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Brekky Wrap: Woman's Disgusting Acts In Ice Cream Machine

All the news you need to know this Wednesday.

An Australian student who was detained in North Korea has broken his silence, denying claims he was a spy. Alek Sigley, 29, was released last week and expelled from the country. In a social media post, he admitted he was sad that he would never again walk to the streets of Pyongyang.

READ MORE: Alex Sigley Breaks His Silence On Disappearance

A crisis meeting will be held in Brisbane today after six deaths at Queensland mines and quarries within 12 months. Mining executives, unions and politicians will gather at Parliament House to lock down immediate and longer-term measures to improve the health and safety of the industry’s 49,000 workers.

READ MORE: Miner Dies In Queensland Work Accident

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A large cold front is forecast to sweep across southern states bringing a blast of wintry weather. South Australia will cop the worst of it with wind gusts of up to 100 km/hour expected to hit the coastline. Victoria and southern NSW is also expecting damaging winds.

Donald Trump has launched a scathing attack on the U.K. ambassador to the United States. Taking to Twitter overnight, the U.S. president labelled Sir Kim Darroch “wacky”, “pompous”, and “very stupid”. It comes following the leak of secret diplomatic messages that described Trump’s administration as “insecure” and “incompetent”.

READ MORE: Donald Trump Slams 'Foolish' Theresa May And 'Foolish' UK Envoy

A Florida woman has been arrested and charged, accused of urinating in an ice cream machine. It happened at an ice cream store in Indian Shores in June. Jung Soon Wypcha who worked in a business next door was caught on CCTV emptying her waste into a sink used to rinse equipment, shoving her unwashed hands into filled cartons, spitting in cartons and even picking her nose and wiping it on ice cream. The store claims the damage bill was well over US$2,000. She was taken into custody on Monday.

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A woman’s dogs have saved her from a sexual assault in a Melbourne cemetery. The woman was walking the pups through the cemetery on Champion Road in Williamstown on June 29 when a man allegedly pushed her to the ground and attempted to pull her pants down. The dogs attacked, and the offender fled. He remains on the run. Police are calling for anyone with information to come forward.

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NSW Detectives posing as mothers of young girls have arrested and charged three men for allegedly trying to groom children online. A fourth allegedly believed he was speaking to a 14-year-old girl. Police are urging parents and carers to monitor their child’s online activities.

Police sign Sydney Australia. Source: Getty Images.

In sport, 80-thousand people are expected to pack into ANZ Stadium tonight for the State of Origin decider. And the first World Cup semi-final between India and New Zealand has been pushed into a second day after the rain stopped play.

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