Couple Asks Internet to Photoshop Out Shirtless Guy From Photo

You would think that by now people wouldn’t ask the whole Internet for help with photoshopping. Yet they still do…

This time, a couple asked the Internet to photoshop a shirtless man out of their picture. But the Internet did what they always do when they get a photoshop request… They hilariously trolled the couple and the results are absolutely hilarious! Here are just a few keep on scrolling to check them out.











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Details released about Bamber Bridge motorcyclist killed in Longridge crash

Police have revealed information after a 53-year-old motorcylist died in a road crash.

Police say the man was 53-year-old and died after the crash at around 5.30pm on Sunday on Preston Road, Longridge, close to the junction with Water Meadows.

It is believed a Mercedes C220 car and a Suzuki Bandit motorbike were involved in the crash.

The motorcyclist, from the Bamber Bridge area, was sadly pronounced dead at the scene.

The road was closed for around three and a half hours while specialist officers attended.

Police would now like to speak to anybody who saw the collision, or who saw either vehicle shortly before it happened.

Sergeant Finn Quainton, of the Roads Policing Unit, said: “First and foremost we would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the motorcyclist. Our thoughts are with them at this incredibly sad time.

“We are now determined to piece together exactly what occurred and would like to hear from anybody who saw the incident or saw either vehicle in the moments before the collision occurred.”

Anybody with information is asked to contact police on 101, quoting log number 1003 of July 2.

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Ben Ashworth made ‘Friend of the City’ by Preston Council

Inspirational runner and fundraiser Ben Ashworth was made the first ‘Friend of the City’ the day before he died.

The honour makes Ben the first Prestonian to be awarded the certificate from the Mayor Preston Brian Rollo.

The letter accompanying the certificate states: “You are an inspiration to the people of Preston and you epitomise the very best of our city. On a personal level, I am very proud you are a Prestonian.”

Mayor of Preston, councillor Brian Rollo, said: “Seeing the amount of money raised for Ben’s chosen charities is phenomenal and a credit to Ben, his family, and all their efforts.

“This recognition is so very well deserved and I couldn’t think of anyone else who would be top of the list. Ben will be sadly missed by all who knew him.”

The council says Ben’s reaction was simply “wow”.

The 38-year-old dad of three died after a long battle with bowel cancer on Sunday at his home in Broadgate, Preston.

Ben was diagnosed with the disease in 2012 and told he only had months to live.

After setting a target of six marathons in six months in 2014, the 38-year-old ended up running more than 20, raising thousands of pounds via the Ben’s Bowel Movements charity site.

Last Christmas time, more than 100 runners added to the fund when they took part in the Cheeky Santa Dash in Avenham Park.

Earlier in the year, he had spent several weeks in hospital after a new tumour was found on his liver. He had to undergo an 11-hour operation and was in intensive care for five weeks, but was delighted at the success of the event, at which racers not only had the option of wearing the traditional Santa suit but also a pair of special ‘bum’ shorts.

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