The world's first selfie stick loan scheme is being trialled by Southeastern trains, in the hope of getting more people to explore the south east.
Passengers are now being offered complimentary selfie sticks for the duration of their trip.
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Police are looking for a man seen on CCTV after a shopper allegedly exposed himself in a branch of Tesco.
The CCTV footage was taken from the Tesco store at Barnes Wallis Drive in Weybridge between 11am and 12.30pm on Sunday, 3 July.
Incidents of this nature are taken extremely seriously by Surrey Police. Although thankfully unharmed, the victim was very shaken by the ordeal.
We would like to speak to the man in the CCTV as he may be able to provide vital information and I would urge him or anyone who recognises him to call 101.
If you can help, contact Surrey Police on 101, quoting crime reference number 45150057201.
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Family members of Osama Bin Laden are believed to be among four people who died when a private jet crashed at a car auction site in Hampshire.
The Saudi-registered Phenom300 jet was attempting to land at Blackbushe Airport when it crashed on to dozens of cars and burst into flames.
Hampshire Police has tweeted a link to a statement translated by the Guardian by the Saudi ambassador to the UK on the embassy's Twitter account.
The translation of the statement said: "His royal highness Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf bin Abdul Aziz.... offered his condolences to the sons of the late Mohammed bin Laden and their relations for the grave incident of the crash of the plane carrying members of the family at Blackbushe airport".
ITV News has obtained pictures of a private jet moments before it crashed into a car auction site, killing all four people on board.
Plane spotter Geoff Pierce was photographing the Phenom 300 when it came in to land at Blackbushe Airport in Hampshire.
He said the aircraft touched down around three-quarters of the way along the runway and was going too fast to stop.
Mr Pierce told ITV News: "There's a small embankment at the end of the runway and it careered over that and then carried on and ploughed into the parked cars and vehicles.
"Immediately there was towering black smoke coming up. It was almost surreal how it happened.
"It was going too fast to stop comfortably. We can only assume that the pilot had no choice other than to land it rather than take off and do another circuit."
Four people - the pilot and three passengers - died when a private jet crash-landed into a car auction site and burst into flames at Blackbushe Airport in Hampshire this afternoon, Hampshire Police has confirmed.
We can confirm that there were four people on board, including the pilot.
Sadly, there were no survivors. No one on the ground has been injured and we would urge anyone with any information, including pictures or videos, to contact 101.
Acting chief inspector Venner said police have launched a joint investigation with the Air Accidents Investigation Branch.
The airfield has been closed, police confirmed.