Customers spot hilarious reviews sneaked onto restaurant's advertising leaflets

Foo Hua restaurant based in Wanneroo, Australia, used customer reviews to advertise its food - but diners were quick to spot they weren't all glowing recommendations
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Beer shortage fears as Budweiser and Heineken hit by demand as pubs reopen
Insiders claim there are supply issues on multiple core beer lines due to soaring demand as well as a shortage of drivers just days before England's pubs and restaurants prepare to welcome customers back inside on May 17
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Judge slain in Sicily by mafiosi put on path to sainthood
A magistrate slain by mobsters in Sicily has been beatified by the Roman Catholic church, the last formal step before possible sainthood
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One of Britain's most wanted men on the run for eight years arrested in Dubai
Michael Paul Moogan, 35, was allegedly involved in a large-scale trafficking plot. The alleged international drug dealer from Croxteth, Liverpool, was held on April 21
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My social anxiety was so bad I couldn’t pick up the phone – I’m determined to beat it
I want friends, I want to be able to have the choice of going out, I want date nights, I want to go to the shops without hiding myself away under hoods.
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11 lockdown changes Boris Johnson is set to announce at 5pm tomorrow
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Israeli settlement ruling delayed as Jerusalem tensions run high
Clashes erupt outside Old City overnight with atmosphere described as a powder keg ready to explodeIsrael’s supreme court has delayed a deeply contentious decision on whether Jewish settlers can forcefully evict Palestinians from their homes, after some of the worst unrest in Jerusalem in years during which hundreds of Palestinians have been wounded in confrontations with the police.The latest clashes erupted outside the Old City overnight on Saturday, and a former Israeli defence official described the atmosphere as like a powder keg ready to explode at any time. Continue reading...
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Stacey Solomon's emotional reunion with son Rex after work trip to Manchester
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Mental Health Awareness Week: How to access free and private therapy in lockdown
Whether you're already in therapy or considering seeking help for the first time, these are the steps you can take
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'My boyfriend of three years introduced me to his kids and then dumped me'
I thought we were in it for the long-haul and I got to know his kids - so I was stunned when he said it wasn't working, a reader tells Coleen Nolan
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'Diet, yoga and feeling loved could help you fight Covid and chronic illness'
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Third of UK adults are now fully vaccinated against Covid-19
A third of UK adults are now fully vaccinated against Covid-19, latest figures have shown.
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Rag’n’Bone Man: Life By Misadventure review – a heartfelt follow-up
(Columbia)Delicate developments are drowned out by stadium songs that mistake volume for passion on Rory Graham’s second albumThere’s a lot riding on this second album from bluesman Rag’n’Bone Man, AKA Sussex-born Rory Graham. His 2017 debut, Human, shifted more than 1m copies in the UK. It would have been easy to replicate that album’s rote formula – rootsy production flourishes fused to rugged, stadium-sized MOR remains chart catnip – but instead, Life By Misadventure opens with two delicately plucked, country-tinged singalongs, immediately eschewing Graham’s propensity for the epic.In fact, aside from galloping lead single All You Ever Wanted, which channels early 00s indie-pop, and the earnest, advert-ready ballad Anywhere Away From Here (a duet with Pink), the songs here feel less eager to please. The pensive Fall in Love Again unfurls delicately, while the darker Party’s Over showcases the album’s main lyrical themes of heartache and emotional rehabilitation. Continue reading...
