Look who's found himself a worldie: Geordie Shore's James Tindale holidays in Dubai with mystery brunette
Compared to his co-stars, he's not much of a ladies' man - despite what he might think.
But while holidaying in Dubai in October, it seems that Geordie Shore's James Tindale's luck may have changed.
Pictured lapping up the sun in the United Arab Emirates, the metro-sexual 22-year-old found himself in the company of a mystery brunette.
Finally got himself a worldie: Geordie Shore's James Tindale was pictured soaking up the sun as he holidayed in Dubai with a mystery brunette
Topping up their tans: James and the brunette walked hand in hand along the beach
James matched his perfectly groomed eyebrows to his date's as they walked hand in hand along the beach.
Both showing off their tans, the pair were seen testing out the water whiles Tindale made sure not to get his hair wet.
Wearing a pair of short bright green swimming trunks, the Consett born reality TV star put his toned torso on display as he shared a kiss with his holiday romance.
He's definitely a beefcake: The 22-year-old wore a pair of short bright green swimming trunks
The look of lust: James gazed into the girl's eyes as they showed off their sunkissed skin
Don't mess with the comb-over: As James tested the water with his date he made sure not to get his hair wet
Enjoying his time in luxurious city, James tweeted: 'Having the best time ever in Dubai :D so good just being able to relax!! Tans coming on nicely :-)'
The pair were also seen taking a seat indoors where they sipped on cocktails and engaged in some more public displays of affection.
James, who describes himself as funny, cheeky, vain and handsome, appeared to be in good spirits as he got comfortable with his lady.
But one person who will not be in the best of moods once she finds out what James got up to in Dubai will be his co-star Holly Hagan, who got very close to James in Cancun during the last series of the MTV show.
Catch you later: The brunette wore a patterned monokini as she splashed about with James
Putting his feet up: the reality TV star took to his Twitter account in October while he visited the luxurious city to tell his followers all
Matching eyebrows: The pair seemed to be in good spirits as they sat in an inflatable kayak
Groomed to perfection: James was seen getting an eyeful of the brunette's assets
Geordie Shore will be returning for its fourth series on Tuesday November 6 at 10pm on MTV.
Following the departure of Rebecca Walker and Jay Gardner, new beefcakes Daniel Thomas-Tuck and Scott Timlin will be joining in on the madness.
Sure to cause chaos, this series will see the boys battle the original cast members of the show as they try to make their mark on the hard-partying group.
Holly will not be happy: In the last series of Geordie Shore James got very close to his co-star Hagan
Back soon... The fourth series of the hit MTV show return on Tuesday November
No holds barred: The professional 'cuddler' who makes $260 a day by inviting strangers to take a nap with her at home
Spooning peacefully in a double bed, this pair could be any normal couple on a Sunday morning.
But revisit the scene an hour later and Jackie Samuel will be curled up in the arms of another man.
The 29-year-old is a professional cuddler. She turned to snuggling with strangers to help pay for her studies and provide for her young son.
Comfort zone: Jackie Samuel cuddles her client at The Snuggery in Rochester, New York
Snuggle up: Model Jessica Dobson enjoys a cuddle session with Jackie Samuel, costing her $60 an hour
She can make $260 a day and cuddles with up to 30 men a week - including pensioners and war veterans.
However, her business 'The Snuggery' has not gone unnoticed and her college has threatened to expel her - while others have called her a prostitute.
She said: 'I think I was born knowing how to snuggle. Snuggling is healthy, spiritual and fun.
'I think clients come to me for all different kinds of reasons. Some of my older clients, their wives have passed away, and they just need someone to be with, like someone to experience touch with.
'Some of the younger clients are between relationships, some are in problematic relationships, and some people are just really curious and they come to just find out what it's going to be like.'
Jackie advertises her services online and charges $60 an hour.
