MK Dons' Samir Carruthers and Northampton Town's James Collins were pictured relieving themselves in front of a packed crowd.Read the full story ›
Veteran racehorse pulls out all the stops ahead of Cheltenham festival - donning a three piece tweed suit and flat cap for the occasion.Read the full story ›
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The elderly woman used the unusual method of self-defence after a man allegedly hit her for walking her dog on "his land".Read the full story ›
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Rugby Walsh sealed his third Cheltenham victory on the opening day of the festival after winning the Champion Hurdle with Faugheen.
Douvan gave Willie Mullins and Ruby Walsh the perfect start to the four-day Cheltenham Festival when running out a smooth winner of the Sky Bet Supreme Novices' Hurdle.
Walsh brought the 2-1 favourite to lead before the final flight and Douvan bounded up the hill to score by four and a half lengths.
The mural itself and the satellite dish have been granted listed status in Cheltenham, but the phone booth at the centre could be removed.Read the full story ›
Street artist Banksy has confirmed he is behind the artwork which shows shady agents eavesdropping around a telephone box on a street in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
The piece appeared three miles from GCHQ, home of the Government's spying network, leading many to speculate that the artist is taking a swipe at the UK's intelligence-gathering methods.
The mural shows three 1950s-style agents, wearing brown trench coats and trilby hats, using devices to tap into conversations at a telephone box.
The Bristol artist did not officially confirm the piece at the time but claimed responsibility during a question and answer session on his website.
Banksy was asked four questions on his website, including, "Did you paint the spies in Cheltenham?" to which he replied: "Yes".
In reply to another question the artist said the worst thing about street art is: "Having to make your mistakes in public".
A Banksy-esque mural showing shady surveillance agents eavesdropping on a telephone box has appeared on a street in Gloucestershire.Read the full story ›