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‘Botox bandits’ wanted after fleeing beauty clinic without paying £510 bill

A furious beautician has blasted two ‘botox bandits’ who fled her clinic without paying their £510 bill.

The couple, who claimed to be mother and daughter, are accused of staging an elaborate scam.

Beautician Jade Adams, 28, posted photos of the women on Facebook and contacted police after Monday’s incident.

The couple, with Irish accents, booked hour-long treatments at their Jade Louise Aesthetics clinic.

After the sessions they went out but left a coat suggesting they would return – but never did.

Jade, 28, who has run the Coventry business for 18 months, said: ‘It’s disgusting because it was all a scam.

Bandits dodged paying the bill at the lounge

“They refused to pay a deposit but made a follow-up appointment so I thought they were level.

“The woman, who said she was the mum, was lovely and chatted with me. They had botox and the girl had lip fillers.

“She told her daughter to use her phone to call a nail technician. The daughter left and after a few minutes the mother said she would find her.

The beautician called the cops
The beautician called the cops

“She left a parka so I thought she would come back but she didn’t. I feel pretty stupid and upset about it.

Jade, who takes photos of clients, posts them online.

Police confirmed that an allegation of theft had been reported.

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Meet the Derby beautician who is opening a clinic just for men

A successful Derby entrepreneur will soon be launching a new clinic, but this new high street edition will only cater to the beauty needs of men.

Lorah Davey, 29, owner of Urban Angel Aesthetics on Pear Tree Road, graduated as a beautician in 2020 and took over ownership of her popular clinic last year. She has now decided to open a new place next door in a bid to fight the stigma attached to male beauty treatments.

His company’s new branch, where male staff will provide other men with skin treatments, is set to open in the coming weeks at Pear Tree Plaza. Lorah adds that the atmosphere and look of the building will be “manly” to put customers at ease.

Procedures such as: micro-needling, chemical peels, skin boosters, hyaluronic acid filler injections, other dermal fillers and botox will be offered. Laser scar and tattoo removal will also be offered.

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Lorah said: “Men don’t really want to come for treatment from a woman and they’re too scared to try botox – they think it’s too feminine.

“We were thinking of opening a clinic for manly men with treatment performed by a man. We want to end the stigma. Men can also benefit from beauty treatments.

What Derby’s next men’s clinic looks like now.

“We have people, about ten, who are already waiting to start with us.”

She added that she thinks it was a good decision despite the current business uncertainties, as her field is growing daily. There is also a gap in the market that they have spotted in Derby.

Lorah said: “The beauty industry is growing every day, but there’s nothing for men that we can see in the derby. I don’t know about the wider region.

“We hope this becomes a wider movement, and we hope to open franchises in other cities such as Birmingham, Leicester, Manchester and Nottingham.”

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Health Minister Maree Todd accused of expecting abortion clinic staff to ‘act like bouncers’

Health Minister Maree Todd has been accused of expecting overworked and overworked health staff to ‘act like bouncers’.

MSPs and campaigners have widely criticized the Scottish Government’s Minister for Public Health, Women’s Health and Sport for being ‘out of touch with reality’ after suggesting that people facing harassment outside abortion clinics should discuss their concerns with service providers.

It comes after Labor MSP Monica Lennon submitted a parliamentary question in light of recent protests at the Sandyford Health Clinic in Glasgow, as well as ongoing protests outside the QEUH.

She asked, “What support can be given to anyone who might be reluctant to come to sexual health and Pap smear appointments at clinics where anti-abortion protests are taking place?”

Monica Lennon wants to see buffer zones expedited

In a written response, Maree Todd said: “The Scottish Government believes that all women have the right to access comprehensive universal healthcare, including abortion services, without fear or intimidation.

“The Scottish Government is currently considering how to tackle the protests and vigilantes that intimidate women when accessing health services, and is looking to make progress as soon as possible.

“In light of recent protests outside sexual health clinics, if a person feels uncomfortable attending an appointment, they should contact the clinic directly to discuss their concerns.”

The men are currently outside the Sandyford Clinic
Protesters outside the Sandyford Clinic

The comment received major backlash, with many believing an additional burden is now placed on healthcare staff whose morale is already at an all-time low with the anti-abortion lobby.

Central Scotland representative Monica said: ‘The climate of fear and intimidation caused by the anti-abortion lobby has left women afraid to go to hospitals and clinics.

“Doctors, midwives and nurses have to pick up the pieces when their morale is already low.

“Healthcare workers shouldn’t be expected to act as bouncers, just as women shouldn’t have to run the gauntlet of anti-abortion activists.

Men held signs and shouted outside the Sandyford Clinic
Men held signs and shouted outside the Sandyford Clinic

“It’s only a matter of time before someone gets hurt unless the Scottish Government starts to take the appropriate action.

“Responding to calls from Back Off Scotland and other abortion rights campaigners, Nicola Sturgeon has agreed to chair an emergency summit and it must happen urgently, with unions representing health workers at Table.”

Back Off Scotland is calling for 150m buffer zones to be put in place around clinics that have been offering abortion services since 2020.

Their co-founder slammed Maree Todd for her suggestion as she slammed the ‘shocking’ comment and described it as ‘out of touch’.

Back Onside shared a photo of protesters standing outside Glasgow's Queen Elizabeth University Hospital on Sunday evening
Protesters outside Glasgow’s Queen Elizabeth University Hospital

Lucy Grieve, co-founder of Back Off Scotland, said: “It is shocking that we have come to a point where government inaction has paved the way for ministers asking understaffed and overwhelmed sexual health establishments to ‘offer advice to people in distress by protesters.

“To echo the sentiments of a QEUH midwife I spoke to yesterday, the Women’s Health Minister’s suggestion is out of touch with reality.

“Instead of primary legislation – which will take a long time to pass through parliament – it is vital that the Scottish Government use their powers and enact emergency legislation as a stopgap measure.

“The Scottish Government, under Maree Todd, is failing women and staff at every turn on the buffer zone issue.

“At its core, this is a problem of access to health care and we need a solution for these protests before anyone gets hurt.

Monica Lennon’s parliamentary question came after anti-abortion protests outside the Sandyford Clinic in Glasgow left patients distressed and in tears.

Far-right Rose with other protesters on Friday
The 40 Days For Life group outside QEUH

Two men outside were seen holding sickening signs stating ‘babies are being murdered here’.

Staff were forced to play loud music from their own cars in a desperate attempt to drown out protesters who were using a microphone while arguing with activists.

One of the men was recorded saying, “It’s a human being, it’s alive. That’s why they call it an abortion. You’re ending the life of a baby – a human being – where is their right?

It is unclear whether the men belong to the same US anti-abortion group, 40 Days For Life, which campaigns outside QEUH every Tuesday.

Gillian Mackay MSP has now launched a consultation on her member’s bill to introduce national buffer zone laws.

Maree Todd MSP has been contacted for comment.

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