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Man arrested after charging iPhone on London Overground

Man arrested after charging iPhone on London Overground

A man has been arrested after using a power socket on a London Overground train to charge his iPhone, in what police said was an incident of “abstracting electricity”.

Robin Lee, a 45-year-old artist, says he was handcuffed and taken in a police van to the nearest police station after using the socket on Friday.

Mr Lee accused a British Transport Police community support officer of being “overzealous” and “ridiculous”. The police force said he had become aggressive after being challenged over the incident.

“We were called to Camden Road London Overground station on Friday, July 10, to a report of a man becoming aggressive when challenged by a PCSO about his use of a plug socket on board an Overground train,” BTP said.

Read more http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/apple/iphone/11737063/Man-arrested-after-charging-iPhone-on-London-Overground.html

Greece Offered “Temporary” Grexit

Greece Offered “Temporary” Grexit

Here’s the actual draft proposal

There’s an alternative version




The reality:

Meanwhile, it is crystal clear that Germany has sponsored policies hoping to bring down Tsipras’ government in Athens.He has decided he wants a deal after all, a very poor decision, in my opinion, especially after the resounding “no” he campaigned for.

One of the demands Germany has placed for a deal is Greece put up €50 billion collateral for further loans, no doubt islands and state-owned enterprises at bargain-basement prices. Greek citizens are upset, and riot police have been called out, but so far the situation is calm. It won’t be if Greece agrees to this deal.

Imo these two scenarios are still possible: