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Meet the two tiny toddlers who have been making their whole neighbourhood smile by walking daily in fancy dress to raise money for charity

***EXCLUSIVE*** Twins Isla-Rose and Lily-Mae have been walking a mile a day this week in fancy dress to raise money for Barnardo’s and the NHS. They've been taking part in charity Barnado's latest challenge 'The Big Toddle' - a short sponsored walk to raise money to help transform the lives of the UK's most vulnerable children. Isla-Rose and Lily-Mae have made their experience of the challenge slightly different by picking out a different fancy dress costume for every walk. Dressing up as various animals and even Wonder Woman, the twins have loved toddling through the streets of their neighbourhood in Charlton Kings, Cheltenham.

Electrician father-of-one, 31, wins £1million when he buys Euromillions lottery ticket for the first time

***EXCLUSIVE*** An electrician who bought a Euromillions lottery ticket for the first time ever after 'a voice in his head' told him to has landed a staggering £1 million win. Simon Waddup, 31, from Coventry, had been shopping in his local Aldi supermarket when he 'kept hearing a voice in his head' telling him to enter the National Lottery game on May 19. However the father-of-one was left stunned when the two £2.50 EuroMillions Lucky Dip tickets he had purchased for that evening's draw online landed him with the huge windfall.

A British photographer has become one of the first members of the media to be arrested and charged while working at the American police brutality protests

***EXCLUSIVE*** Adam Gray, 33, a New York based photojournalist for agency SWNS, had been taking photographs at the rallies in the city. He says he was thrown to the ground by police with several officers climbing on top of him in order to restrain him and force him into handcuffs. Despite showing his press pass that had been issued to him by the US State Department at the UN Plaza, Adam reports he was arrested and put into a police vehicle.

UN Plaza, Adam reports he was arrested and put into a police vehicle. Photographer who visited Kenya for 30yrs helps two villages which have been devastated by coronavirus crisis

***EXCLUSIVE*** A wildlife photographer who has visited a tiny village in Kenya for 30 years is now giving back to the people devastated by coronavirus. Brit Gren Sowerby, 70, visits the village each year to take pictures of its spectacular natural beauty and exotic animals such as giraffes, elephants and lions. He was distraught to learn the village he visits, Oleseke has been hit incredibly hard by the pandemic, so began a fundraising campaign to help them.

Priest 'surrenders' after man decapitated in sacrifice for gods to cure coronavirus

***EXCLUSIVE*** ODISHA, INDIA: HORRIFIC video footage shows what happened after a priest chopped off a man's head because he believed it would end the pandemic. Locals gathered at the scene, which took place on May 27, 2020, where an elderly priest had chopped off the head of a man to perform the ritual. The priest, Sansari Ojha (72) from Odisha, India, argued with the victim, Saroj Kumar Pradhan (52), before hacking him to death. Saroj died on the spot after he received the blow on his head from the elderly priest who surrendered before the police on Wednesday, soon after committing the crime. The two are said to have had a long-standing dispute over a mango orchard located in the village. It is assumed by police that the priest was mentally unstable when he said that he committed the murder after receiving „orders from the goddess” in his dreams and his belief that the murder would ward off the coronavirus.

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, one of the most famous cars in the world, is coming up for sale

***EXCLUSIVE*** The celebrated car, together with more than 100 props used in the 2015-2017 UK/Ireland touring musical stage production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, are set to go under the hammer at Hansons Auctioneers on Father’s Day in June. John Stalker, Music & Lyrics Executive producer of the stage show said: „There are very few Chitty models anywhere in the world, so this is a unique opportunity to buy a bit of theatre and film history.” Charles Hanson, owner of Hansons Auctioneers, said: „We’re thrilled to be selling Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. I grew up watching the film and was spellbound by the magic of the flying car. It was part of my childhood, as it was for millions of people across the world. The Chitty we’re selling is a wonderful piece of theatre history, unique to the show it was used in and incredibly rare.” Chitty’s price guide is set at £6,000 - £9,000 - which would be a steal for any successful bidder, as the car cost £175,000 to build - including the lifting apparatus required to make her fly. Other items in the auction include the Child Catcher’s Bike (estimate £400-£600) and various inventions from leading character Caractacus Potts. These include an automated breakfast machine, (estimate £500-£1,000), Edison, a remote-controlled family dog (estimate £500-£1,000), and an automatic haircutting bicycle (estimate £200-£300).