Founder of controversial website is forced to defend its policy of posting pictures of people drunk and unawares often taken without their knowledge. How hero soldier won the Military Cross for unimaginable bravery in The site - which includes photos of young women vomiting into toilets, women seemingly passed out in their underwear and teenage boys slumped by the roadside - has provoked an angry response. Staffordshire Police Stafford fire: Officers tried to wake up the man so they could work out what to do with him.
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