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  1. What next ?lol, what are your thoughts? Should trunks stay or go? A POPULAR theme park has banned men from wearing Speedos or skimpy budgie smugglers on site, claiming they disrupt the site's family atmosphere. The Alton Towers has banned Speedos and other types of tight swimming trunks at its Staffordshire site on grounds of taste. The trunks are favoured by the likes of Rod Stewart and soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo. But it seems Alton Towers' bosses cannot stomach the types of swimwear that have featured at their waterpark, reckoning them "more suited to Spain than Staffordshire". The company said that a number of men had been sporting tight trunks during the hot weather. It went on: "To prevent embarrassment among fellow members of the public and to maintain the family friendly atmosphere at the resort, bosses have taken the extreme measure of banning these tight trunks from their popular waterpark located within the Splash Landings Hotel.
  2. Anyone going to see Budgie at Wollongong on Saturday night, look out for the guy in the big Welsh flag. That'll be me! Budgie + Phil Emmanuel + Stone Ox Saturday $43.50 - $58.90 U.K. RockMetal legends BUDGIE are returning to Australia in 2009 for their second national tour. The raw energy of this band was a catalyst for the British & U.S. classic rockmetal scene in the early 70s. The power of their performances during the 2008 Australian tour showed that the excitement of their live shows continues to thrill concert goers young and old.