The New Celebrity Must-have – An Armour-plated Car That Delivers Electric Shocks!

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Celebrity Big Brother star Neil Razor Ruddock weds with Rylan Clark as ringbearer! Tweet September 30th, 2013 by Lynn Connolly. Fans of Celebrity Big Brother will know that former X Factor finalist and current Big Brothers Bit on the Side co-host Rylan Clark struck up what was arguably an unlikely friendship with former footballer Neil Razor Ruddock during their time on the show earlier this year And evidently, their bromance continued to flourish after the show ended as its been reported today that when Razor wed his long-term love Leah Newman over the weekend, Rylan played the role of ringbearer. The Daily Mirror reports that Razor and Leah wed in a Kent country house with their daughters Pebbles and Kizzy playing major roles in the couples big day. And while speaking to Hello magazine about why he and Leah hadnt married before now, Razor who formerly starred on Im A CelebrityGet Me Out Of Here remarked, People used to ask, Why is it taking you so long to make Leah your wife? We had our reasons. We wanted our little girls to be old enough to enjoy our special day And they did, they had a ball. He added, For us, it was the right time and the perfect day. You cant ask for more than that. Everyone was coming up saying it was the best wedding theyd ever been to. And obviously wed have to agree. Other celebrity guests at the wedding included comedian Bobby Davro, former EastEnders star Gillian Taylforth and Heartbeat actress Tricia Penrose . Both Gillian and Tricia of course also starred in CBB alongside Razor and Rylan. Neil added, We waited a long time for this day, so it was important to me that we took our vows seriously and really took in what we were saying to each other. Leah looked so beautiful, I couldnt take my eyes off her. For those few minutes, it was just me and her. Aww bless him!

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Its pretty much the standard leather interior. Theyve got kids so are pretty down to earth about things. From the outside, these cars are virtually indistinguishable from the standard models but have been stripped down to the frame and rebuilt with armour and hi-tech gadgets. In a country where guns are part of the fabric of day-to-day life I carry a gun in my pocket every day: were in Texas, says Mr Forston customers can specify a special gun-port through which to shoot at attackers on the outside. And Texas Armoring clearly has supreme confidence in its product. Man gets to shoot his boss with AK-47 In an astonishing video on the firms website which comes with a dont try this at home health warning president and chief executive Trent Kimball is seen crouching behind a sheet of the companys bullet-proof glass while a young employee shoots at him with an AK-47. He lives to tell the tale as the triple-glazing shows up the spider-web impact of the bullets which nevertheless fail to penetrate the glass. But the American firm draws the line at emulating one South African security company which fitted a flame-thrower to a top-of-the-range BMW. At the push of a dashboard button, it shoots up a wall of fire outside the drivers car door in order to incinerate any would-be car-jacker. Demand for armoured cars is also on the increase on this side of the Atlantic. In Britain they are popular with Eastern European oligarchs. Luxury car-makers such as Jaguar Land Rover, BMW, Bentley and Mercedes-Benz already have their own in-house security arms which build in armouring from scratch. Mr Forston acknowledges their high level of expertise, but says his company which takes apart existing cars and customises them with armour and gadgets before re-assembling them can do almost as high a specification but at a fraction of the cost. Among the car makes they tackle are Rolls-Royce, Bentley, Jaguar, Aston Martin, Lotus, Audi, BMW, Porsche, Maserati, Volvo and even the more humble Honda, Volkswagen, Toyota and Ford. The most expensive car Mr Forston has sold to date is a customised and armoured 500,000 ($800,000) stretch Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon for an unnamed client.

By Jeanette Settembre / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Monday, September 30, 2013, 3:33 PM Comment Mark Von Holden Chef Dale Talde’s Kung Pao Chicken made with McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets, sweet and sour sauce, rice wine vinegar, peanuts and iceberg lettuce. Related Stories Who gives a hoot about pretty girls as waitresses?Its no reason to block Hooters from Brooklyn Leave it to celebrity chefs to make McDonalds fast food fancy. To counter negative attitudes toward its food, McDonalds held a chef event dinner at Three Sixty restaurant in Tribeca on Thursday night featuring dishes made by nationally recognized chefs using basic McDonalds ingredients elevating the drive-thru experience to fine dining. Mark Von Holden Photography Chef James Tahhan, cooking show star on Telemundo, prepares his Tortilla Esponola with an apple and cucumber chipotle salad made with McDonalds chipotle barbecue and honey mustard sauces I just want people to think differently about our ingredients, McDonalds Executive Chef Dan Coudreaut told the Daily News. People see ingredients like a perfectly round egg on an Egg McMuffin and they think its not a real egg, but theyre fresh cracked eggs every day. I cant change what people believe. Just get to know us a little bit better. RELATED: MCDONALD’S TO OFFER FRUIT, SALAD AS SIDES Mark Von Holden Photography Chefs Aaron McCargo Jr., Jessica Foust, Dale Talde and James Tahhan pose with their fancy fast food at the McDonalds celebrity chef-dinner at Three Sixty restaurant in Tribeca on Thursday. Attendees, a mix of media and franchisees sipped mojitos made from McDonalds Mango Pineapple Smoothie base by the chains dietitian, Jessica Foust, and used forks and knives to cut into chicken nuggets and fries. The multicourse menu featured ingredients like McDonalds crispy chicken, sweet and sour sauce, chipotle barbecue sauce, hash browns, cheddar jack cheese and espresso. Mark Von Holden Photography McDonalds corporate chef and dietitian Jessica Foust served up a slow-cooked beef with blueberry pomegranate sauce and french fry gnocchi. Among the entrees was a Kung Pao Chicken appetizer made by Chef Dale Talde, a former Top Chef contender and owner of Talde in Park Slope, that uses Chicken McNuggets sweet and sour sauce served in a bed of iceberg lettuce. RELATED: MAN ORDERS MCEVERYTHING SANDWICH IN MCDONALD’S Next, Telemundo cooking show star Chef James Tahhan prepared a tortilla espanola with garlic aioli served with a zesty apple and cucumber salad, which was followed by a bold barbecue chicken dish by Chef Aaron McCargo Jr., season four winner of The Next Food Network Star, who used crispy chicken doused in chipotle barbecue sauce, applwood smoked bacon and cheddar jack cheese served over a crispy hash brown. But the most elaborate dish was Fousts slow-roasted beef with blueberry pomegranate sauce and gnocchi fries cooked down and stuffed with eggs and flour. While you wont be able to get a Big Mac-aroon a chocolate ganache-filled party favor eaters got to take home or a mango mojito, the chain announched a plan to offer healthy alternatives to fries like fruit and salad.

Celebrity chefs serve up fancy fast foods using McDonald’s ingredients

McDonald’s corporate chef and dietitian Jessica Foust served up a slow-cooked beef with blueberry pomegranate sauce and french fry gnocchi.

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