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Six arrested for 'having orgy' during coronavirus lockdown in Madrid

Police break up orgy during coronavirus lockdown in Madrid

  • Six people discovered at a suspected brothel in Madrid after complaints of noise
  • Officers raided the apartment during the coronavirus lockdown across Spain 
  • Four women and two men naked in a corridor were found at three-bedroom flat 
  • Police also found alcoholic drinks and cigarette butts scattered all over the home
  • Coronavirus symptoms: what are they and should you see a doctor?

Spanish police found six people allegedly having an orgy at a brothel in Madrid during the coronavirus lockdown.

Police in the Spanish capital confirmed they found six people in a flat – suspected of being a brothel – taking part in a sex party. 

According to local media, several neighbours in the building called the police to complain about people going in and out of a flat and playing loud music.

Reports said the police went into the flat on Saturday and found four women and two men naked in a corridor with three bedrooms.

Police broke up a sex party at a suspected brothel in Madrid during the coronavirus lockdown. Pictured are police vehicles in Madrid (file image)

The local authorities also found alcoholic drinks and cigarette butts all over the flat, local media reported.

The police reportedly suspect the house was functioning as a brothel as only one of the women was registered as a tenant in the house.

Officers broke up the orgy in the Tetuan area of the city and have filed reports against them. 

Reports claim that local authorities filed a complaint against the tenant for breaking the regulations against noise pollution.

The other five guests were also reported for breaking the quarantine declared by the national government to stop the spread of COVID-19.

No arrests have been reported.

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Usher at 2 Broadway Shows Tests Positive for Coronavirus, Shows Go On

“Last evening, we were notified that a part-time employee of both organizations has tested positively for COVID-19 (Cornonavirus),” theater owners say in a joint statement to TheWrap

  • 17. “Rent” (original production) 
    Opened: April 29, 1996 
    Closed: Sept. 7, 2008 
    Gross: $274.2 million 

  • 16. “The Producers” 
    Opened: April 19, 2001 
    Closed: April 22, 2007 
    Gross: $288.4 million 

  • 15. “Mary Poppins” 
    Opened: Nov. 16, 2006 
    Closed: March 3, 2013 
    Gross: $294.6 million

  • 14. “Miss Saigon” (original production) 
    Opened: April 11, 1991 
    Closed: Jan. 28, 2001 
    Gross: $298.7 million

  • 13. “Kinky Boots” 
    Opened: April 4, 2013 
    Closed: April 7, 2019 
    Gross to date: $319.0 million

  • 12. “Les Misérables” (original production)
    Opened: March 12, 1987
    Closed: May 18, 2003
    Gross: $406.3 million

  • 11. “Cats” (original production) 
    Opened: Oct. 7, 1982 
    Closed: Sept. 10, 2000 
    Gross: $407.7 million

  • 10. “Beauty and the Beast” 
    Opened: April 18, 1994 
    Closed: July 29, 2007 
    Gross: $429.2 million

  • 9. “Aladdin” 
    Opened: March 20, 2014 
    Closed: Still running 
    Gross to date: $449.8 million

  • 8. “Jersey Boys”  
    Opened: Nov. 6, 2005 
    Closed: January 15, 2017 
    Gross: $558.4 million

  • 7. “Hamilton”  
    Opened: Aug. 6, 2015 
    Closed: Still running 
    Gross to date: $622.4 million 

  • 6. “Mamma Mia!” 
    Opened: Oct. 18, 2001 
    Closed: Sept. 12, 2015 
    Gross: $624.4 million

  • 5. “The Book of Mormon” 
    Opened: March 24, 2011 
    Closed: Still running 
    Gross to date: $649.0 million

  • 4. “Chicago” (revival)  
    Opened: Nov. 14, 1996 
    Closed: Still running 
    Gross: $674.6 million

  • 3. “The Phantom of the Opera” 
    Opened: Jan. 26, 1988 
    Closed: Still running 
    Gross to date: $1.2 billion

  • 2. “Wicked” 
    Opened: Oct. 30, 2003 
    Closed: Still running 
    Gross: $1.4 billion 

  • 1. “The Lion King” 
    Opened: Nov. 13, 1997 
    Closed: Still running 
    Gross to date: $1.7 billion

  • A ranked list of the biggest hits on the Great White Way, as of Dec. 30, 2019 (according to The Broadway League)

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    Meghan Markle champions SIX UK labels on her return to London

    Flying the flag for British fashion! Meghan Markle champions SIX UK labels in a matter of hours as she takes diplomatic dressing to the max on her return to London (and even carries a Queen-inspired handbag)

    • Duchess of Sussex, 38, has championed British designers on her return to the UK
    • She has worn six different UK labels, including Topshop and Stella McCartney 
    • Last night she looked radiant in a £950 azure blue dress by Victoria Beckham 

    The Duchess of Sussex has delivered a masterclass in diplomatic dressing since returning to the UK for her final royal engagements, championing a string of British designers.

