An emerging trend combining fashion with thuggery has sparked a warning from police in Leicestershire.
Officers in Melton say they have dealt with people wearing belts with buckles shaped like knuckle dusters - and warn anyone caught wearing one risks being charged with possession of an offensive weapon.
PC John Goddard said people should not be fooled into thinking that just because the weapon is attached to their belt, they won't be arrested.
A six-year-old boy has been injured after two cows escaped from Melton Cattle Market.
James Prothero was hurt when the cows ran out of the market and stormed down Scalford Road.
The boy, from Worcester, was taken to hospital as a precaution after suffering minor injuries.
Inspector John Gray, head of Melton Police, said: “Members of the public were all curious but the problem is that they were unaware of the dangers. If there is cattle on the loose and crowds of people in the way the injury potential is quite high."
Claire Lomas from Eye Kettleby in Leicestershire is paralysed from the chest down and walked the London Marathon in a robotic suit, raising more than £200,000 for the charity Spinal Research. She also lit the Paralympic flame.
Two men have been charged with burglary following a shooting at a farm near Melton Mowbray.
Two other men, aged 31 and 33, arrested on suspicion of aggravated burglary, have been bailed. A 35-year-old man and a 43-year-old woman, arrested on suspicion of GBH, have also been bailed pending further inquiries.
Melton Borough Council appear to have rejected by six votes to four plans to build a wind farm on the west of the town.
Plans had been made to build nine wind turbines within three years, near Asfordby.