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The woman in her early thirties was grabbed as she left Bentleys Bar on the High Street. She was pushed against the wall, threatened with rape and kissed before she managed to escape.
It's believed he approached at least one other woman. A 37 year old man from Frome has been arrested.
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Police have contacted rapper Professor Green after he tweeted a man with a knife had interrupted his filming session.
The musician tweeted about his "interesting day" in Cheltenham where a man had been "noising up" as they were mid recording.
Interesting day filming. Some bloke was noising up while we were trying to film. Reappears later waving a blade about #cheltenham
In fairness he had a bottle of wine so it could have been a bottle opener... Cause that's normal. #cheltenham
Gloucestershire police today tweeted back to the 32-year-old asking him to tell them more.
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The family of nine-year-old Bonnie Armitage who died after falling from a horse during the Cotswold Hunt have paid tribute to their 'beautiful little girl.'
Speaking from the family cottage in Wantage, Oxon, Bonnie's parents say she was happiest when out riding her pony.
She was a beautiful, vivacious and compassionate girl, who touched the hearts of everyone who knew her.
She loved riding, and was never happier than when with her Shetland pony, Lindsay.
We will miss her more than we can say, and we greatly value the prayers of so many of our friends
They said the pony, Lindsay, was 'absolutely fine' following the accident and that it wasn't the animal's fault in any way.
It was just a tragic accident. I don't want anyone to be blamed for this. It was no one's fault.
Bonnie suffered severe injuries while she was out riding at an event in Miserden, near Shroud in Cheltenham on Saturday.