ST ELIZABETH, Jamaica - A teenager was arrested and charged in St Elizabeth on Friday in connection with the lottery scam following the arrest and charge of two people on December 2 for breaches of the Law Reform (Fraudulent Transactions) (Special Provisions) Act 2013.
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Like a lot of men, Mel Gibson clearly thinks that the only thing more enjoyable to watch than sport is a scantily clad woman. So it was no surprise to see the actor's face light up when a nubile young female paraded in front of him at a basketball game. The Lethal Weapon star was spotted gazing approvingly at one of the cheerleaders from his courtside seat at the UCLA Bruins game last Friday. Mel had a first-class view of the cheerleader's toned legs and rear, which were showcased by a pair of tight lycra shorts and white knee-high boots. Later, the 56-year old actor was seen looking upwards at another cheerleader who was running past his seat at the Pauley Pavillion in Los Angeles. He seemed to be hypnotised by the leggy brunette, and was clearly enjoying the view as she brushed past him wearing her tight uniform. Mel was dressed smartly for the game in a black shirt and jeans, a contrast to the other men in the crowd who were wearing T-shirts.
— Daily Mail
Balotelli covers Bentley in camouflage wrap
Mario Balotelli believes he is public enemy number one with his constant battles on and off the pitch at Manchester City FC. So it is fitting that the Italian striker has had his £160,000 Bentley Continental GT vinyl-wrapped in army camouflage. The 22-year-old is not normally one to try and blend in and although his motor was cloaked, it actually attracted more attention. After Mario pulled up and parked his flashy vehicle at the Carrington complex, plenty of backroom staff and even some players approached it for a closer look. Balotelli, who crashed his car in the Deansgate area of Manchester earlier this year, acted like his car was just like any other normal expensive motor. Even surrounded by the many exotic sports cars owned by his teammates, Mario's Bentley still easily caught the eye. If Mario ever grows tired of his latest artistic attempt to express himself, he can at least quite easily have the vinyl removed. Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini will hope that Mario's new paint job will not be represented in his future performances as he has already been A.W.O.L in recent appearances.
— Daily Mail
Iman turns back the clock
She once served as muse to designers Halston, Gianni Versace, Calvin Klein, and Yves Saint-Laurent. And the Somali supermodel proved she still looks positively flawless while attending a screening of the film Hotel Noir at Crosby Street Hotel in Manhattan. The thrice-married mother of two often upstages women half her age at red carpet events, and last Friday was no different. The gorgeous cosmetics mogul easily defied her 57 years in a chic all-black ensemble — ruched top, fur coat, tiny purse, and tailored trousers. With her glowing complexion, smoky eyes and glossy lips, Iman looked runway ready as her long blonde locks cascaded around her shoulders. Not seen was the statuesque beauty's husband of 21 years, English rock star David Bowie. The longtime, stylish couple share a £4-million loft apartment in the trendy SoHo district with their 12-year-old daughter Alexandria. The 65-year-old Englishman has become increasingly reclusive, having not written a song in almost a decade and not publicly performed in six years. Iman has said: "I am not married to David Bowie - I am married to David Jones. They are two totally different people."
— Daily Mail
Gibson looked pleased with his front-row seat at the basketball game.
Balotelli (left) admired his own vehicle as one of his teammates stood next to him.
The Somali supermodel proved she still looks
positively flawless while attending a film screening
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