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A 57-year-old adrenaline junkie has completed a breathtaking 1500ft wing walk - despite having no legs

***EXCLUSIVE*** Thalidomide child Jackie Harper has never let her disability get in the way of adventure and her latest challenge has seen her strapped to a plane going 130mph. The 2ft 8ins mum-of-two joined her daughter, Leanne Adiar, as they rode on a two separate biplanes facing strong headwinds, to raise money for charity. The incredible achievement was carried out at around 11am (Sun) at the Damyns Hall Aerodrome near Romford. Due to her disability Jackie had to be helped into a specially-adapted seat and held in place with straps in order to successfully complete the ten minute-long wing-walk. Speaking minutes after returning to the ground, Jackie said: "That experience was absolutely fantastic, I loved every minute of it "I felt such a thrill and rush being up in the air like that, it's an unbelievable feeling. She added: "This was a big personal challenge for me. Obviously I have no legs so things aren't as easy for me as they are for others "But I really embraced it and am absolutely delighted with the way things went.

Sir Rod, 74, has put a total of 20 items up for sale, with a total reserved price tag of £37,000

***EXCLUSIVE*** The Anglo Scottish singer, believed to be worth around £180 million, had a clear out after selling his Epping home last year. Stansted-based Sworders Fine Art Auctioneers sold some of Sir Rod's furnishings at the time of the move. The auction house has now been tasked with a second wave of clearance from Sir Rod and his wife Penny's new home near Harlow in Essex. The stuffed and mounted fox, in a glass case, is estimated to fetch between £200 and £300 when it goes under the hammer next month. A stuffed gannet is estimated to go for between £250 and £350. But topping the price list of Sir Rod's cast-offs is a marble-topped gilt wood hall table with a tag of £4,000 to £6,000. Also due to go under the hammer is a garish striped armchair thought to be worth as much as £1,500. While it seems like he's trying to get shot of his small collection of birds, Sir Rod still maintains his tennis court sized model railway set - kept at his Los Angeles home. John Black, of Sworders, said: "Last year at about this time he sold some other items with us because he was selling his house in Essex.

Europe's Dota 2 Champion OG wins world's biggest esports prize USD15.6 million in Shanghai

***EXCLUSIVE*** Europe's OG has claimed the world's largest esports prize, worth over USD15.6 million, by winning The International Dota 2 tournament for the second time. OG defeated Netherlands-based Team Liquid 3-1 in the finals in Shanghai Sunday (25 August 2019), becoming the only team to win the annual tournament twice, the National Business Daily reported. China's PSG. LGD came in third in the competition that was organized in China for the first time.

A thrifty brother and sister saved a bundle on their weddings - by getting hitched to their partners on the same day and sharing the cost

***EXCLUSIVE*** Andrea Walker, 31, and younger brother Christopher Brennan, 28, had back-to-back ceremonies over the weekend. The inseparable siblings even shared the costs of staging a joint wedding reception for more than 100 guests - making savings of around £5,000 per couple. On Sunday (25/8) Andrea, a trainee teaching assistant, tied the knot with warehouse manager Matt Walker, 28. Just 30 minutes after saying their nuptials, Christopher said „I do” to long term girlfriend Adele, 28, who works as a cleaner. After pooling their resources, the couples were able to shell out for a dream wedding at the posh Castle Hotel, in Tamworth, Staffs. Andrea said: „Matt and I were looking at getting married at the same time as Christopher and Adele were also looking at places.” It turned out we were all going for similar locations and colour schemes but the cost was spiralling. „I was chatting away to Christopher one day, moaning about the costs going up and then we just said: why don’t we do it together? Then it sort of snowballed from there. It happened by chance because it was convenient. It was also better for my dad who is suffering from emphysema to be able to see us both get married on the same day.” Christopher, who has a four-year-old son and three-year-old daughter with Adele, added: „I didn't think we could afford to get married.”

A family are making a killing by sprucing up old trainers - and even have a number of famous clients

***EXCLUSIVE*** An entrepreneurial family is making a killing after setting up a new business - sprucing up old trainers. The Dixons work together under the name Kickin Klean Kickz and since setting up shop in 2018 they have gone from strength to strength. Husband and wife team Ben, 36, and Rachel, 35, say the business turns a profit by scrubbing and even painting old shoes to make them shine like new. And they can now even list a host of professional rugby and football stars as clients. The entrepreneurial team from Plymouth, Devon, were so successful that they needed more staff - so hired their 16-year-old daughter, Connie. Ben works in banking by day but restores up to ten pairs of trainers at night, often working into the early hours. His wife also has a second job, Rachel works at Derriford Hospital but puts in the hours with their eldest daughter to meet the high demand of the growing business. Ben said: "I had the idea for about six months beforehand but we thought it would probably be a silly idea," he said.

Han Dynasty tombs discovered in east China's Ji'nan

***EXCLUSIVE*** Two ancient tombs with delicate stone reliefs were discovered in Ji'nan, east China's Shandong province, according to local archaeological authorities. Located in Ji'nan's Jiyang district, the tombs are believed to date back to the Han Dynasty (206 BC-AD 220), according to the city's institute of archaeology. They were found when local residents dredged a pond at the end of 2018. The approximately 20-meter-long and 15-meter-wide tomb is said to be the largest double-passage tombs with stone reliefs from the Han Dynasty ever found in Ji'nan.