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Mum killed by great white shark was restaurant owner on holiday with daughter, five - - city Cape Town
Mum killed by great white shark was restaurant owner on holiday with daughter, five
great white shark was enjoying a holiday with her family who were on the beach when she was killed, it is believed.Restaurant owner Kimon Bisogno, 39, had taken a break from the pizza house she ran in Cape Town, South Africa, to visit a luxury resort with her daughter, Luna, five, and the "love-of-her-life" Diego Milesi, 40.Just before 8am yesterday (Sunday, September 25), Kimon was casually wading through the water at Plettenberg Bay when a beastly great white shark darted towards her under the cover of a wave.READ MORE: Woman mauled to death by great white shark on morning swim in shallow watersWitnesses said Kimon had only been waist-deep when the water around her suddenly “turned red” and a frenzied evacuation from the sea was launched by fellow screaming swimmers.The inshore craft from the National Sea Rescue Institute was launched and was quickly on the scene and found Kimon’s blood-soaked body floating in the surf about 50 yards out from where she was attacked.The instant attack was so brutal that nothing could be done to save the young mum as the lifeboat men pulled her badly bitten body onto a stretcher and returned to base.Her body was handed over to the police and forensic pathologists will carry out a post mortem and an inquest will be held and in the meantime her family have been offered trauma counselling.Normally great white shark victims quickly of blood loss when their arteries are severed by the razor-sharp teeth and many as a result suffer from heart attacks.It was the second death in the same idyllic resort in just three months and the third in 11 years and the beach was closed down and shark warning signs erected.Last night close friend Carmin Commins said on Facebook: “I have scrolled through your
Chrissy Teigen - John Legend - Chrissy Teigen's heartbreak as model admits having an abortion 'It wasn't a miscarriage' - express - USA
Chrissy Teigen's heartbreak as model admits having an abortion 'It wasn't a miscarriage'
Chrissy shares a six-year-old daughter, Luna, and a four-year-old son, Miles, with musical maverick John Legend.The happy couple is also expecting another new arrival in 2023.However, she still suffers from the heartbreak surrounding the lost son she had already named Jack.She struggled to make sense of what had happened until a conversation with her hitmaker husband confirmed to her that she hadn't actually miscarried."I told the world we had a miscarriage, the world agreed we had a miscarriage, all the headlines said we'd had a miscarriage," she lamented."I became really frustrated that I didn't in the first place say what it was," she continued in her candid chat with the Hollywood Reporter."I felt silly that it had taken me over a year to understand that what we'd actually had was an abortion."Meanwhile, John has also spoken out about the tragedy, revealing that for him too, the grief process is still ongoing.He had been hesitant about whether he should share their ordeal at all - but Chrissy had prompted him."I think Chrissy was really right in encouraging us to share it," he told Radio 4's Desert Island Discs following their loss.The pair had realised it could help to tell their story to make others in similar situations realise they weren't alone."I think it really was powerful for a lot of people and way more people than anybody realises go through this," he declared.Speaking of other survivors' stories, he added: "They told us they felt alone a lot of times."Us sharing our experience helped other people realise they felt less alone and..
Man fed poisoned tuna to his neighbours' cats leaving them both to be put to sleep -
Man fed poisoned tuna to his neighbours' cats leaving them both to be put to sleep
prison sentence after being found guilty of committing an Animal Welfare Act offence.Tristian Paul Pearson, 44, had admitted to feeding poisoned tuna fish to his neighbours' cats in tubs containing the substance of ethylene glycol, a substance highly poisonous to felines.READ MORE:'World's biggest cat' stands as tall as two-year-old child – but is a 'gentle giant'In what was the first case of its kind referred to a crown court due to the Animal Welfare Act 2021 coming into force last year, demonstrating just how serious the case was, which resulted in two cats being put down.The two felines, Luna and Bailey, became sick after consuming the poisonous fish and later had to be put down after Luna suffered kidney failure and Bailey showed signs of sickness. Tests showed that the poisonings came as a result of the pots the cats ate from containing a high concentration of ethylene glycol as an expert veterinary witness report confirmed.Sentenced at Cardiff Crown Court on August 5, alongside the eight-month suspended prison sentence, Pearson was ordered to do 150 hours of unpaid work, banned and disqualified from keeping all animals and was forced to pay £2,000 in costs.RSPCA inspector Simon Evans said: "These poor cats were deliberately tempted into digesting a substance that is incredibly dangerous for cats and ultimately proved fatal to them both.
Diego Luna - Fiona Shaw - Cassian Andor - Everything we know about the Star Wars Andor series as Disney confirms new release date - - Britain
Everything we know about the Star Wars Andor series as Disney confirms new release date
Star Wars series Andor launches on Disney+.Fans were delighted when the trailer for the 12-part series landed at the Star Wars Celebration 2022 - with huge names including Diego Luna and Fiona Shaw announced as part of the cast.Alongside news of a third Mandalorian series, plus the launch of Tales Of The Jedi, there is plenty for fans to look forward to from the Star Wars universe in the upcoming year.READ NEXT: Star Wars fan event to visit the UK next year as Star Wars Celebration 2023 announcedHowever, with the launch of Andor drawing closer, Daily Star takes a look at everything we know about the series so far.The series, as the name suggests, is about Cassian Andor, who Star Wars fans first met in critically acclaimed 2016 film Rogue One: A Star Wars story.Spoiler alert - although Cassian Andor died alongside Jin Erso at the end of Rogue One, Andor will take viewers back into Cassian's origin story and how he helped to found the Rebel Alliance.Billed as a 'rousing spy thriller', it will follow the Rebel Alliance's mission to restore hope to the Galaxy.Diego Luna will reprise his role as Cassian Andor for the new series. However, Diego revealed to Entertainment Weekly that he did not expect to be invited back for an entire series after making Rogue One, saying: "I thought it was going to be a one-time thing in my life, and I shared it with my kids, and I saw it.