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To infinity and beyond: the spectacular sensory overload of Ryoji Ikeda’s art
Incandescent light, the thud of Kyoto nightclubs, particle physics … it all goes into Ryoji Ikeda’s extraordinary sensory symphonies. He talks about his upcoming show at 180 The StrandRyoji Ikeda has delivered some dazzling assaults on the senses over his 25-year career: a beach in Rio de Janeiro bathed in his unique palette of light; New York’s Times Square given over to his black and white flickering patterns. But for his next show, the Japanese artist and composer is taking things underground. Ikeda’s biggest exhibition in Europe to date concerns the exposed underbelly of 180 The Strand in London, which he has reimagined as staves, notes and bar lines – with himself as the conductor, “orchestrat[ing] everything into a symphony”.Beginning with a single light beam piercing the rafters, the exhibition carries the viewer through an incandescent corridor of white light and into a room filled with a ring of immense, super-directional speakers reverberating at concert pitch. To Ikeda, this is “opera” with light and sound. “There’s the intro, the welcome piece, then the crescendo [and] climax. It’s a long journey.” Continue reading...
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Third of UK adults fully vaccinated against Covid-19, figures show
More than 17.6 million adults in the UK have now had both doses of a vaccine.
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What should Boris Johnson do about a Scottish independence referendum?
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‘Get the f*** out of my way’: Footage of Texas motorist threatening BLM protesters goes viral
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Meghan channelled Queen in latest TV appearance, says body language expert
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Billie Piper felt ‘lonely’ and ‘unsafe’ as a chart-topping teen popstar
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Asda shopper shows off huge haul as 'packaging changes' slash bill to just £1.05
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Troy Deeney agrees with Rio Ferdinand on Fernandes and Pogba at Man United
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Morgan Gibbs-White gives Wolves late win against depleted Brighton
Morgan Gibbs-White denied 10-man Brighton the chance to secure Premier League safety after Wolves’ late show. The midfielder’s last-minute strike earned a 2-1 comeback win at Molineux following Lewis Dunk’s game-changing red card.The Seagulls’ captain was sent off after the break for pulling back Fabio Silva, having given the visitors a first-half lead. Adama Traoré levelled with 14 minutes left and Graham Potter’s side had been in complete command until Dunk was sent off. Continue reading...
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Labour needs new message as Tories reshape economic policy around towns | Richard Partington
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Greater Manchester area named Japanese knotweed capital of the UK
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Two more Tory terms? Before the party gets too excited, there is work to be done | Katy Balls
Boris Johnson has promised some big reforms. Now he will have to build the apparatus that can deliver themWhen news broke on Friday afternoon that Ben Houchen had been reelected as the Tees Valley mayor with an eye-watering 73% of the vote, the Tory party was in shock. Downing Street aides turned to celebratory drinks, Boris Johnson called Houchen to discuss the size of his majority and ministers started to predict another 10 years of Tory rule.When the mayoralty first came up, in 2017, the assumption was that Labour would win it; now it’s one of the safest Tory positions in the country. It fits into a pattern emerging from this week’s local elections of the Conservatives not just holding on to support in areas they took from Labour in the 2019 election, but building on it. Continue reading...
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Tesla’s rivals hijack SNL adverts during Elon Musk debut
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South China Sea: Military conflict to happen 'sooner rather than later' as countries armed
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Madrid mayor decries partying Spaniards as Covid lockdown ends
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More than third of adults in England fully vaccinated against Covid
Nearly 15 million have had two doses.
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Nine-year-old boy in hospital after ‘random’ street attack in Peterborough
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Alan Carr sparks complaints after dig at Meghan Markle
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Pompey blow chance of Championship return as Oxford pip them to play-off spot
Pompey had destiny in their own hands but defeat to Accrington Stanley means they end up slipping out of the top six in League One
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Why the world’s most vaccinated country is seeing a surge in coronavirus cases
On a per-capita basis, the Seychelles outbreak is worse than India’s raging second wave
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Meghan and Harry 'went extra mile' for Archie's birthday before new baby arrives
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly made Archie's birthday card and wrote a poem to go inside, as well as splashing out on toys and a new outfit for the soon-to-be big brother
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Lescott claims PSG star would 'instantly' turn Man United into title contenders
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Seth Rogen says he ‘very much regrets’ making ‘terrible’ James Franco joke about underage girls on SNL
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F1 Spanish Grand Prix LIVE: Race updates and result as Lewis Hamilton goes for successive wins
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