Diagnosis: Niall suffers from congenital muscular dystrophy and is confined to a wheelchair. Hilarious: Niall took to Twitter last Thursday to share a photo of his banned bio along with a screenshot of the message Tinder sent him. According to Tinder's guidelines, users must keep their profiles 'classy and appropriate for public consumption.
Nudity, sexually explicit content, and descriptions of sexual desires are all banned from the app.
More than 18, people liked the post, and fans were quick to praise his wit in the comments. Loving it: Twitter users thought his bio was hilarious, and many claimed they have seen much worse on the dating app, which has a reputation for facilitating more casual relationships. Many people found his bio to be hilarious, and some were perplexed as to why Tinder had removed it. No worries: The teen said he isn't 'bothered' by the message he received from Tinder, but he noted that it seemed to be 'a bit of an overreaction'. After receiving a warning message from Tinder, he decided to share it on Twitter to see what the reaction would be.
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He was taken to hospital but died. On Sunday afternoon police were called back to the same address on Richardson Road where the first woman had died and found another year-old woman had died. Officers believe ketamine had been in the property and an year-old man was arrested on suspicion of supplying a controlled drug. Daniel Wainwright.
More than 1, positive coronavirus cases went unreported in the three North East areas with the highest rates because of a technical glitch. Public Health England said 15, cases between 25 September and 2 October were left out of the UK daily case figures. They were then added in to reach Saturday's figure of 12, new cases and Sunday's 22, figure. They included extra cases in Newcastle, in South Tyneside and in Sunderland - the North East areas currently in the top 20 in England for the number of positive cases.
Public Health England said all those who tested positive had been informed. But it means others in close contact with them were not.
A team of marshalls is patrolling Sunderland city centre in a bid to remind visitors to stay socially distanced. At the same time they will also be helping to ensure that queues outside of businesses are social distanced and dispersing any groups of more than six people, along with enforcing the one way system in the tunnel between Fawcett Street and Market Square. Anyone who is exempt from wearing a face covering will now need to have evidence with them or may be refused entry.
The farm of plants split across two floors was discovered in an empty building in Sunderland on Thursday. Northumbria Police said they were called after witnesses saw smashed windows from the inside and two people run away from the building. Sgt Mark Ellis said the way electricity had been rigged in the Villiers Street site made it a "potential death trap". Lecturers and staff at Northumbria University in Newcastle are considering taking industrial action, saying their concerns about face to face teaching have been ignored.
On Friday the university confirmed students had tested positive for Covid since returning two weeks ago. The University and College Union said it had warned the university that it was ''far too soon for a mass return to campus. Northumbria University said "the health, safety and wellbeing of its staff and students remains its top priority" and that "its arrangements for teaching follow the government guidance - and a key aim of that guidance is to retain face to face teaching where it's safe to do so".
It also told us "it will discuss any concerns with the unions.
Police are investigating two separate car crashes in Washington over the weekend which have left two people dead and three critically injured. Three other people in the car were injured and taken to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle. Police also said a year-old man died on Sunday when a car crashed at the junction of the A and the AM slip road.
A van driver is arrested after a crash with a car which killed the other motorist. Northumbria University in Newcastle says students have tested positive and are now isolating. Ten-man Sunderland escape with their unbeaten League One record intact after a goalless draw against Charlton. Police were called to the empty building when a window was smashed from inside and two people fled. Michael Elund was a regular visitor to the cemetery where he tended graves with his own tools. Northumbria Police issued a number of appeals to help identify the man after he was found unresponsive on 17 September in All Saints Cemetery in Jesmond and said if his identity remained unknown he could be buried in an unmarked grave.
A concerned resident contacted the force about their missing neighbour and police have now identified him as year-old Jesmond local Michael Elund. The former welder is survived by his brother and sister, who said above all they will remember him for his kindness and called him "very caring", a police spokeswoman said. He had brought his own tools to the cemetery and had been cutting back hedges around the gravestones when he collapsed and died of natural causes. Doctors' leaders in the North East are calling for better local information on infection rates and how to stay safe. The British Medical Association is calling for the government to work with local authorities and NHS leaders to deliver a far more effective public information campaign, so that people understand what they need to do to stay safe and drive infection rates down.
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Britain's car industry risks losing out even if there is a post-Brexit trade deal with the EU, according to documents seen by the BBC. Car parts from Japan and Turkey used in the UK will not be treated as British, so some exports may see higher tariffs. In a letter, Britain's chief Brexit negotiator says the UK has failed so far to get the car parts deal it wants, and "obviously cannot insist on it". Nissan, the Japanese company with 7, UK workers and a large factory in Sunderland, urged UK and EU "negotiators to work collaboratively towards an orderly balanced Brexit that will continue to encourage mutually beneficial trade".
Labour asks how people can be expected to understand and follow rules if the PM himself does not. North-east councils were left without the detail to back up government's message, a police chief says. The University of Sunderland has confirmed that 40 students and four members of staff have tested positive for Covid The university says it's working with Public Health England to support all those who have the virus and others who are self-isolating.
Six-year-old Ella Henderson died after being struck by a falling tree at school in Newcastle. She was so brave and so strong, she brought so much joy to us, her big sister Abi, her family, her besties and all who she met. We feel incredibly blessed to have had her in our lives.
We had the perfect family and she will live on in our hearts. Police make a second appeal to identify the man who collapsed while tidying graves. Local lockdown measures in the North East are being tightened in a bid to stop Covid cases increasing further. Health secretary Matt Hancock has announced that people from different households will be banned from mixing indoors in any setting.
Under the regulations that came into force on 18 September, almost two million people in Newcastle, Northumberland, Gateshead, North Tyneside, South Tyneside, Sunderland, and County Durham were banned from socialising with other people outside their own households or support bubbles in private homes and gardens.
People were also advised not to socialise with people outside their household in any public venue either. Pubs, restaurants and other hospitality venues also remain limited to table service only and have a curfew.