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The world's new FASTEST car: American brand SSC dethrones Bugatti as its Tuatara hypercar sets record top speed of 331mph in Las Vegas

***EXCLUSIVE*** An American company has smashed the record for the world's fastest production car - which can do a whopping 316mph thanks to its staggering 1,750bhp engine. The Tuatara is powered by a 5.9l twin-turbo V8 and was built by the US's first hypercar company, SSC North America. Founded by Jerod Shelby, the company set themselves the goal of making high performance cars to rival European manufacturers who typically dominate the market. And now they have - as the Tuatara set the record for the Fastest Production Vehicle with a speed of 316.11mph - beating the Swedish Koenigsegg Agera RS's record of 278mph. Jerod said: "It’s been ten years since we held this record with our first car, the Ultimate Aero, and the Tuatara is leagues ahead. "Its performance reflects the dedication and focus with which we pursued this achievement. “We came pretty close to meeting the theoretical numbers, which is astonishing to do in a real world setting on a public road. "America’s new claim to victory in the ‘land-based space race’ is going to be tough to beat.” The new record was set on Saturday, October 10, on a seven-mile stretch of State Route 160 outside Las Vegas, near Pahrump, Nevada, by professional racing driver Oliver Webb. Oliver pushed the car to an average speed of 316.11 mph (508.73 km/h) following two consecutive high-speed test runs of 301.07 mph (484.53 km/h) and 331.15 mph (532.93 km/h).

Woman is proving flat is beautiful in stunning topless photographs after surviving breast cancer and a double mastectomy

***EXCLUSIVE*** MICHIGAN, USA: Owner and founder of Spero-Hope, Jamie Lee (41) from Saint Joseph, Michigan, USA, had just stopped breastfeeding her youngest son in 2012 when she noticed a shooting pain in her chest and felt a lump in her breast. Jamie went to see her doctor who thought that the lump was a benign cyst but to be on the safe side an ultrasound and biopsy was ordered. On December 14, 2012, Jamie received the devastating news that she had breast cancer. Terrified and with two young children who she wanted to see grow up, Jamie decided that the best course of action was to have the most aggressive treatment available. Jamie underwent a bilateral mastectomy which was followed up with several rounds of gruelling chemotherapy which she completed on April 4, 2013. Jamie?s treatment plan was considered radical at the time but she was determined to do everything in her power to beat cancer and thrive. After chemotherapy, Jamie had an oophorectomy to remove her ovaries and fallopian tubes as her type of cancer was fuelled by hormones. Jamie had always planned to have a breast reconstruction after her treatment had finished but in the early stages of the reconstruction process, she contracted an infection which left her hospitalised for a week. After this ordeal she decided that she would learn to love her body without boobs. Jamie has never regretted her decision to go ?flat? but taking part in a photoshoot for her local hospital?s mammogram studio gave her confirmation that she could still feel feminine with a flat chest. Jamie views her scars as a symbol of her warrior strength and she shares her story on social media to raise awareness of the importance of people regularly checking their breasts.

A pub is offering Britain's best roast dinner - which is so good there is a THREE-YEAR waiting list

***EXCLUSIVE*** The award-winning Bank Tavern in Bristol is booked up for Sunday lunch until April 2023. The boozer's roast dinner was named as the best in Britain by a national newspaper last year, prompting a surge in interest. Diners can choose from a selection of meats or a vegetarian option served with roast potatoes, a Yorkshire pudding and a variety of vegetables - all for £9.95.

US company Evotion Wearables is selling bespoke male chastity devices for $300-$1,000 each

***EXCLUSIVE*** A company in the US is selling bespoke male chastity devices for $300-$1,000 each. Evotion Wearables make custom-built cages for a men’s private parts, which lock securely until they key holder chooses to release them. “Our clientele are mainly interested in wearing them full time, so we have a lot of design elements that make them comfortable to wear all day long,” said the firm’s co-CEO Andy, 45, who runs the business with his wife Yvonne, and chose not to reveal their last name.  “Most people give the key to their partner, that’s where the fun comes in, so their partner has control.

