Monday, 6 August 2018

Daily Mail on top form

From The Daily Mail:

A great grandmother was bitten three times and had her finger broken in a terrifying attack by a fox that crept into her home as she read a newspaper...

Mrs McMahon said the animal also bit her on the foot in the random attack that has left her with a sense of 'trepidation' in her £500,000 detached cottage in the Essex countryside.


They're serving up a double-helping today:

A group of locals in a leafy Surrey village are threatening to form a 'posse' to take on a group of 200 travellers who have stolen boules and lawn tennis sets and defecated in their manicured gardens...

The village boasts an average property price of £1.1million and is home to celebrities including Andy Murray, actor Antonio Banderas, footballer John Terry and singer Louise Redknapp.

4 comments:

Lola said...

She'd be a lot less happy if she'd been bitten by a tick...

James Higham said...

So important to have the price of those homes.

Mark Wadsworth said...

L, but would she have noticed?

JH, exactly. Really puts a fox bite or a plague of squatters into perspective.

pen seive said...

I'm disappointed The Mail didn't say how much the caravans were worth when they were nicked from their owners.