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ANY­THING with Tom Hardy in is al­right by me, but I was re­ally im­pressed by his new show

which started on BBC One on Satur­day. The show is re­ally dark and mys­te­ri­ous and I al­ready can’t wait to watch the next episode. Loads of peo­ple were com­plain­ing on Twit­ter about the cast mum­bling, but I didn’t no­tice, to be hon­est. Maybe they need to stop whing­ing and check what vol­ume their TV’s on! I WANT to send my heart­felt con­do­lences to a very good friend of mine, Preeti Young, who is go­ing through a tough time at the mo­ment af­ter her gor­geous French Bull­dog Blake had to be put to sleep.

He was such a lovely lit­tle dog and every­one in the glam­our in­dus­try ab­so­lutely loved see­ing him on shoots. Preeti was an amaz­ing mum to him too and he was such a happy dog while alive.

I know from ex­pe­ri­ence how hard it can be when you lose a pet, es­pe­cially a dog, so I just wanted to let her know that I am think­ing of her. A MAN ac­cused of ex­pos­ing him­self while sit­ting in his car was al­lowed to roll a cig­a­rette in court – to demon­strate what he was do­ing at the time.

Gra­ham Seed­burgh, 27, claimed he had been seated be­hind the wheel of his car rolling a fag and us­ing the crotch area of his trousers as a ‘ta­ble’.

But the jury at St Al­bans Crown Court re­jected his ac­count and con­victed him of two of­fences of ex­pos­ing him­self to women. clearly mas­tur­bat­ing.

One fe­male vic­tim said: “His pri­vate parts were un­cov­ered and I could see that he was plea­sur­ing him­self.

“I said ‘Oh my God’ and pulled out of the car win­dow and walked away.”

The first of­fence took place on April 18, 2014, at around 4.20pm.

An­other of­fence took place on April 29 just af­ter 1.30pm.

In both cases, the women told po­lice the cul­prit had a pony­tail and was be­hind the wheel of a dark car.

Fol­low­ing the last in­ci­dent, the fe­male vic­tim man­aged to take down part of the num­ber plate of the car. CON­VICTED: Gra­ham Seed­burgh

This lead to the ar­rest of Seed­bugh who was liv­ing at the time with his par­ents in Bushey and driv­ing a dark blue Rover 25.

Dur­ing his trial last month he had de­nied ex­pos­ing him­self to the two women.

Pass­ing sen­tence Judge Stephen Warner told Seed­burgh: “On both oc­ca­sions, what you did was done with the in­ten­tion of caus­ing alarm and dis­tress to the ladies. I am sure you did this for your own sex­ual grat­i­fi­ca­tion.”

Seed­burgh was given a two-year com­mu­nity or­der with su­per­vi­sion and must at­tend a sex of­fender treat­ment pro­gramme.

He must also sign the Sex Of­fend­ers Regis­ter for the next five years.

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