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Whether you’re a fan of them mashed, roasted or baked to perfection, there are countless ways to serve the humble potato. From chips that are crispy on the outside but fluffy on the inside to delicious dauphinoise, the unsuspecting spud, can do just about anything.They're a good source of heart-healthy fibre, while the sweet potato variety (which is actually a root vegetable and sometimes referred to as a 'yam') is incredibly nutritious, rich in fibre and vitamins, A, C and B6.

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Horrified woman finds couple having sex in front of her house on CCTV while on holiday
sex outside of her house, while she was on holiday.Waralak Frisch, 52, spends a fair bit of time in Germany with her husband so installed cameras around her home in Kamala Subdistrict Kathu District, Phuket, Thailand, to monitor the property when she is away.However, she was left perplexed when she checked her CCTV through a smartphone app and saw a couple doing the deed right outside of her house.READ MORE: Brazen couple have steamy sex on busy seaside cliff in front of peopleThe image showed a man and a woman, who are believed to be foreign, getting frisky behind a water machine located directly in front of Waralak's home at 10.35pm on June 21 this year.She said: "Things like this don’t happen in our village, I never dreamed I would open the camera to see this."It wasn't very late at night to be doing such a thing in a public place." Ms Frisch said she installed the security cameras after a feud with her neighbours but claims their issues were resolved after she put the CCTV up.However, the coronavirus pandemic meant that she couldn't leave Germany and return to Thailand so she was reassured that her home was safe knowing she could check it on her phone.In Thailand, it is a criminal offence to engage in sexual activity in public, with police saying the raunchy couple "committed an indecent act in public."For more incredible stories from the Daily Star, make sure you sign up for one of our newsletters here.Anybody who has evidence of such activity can press charges, according to Kamala Police Station.However, Waralak couldn't help but laugh, meaning the horny couple managed to escape without facing prosecution.According to Thailand law, those engaging in public indecency can face up to ten years behind bars.Section 282
Man missing for 18 years found after fisherman spotted 'odd shape' in water
missing for 18 years was discovered dead on the bed of Lough Erne after a local fisherman observed an “odd shape” on his sonar equipment, an inquest has heard.The body of digger driver Michael Anthony Lynch was found in his car on the bottom of the water in County Fermanagh in May 2020, after disappearing in January 2002.A diving company director had been using specialist equipment on the lake in February 2020 when a shape appeared near Corradillar Quay, in Lisnaskea, the Irish Mirror reports.READ MORE: Lost tapes show Chernobyl babies glowing green and men with horror scars In a statement read to the coroner’s court sitting at Laganside in Belfast on Wednesday (June 22), the man said he had been using “specialist side-imaging sonar” which creates 3D images of anything lying on the bottom.His statement read: “I was about 25 metres away from Corradillar Quay slipway when I saw an odd shape on the lough bed which I thought might have been a car.“I intended to come back and have a closer look, but due to work I didn’t get back as quickly as I’d hoped.“On May 16, 2020, I met a garda when I was out fishing and mentioned the possibility of a car to him as I was aware they were looking for a missing person and a car in Lough Erne.”He was able to take police to the location, whereupon the car was found and recovered on May 18, with Lynch’s remains inside.The missing man, better known as Tony, was identified by dental records and formally pronounced dead on May 20.The inquest heard how the father-of-four had last been seen alive at a hotel bar in Clones on January 6, 2002, after he had moved out of the Magheraveely family home in November 2001, to a flat in Clones, in order to deal with his alcohol problem.To stay up to date with
Warning as flashing builder's bum in the scorching summer sun can kill
record temperatures for the UK this summer - with bookies saying they could top 40C - outdoor workers are being advised to cover up to guard against the deadly effects of UV radiation.READ MORE: Brits set for 'warmer than average' summer as hot spell to return next weekThe nation’s two million builders are among those most in danger as they will find staying in the shade almost impossible.And no matter how hard they try to cover up one part of the body has a traditional habit of peeping out - and it is hard to reach with sunscreen.Builder’s bums are such a hotspot for sunburn health and safety officials and construction firm bosses have dished out advice on how to avoid over exposure.According to the Health and Safety Executive UV radiation should be considered an occupational hazard for people who work outdoors’.It warns construction workers to keep your top on’ and wear a wide-brimmed hat that covers the ears and back of the neck’.They should stay in the shade whenever possible’ during breaks and lunch, drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration, and slap on at least factor 15 sunscreen on any exposed skin’.The Institution Of Occupational Safety and Health said 1,700 people a year were diagnosed with skin cancer as a direct result’ of exposure to the sun at work.Of those cases 60 prove fatal and 44% of deaths are in the construction industry.But a survey by skin care manufacturer SC Johnson Professional before the pandemic found just one in four outdoor workers wore sunscreen on the job - though most slapped it on while on holiday.According to Safety & Health Practitioner magazine: For construction workers the risk is even higher than the average outdoor worker with UV radiation reflecting on concrete, grass and
Emmerdale's Al Chapman 'related to Chas' as fans 'expose' identity of adoptive mum
Emmerdale's Al Chapman could be related to Chas Dingle in what would be a huge twist, as fans are sure they've figured out the identity of his adoptive mum.Earlier this week it emerged that Al's adoptive father had died - and with the funeral fast approaching, it makes sense that viewers might be about to meet his adoptive mum.Now viewers are sure that they've exposed her identity ahead of time, and think she could be in some way related to Faith Dingle, Chas' mum.READ NEXT: Love Island's bombshell Charlie had sights set on 3 Islanders before entering villaEven though the relation wouldn't be by blood, it would throw some doubt over their relationship if Faith ended up being the long lost sister of Al's mum.Taking to Twitter to air their theories, one fan penned: "#Emmerdale pretty sure there’ll be a twist at Al’s dad’s funeral and his adoptive mum will be related to Faith somehow."They added: "Not incest exactly but it will muddy the waters with Chas if they’re going to get it on!"The fan went on to joke that Rodney could turn out to be Al's real dad, quipping: "Then again, Rodney is a bit of a s***!"It comes after theories that Al could have been Faith's biological son, which would mean he and Cain are related amid their fiery feud.One poster penned: "I think [Faith's] secret is that Al is her son who she had adopted before she married Shadrach and he and Cain are half brothers."Remember when Al first came in, he said he was adopted but was never happy and always felt unloved."For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.As another added: "That would also mean that Chas and Al are half brother and sister too!", and someone else pointed out: "Yes, and he had