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Sunday Brunch viewers fume as café owner charges whopping £5 for beans on toast
Channel 4's Sunday Brunch were left in a state of shock when a café owner appeared on the show who charged £5 for beans on toast.Hosted by Tim Lovejoy and Miquita Oliver, with Simon Rimmer in Newquay for the Boardmasters Festival - the hosts welcomed the co-owner of a London-based café onto the show.Elliot Kaye who co-owns Norman's Café in Tufnell Park, North London alongside Alex and chef Richie, cooked up a storm for the hosts and celebrity guests.READ NEXT: Sunday Brunch’s biggest controversies - recipe copies, Jimmy Savile row and banned wordsTalking the studio and viewers at home through his menu, Elliot introduced the cafe's cheesy beans on toast dish which comprised of baked beans on toast with a slice of red Leicester cheese on top.He explained how he isn't a fan of sourdough and that at his fooderie "you can't go wrong with basic white bread".Although some fans were swooning over how appetising it looked, most fans were taken aback by the cost of the dish if you were to head into Norman's Café."Cheeky c**t £5 for beans on toast #SundayBrunch," one person penned alongside a screenshot of the menu she looked up on the cafe's website.Someone replied: "£5 for a bowl of porridge!???" while another echoed: "£5 for porridge and jam!! Wtf!"Another person then went on to say: "I can't believe there's a guy on #SundayBrunch showing off his beans and toast and 'basic white bread'."Someone then echoed the co-owners words when they penned: "'We’ve got a basic menu that includes fry-ups…' 'a fry-up with a tea or coffee included'. So this 'revolutionary café' he’s got is actually just a greasy spoon, only with posh owners? #SundayBrunch."While another said: "Is this a piss take.
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Sunday Brunch’s biggest controversies - recipe copies, Jimmy Savile row and banned words
Channel 4 daytime favourite has certainly quirked a few brows over the years.Helmed by Simon Rimmer and Tim Lovejoy, the programme features various celebrity guests each week, along with hilarious cooking segments and dining experiences.From chefs accused of “stealing” recipes from rival programmes to on-set walk-offs, the Channel 4 set has seen it all - including fires in the studio.READ MORE:Sunday Brunch descends into chaos as star brutally cuts finger in bloody segmentThe hosts have even been forced to apologise after certain guests let “banned” words slip while the cameras were rolling.Daily Star takes a look at the show’s most controversial moments ever.As with any live television, Sunday Brunch encounters its fair share of blunders - including guests letting slip swearwords on air.And host Tim Lovejoy is usually the one forced to apologise to viewers at home, and this was no truer than when impressionist Matt Forde shared an encounter with Brian Clough.He had met the football boss while working as a mascot for Nottingham Forest, and explained Brian branded him an “ugly b***h” due to the eczema on his head.Things only got worse as he repeated the curse later in the segment, with Tim jumping in to say: "I think I've got to apologise for your language there by the way.
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BBC Tweenies controversies - sick Jimmy Savile parody, dentist row and toy fraud
BBC children's programme The Tweenies was broadcast on this day in 2002 (July 25) - but its three year run was not without its controversies.The popular programme, which centered around 'Tweenies' called Milo, Jake, Bella and Fizz, along with dogs Doodles and Izzles, delighted viewers from 1999-2002.However, some of its episodes caused outrage when they were rebroadcast in subsequent years - while its deals linked to merchandising also came under scrutiny during the show's original run.READ NEXT: Casualty fans shocked by school shooting as BBC airs controversial postponed episodeOn the 20th anniversary of the show ending, Daily Star takes a look at The Tweenies biggest controversies.In 2013, the BBC received over 216 complaints after an episode of The Tweenies featured a character who appeared to be dressed as sex offender Jimmy Saville.The former DJ and presenter abused more than 200 people over a 60 year period before he died in 2011 aged 84, with a Metropolitan police report stating that Jimmy Savile was a "prolific, predatory sex offender."The episode of The Tweenies was originally made in 2001, with the BBC broadcasting the repeat in 2013 - two years after Jimmy Saville's sickening crimes were investigated by the police.It featured the character Max wearing a blonde wig, a tracksuit and using Jimmy Saville's accents and catchphrases, leaving viewers horrified and taking to social media to express their anger at the distasteful parody.One viewer said: "Dear CBeebies, I'm not sure this was a good choice of DJ to impersonate on The Tweenies today," while a second added: "Are BBC trying to self destruct? Max from Tweenies dressed as Jimmy Savile just now nearly choked on my cornflakes."The broadcast also angered abuse
