A British mum has been arrested after police found her walking 'drunk and naked' Officers were called to the resort of Patalavaca after receiving several calls about a middle-aged woman with no clothes on and youngsters throwing objects into the street. Sophie Shambley, 30, moved to Gran Canaria from Wigan just weeks ago, had already returned to the property by the time officers arrived. But they discovered the door still open and her kids — aged just four and one — crying because they were hungry and with clear signs of neglect. Shambley was lying on her bed with no clothes on when police entered the flat, in a street called Nayra Street in Patalavaca which is near Arguineguin on the south coast of Gran Canaria.
Wednesday, November 18, , Passengers of a local train in Mumbai were shocked and humiliated when a naked woman boarded the train and created ruckus. The woman, under the influence of alcohol, stripped off her cloths and started roaming inside the train. She also shouted at other passengers and created trouble for them. The incident took place near Thane station on Tuesday, Nov According to reports, the woman, who was in her 50s, boarded the train from Thane. She got into the luggage compartment.
The mother was staying at a resort in Puerto de Mogan Image: Rex Features Get daily news updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A year-old British woman spotted "walking naked and drunk in the street" while on holiday in Gran Canaria has been arrested for abandoning her two young children. Police in the Canary Islands say the two youngsters, aged just two and four, were found in an apartment "hungry and dirty".
Gin consumption had risen from very little at the beginning of the century to 19m gallons per year by the s, and many people had become alarmed. Men are depicted as engaged in acts of violence or slumping helplessly after losing their jobs from drinking too much gin. Wikimedia Over years later, the media still portrays the drinking behaviour of women and men very differently. We encountered this first hand a few years ago when we published research on gender differences in alcohol-related deaths in Scotland. The press release clearly stated that over twice as many men died from alcohol misuse every year as women.