Yesterday's big news was the announcement that US President Barack Obama was the chosen winner for the Nobel Peace Prize. It came as a surprise to many who believe that at this point he has not yet accomplished much on the world stage. However many, including Archbishop Desmond Tutu, feel that the award "anticipates an even greater contribution towards making our world a safer place for all". Check out the top ten most popular searches of the day.
Top searches for October 10th, 2009:
- Natasha Kaplinsky
- Yob smacked video
- Obama wins Nobel
- Airport body X-rays
- Hotmail passwords
- John Cleese divorce
- Strictly race row
- Postal strike
- Only Fools and Horses
- Football's rich list
Newsreader Natasha Kaplinsky is expecting a second baby. The secret was leaked last week and spokespeople have since confirmed the story. She gave birth to her first child, Arlo, a year ago in September.
A video of a local yob receiving his come-uppance at the hands of a man he was trying to intimidate has become one of the most popular stories of the week. Local 'hard nut' Les Andrews started shouting and threatening Jason Smith on his doorstep. After remaining calm for some time, Smith, who is a Gulf War veteran and martial arts expert, floored the thug with one punch, humiliating Andrews in front of a large crowd of watchers. Andrews was later arrested.
If you know of any hot searches we've missed or have an opinion on the top searches, leave a comment and let us know.