A bodybuilder and OnlyFans star is suing an Australian bar after he was left ‘disabled’ at the venue six years ago after being involved in a heated brawl.
As train strikes continue to cause disruption to travellers a campaign group has turned the tables highlighting how services, which do run, ignore the needs of disabled travellers.
Wrestler Hulk Hogan is undergoing the 11th back surgery of his career after he has reportedly been ‘paralysed from the waist down’.
The 69-year-old has rarely spoken about the physical strain he has put his body through over his 35 years in the ring.
But his friend Kurt Angle has said Hogan, real name Terry Bollea, has undergone an unknown procedure where surgeons removed nerves from his back.
Speaking on a recent podcast Angle did not go into detail about the operation and it is not known if the former wrestler will recover feelings in his legs.
Angle said: “He had the nerves cut from his lower body, he can’t feel his lower body. So, he has to use his cane to walk around.
“I thought he was using the cane because he has pain in his back. He doesn’t have any pain, he has nothing at all. He can’t feel anything.”
He continued: “So now he can’t feel his legs. So he has to walk with a cane which is, you know, that’s pretty serious, man.”
Hogan mentioned his medical procedures in 2021, in a previous interview he said: “My knees are fake, hips are fake, back is full of metal and part of my face is full of metal.”
[ The wrestler came up with his name after he realised he was bigger than Lou Ferrigno, who played The Hulk. ]
An art gallery has come under fire for selling a souvenir which some guests have branded inappropriate and offensive to those struggling with their mental health.
We are pretty sure Samanatha Cartlow won’t be heading to DFS in the January sales after the furniture store has potentially ruined their Christmas.
Heathrow airport has been criticised for its commitment to passengers with accessible needs after a study shows a number of disabled passengers have missed their flights due to the lack of support from staff.
Doctors are urging parents to check their children for symptoms of strep A after six youngsters have lost their lives to the potentially fatal infection.
A disabled student has highlighted barriers people in wheelchairs are up against if they go to a nightclub in the UK.