Controversial: The 29-year-old says that she has been called a prostitute over her cuddling service
Paying for intimacy: Customers can snuggle anywhere in Jackie's house but most opt for her large double bed
Novel idea: Jackie started the business to fund her studies and support her young son
The cuddling can take place anywhere around her cottage in Rochester, New York, but most clients opt to use her large double bed.
They are banned from touching parts of her body covered by underwear, which she wears under pyjamas.
The business has done so well she has even hired another snuggling professional, Colleen.
Her apprentice has yet to take on a client by herself but has joined Jackie on two occasions in what they have termed a 'double cuddle'.
Despite her strict rules on sexual activity, Jackie has received a barrage of emails and phone calls slamming her as a prostitute.
Sweet dreams: Jackie came up with the idea which has become so popular she has had to hire a second professional cuddler
Eyes wide shut: Model Jessica Dobson enjoys a relaxing session with Jackie
She added: 'Some have said I am worse than a prostitute because they think snuggling is more intimate than sex. I've been told I'm monetizing love.'
One of her repeat customers, who would only give his name as Tim, disagrees with her critics.
He said Jackie's cuddles had helped him following a bad break-up and described the sessions as 'meditative'.
He even said he would continue to see her while in a relationship.
'There's no cheating element, it's not immoral,' he said.
Little spoon: But Jackie draws the line at intimate touching
Bedtime reading: Jackie says she has a number of repeat customers
Jackie cuddles up to 30 men a week as well as a number of women
£624 insult to a rape victim: That's all cruel internet bullies must pay after using Twitter to name and vilify girl attacked by footballer
|Nine people who illegally named a woman raped by a footballer were told to pay her just £624 each in compensation yesterday.The nine, who included a woman teacher, posted messages on Twitter and Facebook accusing the 19 year old of being a ‘money-grabbing slut’ who had made up the attack.Some are on benefits and will be able to pay the debt off at £6 a week – denying the teenager full compensation for two years.Last night the former Tory MP who reported the internet bullies to police said the judge’s lenient sentence ‘sickened her’.
Fined but not jailed: Daniel Cardwell, 25, left, arrives at Prestatyn Magistrates' Court, where he and Paul Devine, 26, right, were fined for naming a woman raped by footballer Ched Evans
‘A teenage rape victim was insulted, demeaned and named – and the perpetrators get fined just a few hundred quid. The law must change to protect victims,’ said Louise Mensch.Sandra McNeill from Rape Crisis Leeds said: ‘The fine is outrageous. The law, which protects the anonymity of rape victims, needs to be adequately applied.‘If somebody breaks the law they should go to jail – and not be given paltry fines. Someone senior needs to have a word with that judge.’
Court appearance: Gemma Thomas, 18, left, and Michael Ashton, 21, right, were among the nine condemned for making comments on social networking sites
The teenager is said to have been traumatised by the heated online discussion after Ched Evans was convicted in April of raping her the previous May.The nine posted the messages about her with ‘deliberate malice’ after the 23-year-old Wales and Sheffield United striker was jailed for five years for the hotel room assault.The defendants appeared at Prestatyn Magistrates' Court in North Wales charged with publishing material likely to lead members of the public to identify the complainant in a rape case.They claimed not to know that identifying a rape victim was a criminal offence.Policing the internet is proving a challenge for constabularies and the case involving such a large group is believed to be unprecedented.The offence – in a case which went to the Attorney General for consent before charges were laid – carried a maximum fine of £5,000.District judge Andrew Shaw rejected other sentencing options in favour of ordering the payment of compensation. Technically, this means the nine – including a biology teacher, a cousin of the player and football supporters – were not even fined.‘Rape is a taboo in every civilised society,’ said the judge. ‘It is viewed in this way because it is a crime against women which subjects them to the most intimate personal violation.‘For reasons which I had thought were within the common knowledge of most intelligent people in this country we offer further protection for the victims of rape by prohibiting the publication of their names and personal details.’But Christopher Hutchins, a lawyer, said: ‘No fine can put back into the box the fact that the victim has been identified.’
