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Blonde Bali bogan comes under fire for wearing an OUTRAGEOUS bikini inside a supermarket

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A tourist has copped heavy criticism for wearing a barely-there bikini while shopping at a supermarket in Bali.

A horrified Australian traveller snapped the picture in the aisle of a convenience store aisle on the Indonesian party island.

‘I’m amazed that Pepito Umalas, a family residential area allowed this shopper into the store? And that this person thinks its acceptable!’ the woman wrote. 

A horrified Australian traveller took the picture in a convenience store aisle in Bali (above)

A horrified Australian traveller took the picture in a convenience store aisle in Bali (above)

A horrified Australian traveller took the picture in a convenience store aisle in Bali (above) 

‘Shame on both of you! Ps the front parts were even smaller than the back.’

The photograph comes as Indonesia considers cracking down on bad behaviour in Bali. 

In August, Bali’s Governor Wayan Koster said he was so sick of tourists causing havoc on the island, he threatened to have misbehaving guests deported. 

‘In the future, if there are tourists behaving like that we should just send them home. We will give them this warning,’ he said.

Hundreds of social media users slammed the tourist for ‘disrespecting’ Balinese culture. 

 ‘I don’t care what your body looks like there is a place for swim ware that’s at the beach or by the pool only,’ one woman commented. 

Hundreds of social media users sounded off, slamming the tourist for 'disrespecting' Balinese culture

Hundreds of social media users sounded off, slamming the tourist for 'disrespecting' Balinese culture

Hundreds of social media users sounded off, slamming the tourist for ‘disrespecting’ Balinese culture

‘So inconsiderate of local culture,’ said another.

‘No respect… you wouldn’t get away with it in your own country,’ read another comment. 

But a number of people slammed the ‘creepy’ woman for ‘shaming’ the bikini-clad tourist.  

‘Shame on you for shaming others. Not your business (literally). If business owner would not allow her in the shop that is her or his decision… Get a life, really…,’ one man wrote.

‘She may not even realise this is disrespectful. Maybe next time you see something like this let them know instead of posting their photo online without their permission?’ read another comment.

But a number of people slammed the 'creepy' woman for 'shaming' the bikini-clad tourist

But a number of people slammed the 'creepy' woman for 'shaming' the bikini-clad tourist

But a number of people slammed the ‘creepy’ woman for ‘shaming’ the bikini-clad tourist

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Shooting at Las Vegas Strip mall leaves multiple people injured

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Las Vegas police are investigating a shooting at a local mall, which has reportedly left several people injured. 

The shooting occurred at Fashion Show Mall on the Las Vegas Strip at Las Vegas Boulevard and Spring Mountain on Tuesday evening. 

It happened after a group of young people got into an argument and one person pulled out a gun before firing it into a crowd, local police told 8 News Now.

A witness who spoke to the outlet said she saw two people with gunshot wounds, including an elderly man.   

The mall has been put on lockdown. 

It’s unclear how many people have been injured. 

The shooting happened at Fashion Show Mall in Las Vegas on Tuesday after group of young people reportedly got into an argument and one person pulled out a gun before firing it into a crowd

The shooting happened at Fashion Show Mall in Las Vegas on Tuesday after group of young people reportedly got into an argument and one person pulled out a gun before firing it into a crowd

The shooting happened at Fashion Show Mall in Las Vegas on Tuesday after group of young people reportedly got into an argument and one person pulled out a gun before firing it into a crowd

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Zoe Ball and Fatboy Slim say they would ‘disown’ son Woody if he went on Love Island

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Fatboy Slim and ex-wife Zoe Ball have said they would disown their son Woody if he ever went on Love Island.

But the superstar DJ, 56, and the BBC Radio 2 presenter, 46, have also admitted that he has the TV bug is ‘in his genes’.

Their urge for him not to do reality TV comes after Woody horrified his celebrity parents by going on Channel 4’s The Circle last year.

Warning: Fatboy Slim and ex-wife Zoe Ball have said they would disown their son Woody if he ever went on Love Island

Warning: Fatboy Slim and ex-wife Zoe Ball have said they would disown their son Woody if he ever went on Love Island

Warning: Fatboy Slim and ex-wife Zoe Ball have said they would disown their son Woody if he ever went on Love Island

DJ Norman Cook – whose alter-ego is Fatboy Slim – said he and Woody’s mum Zoe has spent the first part of his life trying to keep him out of the media spotlight and were reluctant to let him just into it. 

