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A violent criminal beat up seargent in the cell when she tries to offer him a cup of tea

A kindhearted female police sergeant was left with a broken nose, sliced cheek and bloodied uniform after trying to offer an alleged violent criminal a cup of tea.

The 41-year-old man was arrested just after 5pm on Monday following an alleged assault inside a home in Halekulani, on the NSW Central Coast.

He was taken back to Wyong Police station in handcuffs and moved to a cell.

According to the NSW Police Association, the policewoman was allegedly violently set upon by the man when she attempted to give him a cup of tea.

A female police sergeant was left with a broken nose and lacerations to her face after an alleged brutal assault inside the Wyong Police station on Monday
A female police sergeant was left with a broken nose and lacerations to her face after an alleged brutal assault inside the Wyong Police station on Monday

Radio personality Ray Hadley, who said he had spoken to the police union, revealed the sickening details of the alleged assault on his 2GB morning show.

‘The allegation is, and it’s on the charge sheet apparently, the alleged offender grabbed this officer by the hair,’ a police union spokesperson told Mr Hadley.

‘She was actually taking him a cup of tea in the cell.

‘He grabbed her ears and pulled her head down by the ears kneeing her in the face and then punched her in the face a number of times, allegedly, if you’ve seen the photo her nose is spread across her face.’

When other officers attempted to intervene, the man allegedly tried to run from the station but was quickly detained.

The officer, who sustained a broken nose during the alleged attack, had to be taken to the Wyong Hospital for treatment including stitches.

Daily Mail Australia contacted the Wyong Police Station (pictured) for a detailed account but the Duty Officer was not available for immediate comment
Daily Mail Australia contacted the Wyong Police Station (pictured) for a detailed account but the Duty Officer was not available for immediate comment

Mr Hadley uploaded a photograph of the injured officer to Facebook.

‘A female NSW Police sergeant was savagely assaulted at Wyong Police Station on Monday,’ he wrote alongside the confronting image.

‘This is what our police put up with on a daily basis.’

The man was hit with 10 serious offences including assault against a police officer, trespassing, assault occasioning actual bodily harm, resisting arrest and escaping police custody.

He has also been charged with aggravated break and enter.

His application for bail was denied and he will be remanded in police custody until his court date in May.

Daily Mail Australia contacted the Wyong Police Station for a detailed account but the Duty Officer was not available for immediate comment.

Radio shock jock Ray Hadley (pictured) shared the image of the injured officer to his show's Facebook page condemning the actions of the alleged offender
Radio shock jock Ray Hadley (pictured) shared the image of the injured officer to his show’s Facebook page condemning the actions of the alleged offender
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Floyed mayweather,is Dating Agentinian star yasmi mendeguia

Boxing legend recently took his private jet to his Las Vegas strip club – but his heart has now been captured by one dancer

FLOYD MAYWEATHER is dating Argentinian Big Brother star Yasmi Mendeguia, who is 20 years his junior, after meeting her in a shopping mall, according to reports.

The model first asked for a photo when she bumped into the boxing legend in Los Angeles last month before the 42-year-old replied by asking for her phone number.

 Floyd Mayweather has been dating a model 20 years his junior for the past month
Floyd Mayweather has been dating a model 20 years his junior for the past month

Speaking to Mundo Deportivo, the 22-year-old said: “I was in a store with friends and friends. And when I see it, and I want to ask for a picture, a bodyguard interposed.

“But he asked to let me pass and we took some pictures. He stayed talking to us about coming to Mexico, partying. It seems very cool and even asked me for contact. I love that so scandalous way it has to be.”

Mendeguia, who appeared on the Spanish Big Brother back in 2016, is now working as a model, actress and dancer in Mexico.

Mayweather, who turned 42 last month, has not been in action since his December exhibition bout in Japan against kickboxer Tenshin Nasukawa.

The five-weight world champion took just over two minutes to take out featherweight Nasukawa, dropping the boxing novice three times on the way to collecting £7million.

Though the fight was not an official contest, “Money” Mayweather seems keen to replicate his Tokyo appearance – revealing he has another exhibition bout in Japan lined up this year.

Despite seeming happy to avoid real boxing matches, the American is not short of potential opponents to put his undefeated record on the line against.

Saul “Canelo” Alvarez, who was beaten by Mayweather in 2013, expressed his interest at another crack at boxing’s richest pugilist.

While UFC star Conor McGregor, who was taken out in 10 rounds on his boxing debut in 2017, posted a clip of his fight with Mayweather and suggested another bout.<

However, Mayweather, not riled by the callouts of his ex-opponents, told TMZ Sports “everybody wants a rematch”.

