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'Anti-pee' walls in Hackney. The liquid-repelling coating will be used at two popular drinking locations in Shoreditch and Dalston, east London. Hackney Council spends £100,000 a year cleaning urine off walls and pavements. Feryal Dermici, cabinet member for neighborhoods, said: "If the prospect of a fine doesn't put them off from weeing in the street, maybe the risk of getting covered in urine will." The treatment creates a barrier that repels liquid, meaning that urine will bounce off the wall and back towards the offender. It is also intended to stop urine soaking into the wall, reducing stains and smells. Crash for cash. Five people have been found guilty over the biggest car insurance fraud investigation in the UK. They were convicted of making six insurance claims worth £144,000 between 2009 and 2011. Two were found not guilty. The fraud ring cost the insurance industry about £763,068. But they were eventually caught by their own CCTV, driving a Land Rover into a forklift truck to make it look like the car had been in an accident. Incendiary device 'ignites' at Preston Fishergate Shopping Centre The "deliberately planted" device was found in a bin at Preston's Fishergate Shopping Centre at about 09:10 GMT. Lancashire Police said an evacuation was ordered "as a precaution" because the incendiary had "gone off, causing very minor damage and no injuries". the incendiary was found by a member of the public in the men's toilets. "Something happened to it to cause a very small fire, but it was put out immediately," he said. Amputee soldier pays £90k to walk down the aisle. A former soldier who lost both legs and an arm in Afghanistan has paid £90,000 for an operation in Australia so he can walk down the aisle at his wedding. Dave Watson, from Worcestershire, was badly hurt when he stepped on a roadside bomb in 2010. He had the surgery to avoid having to wear sockets with his prosthetic legs. Brit reappears in Thailand after mystery disappearance. A British man who went missing in Thailand and sent a series of distressing messages to his family has been found "safe and really well". Jordan Jacobs, 21, from Lyneham, Wiltshire, failed to make his flight home on Wednesday for Christmas, leaving his worried family appealing for information about his whereabouts. His sister Emily wrote a post on Facebook, explaining that he had rung their parents on Saturday evening and sounded "upset".

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