Back of the hairnet
Ex-England footballer Michael Gray is to undergo the first UK hair transplant of its kind to be streamed live on the internet.
Mr Gray, 37, known as Micky, and now a pundit on Talksport, will take part in a real-time question and answer session as well as tweeting through his surgery in an effort to provide more information and answer questions about transplants.
The procedure is thought to be the first of its kind to be streamed live in the UK and will be performed by Dr Bessam Farjo, an authority on hair loss and hair transplant surgery, who will also answer questions as he carries out the surgery.
Cameron leaves daughter at pub
British Prime Minister David Cameron accidentally left his eight-year-old daughter at the pub after a family lunch following a mix-up with his wife, his Downing Street office confirmed yesterday.
Nancy Cameron wandered off to the toilets while the premier and his wife Samantha were arranging lifts from the pub near his country residence outside London, and the couple only realised she was missing once they got home.
A Downing Street spokesman said the Camerons took full responsibility for the incident, which happened a “couple of months ago”.
Nancy was separated from her parents for around 15 minutes before Mr Cameron collected her.
Euro couch potatoes
Sports fans will watch more than 24 hours of television during the17 days of the Olympic Games, according to new research.
A report, commissioned by digital television service Freeview, found the average viewer will watch 97 minutes a day everyday for the duration of the event.
And more than eight million people will share their experience online, with more than 180 million Olympic-inspired tweets expected to be sent during the games.