Friday, June 24, 2011

Glastonbury 2011: Quick morning press round-up

The Mail has heartbreaking news:

Glaston-buried: Fans drown in sea of mud and the music hasn't even started yet
Hang about, though - nobody has yet drowned. Which is lucky. It turns out the Mail headline should have been 'photos of pretty young women in wellingtons'.

Unusually for the the Telegraph, it has ignored the chance to print pictures of teenage girls and gone instead with a muddy bloke:
Some visitors were doing their best to have fun in Britain's biggest mudbath - and teenage reveller Tom Wilder ensured the cheers started early at Glastonbury.

The 17-year-old's giant puddle slide was becoming the festival's first cult hit with a day to spare before the main acts take to the Pyramid Stage.
Well, I suppose it's better than Bono.

The Times is unreachable.

[Part of Glastonbury 2011 full coverage]

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