    Meghan Markle, 38, wore no fewer than six UK labels in a matter of hours yesterday, including Stella McCartney, Topshop and Victoria Beckham.

    The royal made an unannounced visit to the National Theatre in London, of which she is patron, and enjoyed lunch at the upmarket Goring Hotel before joining Prince Harry for the Endeavour Awards at Manor House last night.

    Great British style! Meghan Markle, 38, wore no fewer than six UK labels in a matter of hours yesterday, including Stella McCartney, Topshop and Victoria Beckham. Pictured, at the National Theatre, London, in a £29 Topshop blouse and a black handbag inspired by the Queen

    True blue: Meghan enjoyed lunch at the upmarket Goring Hotel before joining Prince Harry for the Endeavour Awards at Manor House last night, pictured, wearing Victoria Beckham and Stella McCartney. It was her first outing since the couple’s ‘Megxit’ announcement in January

    Showcasing her ability to mix high street with high end, Meghan chose pieces that ranged from a £29 Topshop blouse to a £950 Victoria Beckham dress.

    Meghan was first seen leaving the five-star Goring hotel after having lunch at the Queen’s favourite restaurant. 

    Typically chic, the Duchess donned a £1,590 classic camel coat by London-based label Alex Eagle, which is made to order in the brand’s Soho studio.

    She added a pair of towering black stilettos by go-to designer Aquazzura and finished the look with a £1,450 Loewe bag that looks strikingly like the Queen’s favourite accessory. 

    Meghan also made time to stop off at the National Theatre, which was one of the last places she visited before relocating to Canada in January. 

    Favourite brand: Meghan, pictured on an unannounced visit to the National Theatre yesterday. Her earrings and necklace came from one of her favourite British jewellery labels, Missoma

    For her return to the venue, Meghan showed her support for the British high street by wearing a £29 white Topshop blouse with chiffon sleeves.  

    The royal wore the blouse tucked into a pencil skirt by Roland Mouret and once again carried the Loewe handbag. 

    Her earrings and necklace came from one of her favourite British jewellery labels, Missoma. 

    Last night the Great British fashion show continued with a stunning £950 azure blue dress by Victoria Beckham and a Lucia Plexi Clutch by Stella McCartney, who famously designed her second wedding dress. 

    Supporting smaller labels, Meghan chose the £9,500 Chi Chi Rose Gold and Diamond Bracelet by Jessica McCormack. 

    Splash of color: The royal enhanced her radiant complexion with a £950 Victoria Beckham dress in a stunning shade of azure blue as she joined Prince Harry at the awards, pictured 

    All in the details: Meghan accessorized with a Lucia Plexi Clutch by Stella McCartney and a £9,500 Rose Gold and Diamond Bracelet by Jessica McCormack, pictured

    However Meghan turned to a Spanish name when it came to her shoes, plumping for tried-and-tested Manolo Blahniks.

    Last night marked the Duke and Duchess of Sussexes’ first official outing in the UK since announcing they would be stepping back as senior royals. 

    The couple have a number of appearances scheduled this weekend, culminating on Monday when they will join senior royals including the Queen and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at the Commonwealth Day service in London. 

    It is thought these will be Harry and Meghan’s last official duties before their royal roles officially come to an end on March 31. 

     

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    The UK's six secret foodie hotspots revealed

    From Yorkshire’s food capital to the south coast resort with a superb culinary scene: The UK’s six secret foodie hotspots revealed

    • Abergavenny holds a much admired food festival in September every year 
    • County Down is leading the renaissance of Northern Ireland produce 
    • The Little Chelsea area of Eastbourne has a cool quarter of bistros and galleries 

    The UK’s culinary reputation has soared in recent years – and you don’t have to head to the obvious spots like London to enjoy it. 

    Here we turn the spotlight on six areas that have managed to stay below the radar, but are just perfect for foodie breaks.

    Abergavenny, Wales

    Visitors at the Abergavenny Food Festival, which attracts thousands each year for demonstrations and tastings

    Boasting a much admired food festival, this Monmouthshire hub benefits from vineyards and world-class lamb reared in the Brecon Beacons National Park. 

