Stacey Solomon was warned by her fans about an ‘innocent, but illegal’ error she made while on holiday. Stacey, a TV star, took her pebbles home but some of her followers said she shouldn’t have.
Then she joked that “I’m no getting arrested by the Pebble Police on my holidays – i’ve got work tomorrow.” But was she really wrong? The Coastal Protection Act 1949 makes it illegal to remove any material on, beneath, or forming part, of any seashore portion.
It could also result in a PS1,000 penalty for those who leave areas open to erosion.
Stacey was able to get the rocks she wanted after a panicked call to her local heritage centre. They said that where they were fossil hunting, it was 100 percent safe to take the rocks home as long as there isn’t a lot of it or a large one.
Stacey said that she had friends who enjoy working in strip clubs, despite Kaye Adams’s cheerleading.
She inquired: “Does it ever occur to you that there are a lot of people at the top who make decisions for women?” Have they visited the strip clubs and spoken with any women there? It really bothers me. I know friends who enjoy those jobs and who love their job.
Kaye interrupted her and said: “Does Stacey know what Stacey?” That is the world we live in.
Stacey said, “That happens outside the strip club also.” The Blackpool licensing chiefs agreed to a new policy that will allow one sex shop and zero lap dancing clubs to trade. This will help the resort regain its status as a family-friendly destination rather than a drunken stag do.
Peter Hunter, Councillor, stated that he would prefer to see all four clubs closed and that the only trading sex shop in Blackpool be shut down immediately.