Florida police reportedly tried to unlock a dead man’s smartphone using is finger. The attempts they made were unsuccessful, but the story raises concerns pertaining to ethics and legality. Is it really OK to use a dead man’s finger to access his smar
Police in Largo, Florida, went to a funeral home to press a dead man's finger against his phone in a failed attempt to unlock the handset.
This was not the first attempt by police in the United States to unlock a phone in this way.
Three more people have been stabbed in London, two of them after a fight outside a Tube station.Two men were found with knife wounds on Upper Tooting Road, south London, near Tooting Bec Underground, at around 6pm on Saturday, Scotland Yard said.One man&r
A FEMALE thug called Al Capone has been jailed for two years after smashing a bottle in a man’s face. Capone, 42, attacked Robert Yeeles in her flat without warning, a court was told. He needed stitches across his nose and around his eye after the attac
THIS is the moment reckless youngsters plunge 65ft into the sea in a terrifying thrill-seeking stunt. Witnesses were left horrified as they watched the daredevils tombstoning from the notoriously dangerous spot known as the Dead Man’s Cove. Witness
CHILLING pictures of a man lying dead in the sand in crime-plagued Acapulco encapsulates the brutal violence gripping the once-idyllic tourist hotspot in Mexico. Holidaymakers found the unnamed man’s body floating face-down in the water off Caletill