The senior Elysee Palace official had put on a police helmet (pictured inset), despite not being authorised to do so.
Sir Cliff Richard has revealed the devastating impact of his four-year legal battle with the BBC after it finally came to an end today, confessing he 'won't go anywhere near children' again.The popstar said the harrowing toll of the case on his day-to-day life means he will 'never completely recover' from the ordeal and he no longer comes into contact with other people's children for fear of the repercussions.Benalla then turns his attention to a bearded Left-wing activist who has been apprehended by gendarmes.The burly Benalla pulls the man away from the police, and starts slapping him around the head by himself.Roxanne then had to remain in the wreckage for two hours as firefighters worked to cut her free, before being airlifted 41 miles to Hull Royal Infirmary.
The Station Manager for the Scarborough district of the Fire and Rescue team live tweeted the incident and revealed Roxanne's injuries were 'not believed to be serious'.The corporation could be left with a bill of up to £5million after the case dragged on for four years. I've spent my whole life hugging people's grandchildren.' Candida Crewe (pictured left) claims women often give men a chance in bed despite not being mutually attracted to them.Mr Justice Mann said the BBC had infringed the star's privacy rights in a 'serious and sensationalist way' and increased the damages because the corporation boasted about its 'scoop of the year' at an awards event. She believes reasons including pity and politeness can lead to unexpected encounters regardless of an absence of desire.A graduate from Leeds University, Amy had begun her career as a reporter at Yahoo interviewing celebrities on the red carpet and was living in North London.She recalls feeling ashamed and terrified of other people's reaction.Relationship counsellor Rachel Lebus, claims women choose men with status and security rather than for physical attraction.