TOWIE BAR BRAWL AR­REST

Midweek Sport - - GADGET BOY -

Coco Austin, 34, had her Twit­ter fol­low­ers in a lather when she posted a racy rude video on the so­cial net­work.

The blonde babe wore just a tiny sil­ver thong and chained NIP­PLE tas­sels for the raunchy on­line flick.

She’s been mar­ried to Ice T, 55, since 1955.

Twit­ter user @RealDeal978 com­mented: “That’s one real lucky hus­band. She’s gor­geous!” FOUR men ended up in hos­pi­tal af­ter a mass brawl at a bar owned by The Only Way is Es­sex star Ricky Ray­ment.

Po­lice were called to Bar Blanco in Rayleigh, Es­sex, at 12.30am on Sun­day af­ter vi­o­lence erupted.

Door­men tried to kick out a stag party when things turned nasty and sev­eral peo­ple were in­jured in a fight.

One fe­male wit­ness said: “Five po­lice cars turned up. The fight started in­side the bar – it was aw­ful. They were throw­ing fur­ni­ture.”

The bar, which opened in Novem­ber last year, has ap­peared on the ITV2 re­al­ity show and is owned by Ricky ( left) and his un­cle, Danny Salmon.

Es­sex Po­lice said a 29-year-old man from Rom­ford was ar­rested on sus­pi­cion of af­fray and has been bailed. Grippy Pad – £6.99 WHEN you’re driv­ing around and the phone rings we all know you can’t put it up to the side of your head – that’s naughty!

But with this grippy pad you can just slap it on to the dash­board and use the speaker while you drive about. It’s use­ful, cheap and you won’t cop mas­sive fines for talk­ing while driv­ing. Shock Pen – £2 WHEN I was at school, peo­ple used to get me with th­ese bloody things all the time. It’s just a nor­mal look­ing pen that hurts like a mother flip­per when you press it.

And if you are any­thing like me then putting it on your face will cause funny spasms that make you look a bit de­mented. A lot of fun, pretty child­ish – per­fect! Credit Card Ra­zor – £9.99 IF YOU’RE ever out and about and need a shave (it COULD hap­pen) then this is per­fect (but se­ri­ously no, don’t stab any­one.).

It’s an easy-to-use ra­zor the size of a credit card (just like it says on the tin...) that fits snugly into your wallet for trim­ming that beard on the go. I’ll let you know what it’s like I can shave... WHEN you’ve set­tled down to watch Bruce Wil­lis mur­der his way through the en­tire pop­u­la­tion of a small Euro­pean coun­try, you want to hear ev­ery scream in great de­tail.

So, once you’ve spent an arm and a leg on a mas­sive flat screen, you need a mas­sive speaker to go with it. And the AV-Lance cer­tainly fits the bill. It’s sleek, ridicu­lously stylish and of­fers pretty epic sound con­sid­er­ing you won’t have to re­mort­gage your house to

buy it.

Don’t get me wrong it will still take a hefty chunk out of your monthly wage, but com­pared to sim­i­lar prod­ucts out there it’s a bloody steal.

As I am es­sen­tially a child, I re­ally en­joyed the snazzy bright yel­low go-faster stripes on the side of it. It gives it just a lit­tle bit of ex­tra oomph.

But what is most sur­pris­ing about this is the sheer size and weight of it.

This isn’t a crappy lot of plas­tic thrown to­gether to keep costs down.

It’s a real, sub­stan­tial and well-made bit of kit (not sur­pris­ing since it’s made here in good old Blighty).

So when it gets de­liv­ered and you’ve lugged it into the liv­ing room you won’t feel as though you’ve been shafted.

You may have a bad back though.

Sob­bing

It stands safely on two me­tal stands which can be swiv­elled around if you fancy dan­gling it from the wall. Or you can just plonk them down any­where you want if not.

There’s an op­ti­cal dig­i­tal in­put, ana­logue stereo in­put and a 3.5mm aux­il­iary socket, so you have plenty of op­tions when it comes to plug­ging it in.

And it has plenty of dif­fer­ent modes as well to op­ti­mise the way you lis­ten to stuff.

One prob­lem though is that there isn’t a lit­tle screen that tells you what’s go­ing on.

You’ll have to sit there and de­ci­pher what all the lit­tle lights in the cor­ner mean.

But once you’ve cracked the code you’ll be away. There re­ally is a dif­fer­ence in sound when it comes to the dif­fer­ent modes.

When you’re set­tling in to watch P.S. I Love You just flip the set­ting over to SRS TruSur­round HD and in a flash you’ll be able to hear what’s be­ing said over my big girly sob­bing.

And when it comes to mu­sic just flick over to SRS Wow HD and be­fore you know it you’ll be able to hear Michael Bolton over the sound of my big girly sob­bing.

At 11cms tall and 100cms wide it’s not ex­actly the dain­ti­est of things, but who wants an awe­some speaker un­less it’s big enough to see.

The wire­less sub-woofer works per­fectly and can be placed pretty much any­where you wish.

With speak­ers it al­ways comes down to sound qual­ity – and that’s some­thing this does bloody well con­sid­er­ing it’s a bar­gain.

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