Meet the tribe where women begin stretching their lips with large plates at the age of FIFTEEN to enhance their beauty

***EXCLUSIVE*** DEBUB OMO ZONE, ETHIOPIA: Striking shots showed a scarred Mursi woman picking her teeth without her lip disc in and a bullhorn wearing matriarch with lip skin drooping below her chin. Another eye-catching image captured a lady with a six-inch, red-patterned lip plug balancing a headdress of Indian nightshade fruit on her head. The outstanding images were captured by photographer, Fabrizio Crippa (48) from Milan, Italy. The snapper used a Canon EOS 5D Mark IV with a 70-200mm for the shoot of the Mursi tribe of Debub Omo Zone, Ethiopia. Women undergo the practice as it is said to enhance beauty. Archaeologists estimate the plates have been dug up across Ethiopia from as early as 8700 BC. Girls have to have two to four front teeth removed to be pierced for a lip plate. The plates can be made of clay or wood and are worn for most of their adult lives. To eat and talk they have to remove it, but they also take their plates out for photographers like Fabrizio.

These incredible pictures show the ultimate cool dude surfers who took to the waves in the arctic circle - dodging ICEBERGS

***EXCLUSIVE*** Avid surfer and filmmaker Spencer Frost, 25, took his friends Guy Williament, 27, and Fraser Dovell, 23, on a trip to Iceland to find the perfect wave. The trio had to wear extra-thick wetsuits to survive in the two-degree water - which was littered with icy obstacles. They had to wait for gaps in the storm and got dressed in -20 temperatures - and could only stay in the water for an hour before going hypothermic.

Dad told by GPs his stiff neck was caused by ‘bad posture’ on Zoom calls has inoperable brain tumour

***EXCLUSIVE*** A man who blamed his neck pain on excessive laptop use was devastated to learn it was an aggressive brain TUMOUR. Married dad-of-one Gary Nelson, 42, from Chester, Cheshire, thought the discomfort was from long hours working from home during lockdown.  His GP told the Fitbit marketing manager in April 2020 his posture could be causing the discomfort. But after his vision deteriorated he was referred for tests which revealed an aggressive tumour on his brain stem. An operation would leave the two-time tumour survivor paralysed from the waist down.    Further radiotherapy would cause brain necrosis, leaving chemotherapy his only option.

Meet the mum who gained five stone after turning to food when a traumatic surprise pregnancy landed her in the ICU

***EXCLUSIVE*** CORK CITY, IRELAND: Carer, Leah Punch (28) from Cork City, Ireland, was already overweight at 16st 7lb when she found out she was 26 weeks pregnant in October 2013. She gave birth by caesarean in January 2014, but her scar quickly became infected and she was admitted to the intensive care unit and placed under an induced coma. After missing the first four weeks of her now six-year-old son Shaye’s life, Leah suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder, and quickly turned to food. By December 2014, she had ballooned to 21st 11lb and wore a size 26-28, eating huge portions of bread, sweets, pizzas and McDonalds. But when she found herself struggling to keep up with Shaye as he grew up, unable to run around after him or even tie her shoelaces, Leah went to her GP for help. She was placed on the waiting list for a gastric bypass, but by July 2019 she decided to take matters into her own hands and contacted a clinic in Lithuania. In October 2019, she had the „life-saving” surgery and flew home, adjusting quickly to the small portion sizes and dropping to 11st 5lb in one year. Now, she wears a size 10 and says her entire life is easier, from playing with her son to getting out of bed in the morning.

