#WeirdNews: Baby born in McDonalds has fast-food photoshoot

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Pommes frites von McDonalds und Ketchup Tüte der Fa Develey Senf & Feinkost GmbH, München, die seit 1972 Mc Donald's in Deutschland beliefert. dahinter eine Flasche Heinz Tomato Ketchup. Foto: Horst Galuschka

A baby born in a McDonald’s car park had his first photoshoot featuring the burger chain.

Leah Knowles and her husband Carl welcomed Logan into the world two weeks earlier than expected when the heavily pregnant mum-to-be went into labour on Easter Sunday, in the grounds of the fast food restaurant at Southend Airport Retail Park.

The couple pulled into McDonalds after Lea felt contractions and realised baby Logan couldn’t wait any longer.

Leah told the Daily Mirror: “My husband doesn’t know the area too well and just pulled into the nearest place with people – but it wasn’t an ideal location.

“There were some people around and I was concerned about whether they might see but at least we weren’t still driving at the time…. The pictures are amazing, we’re really chuffed with how unusual they are.”

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  • Pratt

    Brother VP Kalonzo must guard against being overtaken by events. This is because his responses against false allegations are either very slow to comeby, or when they ever come, they are too faint to counteract perception created by merchants of deceit. In the process, doubts are left lingering. The brother’s intentions are actually ever open to debate. Small things that should be effectively cleared are left hanging. This is to say VP’s media people seems to be amateurs unable to keep with time! The VP bieng the best presidential candidate at this point in time, needs to keep strict watch on whats being said about him. A robust swift responses to every issue is always necessary. Obviously, merchants of deceit have been using the press to paint Kalonzo in bad light. Only that brother Kalonzo seems to be lucky enough though. All lies about him end up falling on the wayside. However, when running for presidency, there wont be any enough time to allow falsehoods to fall off. They must be made to do so! Thats when it becomes extremely prudent for brother VP to go for real media people. The media people around him havent made any impact at all. He should look for REAL MEDIA PEOPE WHO HAVE WEIGHT AND ARE RECOGNIZED BY MEDIA FRATERNITY. Everytime Kalonzo says something that can be interpreted as negative, its quickly splashed in the papers. However, when he says good things, they are never highlighted. Kenyans are therefore, left without knowing the VP’s true position. I guess, thats why merchants of deceit have been quick to effortlessy plant nonsense on him. The shuttle diplomacy and campaign for new consitution are cases in point. While shuttle diplomacy was clearly a presidential assignment, deceitful merchants quickly painted same as a mere Kalonzo adventure. Even Kalonzo’s own friends never ever put the record straight. The lucky thing is that now merchants of deceit have definitely acknowledged that the VP’s mission was actually a masterstroke. Kalonzo’s so called media people, if there are any, are still a sleep! This is a major issue that should change the way Kenyans think about Kalonzo. That clueless devils have been up in arms against an otherwise exemplary man, must be passed over to Kenyans. The constitution was another issue that brother Kalonzo’s guys flatly failed. While the document was actually authored by Kalonzo’s party, mischief was employed even to insult and deny him any credit for the whole process. Even those who were on reserve benches for want of language, quickly claimed ownership of the document. While events, like justice Omollo’s saga, empty delays in implementing the constitution, were to later vindicate the VP, his media people still remained in deep sleep! That conmen have called the VP their own names without challenge is not in doubt at all. The brother too needs services of serious spin doctors. Also people with wide political experience like Mzee Hon. Joseph Kamotho might be of great help.

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