Poached Chicken & Herbs Sandwich on Sourdough Bread From French Toast. French Toast is a cafe with 3 chains in Kochi. I usually like their food but this ridiculously priced sandwich is a rip off! And the sandwich is one of my least favourite sandwiches ever!
1. 12 camels were disqualified from a Saudi beauty pageant when a veterinarian was caught injecting their noses, lips, and jaw with botox to make them more attractive.
2. A young Saudi woman, who was flying to Australia to escape an arranged marriage, was forcibly removed from her flight and returned to Saudi Arabia because she didn’t have permission from her male guardian to travel.
3. Some Saudi Arabian cities have banned walking your dog or cat because it enhances contact between men and women.
4. In Saudi Arabia justice system the arrested are often not informed the crime they are accused of or given access to a lawyer and are subject to torture if they don’t confess. At trial, there’s a presumption of guilt and the accused is often unable to present a legal defense.
5. Saudi Arabia’s religious police have an “Anti-Witchcraft Unit” who operate a hotline to which citizens can report magic.
Arsenal had two players sent off as they threw away a lead and lost to Wolves – who won for the first time in nine Premier League games. The Gunners, who had earlier hit the woodwork twice and had a goal disallowed, went ahead when Nicolas Pepe held off two Wolves challenges and curled a fine finish into the net. But Arsenal were reduced to 10 men when defender David Luiz brought down Willian Jose, with Ruben Neves equalising with the resulting penalty in first-half injury time. Joao Moutinho scored with a brilliant strike from 30 yards out to put the hosts ahead soon after the restart.
However, the Gunners were then reduced to nine men as goalkeeper Bernd Leno handled the ball outside of his penalty area after racing out trying to deny Adama Traore. This was Wolves’ first league victory since a 2-1 victory at Molineux against Chelsea on 15 December, although they had also won two FA Cup ties – against Crystal Palace and National League North side Chorley – since then. Wolves remain in 14th and Arsenal – who would have gone sixth with victory – stay 10th, eight points behind fourth-placed Leicester City in the final Champions League qualification spot. The turning point came in first-half injury time when Arsenal were leading 1-0 and were dominant.
Daniel Podence played the ball through to Jose and the Brazilian, on his home debut, had his heel clipped from behind by compatriot Luiz. Referee Craig Pawson decided that Luiz had made no attempt to play the ball and sent the centre-back off. It was Luiz’s third red card for Arsenal after also being dismissed in the 2-2 draw at Chelsea in January 2020 and then again in the 3-0 loss to Manchester City in June. After the match, both managers had contrasting opinions with Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo saying Pawson had “no other option” but to award the penalty and send off Luiz. However, Gunners manager Mikel Arteta said he “cannot tell you where the contact is” and suggested the club may appeal Luiz’s red card.
Gunners boss Mikel Arteta made a defensive substitution at the break as centre-back Gabriel came on for forward Alexandre Lacazette, but it only took the hosts four minutes of the second half to go ahead, through Moutinho’s superb strike. The visitors brought on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for goalscorer Pepe in the 61st minute in an attempt to rescue something from the game. But Leno made a shocking decision in the 72nd minute as he sprinted out of his box, trying to reach the ball before the pacey Traore, but the goalkeeper misjudged the bounce, handled the ball and was dismissed. With Mat Ryan, who signed from Brighton last month, injured, third-choice goalkeeper Runar Runarsson was given a Premier League debut.