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The couple spiced up their meal at Joan’s on Third in Los Angeles over the weekend of March 9, where Nikki was seen leaning over the patio table to give her guy a passionate kiss. The couple, according to TMZ, also held hands during their romantic lunch, and walked away from the restaurant arm in arm. See the pic below!

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She and John are on friendly terms, and she told HollywoodLife at Byron Allen‘s Oscar party that she’s having fun just living life, being single, and playing the field. “I am just living it up,” she said. “What is it, ‘variety is the spice of life?’ I’m taking in the variety, I’m having a lot of fun.”

More than 1,000 feared dead in Mozambique storm

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More than a thousand people are feared to have died in a cyclone that smashed into Mozambique last week, while scores were killed and more than 200 are missing in neighbouring Zimbabwe.

The city of Beira in central Mozambique bore Cyclone Idai’s full wrath on Thursday before the storm barrelled on to neighbouring Zimbabwe, unleashing fierce winds and flash floods and washing away roads and houses.

“For the moment we have registered 84 deaths officially, but when we flew over the area… this morning to understand what’s going on, everything indicates that we could register more than 1,000 deaths,” Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi said in a nationwide address. “This is a real humanitarian disaster,” he said. “More than 100,000 people are in danger”.

“Some dams have broken, and others have reached full capacity, they’ll very soon open the flood gates. It’s a convergence of flooding, cyclones, dams breaking and making a potential wave: everything’s in place so we get a perfect storm.”

Survivors have taken refuge in trees while awaiting help, the president added. Aerial photographs released by a Christian non-profit organization, the Mission Aviation Fellowship, showed groups of people stuck on rooftops with flood waters up to window level.

“The scale of damage… (in) Beira is massive and horrifying”, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) said. Ninety percent of the city of some 530,000 people and its surrounding area has been “damaged or destroyed,” it said in a statement.

“The situation is terrible. The scale of devastation is enormous,” the IFRC’s Jamie LeSueur said. “Almost everything is destroyed. Communication lines have been completely cut and roads have been destroyed. Some affected communities are not accessible.”

A large dam burst on Sunday and cut off the last road to Beira, he said. Sofala province governor Alberto Mondlane warned that the “biggest threat we have now, even bigger than the cyclone, floods because it’s raining more and more”.

A Perfect Storm

Emma Beaty, coordinator of a grouping of NGOs known as Cosaco, said: “We’ve never had something of this magnitude before in Mozambique”.

“Some dams have broken, and others have reached full capacity, they’ll very soon open the flood gates. It’s a convergence of flooding, cyclones, dams breaking and making a potential wave: everything’s in place so we get a perfect storm.”

The majority of them are thought to be government workers, whose housing complex was completely engulfed by raging waters. Their fate was unknown because the area was still unreachable.

Nyusi said the Pungwe and Buzi rivers in central Mozambique “have burst their banks and engulfed entire villages.” “Communities are isolated and bodies are floating” on the waters, he said. Beira international airport was closed because of cyclone damage but later reopened.

Zimbabwe Hit

In neighbouring Zimbabwe, Idai left 98 dead and at least 217 more missing, according to the information ministry. Families started burying their dead on Monday in damp graves, according to an AFP photographer.

The storm swept away homes and ripped bridges to pieces, leaving destruction that acting defense minister Perrance Shiri said: “resembles the aftermath of a full-scale war”. Some roads were swallowed up by massive sinkholes, while bridges were ripped to pieces by flash floods.

“This is the worst infrastructural damage we have ever had,” Zimbabwe’s Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Joel Biggie Matiza said. The eastern district of Chimanimani was worst-hit, with houses and most of the region’s bridges washed away by flash floods.

The most affected areas are not yet accessible, and high winds and dense clouds have hampered military rescue helicopter flights. Two pupils and a worker at a secondary school in the area were among those killed after a landslide sent a boulder crashing into their dormitory.

“Many drowned while others were killed in their sleep from swift and unexpected rockfalls which demolished their homes”. His government has come under fire for failing to evacuate people in time.

Soldiers on Sunday helped rescue the surviving nearly 200 pupils, teachers, and staff who had been trapped at the school in Chimanimani. Joshua Sacco, a lawmaker for Chimanimani, told AFP that “150 to 200 people” are missing.

The majority of them are thought to be government workers, whose housing complex was completely engulfed by raging waters. Their fate was unknown because the area was still unreachable. Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa cut short a visit to Abu Dhabi, returning home on Monday.

“With every hour and day that passes, our worst fears become increasingly real,” he said in a statement. “Many drowned while others were killed in their sleep from swift and unexpected rockfalls which demolished their homes”. His government has come under fire for failing to evacuate people in time.

© Agence France-Presse

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