    Independent producers – cheese and honey are specialties – abound and so, too, do acclaimed chefs. Kevin McFadden, a young Londoner who has cooked at the exalted St John, moved last year for a stint at the Art Shop & Chapel’s cafe (artshopandgallery.co.uk).

    Don’t miss: Wander up the high street, past chocolatiers and butchers, to the indoor Abergavenny Market, held on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

    Tuck in: The Walnut Tree Inn has been reinvigorated by Michelin-starred wizard Shaun Hill (mains about £25, thewalnuttreeinn.com). Alternatively, The Hardwick is one of Britain’s best gastropubs and beloved of Michel Roux (mains about £20, thehardwick.co.uk).

    Stay: The 19th Century inn The Angel Hotel has an adjacent bakery and serves afternoon teas. B&B doubles cost from £109 a night (angelabergavenny.com).

    Best fest: The Abergavenny Food Festival attracts thousands for demonstrations and tastings. This year’s event takes place on September 19 and 20 (abergavennyfoodfestival.com).

    Eastbourne, East Sussex

    Fusciardi’s is one of Britain’s great seaside ice-cream parlours and is located in Eastbourne

    It may be happy to let nearby Brighton hog the limelight but this South Coast resort boasts as good a beach and pier, a prettier, palm-lined promenade, and a quietly superb culinary scene which satisfies its ever more youthful population. 

    Aim for Little Chelsea, a cool quarter of bistros, galleries and record shops, or the cluster of independent restaurants along Terminus Road. Award-winning vineyard Rathfinny is also close by (rathfinnyestate.com).

    Don’t miss: Fusciardi’s is one of Britain’s great seaside ice-cream parlours (fusciardiicecreams.co.uk). Nelson’s, opposite the station, does superlative coffees and brunches (nelsoncoffee.co.uk).

    Tuck in: Stroganoff burgers and mackerel nicoise salads are served at Cru, a wine bar in Hyde Gardens (mains from £13.50, cruwine.co.uk). Dolphin is the town’s classic chippie (dolphinfishbar.com).

    Stay: Inside the aptly named Grand Hotel is The Mirabelle, a fine-dining restaurant overseen by Stephanie Malvoisin, who puts a twist on British classics. B&B doubles cost from £132 (grandeastbourne.com).

    Best fest: The Eastbourne Food and Arts Festival is on July 18.

    Malton, North Yorkshire

    Malton, pictured, in North Yorkshire has been reinvented as ‘Yorkshire’s food capital’ 

    Once host to one of England’s leading horse fairs, Malton’s prospects had much diminished by the late 2000s. Step forward Tom Naylor-Leyland, whose family owns much of the town. 

    His subsequent reinvention of handsome Malton as ‘Yorkshire’s food capital’ has seen its outstanding producers joined by new festivals and food yards.

    Don’t miss: Among the specialist shops, the Malton Relish stands out for its range of deli goods (maltonrelish.co.uk). You’ll find other great shops along The Shambles and around Market Place.

    Tuck in: On Market Place, where cattle were once sold, gastropub The New Malton serves fine Yorkshire food, sometimes with an Asian twist (mains cost from £11, thenewmalton.co.uk). Less formally, Yo Bakehouse’s quiche of the day can be enjoyed in cosy red armchairs (yobakehouse.com).

    Stay: Given a shabby-chic makeover, The Talbot has splendid views over the River Derwent. B&B doubles cost from £100 a night (talbotmalton.co.uk). The hotel is responsible for the Talbot Yard food court opposite – converted stables that are now home to specialty shops such as Roost Coffee and acclaimed macaroon-maker Florian Poirot.

    Best fest: There’s a food market on the second Saturday of each month but the packed events calendar peaks with May’s Food Lovers Festival (visitmalton.com). 

    Aberdeenshire, Scotland

    Serving up a treat: The tender steak on offer at Meldrum House, which champions seasonal local fare in Aberdeenshire 

    The gastro gongs are stacking up in this part of Scotland. Kincardine Castle Kitchen’s Seville Orange blend (kincardinecastle.com) has won gold three years running at the Dalemain World Original Marmalade Awards; shortbread-baker Dean’s in Huntly earned national acclaim for its Lizzie McCoo All Butter version (deans.co.uk); and Low’s Traditional in the town of Westhill came third in last year’s National Fish & Chip Awards (lowstraditional.com).

