Man snatches iPhone to shoot TikTok video

first_imgNew Delhi: In order to shoot videos for social media application, a person snatched an I phone XS in East Delhi area. He was arrested by police.According to police, on June 12 a complaint was received in Preet Vihar police station wherein complainant Jatin Chhabra alleged that he had given an ad on the internet to sell his I phone, XS and phone deal was finalised for Rs 80,000. Both parties agreed to meet near Preet Vihar, red light to deliver the phone. Also Read – Kejriwal ‘denied political clearance’ to attend climate meet in DenmarkAt about 6 PM, the complainant met accused Jatin Nagar(20). “Suddenly Jatin Nagar snatched his mobile and ran away. On June 15, when Jatin Nagar was commuting via Vikas Marg local police apprehended him with his KTM bike,” police said. Deputy Commissioner of Police ( East) Jasmeet Singh said that as per his version he uploads video through Tiktok and earn money. For shooting video he has snatched this mobile from the complainant as this mobile has all features for good shooting. He is at present working in the call centre, Kaushambi. No previous criminal record. “The accused had told during interrogation that he used to get Rs.3 per like on the video which he uploads in social media, “said Singh. In another case, valuables of a 74-year-old woman were robbed by bike-borne men in Tughlak Road area. She came down from her car when the accused targeted her valuables.last_img read more

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11 ice creams from an Irish childhood that must be brought back

first_imgSUMMER IS UPON us and that means only one thing.Ice cream. But what of the forgotten ice creams? The fan favourites that have gone up to the great big freezer in the sky?We want them back. And the campaign to get them back starts HERE, my friends.1. Fat FrogsPretty much the Holy Grail of lost ice creams. We need some sort of Indiana Jones of ice cream, a Raider of the Lost Lollies, to sort out getting the Fat Frog back for us. Why did it ever leave? Source: SMQ1369/YouTube2. The Jurassic Park ice lollyThis was a limited edition treat, and we’re urging any DailyEdge.ie readers with pictures of one (or the wrapper) to send them in to [email protected] This delectable confection had the green exterior of a Fat Frog, with gooey red innards. Surely someone else out there must remember?Further to this limited edition dream cream, here’s another one-time-only run – the summer of sin with Magnum in 2003: Source: Fbcdn/HB Ice Cream Memories3. Solero ShotsLittle containers of goodness. Pellets of ice and food colouring and sugar. Basically, exactly what you wanted as a youngster on a sunny day. Shake ‘em into your mouth. Hands-free ice cream – as good as it gets. Source: culy.nl4. DraculaA more macabre ice lolly than your average – “blood red innards” and all. Source: Brand New Retro5. ThatawaysAn ice cream perfect for gesticulating rude things to your pals with. Every time we see those foam fingers at American sporting events, a tug in our heart longs for a Thataway. Source: Fbcdn/HB Ice Cream Memories6. SkyThe Sky ice cream bar was vanilla with a stick of bubble-filled aerated chocolate through the middle, covered in more chocolate. If you had 50p in your pocket, a Sky could be all yours. Careful not to get it down your new Care Bears top now. Source: Facebook/HB Ice Cream Memories7. SparklesTruly retro, but appeared down throughout the years – even until very recently – in various forms, colours and under slightly-different guises. Pure orange Sparkler anyone? Source: Facebook/HB Ice Cream Memories8. Chilly WillyThe possibilities for juvenile japes and puns with this “water ice” was endless. We’re still not mature enough to take this name seriously. Snigger. Source: HB Ice Cream Memories9. HiawathaAll the way from 1980. Shush, hold us now. We can’t believe it’s been that long either. Although, to be fair, they probably wouldn’t get away with this type of representation of Native Americans these days. Source: HB Ice Cream Memories10. The JumboThis wrapper dates from back in 1982, but the Jumbo stuck around a lot longer than that. When you think about it, the Jumbo was kind of a cross between a chocolate mallow and an ice cream sandwich. A match made in icy cold heaven. Source: HB Ice Cream Memories/Facebook11. And don’t let the new “Funny Foot” fool you, gang…It’s not the beloved Freaky Foot of yore. Source: AkamaihdWhat long-lost ice cream would you like to see back in your local newsagent or ice cream van? Let us know in the comments. Let’s share the grief.Read: Irish ice creams: A definitive ranking from worst to best>Read: 11 insane and incredible ice creams we want to eat right now>last_img read more

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