DON’T PANIC BUY ERM, PANIC BUY!
IT TOOK us a while to work out what supermodel Kate Upton is promoting in this advert.
But, after a while, someone noticed the earphones in the picture.
And the shapely stunna, from Michigan, USA, has squeezed her 33Ds into a bikini to help flog Skullcandy headphones.
Kate, 19, said: “I’m a long-time fan of Skullcandy and can’t wait to unveil some of the fun things we have planned.”
An electronics industry insider said: “We can think of two things most people would like her to unveil.” THE GOVERNMENT has made an amazing u-turn on its advice to motorists over a potential strike by fuel tanker drivers.
A walkout could close thousands of petrol stations – leading to shortages across the country – but on Monday Downing Street told everyone not to panic buy.
They said soldiers would be drafted in to drive the tankers, meaning fuel supplies would be kept up.
But yesterday the Prime Minister’s official spokeswoman appeared to tell motorists who rely on their cars to for work to fill their tanks.
Asked if the time had come for individuals to start filling up their tanks, the Prime Minister’s official spokeswoman said: “I think people will draw their own conclusions.”
She added: “Businesses and those who rely on vehicles for their work should ensure contingency plans are in place. It is always prudent to have plans in place.”
Unite union members voted in favour of industrial action in a dispute over health and safety and they could begin next week.
The union said strikes were supported by an average of 69 per cent in the five firms, which deliver fuel to Shell and Esso garages as well as supermarkets such as Tesco and Sainsbury’s.
The vote could pave the way for the first nationwide action for more than 10 years. Unite drivers supply fuel to 90 per cent of forecourts and there are fears that action could close up to 7,900 petrol stations, potentially bringing the country to a standstill over Easter.
When the drivers – who are paid an average of £45,000 – went on strike in 2000, panic buying caused the pumps to run dry within days and garages had to ration fuel.
FUEL TO BELIEVE: There was ruddy carnage last time!