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Poldark heartthrob Aidan Turner, 33, 'flipped' and 'lost it' when filming the hit BBC show at Botallack Mine in Cornwall after around 50 fans of the hit series tried to take photographs of him.

One woman, wearing a checkered (left) shirt approached the 33-year-old and asked for a photograph but was turned away (top right).

She was upset and walked off (bottom right) after going to the remote location to watch the popular show being filmed.

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Dutton was on the run for six years but was eventually tracked down in Greece after a joint manhunt by Greater Manchester Police and Cheshire Constabulary in December. Dutton fled the UK in 2010 after 18 members of his drug gang were sentenced to prison for a combined total of 170 years.He had a 'cocaine factory' in Stockport, which was raided in 2009, and was planning to ship huge quantities of the class A drug into Greater Manchester.The extraordinary stories of these Mail readers show, the 8-Week Blood Sugar Diet has been astonishingly successful - and not merely for the purpose for which it was created.(Pictured left to right) Jackie Lea Bridges is on the verge of reversing her diabetes, Val Cornall is able to fulfil her dreams of tackling an adventure course, Sharon Pannett has shed her eczema and asthma as well as 10st, Dawn Pearce is no longer in constant pain and Lynne Davis can now walk without the aid of a stick.Steve Fulcher sacrificed his career, health and happiness to bring double murderer Christopher Halliwell (inset) to justice - but has been hung out to dry.

Taxi driver Halliwell killed both Sian O'Callaghan and Becky Godden (bottom left and right), and Fulcher says there is no doubt in his mind that there are other victims too.

But the veteran detective (main image with wife Yvonne) whose work brought about the conviction was disciplined for gross misconduct and ultimately hounded out of his job.

Fulcher, now 49, was then suspended from the force before being disciplined for gross misconduct and ultimately hounded out of his job.

Veteran left-winger Jeremy Corbyn, pictured in Liverpool today, insisted he wanted to 'wipe the slate clean' after trouncing rival Owen Smith, pictured right, in the leadership contest, securing 61.8 per cent of the vote.

It is his second huge win in little more than 12 months - thanks to the influx of hundreds of thousands of fanatical supporters.

The triumph, by an even bigger margin than the 59.5 per cent last year, could trigger a vicious round of score-settling by Mr Corbyn and his allies as they tighten their grip on Labour.