Brekky Wrap: Model Cries, Faints After Hair Cut During Makeover Show
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A model has broken down and fainted after a chunk of her hair was cut off during a reality makeover show in Turkey. Ilyada appeared on Kuaförüm Sensin, which sees hairdressers and stylists competing to transform the look of their contestants -- the hair is then donated to a charity which makes wigs for cancer sufferers. While it all sounds positive, Ilyada's response to her 30-centimetre hair chop certainly wasn't. After feeling the length, the contestant burst into tears and stormed from the set, fainting along the way. Thankfully she was caught by the host and avoided injury.
The Queen has addressed parliament in the U.K. focussing on Brexit. Britain is scheduled to leave the European Union on October 31, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson vowing to meet the deadline with or without a deal. Her majesty confirmed that the government's focus is on working towards a new partnership with the EU based on free trade and friendly cooperation.
Back home, a three-year-old girl has died after she was hit by a car outside a childcare centre in Melbourne’s north. The girl was struck on McDonalds Road in Epping just before 5pm yesterday. A woman was taken to hospital in a stable condition, while the driver has been questioned by police.
Pill testing could soon be introduced at NSW music festivals. The measure is one of dozens of recommendations to come out of an inquest into six drug-related deaths, according to the Daily Telegraph. A reduction of police operations at the events has also been recommended. The findings are expected to be handed down next month.
An investigation has been launched after five fires were deliberately lit in Sydney. Fire crews were called to blazes at a shop, two homes, a garage and car -- all in Glebe overnight. A joint investigation has commenced between police and Fire and Rescue NSW.
More than half of young Australian men believe that society expects them to “man up” and be “emotionally strong”. The survey of more than 1000 men aged between 18 an 34, released by Movember, also found that two-in-five have avoided talking about their problems because they don’t want to feel like less of a man. "It is worrying that Australia’s young men are still feeling under pressure to conform to age-old, masculine stereotypes that stop them from talking about the things that keep them up at night," Movember Global Mental Health Director Brendan Maher said.
WA captain Mitch Marsh is likely to miss the first test of the season after breaking his bowling hand. The allrounder punched a dressing-room wall during a Sheffield Shield match. Coach Adam Voges described the incident as inappropriate and disappointing.
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