He ended up being sentenced to six and a half years in jail.10.Danny Dyer gets (sort of) punched For this diamond geezer's series, a rather petrified Danny Dyer came face-to-face with some of Britain's toughest 'ard nuts.
Sweeney had been visited at his hotel by Davis, despite not sharing his address with the Church, and had been followed on other occasions.So, if you're wanting to make a film about Scientology, take note, and order some throat sweets.5.Unfortunately, our website is currently unavailable in most European countries.We are engaged on the issue and committed to looking at options that support our full range of digital offerings to the EU market.The day before the finale aired, Durst was arrested on first-degree murder charges, and his case continues to this day.7. The series sees volunteers enter a prison undercover for 60 days, where not even the guards or officials know why they're in there.
Their goal is to get evidence of illegal activities within the jail that might be missed by correctional officers and surveillance systems.But one of the most memorable instances was when Rabbi David Kaye appeared at the house, looking for sex with a 13-year-old boy.Kaye was one of the (surprisingly) few men to attempt to lunge at Hansen.Although he isn't Jewish, he explains that he would rather not tell him either way.After repeatedly asking if he was "a f**king Jew", Skip asks for the cameras to be turned off, and when Louis's crew don't comply, they swiftly ask him to leave. Jeremy Clarkson drives past a VERY steep and tiny cliff in are staged in some way or another, and that this moment isn't as real as it appears. In the Bolivia special, Clarkson, Hammond and May drive along the so-called "Death Road", and once they arrive, it's clear just why it got its terrifying name.David Attenborough hangs out with a gorilla We can now look at this clip and enjoy it for the warm and cuddly mug of tea that it is, but surely there was a moment where the thought, "Yeah, this is pretty scary shit," crossed Attenborough's mind.