Brit cops arrest ‘Europe’s most wanted’ fugitive
AUSSIE BABES’ GLITTER STRIP
A GROUP of pals stripped NAKED in the middle of the Australian outback to help women embrace their bodies.
The group, aged between 19 and 36, bared all as part of their fourth empowering photoshoot ‘Positively Glittered’.
They covered their nude curves with body glitter and struck up a number of saucy poses as photographer Jill Kerswill snapped them against paddocks and windmills and even bent over fences, baring their behinds.
She said: “There’s always a moment as the girls strip down where they seem hesitant.
“They might touch their bellies or lift up their boobs, because it’s something they’re self-conscious about.”
She added: “Watching women in their most vulnerable state relax into their own skin, seeing strangers become sisters, is something I wish everyone could experience.” A BUSINESSMAN described as one of Europe’s “most wanted fugitives” has been arrested in the UK.
Ivica Todoric, 66 ( above), who is wanted in Croatia for fraud and corruption offences, was arrested yesterday by officers from the Metropolitan Police Extradition Unit.
He is the founder of Croatia’s biggest private firm, Agrokor, which has racked up billions in debt.
Todoric previously said the accusations against him and his associates were unfounded and part of a “political process”.
A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: “A man has been arrested on a European Arrest Warrant.”
Croatian police raided Todoric’s home last month along with those of his former aides over Agrokor’s financial collapse.
The state prosecutor’s office said 15 people were suspected of “criminal acts against the economy and fraud”.
Todoric was described as one of Europe’s most wanted fugitives by Europol. ANGEL Falls in Venezuela is 17 times higher than Niagara Falls that straddle the Canada and US border