Russian YouTube vlogger Ruslan Sokolovsky faces up to 5 years in prison for playing Pokemon Go in church. After recording and posting the hunt online to his 300,000 followers, he was visited by the law and has been accused of "offending religious sensibilities". To be fair, the Russian government did issue a warning to its citizens first.
It turns out that widespread and longstanding failures by the Royal Bank of Scotland (Now part of the Lloyds Banking group), have been causing some concern to the authorities. Way back around 2007/9, 28 struggling small businesses in the Reading area seem to have been given loans by RBS that did not comply with that banks official lending policy (You can say that again!) Senior banker at the RBS, Lynden
Paris St-Germain full-back Serge Aurier was stopped from entering the United Kingdom and will miss Wednesday's Champions League match against Arsenal. The Ivorian, 23, was given a two-month suspended prison sentence in September for assaulting a police officer. PSG say the UK authorities granted Aurier a visa in October but revoked it on 16 November, citing his conviction.