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Adele loses it at security guard during her final Australian concert

Adele Loses It At Security Guard During Her Final Australian Concert

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Adele performs in the first of her two shows at Etihad Stadium in Melbourne, Australia on Saturday. Adele provided fans at her last Australian concert with a moment just as memorable as her music when she stopped the show to lecture a security guard. The British singer broke the crowd record at Melbourne’s Etihad Stadium for the second night running on Sunday, drawing in 77,300 fans as she wrapped up her tour down under.

Adele Loses It At Security Guard During Her Final Australian Concert

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Adele Loses It At Security Guard During Her Final Australian Concert

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The Grammy winner heads to New Zealand next, with shows at Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.

“Just before we go to the next song .. . excuse me, sir ? I know you work here, but could you stop telling people to sit down?” Adele said, catching the guard’s attention.

“This is a music show . If people can’t see, then they can stand up . And if you’re moaning about people dancing, then what the f**k have you come to a show for?

“If I see one more person get told to sit down, I swear to God.” The dressing down wasn’t the only unusual highlight for fans, with an unplanned proposal also taking place after Adele invited a man and his partner on stage after she saw him crying during her rendition of Hello.

Adele heads to New Zealand next, with shows at Mt Smart Stadium in Auckland on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. – Stuff

Shake-up of Cheshire police structure to help meet 34million …

A reorganisation of policing in Cheshire will see officers briefed outside their beat areas and the number of policing units slashed by more than half.

The shake-up is part of Cheshire Constabulary s goal to save 34million over the next four years.

Under the current arrangement, there are 19 Neighbourhood Policing Units across the county.

But from July 6, they will be replaced by eight Local Policing Units Chester1, Ellesmere Port, Northwich, Crewe, Macclesfield, Runcorn, Warrington and Widnes.

Officers will have to travel to their patches following daily briefings at a central deployment base in one of the eight locations.

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Police constables and community support officers formerly based at Frodsham2 police station, for example, will begin their working day at Blacon3 Divisional HQ.

Chief Supt Phil Jones said that the new policing model, which has been trialled in Ellesmere Port, will encourage central leadership and knowledge and skill-sharing.

The Ellesmere Port pilot showed that demand was managed more effectively and response times were reduced as a result of having teams centrally based and less dispersed, he said.

Chief Supt Jones explained that a fleet plan and a more sophisticated shift system will be in place to ensure travel time is mitigated as far as possible by deviations.

Deputy Chief Con Janette McCormick insisted the restructure will enable to force to commit to local policing, equipping our officers and protecting the public .

She said a 24/7 emergency response will be maintained by issuing officers with tablet devices over the coming months so they can file reports and access police systems remotely, enabling them to spend more time out on the beat.

But a Mickle Trafford resident, who does not wish to be named, contacted the Chronicle to say he was concerned by the forthcoming changes.

Nineteen neighbourhood units are being reduced to just eight local policing units which means that there is going to be less of a focus on the already under-policed smaller communities of Cheshire, such as Frodsham and Helsby, he said.

I am concerned and I feel that the community has not been consulted clearly and honestly about what is essentially a cost-cutting exercise .

Cheshire police4 say there are currently no plans to close any police stations or help desk facilities.

References

  1. ^ Chester (www.chesterchronicle.co.uk)
  2. ^ Frodsham (www.chesterchronicle.co.uk)
  3. ^ Blacon (www.chesterchronicle.co.uk)
  4. ^ Cheshire police (www.chesterchronicle.co.uk)

Witnesses sought following incident outside Chester takeaway …

Police are appealing for witnesses following an alleged assault outside a takeaway in Chester.

The incident happened at 6.55pm on Friday, May 8 outside the Hoole Indian Takeaway & Restaurant on Charles Street, Hoole1 and it is believed the victim, a 66-year-old local man, received serious head injuries.

A 34-year-old man has been charged in connection with the incident and police are keen to speak to anyone who visited the restaurant on that night and saw anything suspicious or that might have been connected with the alleged assault.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Cheshire police on 101, quoting incident 783 of 8 May 2015.

Alternatively you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

References

  1. ^ Hoole (www.chesterchronicle.co.uk)