A massive Olly Murs concert in Bournemouth has been cancelled after the organisers went into liquidation.
Stuffed Toy Sparks Police Alert
A police helicopter was scrambled and a golf course cleared after a white tiger was spotted in a field by members of the public - only to turn out to be a stuffed toy.
At 4pm on Saturday May the 21st, Hampshire police received several calls reporting sightings of the tiger in a field near Hedge End, Southampton.
One person had viewed the "tiger'' through the zoom lens of their camera and when a police officer arrived at the scene, they confirmed the sighting.
The police support helicopter was scrambled and specialist staff from nearby Marwell Zoo were called in to advise and potentially tranquillise the wild animal.
A local golf course was evacuated and plans were put in place to close the nearby M27 motorway if necessary in case the tiger moved in that direction.
But as police officers carefully approached the dangerous animal they realised it was not moving and the helicopter crew, using thermal imaging equipment, realised there was no heat source coming from it.
A spokeswoman for the force said:
''After a brief stalk through the Hedge End savannah, the officer realised the tiger was not moving and the air support using their cameras realised there was a lack of heat source.
''The tiger then rolled over in the down draft and it was at that point it became obvious it was a stuffed life-size toy.
''This incident will definitely be the highlight of our day. The CCTV footage convinced us all we were dealing with a real tiger.
''It's not often an incident leaves our staff with a smile on their face and it just goes to show the diverse type of incident we are called to deal with.''
Several homes in Southampton are without power after big thunderstorms overnight.
The new plastic £10 note will be unveiled at Winchester Cathedral later.
Patients who ring the ambulance service in Hampshire could soon be assessed using video-call technology such as Skype.
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