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Campbell, 25, sported a black corset-style leather top at Fashion Week on Tuesday night, worth just under a staggering $7,735 The top's princess sleeves brought to mind a fairy tale-themed costume with a biker chic edge. But the fit was less than perfect, with Jesinta's cleavage sitting unevenly in the plunging neckline. The puffy sleeves were also a little uneven, with one pouf appearing higher than the other. While the outfit presented some issues, it's clean lines and clinging fit flattered Jesinta's slender figure. Fashion Week fail? While the outfit presented some issues, it's clean lines and clinging fit flattered the model's slender figure Leather princess: The top's princess sleeves brought to mind a fairy tale-themed costume with a biker chic edge Tall order! The David Jones ambassador teamed the top with a pair of dark blue denim jeans and black stilettos with pin-thin heels The brunette teamed the top with a pair of dark blue denim jeans and black stilettos with pin-thin heels. Her enormous $100,000 engagement ring was also front and centre as a statement piece on her finger. A studded black handbag completed the look, as did a pair of drop earrings with a silver sphere adornment. Odd fit: The top's fit was less than perfect, with the beauty's cleavage sitting unevenly in the top's plunging neckline Boxy: Jesinta posed inside the Bec and Bridge show, with the leather sleeves creating a boxy silhouette as she sat front row with Elyse Taylor, 30, at the runway event The beauty posed again inside the Bec and Bridge show, with the leather sleeves creating a boxy silhouette as she sat front row at the runway event. Jesinta was seated next to model Elyse Taylor, 30, who wore a bell-sleeved, pleated black dress that reached her ankles. The wife of AFL star Lance 'Buddy' Franklin also showed off her flawless make up, which featured a neutral lip and dramatic burnt orange blush.
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Three UK men questioned after easyJet flight diverted to Cologne World News | Sun Jun 11, 2017 | 6:26am EDT Three UK men questioned after easyJet flight diverted to Cologne BERLIN German authorities are questioning three British men detained after their conversations on board an easyJet flight from Slovenia to London prompted the pilot to divert to Cologne, Germany, a local police spokesman said. No explosives were found in their luggage or on the plane and a spokeswoman for the airport said the remaining passengers were scheduled to fly on to London around 1100 GMT. Nine people received medical treatment after all 151 passengers were evacuated from the Airbus 319 aircraft using emergency slides. The pilot diverted the flight from Ljubljana to Cologne on Saturday evening after passengers reported that the men were talking about "terrorist matters", police and state prosecutors said in a joint statement. Bild newspaper quoted a spokesman for the German federal police as saying the pilot decided to land the aircraft in Cologne after passengers told airline personnel they had heard the men using words including "bomb" and "explosive". The men were aged 31, 38 and 48, a spokesman for Cologne police said. Bild newspaper said the men worked for a London company and were returning to London after a business trip. A backpack that belonged to the men was examined and destroyed in a controlled explosion by authorities but no dangerous contents or explosives were found in the bag or on board the aircraft, a police spokesman said. Police and prosecutors had said they were investigating a suspicion that the men were preparing to carry out, "a serious violent crime that could have jeopardized the state". On Sunday, the police spokesman said it was unclear if any charges would be brought against the men. The airport spokeswoman said air traffic had returned to normal after a three-hour interruption on Saturday evening.