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Man arrested after allegedly dressing as Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi for Halloween | UK News

A man has been arrested for allegedly dressing up as the Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi for Halloween.

It comes after pictures appeared online of a man wearing an Arabian-style headdress and a T-shirt that said “I love Ariana Grande”, along with a backpack with the words “boom” and “TNT” written on it.

Abedi detonated a bomb at the end of an Ariana Grande concert in May 2017, killing himself and 22 people – including seven children.

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North Yorkshire Police confirmed it had detained a suspect after receiving complaints from members of the public about “a man wearing an offensive costume”.

The force added in a statement: “The man was arrested on 1 November on suspicion of a number of offences including using a public communication network to send offensive messages.

“He remains in police custody for questioning at this time.”

Bradley Lowery: Man, 31, charged with public order offence after image of six-year-old allegedly mocked at football match | UK News

A 31-year-old man has been charged with a public order offence after an image of a six-year-old Sunderland fan who died of cancer was displayed at a football match.

Dale Houghton, from Rotherham, will appear before Sheffield Magistrates’ Court on Monday morning in connection to the incident, which took place at a match between Sheffield Wednesday and Sunderland on Friday.

Police said they have also applied for a football banning order.

A 27-year-old man, also arrested on Saturday, has been released on police bail while further enquiries are conducted.

Houghton was remanded in custody.

Following the incident, more than £11,000 has been raised for The Bradley Lowery Foundation, a charity set up after his death in 2017.

The Sheffield Wednesday Football Club Women’s Supporters’ Group set up a GoFundMe page on Saturday, which has now smashed its initial £5,000 target.

The funds will go towards a holiday home that the foundation is building in Scarborough, to help bereaved families and children going through treatment.

In a statement, the foundation said it was “overwhelmed” by the support and wanted to thank everyone who has contacted the charity.

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Sheffield Wednesday also released a statement shortly after the incident apologising to Bradley’s friends and family.

The young football fan was diagnosed with rare childhood cancer neuroblastoma when he was just 18-months-old. He died in 2017.

On Sunday, Lynn Murphy, co-founder of the foundation, said Bradley brought rival teams within the game together.

“He went through some gruelling treatments, but he always did it with a smile on his face, and that smile is the thing that everyone remembers him for,” she told Sky News.

He was a mascot for both Sunderland and England and also struck up a close bond with striker Jermain Defoe, who called him his “best mate”.