‘Me and his mother both thought it could be a potentially terrible idea,’ he told the Mirror.

‘We didn’t really want him to do it. The thing is, we spent all our lives trying to keep him out of the limelight and trying to protect him.

Star child: But the superstar DJ, 56, and the BBC Radio 2 presenter, 46, have also admitted that he has the TV bug is 'in his genes'

Star child: But the superstar DJ, 56, and the BBC Radio 2 presenter, 46, have also admitted that he has the TV bug is 'in his genes'

Star child: But the superstar DJ, 56, and the BBC Radio 2 presenter, 46, have also admitted that he has the TV bug is ‘in his genes’

‘Then the first chance he dives straight into that whole maelstrom that we tried to protect him from, but I suppose it’s in his genes.’

Woody, 19, was a contestant on The Circle last year, eventually finishing in fifth in the hunt for the £70,000 top prize.

In an interview at the time, he said his parents knew he was taking part in the show, and had been supportive.

On the show: Woody, 19, was a contestant on The Circle last year, eventually finishing in fifth in the hunt for the £70,000 top prize

On the show: Woody, 19, was a contestant on The Circle last year, eventually finishing in fifth in the hunt for the £70,000 top prize

On the show: Woody, 19, was a contestant on The Circle last year, eventually finishing in fifth in the hunt for the £70,000 top prize

‘They have given me a lot to think about from past experiences, and advice. They said that what you say on TV is out there forever and you can’t unsay it and that once you share too much you never unshare it.’

Norman, who split with BBC Radio 2 host Zoe in September 2016 after 17 years of marriage, said it was ‘surreal’ watching him on the show.

But he added that he and Zoe would ‘disown him’ if he entered the Love Island villa.

Norman and Zoe have grown more used to their son’s independence, with Woody currently on holiday in New Zealand.

Growing up: Norman and Zoe have grown more used to their son's independence, with Woody currently on holiday in New Zealand

Growing up: Norman and Zoe have grown more used to their son's independence, with Woody currently on holiday in New Zealand

Growing up: Norman and Zoe have grown more used to their son’s independence, with Woody currently on holiday in New Zealand

Travelling: Mum Zoe took to Instagram on Monday night to share a photo of her son and daughter Nelly, 10, all looking sad hugging each other

Travelling: Mum Zoe took to Instagram on Monday night to share a photo of her son and daughter Nelly, 10, all looking sad hugging each other

Travelling: Mum Zoe took to Instagram on Monday night to share a photo of her son and daughter Nelly, 10, all looking sad hugging each other

However he hoped to catch up with his dad when he does a series of Australia DJ gigs this week.

Mum Zoe took to Instagram on Monday night to share a photo of her son and daughter Nelly, 10, all looking sad hugging each other.

Zoe admitted that there had been tears from the Ball-Cook family, minus Woody, and the protective mother urged her son to stay safe.

The Strictly It Takes Two presenter penned: ‘and he’s off ✈️ …. there have been tears (from the rest of us not from woo ha).’

'Emotional': The Strictly It Takes Two presenter penned: 'and he¿s off ¿¿ .... there have been tears (from the rest of us not from woo ha)'

'Emotional': The Strictly It Takes Two presenter penned: 'and he¿s off ¿¿ .... there have been tears (from the rest of us not from woo ha)'

‘Emotional’: The Strictly It Takes Two presenter penned: ‘and he’s off ✈️ …. there have been tears (from the rest of us not from woo ha)’

Source: BBC – Daily Mail

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Sketch show Little Britain to return after 12 years

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Little Britain is coming back to the small screen after 12 years – but there are fears it may fall foul of ‘woke’ viewers.

The BBC comedy, starring David Walliams and Matt Lucas, is set for a full TV return for the first time since Christmas 2005.

It comes after the iconic duo resurrected the show in a special ‘Little Brexit’ episode for Radio 4 in October.