Arrested: Dominic Green, 23, was one of the nine held and later convicted over the naming of the victim
Guilty: Benjamin Davies, 27, left, and Craig MacDonald, 26, right, were among the group who passed round comments such as 'money grabbing whore' about the victim
He said the case sent a ‘public health warning’ to all those who use social media and treat it ‘as a conversation’ when it has a ‘far greater ability to spread virally and cause serious harm’.Last night campaigner Jill Saward, who was the victim of the Ealing Vicarage rape in 1986, said the punishment should have been stiffer.
Shamed: Shaun Littler, 22, covers his face outside court, left, while Holly Price, 25, right, faced obscured by umbrella, is also publicity shy
‘I don’t think it’s enough,’ she said. ‘It’s very difficult for victims to come forward when you are dealing with celebrity cases. ‘Questions are raised about your integrity and people will slag you off because you have made a claim against someone who is famous. ‘Sentences need to be a lot stiffer than they currently are. It is not much of a deterrent.’The judge told the offenders they had identified the victim, some with abusive comments and others with ‘deliberate malice’.He added: ‘You did so without proper knowledge of the facts and without any heed of the feelings of the victim.‘Your actions have revictimised this woman again. It is not for you to take the law into your own hands as you did. In my view you best atone for what you have done by paying compensation.’He ordered them to pay a total of £5,616 in compensation as their only punishment.Nita Dowell, prosecuting, told the court the case attracted a huge amount of interest nationally and internationally and there were 6,000 mentions on Twitter.She said North Wales Police received numerous complaints from members of the public and from groups such as Rape Crisis about the victim’s treatment online.Holly Price, 26, a college biology teacher from Prestatyn, retweeted a comment calling the victim a ‘money-grabbing slut’.Price later told police that she had been an idiot and wanted to apologise to the victim.
Convicted: Footballer Ched Evans was found guilty of rape in April and today nine people admitted revealing the name of the victim online
Admission: The nine said they didn't realise what they had done was a crime, Prestatyn Magistrates' Court heard
Gemma Thomas, 18, a pub worker and cousin of Evans from Rhyl, described the victim as a ‘money-grabbing little tramp’ and ‘dirty slapper’.
Star: Evans was an established striker with Sheffield United (pictured scoring against Swansea City) - and some of the people involved in naming the rape victim were Blades fans
Dominic Green, 23, also from the player’s home town, named the victim on Facebook in what he accepted was ‘an act of utter stupidity’. Jobless Paul Devine, from Sheffield, wrote on Facebook: ‘She’s to blame for her downfall. Let’s find her address.’ His lawyer said the 26 year old had no intention of doing so and deleted the post four hours later. Jobless Benjamin Davies, a 27 year old from Rhyl who was a friend of the footballer, made an abusive comment on Twitter.Michael Ashton, 21, of Llanddulas, Colwyn Bay, tweeted she had ‘cried rape’ and she ‘made him sick’.He removed the post after his law student girlfriend told him it was illegal.Shaun Littler, a 22-year-old hotel receptionist and football fan from Sheffield, suggested on Twitter the victim had ‘cried rape before’. He later told police he was ‘devastated’ that Sheffield United had lost Evans as a result of the trial because he was the team’s best player.Another fan Daniel Cardwell, 25 and from Sheffield, told police he was drunk when he insulted the victim on Twitter.And jobless Craig MacDonald, 26, from Prestatyn, tweeted the woman was a ‘money-grabbing slut’.
TWITTER ABUSE THAT HAS LED TO A JAIL SENTENCE
The maximum penalty for revealing the identity of a rape victim is just a fine.
But other social media users who have broken different laws online have gone to jail.
After the footballer Fabrice Muamba collapsed on the pitch from a heart attack during a Bolton Wanderers match, student Liam Stacey, 21, was sent to prison for inciting racial hatred over abusive texts.
He was sentenced to 56 days in prison.