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Why did Rylan split from husband Dan as he makes Pride anniversary appearance
Rylan Clark will be joined by his mum Linda, on today’s episode of Celebrity Gogglebox (Friday July 1).He has joined the series ahead of the Pride anniversary special, helping mark 50 years of Pride in the UK.Channel 4 says the special will “reflect on the incredible achievements and challenges of advancing LGBTQ+ rights and visibility over the last half century, while also platforming the diversity of identity and sexuality in the 2020s”.Rylan, 33, discovered his own sexuality when he was just 10 years old, after watching a Louis Theroux documentary of all things.He met his now ex-husband Dan, 42, in 2015, though they split after six years of marriage.Here is everything you need to know about Rylan’s relationship history.Dan is best known for his appearance on 2013’s Big Brother, making it to week six of the competition before being voted out.Before that, he was a police officer who worked on Operation Yewtree.This was an investigation into child sex abuse by famous stars such as Jimmy Savile.However, it was during his time on Big Brother when he and Rylan first crossed paths.Rylan interviewed him following his exit and the rest was history.Just two years later, they were married after Dan proposed during an idyllic trip to Paris.They tied the knot in 2015 with an intimate ceremony.In June 2021, reports surfaced that Dan had moved out of their shared London home and moved into a flat in Essex.Soon after, the split was confirmed by Rylan, who broke his silence on the situation later that same month.Speaking to The Sun, he said: "Following reports about Dan and I spending time apart, I feel I have to speak out - as the way it is being reported is unfair.“I have made a number of mistakes which I deeply regret and have
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Sir Cliff Richard feared he’d ‘die of heart attack’ after child sexual assault allegations
Metropolitan Police’s Operation Yewtree, which was set up in the wake of the Jimmy Savile scandal.Sir Cliff was awarded compensation from the South Yorkshire Police and the BBC over the coverage of the case, for which he was never charged. He has now spoken out to urge people to back the campaign to change the law so suspects have anonymity unless they are charged, explaining that being falsely accused could ‘completely destroy you’.Sir Cliff admitted he feared he was ‘going to die of a heart attack’ in the wake of the accusation after sometimes waking up with his pulse racing, and will ‘forever’ be on the dark web as ‘the man accused of the dastardly deed’. Speaking in the House of Lords on Wednesday, he also branded the internet a ‘disaster area for most people now’, adding: ‘You can’t trust anybody anymore.’He explained: ‘I can’t express it strongly enough to know what it’s like to be an innocent man and also know that the person that accused you has anonymity in perpetuity.‘I’m past that terrible time but will I ever get over it? The answer is no.’The pressure group Falsely Accused Individuals for Reform (Fair) is campaigning to change legislation to ensure anonymity for the accused until they are proven guilty. DJ Paul Gambaccini was arrested over assault claims in the wake of the Jimmy Savile scandal and spent a year on bail before the case was dropped. He says he and Sir Cliff have become ‘a magnet for people who either are being wronged, or who feel they are being wronged or claim they are being wronged by false accusation’, adding that he believed the UK was the ‘most humane country in the world until the events of the last decade proved otherwise’.Other stars in similar positions have also come forward in the
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Katie Price smiles as she heads to community service after ex Kieran Hayler takes legal action following ‘Jimmy Savile’ post
Katie Price has been pictured heading to community service with a smile on her face despite her ex Kieran Hayler taking legal action following a post from her.The My Crazy Life star arrived at 9am at Horsham Matters, a Christian charity that provides essential services, to complete her community service after her drink-driving charge last year.Wearing her hair up in a ponytail, Katie also donned Gucci trainers, a Nike tracksuit and held a Louis Vuitton handbag.She was spotted leaving at 11am.Katie is completing community service after pleading guilty to drink-driving last year following a car crash.She was spared jail but was handed a sentence of 16 weeks suspended for 12 months, 100 hours of unpaid work, 20 sessions of rehabilitation work with probation, and a two-year driving ban.She will also pay £213 in costs. The court was told that she already owes the court £7,358.However, the mum-of-four’s legal troubles haven’t ended there.Earlier this year she was also charged for harassment after being accused of breaching a restraining order preventing her from contacting her ex Kieran Hayler’s fiancée Michelle Penticost.Sussex Police told Metro.co.uk: ‘On Friday, January 21, officers arrested a woman on suspicion of breaching a restraining order.
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