Little Britain is coming back to the small screen after 12 years - but there are fears it may fall foul of 'woke' viewers. Pictured: Matt Lucas as Vicky Pollard

Little Britain is coming back to the small screen after 12 years - but there are fears it may fall foul of 'woke' viewers. Pictured: Matt Lucas as Vicky Pollard

Little Britain is coming back to the small screen after 12 years – but there are fears it may fall foul of ‘woke’ viewers. Pictured: Matt Lucas as Vicky Pollard

The BBC comedy, starring David Walliams and Matt Lucas (pictured as Lou and Andy), is set for a full TV return for the first time since Christmas 2005

The BBC comedy, starring David Walliams and Matt Lucas (pictured as Lou and Andy), is set for a full TV return for the first time since Christmas 2005

The BBC comedy, starring David Walliams and Matt Lucas (pictured as Lou and Andy), is set for a full TV return for the first time since Christmas 2005

Walliams, 48, told the Sun: ‘I would say there will definitely be some more Little Britain coming.

‘I can’t say when exactly but at the right time and place. It was fun coming back for radio because that’s where we started.

‘We had to put it together quite quickly as it was about Brexit. Plus no one expected us to come back on the radio.

‘You would have expected Comic Relief or a big live tour. The reaction was great, which was encouraging.’

Fans of the programme's unabashed humour may be disappointed, as Walliams and Lucas (pictured as Bubbles and Desiree) both said they would have to make a different show to match the times

Fans of the programme's unabashed humour may be disappointed, as Walliams and Lucas (pictured as Bubbles and Desiree) both said they would have to make a different show to match the times

Fans of the programme’s unabashed humour may be disappointed, as Walliams and Lucas (pictured as Bubbles and Desiree) both said they would have to make a different show to match the times

The sketch mocked different areas of British society and took its inspiration from the phrase Little Englander. Pictured: As Emily and Florence

The sketch mocked different areas of British society and took its inspiration from the phrase Little Englander. Pictured: As Emily and Florence

The sketch mocked different areas of British society and took its inspiration from the phrase Little Englander. Pictured: As Emily and Florence

Little Britain was first introduced to the public on Radio 4 in 2000, before it was adapted for the screen two years later.

It ran for three series and several specials and was watched by more than nine million viewers at its peak.

But fans of the programme’s unabashed humour may be disappointed, as Walliams and Lucas both said they would have to make a different show to match the times.

The sketch mocked different areas of British society and took its inspiration from the phrase Little Englander.

Characters including wheelchair-user Andy, Dudley and Ting Tong, Bubbles and Desiree, Emily and Florence and Daffyd (pictured) may fall foul of today's PC police

Characters including wheelchair-user Andy, Dudley and Ting Tong, Bubbles and Desiree, Emily and Florence and Daffyd (pictured) may fall foul of today's PC police

Carol Beer, who may be an acceptable character for 'woke' viewers

Carol Beer, who may be an acceptable character for 'woke' viewers

Characters including wheelchair-user Andy, Dudley and Ting Tong, Bubbles and Desiree, Emily and Florence and Daffyd (left) may fall foul of today’s PC police. Right Carol Beer, who may be an acceptable character for ‘woke’ viewers

Characters including wheelchair-user Andy, Dudley and Ting Tong, Bubbles and Desiree, Emily and Florence and Daffyd may fall foul of today’s PC police.

Williams was adamant it did not mock minorities, adding ‘comedy for me is celebrating things’.

The actor and children’s author said he and Lucas have faced calls to appear in more shows together.

Williams (pictured with Lucas as Dudley and Ting Tong) was adamant it did not mock minorities, adding 'comedy for me is celebrating things'

Williams (pictured with Lucas as Dudley and Ting Tong) was adamant it did not mock minorities, adding 'comedy for me is celebrating things'

Williams (pictured with Lucas as Dudley and Ting Tong) was adamant it did not mock minorities, adding ‘comedy for me is celebrating things’

The former comedy duo were not seen together for seven years until May 2018, when they both attended Dale Winton’s funeral.

In his autobiography, Lucas revealed how tensions boiled between the pair in 2005 during their Little Britain Live tour, leading to a spectacular backstage fight. 

The pair first met in The National Youth Theatre, and broke onto the comedy scene with Little Britain.

In September, Walliams and Lucas reunited when they appeared in a photo together which was posted on Twitter.

The pair (pictured together in 2008) first met in The National Youth Theatre, and broke onto the comedy scene with Little Britain

The pair (pictured together in 2008) first met in The National Youth Theatre, and broke onto the comedy scene with Little Britain

The pair (pictured together in 2008) first met in The National Youth Theatre, and broke onto the comedy scene with Little Britain

Source: BBC – Daily Mail

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