    Don’t miss: Banchory’s farmers’ market; a seven-stop craft beer crawl in Aberdeen featuring local legends BrewDog; and the city’s exalted cocktail bar Orchid (orchidaberdeen.com).

    Tuck in: Owned by Prince Charles, the cosy, Highland-style Rothesay Rooms in Ballater are famous for their lamb and, of course, Aberdeen Angus beef. Mains cost from £18 (rothesay-rooms.co.uk).

    Stay: A restaurant at Oldmeldrum’s baronial Meldrum House hotel also champions seasonal local fare, including scallops and halibut. B&B doubles cost from £132 a night (meldrumhouse.com).

    Best fest: The family-friendly Taste of Grampian takes place on June 6 this year in Inverurie (tasteofgrampian.co.uk).

    County Down, Northern Ireland

    Dundrum, pictured, in County Down is known for its seafood. The county is leading the renaissance of Northern Irish produce

    County Down is leading the renaissance of Northern Irish produce. Visit for Jersey Royal-rivalling Comber early potatoes, Finnebrogue’s acclaimed wagyu beef and naked bacon, Shortcross gin, potted herring, and oysters from Killough Bay. 

    NI Food Tours (nifoodtours.com) can arrange bespoke trips, while white-sand beaches, loughs and the Mourne Mountains mean the area looks as good as it tastes.

    Don’t miss: Having revived Northern Irish cheese-making, Mike’s Fancy Cheese’s Young Buck raw-milk blue (mfcheese.com) is now found in Michelin-starred restaurants – and sold at McCanns, a general store in Killinchy.

    Tuck in: The Mourne Seafood Bar at Dundrum serves fine chowders (£7, mourneseafood.com). Brunel’s in Newcastle features whey-cooked lamb, or trout with seaweed gel on its menu (mains from £16, brunelsrestaurant.co.uk).

    Stay: As well as B&B rooms from £50 a night, Enniskeen Country House Hotel offers a self-guided Mourne Food & Films Cycle Tour to Game Of Thrones locations (enniskeenhotel.co.uk).

    Best fest: The Hillsborough International Oyster Festival takes place from September 2 to 9 (hrpfoodfestivals.com).

    Castle Douglas, Scotland

    The high street in Castle Douglas, a market town in Dumfries and Galloway. It holds farmers’ and producers’ markets 

    Remember when high streets contained butchers, bakers and greengrocers? This remains the case in Castle Douglas, a market town in Dumfries and Galloway. 

    You’ll also find farmers’ and producers’ markets on the first and third Sundays of each month, and malt whisky distilleries in the surrounding area.

    Don’t miss: Slow-roasted lamb shank pies from Grierson Bros (griersonbros.co.uk), and organic ice cream at Cream o’ Galloway, an amusement park and dairy farm (creamogalloway.co.uk).

    Tuck in: At Mr Pook’s Kitchen, in a former bank HQ, look out for lemon panna cotta with honeyed shortbread (mrpooks.co.uk).

    Stay: Chic B&B rooms at Douglas House cost from £79 a night (douglas-house.com).

    Best fest: June’s Food Town Day (cd-foodtown.org).

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    Six Nations 2020: George Kruis in line for final Twickenham appearance and England star eyes mega-money Japan deal – The Sun

    GEORGE KRUIS could make his final Twickenham appearance next week — ahead of a likely move to Japan.

    The England second-row has a mega-money deal on the table.

    And he is set to make a call on joining the Top League, boasting World Cup legends Dan Carter and Kieran Read, when the Six Nations ends.

    Quitting relegated Saracens for Asia would end Kruis’ Test career, with Eddie Jones only allowed to pick home-based players.

    And Kruis, 30, said: “It’s tough but extremely exciting on all fronts.

    “It’s always emotional playing for England. It is clearly an absolute privilege, so if I stay, it’s an unbelievable opportunity. If I go, it is also a great opportunity.

    “This is something I need to have a proper think about once we have finished up the Six Nations.”

    Sarries and England team-mate Jamie George has no doubt his pal will be big in Japan.

    The hooker said: “George is incredibly impressive. He’s squeezed the most out of his career he possibly could because of the amount of work he’s put in.

    “I remember him joining Saracens as an 18-year-old. He was awful, a bad rugby player, and everyone was like, ‘Is he a competition winner?’.

     

    “Then he gets in the gym and you see how hard he works.

    “He is one of the hardest-working players you will find — and at the lineout he’s a guru.

    "In terms of standard-setting, you don’t need to look much further.”

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