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What a little monkey! Giuliana Rancic settles on dressing her baby son Duke as a football after he refuses to wear his animal costume
She had plans to put him in a cute monkey hat and costume.
But Giuliana Rancic's baby boy Duke wasn't having it on Thursday night.
Instead the E! presenter settled on dressing the tiny tot as a football, with the aid of a cute beanie hat.
Adorable: Giuliana Rancic dressed her son Duke as a football for Halloween
The 38-year-old posted an adorable snap of her son on her Twitter account for all to see.
Little Duke is seen nestled in his baby carrier wearing the sports-themed hat on his head, smiling for the camera.
'After a near breakdown putting on his monkey hat and costume—which mommy insisted on!—Duke was much more content as his dad's original idea...a football for Halloween,' Giuliana wrote in the accompanying Tweet.
Battle: Duke wore the hat after Giuliana originally wanted him to wear a monkey hat and costume
Proud parents: Giuliana and her husband Bill welcomed little Duke on August 29, 2012, via surrogate, following her very public battle with infertility
Giuliana and her husband Bill welcomed little Duke on August 29, 2012, via surrogate, following her very public battle with infertility.
Recently the TV presenter revealed she had no idea pursuing her dreams of a career would put her hopes of having a family in jeopardy.
Giuliana was 35 when she and husband Bill began trying for a family - but had already left it too late.
Opening up: Recently Giuliana revealed she had no idea pursuing her dreams of a career would put her hopes of having a family in jeopardy in the November issue of U.S Health
'I always say how I chased my career instead of chasing guys,' she revealed in the November issue of the U.S. magazine Health.
'And everybody was patting me on the back. No one ever told me, "Oh, by the way, your eggs change when you reach a certain age." I didn't think 35 was old!
'So when the doctor said, "It’s not as easy as you thought it would be," it was a real blow. Because I felt so young.'
She explained that had thought she was in perfect health.
'I mean, this is a girl who was running six miles a day, and eating healthy, so how can you tell me that I’m not healthy in that department?'
Giuliana's failed battle to conceive through IVF, her subsequent diagnosis with breast cancer, then her journey to motherhood through surrogacy, formed the major plotline of her show Giuliana & Bill on the Style network.
Giuliana told the magazine she would never have agreed to do the show had she known what was to come.
'Had you given me a crystal ball when we were signing on to do the reality show that said, "This is what's coming up, do you want to do it?" I would've said absolutely not,' she said.
'You couldn't pay me enough. But, looking back, I'm so happy that I did do it.
E! presenter Giuliana admitted she found it tough to see others around her seemingly falling pregnant with ease.
She said she experienced jealousy, thinking: 'I'm a good person, and I could give someone the greatest life of all, but yet I can't get pregnant.
Adorable: Bill Rancic shared this picture of Duke at the start of this month
'And then you watch these TV shows, 16 and Pregnant, and these girls who want nothing to do with their babies are pregnant. And you're going, what?'
Giuliana had gone through two failed IVF cycles, one of which ended in miscarriage, before tests unexpectedly revealed she had breast cancer at 36.
The disease was in its early stages, and would not have been discovered were it not for the IVF.
Giuliana's wish to have a child had a happy ending, when she and husband Bill, 41, finally welcomed their son Edward Duke via surrogate.
And she says Bill was her rock when received the shock news that she had cancer.
'Afterward, I ran into my dressing room and started hysterically crying,' she said. 'Bill was really the one who had to pick me up off the floor and say, "Hey, we’re making a plan here." He took over.'
And she said she made herself stay as positive as possible.
On the up: Life is looking a lot more rosier for Giuliana these days
'Whenever I was so sad, when I was on the floor kicking and screaming and crying, the best way I could pull out of it was when I would remind myself, "Even with this happening, you're still better off than a lot of people."
'For me, it was saying '"Yes, I have breast cancer…" But, you know what? Thank god I'm going to a good doctor.
'I'm so fortunate I found it early. I'm so fortunate to have Bill. I'm so fortunate that I have a boss who understands.'
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