Hong Kong yacht Bri­tons miss­ing

Midweek Sport - - NEWS -

A SEARCH op­er­a­tion was last night un­der way to find two Brits lost at sea be­tween Hong Kong and the Philip­pines.

The For­eign Of­fice said it was “li­ais­ing ur­gently” with lo­cal author­i­ties af­ter a yacht car­ry­ing the pair went miss­ing as it trav­elled to Su­bic Bay, north west of Manila.

The Philip­pine coast­guard said the Europa yacht, which was also car­ry­ing an Amer­i­can, a Cana­dian and a Filipino, went miss­ing at the time a storm was af­fect­ing the re­gion last week.

A Philip­pine coast guard spokesman said the ves­sel left Hong Kong on Thurs­day and failed to ar­rive in Su­bic Bay as ex­pected at the week­end.

The Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club said an emer­gency ra­dio bea­con was ac­ti­vated on the yacht on Satur­day. THE new Sky At­lantic hos­pi­tal se­ries

is bound to raise tem­per­a­tures with these two game stun­nas on the wards.

The show fol­lows tu­nic pop­ping Edie Falco, 52, as a nurse bat­tling to work in a strug­gling health care sys­tem in New York.

Edie’s clearly never strug­gled to get her kit off for the cam­era – be­cause here she is strip­ping for movie

in 2005. But if her well pert pa­tient-pleasers weren’t enough, her hos­pi­tal helper Betty Gilpin makes sure view­ers are gripped, es­pe­cially when the 28-year-old ac­tress loses her clothes on the job.

A telly in­sider said: “View­ers will sure need to watch their blood pres­sure while watch­ing these two naughty nurses.”

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