Photographer has captured the moment a diver rescued a five-foot long shark from a SIX-HUNDRED-AND-FIFTY-FOOT long net

***EXCLUSIVE*** PAO REEF, MOZAMBIQUE: A heart-stopping image revealed the desperate attempt to free a lifeless looking dusky shark with netting trapped over its eyes and body. Another unsettling image showed a rotting zebra seabream fish which unfortunately died in the same netting as the young adult shark, trapped inside the eight-inch hole of the monofilament gill net. Love The Oceans organisation founder, Francesca Trotman (27), from South Oxfordshire, UK shot the rescue in Pao Reef, Mozambique, at a depth of 52 feet. Francesca founded her marine conservation non-profit while still at the University of Southampton in 2014. She spends most of her time working in Jangamo Bay, Mozambique working towards a healthier ocean. Francesca used a Nikon D7100 with an Aquatica digital housing kit to record the 30-minute rescue. Dusky sharks are endangered according to The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species. Francesca works closely with local fishermen in a positive relationship to encourage sustainable fishing and non-single-use plastic methods, such as kayak fishing instead of net fishing.

Planet Of The Shapes

***EXCLUSIVE*** The winners of the AAP Magazine #13: Shapes competition have been announced. The first-place winning entry by JP Terlizzi from the USA showed two china cups of rhubarb spilt out onto a plate that seemingly blurred into the background tablecloth. Second place winner, Wendel Wirth’s, also from the USA, image showed a farm outbuilding blended into the cold wintry horizon. The angular contours of an industrial cooking plant won Klaus Lenzen of Germany third place. Images that earnt merits in the competition included one titled „City Waves” by Hans Wichmann of Germany who captured a skyscraper in Vienna, Austria, at an angle which gave the illusion of waves. Fabrizio Spucches from Italy shot an image showing a sunburnt man’s face with a bright white outline where his coronavirus face mask once was. For the 13th edition of the AAP Magazine, photographers submitted works of art that explored the concept of shapes and were inundated with entries that explored the theme through documentary, architecture, nudes, still life and abstractions.

Would you dare to stay in this castle haunted by Mary Queen of Scots for £354 a night?

***EXCLUSIVE*** EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND: Borthwick Castle, near Edinburgh in Scotland, is a 15th century keep that was turned into a hotel in 1973. It comprises of 12 luxurious bed chambers, 11 bathrooms and three majestic reception rooms. The castle has a rich history that spans over 600 years. The castle was built in 1430 by Sir William de Borthwick to an impressive scale of 74 feet in length and 68 in breadth and height. Borthwick Castle served as a place of refuge for Mary Queen of Scots in 1567 when she fled Holyrood in Edinburgh with Lord Bothwell after the murder of her husband Lord Darnley, with Bothwell the chief suspect. It is believed that one of the bedrooms was the bedchamber of the Queen herself. The ghost of Mary Queen of Scots allegedly wanders the halls at night whilst disembodied voices, clicking noises and light anomalies have all been reported by visitors on site. Oliver Cromwell attacked the building in 1650 and the resultant damage of Cromwell’s canons can be seen to this day in the stonework of the East wall. The hotel underwent extensive refurbishment in 2013 which involved replacing all of the previous centuries improvements from electrical to plumbing to roofing and drainage. The refurbishment means that the hotel is now a warm, homely retreat for all year use. The entire castle can be rented out for family celebrations and conferences for £8,500 a night. Prices can start as low as £354 a night if the cost is split between the maximum 24 guests.

Fish sauce making

***EXCLUSIVE*** Workers stir hundreds of large ceramic pots as they spend months making a traditional soy sauce. Arranged in rows, the containers can hold up to 50 litres of Ban Soy sauce. During the drawn out process the sauce is stirred every two days for two to six months. Ban Yen Nhan village in the Hung Yen Province of Vietnam is famous for its traditional and distinctive method of making the sauce.

Stars identified in the research have formed "shell structures" in the aftermath of a radial merger occurring 3-billion years ago

***EXCLUSIVE*** The Milky Way gobbled up another galaxy almost three billion years ago, according to new research. A much smaller star system plunged into the centre - and was ripped apart by the gravitational forces of the collision. The merger produced tell-tale formations in the constellation of Virgo that resemble shells. It confirms the theory that the Milky Way grew to its current massive size by consuming dwarf galaxies. The structures are planes of stars that are curved - like umbrellas. They were left behind as the dwarf galaxy bounced up and down as it was incorporated.