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Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Woman’s body found in Dublin woods, garda appeal over missing teen and ‘that’ Wimbledon skirt is to be sold for charity – it’s the Fix.

NEED TO CATCH up? brings you a round-up of today’s news.


body in coolmine woods 758A6822_90518178 State pathologist Marie Cassidy and her team at the crime scene in Coolmine Woods in Dublin 15, where a woman's body was discovered this afternoon Source: Eamonn Farrell/


Royal visit to Poland - Day One The Duke of Cambridge and Prince George arrive at Warsaw Chopin airport, on day one of their five-day tour of Poland and Germany. Source: Dominic Lipinski

#GERMANY: Several assaults and cases of sexual harassment were reported in alcohol-fuelled weekend disturbances that saw youths rampage through a small German town.

#EYE-WATERING: Surgeons at Solihull hospital in London removed 27 contact lenses from the eye of a 67-year-old woman who had come in for routine cataract surgery.

#VENEZUELA: Over 7 million people voted in a ‘symbolic election’ in protest against the ruling president Nicolas Maduro.


Viral videos are ten-a-penny these days. There are so many people out there whose sole goal in life is to get themselves that highly-sought 15 minutes of fame.

But then there are those who come along and you’re delighted for them. Step up Chris Quinn of Greystones Tennis Club who shot to fame by squeezing into Kim Clijsters’ white skirt during an impromptu Wimbledon cameo.

It has now emerged that Quinn is now auctioning off said skirt for the Gavin Glynn Foundation – a charity which helps families of children with cancer with flights and accommodation should they need to travel abroad for treatment.

You can donate here.

In case you haven’t seen it yet, you can watch it back in all its glory below.

Source: Wimbledon/YouTube

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