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Adele stops mid-concert to shout at security guard who told fans to stop dancing and sit down

An overzealous security guard found himself on the receiving end of a telling off by Adele after he told fans to stop dancing.

The irate singer1 halted the final show of her Australian tour to chastise the concert worker for telling revellers to sit down.

Video footage posted on social media2 showed the star jump to the defence of those who wanted to stand during the show at Melbourne’s Ethiad Stadium. After performing her single Water Under The Bridge, Adele told the staff member: “Excuse me sir ? I know you work here but could you stop telling people to sit down ? This is a music show.

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Adele gave the security guard a piece of her mind The singer halted her performance to chastise the concert worker

“If people can’t see then they can stand up.

“If you’re moaning about people dancing, what the f*** have you come to a show for?

“If I see one more person be told to sit down, I swear to God.”

The incident happened on the final show of the singer’s Australian tour The crowd at the Etihad Stadium in Melbourne also witnessed a surprise proposal

The 77,000-strong crowd also witnessed a surprise proposal when Adele invited a gay couple to join her on stage.

“I had no idea that was going to happen . That wasn’t planned,” Adele said.

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The star will compete her tour with three shows in Auckland this week

The 28-year-old star will compete her tour of Australia and New Zealand by performing three shows at the Mount Smart Stadium in Auckland this week.

She will perform four sold-out shows at Wembley Stadium between June 28 and July 2.

References

  1. ^ irate singer (www.mirror.co.uk)
  2. ^ Video footage posted on social media (twitter.com)

Breaking: Paris’ Orly airport evacuated as ‘man shot dead by security forces after trying to grab soldier’s gun’

Paris’ Orly airport has been evacuated after a man was shot dead after he allegedly tried to grab a soldier’s firearm. A soldier fired at the man who was then detained by security forces, as police did a sweep of the airport in search of potential accomplices or explosives. The man was later pronounced dead, AFP and BFM TV reported.

Passengers wrote on Twitter that they had heard gunshots in the south terminal on Saturday morning and police were carrying out a security operation as they were told to flee. A police spokesman wrote on Twitter: “Ongoing police operation . Do not cross the security perimeter, follow the instructions.”

Passengers who were scheduled to catch flights later in the day were told not to come to the airport.

Emergency services outside Orly airport south of Paris Orly airport is located south of Paris

An airport official added: “Ongoing special operation by the Police . Please follow their instructions . Do not come to the airport.”

One passenger wrote on Twitter that shots had been fired in the south terminal.

France has been under a state of emergency following a series of deadly terror attacks across the country.

We’ll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story.

For the latest news and breaking news visit Mirror.co.uk/news1 . Get all the big headlines, pictures, analysis, opinion and video on the stories that matter to you. Follow us on Twitter @DailyMirror – the official Daily Mirror & Mirror Online Twitter account – real news in real time.

We’re also on Facebook/dailymirror – your must-see news, features, videos and pictures throughout the day from the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and Mirror Online.

References

  1. ^ Mirror.co.uk/news (mirror.co.uk)

These are the extra security measures which will be in place for the Champions League final

It will be the biggest security operation undertaken in Cardiff, with extra officers being shipped in to help. The Champions League final on June 3 will be a huge undertaking for the city’s police who have warned there will be “significant” disruption for people living or working in Cardiff. Since Uefa said the final would be in Cardiff1, there have been devastating terror attacks across the world.

It means there will large security measures in place around Cardiff for the final. Fans who travelled to Euro 20162 will know the sort of measures expected, including frequent security searches and armed police on the streets.

Security perimeter

A huge security fence was put in place for the Nato summit in 2014

In Cardiff, a security perimeter will be put in place around the Principality Stadium. Only those with tickets or valid accreditation will be allowed to access the areas next to the stadium on June 3.

Police

Police keep watch near Cardiff Castle during the NATO Summit

There will be more police on streets and what’s been described as an “unprecedented” security operation with a focus on “hostile vehicle mitigation”. The FAW say that normal policing will be maintained and Neighbourhood Officers will continue their daily duties, patrolling the area protecting and reassuring local communities but that there will be more officers on the street.

Restrictions on water travel

There will be restrictions on water travel during the event

As part of the security measures restrictions will be placed on water travel along the River Taff and inside the Bay area. Organisers say they have spoken to all those affected.

Roads

There will be a large impact on roads, particularly the M4 and significant road closures across the city centre. There will also be an impact in Cardiff Bay because of the festival taking place there between June 1 and June 4.

Organisers have warned there will be “significant and unavoidable congestion at certain times”. They advise using public transport but say cycle parking will be impacted so people should not cycle on the day of the final.

References

  1. ^ Cardiff (www.walesonline.co.uk)
  2. ^ Euro 2016 (www.walesonline.co.uk)