The second man is said to have tried to escape over a third-floor balcony at a building in San Antonio on the Spanish party island, but was later arrested. The Mountain View-based company is the most popular search engine in the world and this fine, set to be announced at 12pm BST will take the firm to .7 billion (£5.1 billion) in EU fines since 2017.Tanyalee Davis, 37, was left sobbing after a train guard ordered her to move her mobility scooter.Announcing his ruling today, High Court judge Mr Justice Mann said the BBC had infringed the star's privacy rights in a 'serious and sensationalist way'.The veteran popstar - who was previously given £400,000 by the police in an out-of-court settlement last year - was today awarded £210,000 damages, which is set to rise at a later date.Readers were left baffled by the piece taking to Twitter to complain that Miss Donovan could live 'comfortably' on that salary.
Ms Davis has dwafism and relies on her specially modified mobility scooter to get around as she cannot walk long distances.
Kate Donovan, 29, originally from Australia but living in London, appeared in the Our Money series for i News exploring how the public spend and save their money.
In the piece titled 'How I live on a £69,500 salary while saving to buy a two-bedroom flat', Kate explains the cut backs she has made while saving for her first home.
Anna Searle, 62, was found strangled at home in Stowmarket, Suffolk on December 30, after she confronted Stephen Searle (together bottom left) about his affair with their son's girlfriend.
Mr Justice Green, sentencing Searle, 64, (top left) to a minimum of 14 years told him: 'Your actions have cause devastating waves of pain and anguish to crash through your entire family.' The judge said he took into account Searle's age and a recent prostate cancer diagnosis, telling him: 'You will spend a good part of the remainder of your life, and possibly all of it, in prison'.