Sumeet Raghvan Takes A Dig At Aamir Khan's Video, Asks How Difficult Is It To Say 'Shinde'

Sumeet Raghvan Takes A Dig At Aamir Khan’s Video, Asks How Difficult Is It To Say ‘Shinde’

Actor Sumeet Raghvan recently called out Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan on Twitter. Sumeet Rag…
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It worked! Single man, 30, who spent £425 on massive billboard ad in desperate bid to find a …

A single man who bought a massive roadside billboard asking for applicants to date him has revealed…
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Residents’ horror as ‘rat shrine’ is found on Sheffield’s troubled ‘Jeremy Kyle’ estate

The area has been plagued by rodents Residents on a troubled estate infested with litter and rodents have been left digusted by a “rat shrine” which has appeared in the middle of the street. Over the weekend, a shrine to a dead rat was created in Page Hall, Sheffield, much to the horror of residents on the estate which has been dubbed the city's “Jeremy Kyle” estate. A woman who lives in Popple Street was incensed by the creation which saw somebody put yellow “enviro-crime scene” tape over the rat. She said: “Someone has a sick sense of humour in Page Hall…this is a shrine to a dead rat.” The shrine is thought to have appeared on the street on Saturday night and has since been removed. Page Hall has been described in the past as a “rodents' playground”, with the furry pests described by some residents as “monster-sized”. A Freedom of Information request submitted by Yorkshire Live found that in 2019, Popple Street was Sheffield's most rat-infested street, with the Page Hall area as a whole flagged as a hotspot for rodents. Exterminators were called out to the street a whopping 157 times over the course of the year, with other nearby roads such as Robey Street, Lloyd Street and Wade Street also receiving a similarly high number of visits. We send out daily newsletters with the best news and features – enter your email address here to sign up. You can also find SouthYorkshireLive on Facebook and Twitter, and download our YorkshireLive app which is completely customisable! More recently, as well as rat-infested and litter-strewn streets, residents in Page Hall have been frustrated by groups in the area flouting the rules on social gatherings. Groups of more than six have been seen congregating in the area and residents fear it could cause coronavirus to spread.
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