoops into a car parking spot we'd been eyeing up - but unfortunately, that's just tough luck. As the parent and child parking bays are situated right next to the entrance of the shops, the competition for these spots is on a whole new level - as one mum-of-three recently found out. 2The mum was horrified to find the note calling her a 'fat piece of s***' attached to her tyresCredit: News.com.au Earlier this week, the Australian parent dropped her husband and three children at the entrance of her local shopping centre before circling back to find a spot. After parking in the pram-only area, the mum was seen leaving her car without her kids by a fuming fellow shopper - who assumed she was breaking the rules. When she returned to her car with her family, the distraught mum found the "nasty" note stuck to her tyres, the Daily Mail reports. "You should not park here," the scrap of paper. "You got no pram or baby with you, you fat...
    SHOCKING video shows the nightmare moment a pushchair somersaults down an escalator at a shopping centre. Two young children suffered head injuries after the pram went head over heels as it tumbled down the moving staircase. 6Two children with a younger tot in a stroller at the shopping centre in MoscowCredit: Megapolis Moscow 6The children attempt to move the pushchair onto the escalator Credit: Megapolis Moscow 6Moments before disaster strikes as the girl moves the pram onto the moving stairs Credit: Megapolis Moscow Police are now investigating to establish the whereabouts of the children's parents after the horror incident in Moscow, Russia. CCTV video shows two children, one in red and one in pink, with a stroller at the top of the escalator. The girl in pink is pushing another child in the stroller as they come across the circulating belt staircase. She appears to be struggling as she attempts to move the pushchair onto the moving steps. After about seven seconds, she rolls the buggy onto the flat section at the start of the escalator....
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — The tsunami of news about the current coronavirus outbreak and now the reopenings can be overwhelming. To help you navigate through what you need to know here’s a news roundup of the top coronavirus and reopening-related stories from the weekend. San Francisco Forced To Impose New Business COVID-19 Closures SAN FRANCISCO — Beginning Monday, indoor malls like Westfield San Francisco Shopping Centre and the Japan Center in Japantown, and non-essential offices will shut down once again. Mayor London Breed said the rise in COVID-19 cases is largely due to people hanging out with others outside of their immediate household. “We have flattened this curve once and we must do it again,” said Breed on Friday. “But what I am afraid of is the complacency. People are tired of the virus, but the virus is not tired of us.” San Francisco was one of the first cities in the US to shut down, and it has not been quick to reopen. But the new round of restrictions is happening because of an increase in COVID-19...
    PARIS (Reuters) - A police operation was under way at 'Les Quatre Temps' shopping centre in La Defense business area in western Paris on Tuesday, the city's police department said on Twitter. Officers were checking on a report that there was an armed person, a police source said. The shopping centre was being evacuated to allow for checks and trains were no longer stopping at La Defense subway station, the message said. "Checks under way, avoid the sector," the police department said. (Reporting by Dominique Vidalon; Editing by Sudip Kar-Gupta and Andrew Heavens) Copyright 2020 Thomson Reuters.
    A KILLER calmly ate a meal before buying a suitcase to hide the body of his ex-girlfriend he had just slaughtered, an inquest has heard, Harshwardhan Narde, 34, stabbed ex partner Preethi Reddy, 32, in his hotel bathroom in March last year - the day after the two attended a dentist conference in north Sydney, Australia. 4Preethi Reddy was stabbed by ex partner Harshwardhan NardeCredit: Facebook 4Narde, pictured, then ate a meal and bought a suitcase to hide the bodyCredit: Facebook CCTV footage caught Narde walking from the hotel ground floor lobby to a food court at a department store where calmly ate a meal, reports the New Zealand Herald. The killer then bought a suitcase and later some rubbish bags, cleaning supplies and towels. A concierge was arranged who helped lift the suitcase and bags into the boot of his car. Narde drove to Sydney suburb Kingsford, parked the car and walked to a discount shop and asked a staff member to call him a taxi. He then went to Sydney airport but hired a vehicle to drive back...
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