Thursday, March 26, 2009

Small Bits of News You Didn’t Know you Needed

DNA tests shows Alfie Patten is NOT the daddy
The schoolboy alleged to have become a dad aged 12 is not the baby’s father was revealed.
Alfie Patten, now 13, had a £300 DNA test after six boys claimed to have slept with schoolgirl pal Chantelle Stedman, 15.
It proved the 4ft-tall pupil was not the father of her seven-week-old girl Maisie Roxanne.
The result will be a blow to Alfie who was "devastated" by the boys’ claims and "adored" Maisie.
He was convinced he was the dad after a single night of unprotected sex with Chantelle.
Before he took the test, he said: "I didn’t know about DNA tests before but mum explained it’s when they do a swab in your mouth and it tells if you’re the dad. So if I have it, they can all shut up."
His mother Nicole, 43, added at the time: "It had not even crossed Alfie’s mind whether Chantelle had not been faithful to him. He’s absolutely devastated that these lads say they slept with her."
Chantelle became pregnant aged 14 after she "forgot to take" her contraceptive pill last May.
At the time, she claimed: "Alfie’s the only boy I’ve been with."
Theater throws couple out of a comedy 'for laughing too loud'
Sharon Whitelaw (41), of Newark Road, Lincoln, took boyfriend Tony Priestley (42) to see the production of Bouncers at the Drill Hall on Saturday night as a birthday present.
But after watching the first half of the comedy they were told not to go back into the auditorium, as "several" theatre-goers had complained the couple were "laughing at moments that weren't funny, kicking the seats in front and being loud".
"I think the whole way we were treated was like children," said Miss Whitelaw, a taxi driver.
"I wished the ground had swallowed me up at the time, I was so embarrassed."
The couple were led into the foyer, and spoken to in front of other theater-goers who were enjoying their interval drinks.
"She proceeded to tell us they couldn't let us back in because three people had complained."
The couple received a full refund for the price of the tickets and their pre-ordered drinks.

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