London Lite Thursday, 23 July 2009 sniping at girlfriend rattles sensitive fast bowler sport: pages 38&39 is mummy to blame for aussie ashesflop? misconduct, which can lead to dismissal, is now under way. The sex party is said to have taken place last month at the Pineapple, close to Waterloo station. It reportedly began when the WPC, in her late twenties, performed a sexual act on her boyfriend in the packed bar area. Another four officers in their thirties reportedly had sex with the civilian, aged 19, in the pub lavatory. One officer said: It was scandalous. Sources said the woman had been drinking throughout the evening and apparently consented. It is understood that no complaint has been received from either woman and no one has been suspended. The civilian worker refused to comment on the allegations at her parents home in south London. She said: Im off work with flu. I dont want to talk. The Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Sir Paul Stephenson, is said to be angry over what he described as a disturbing incident. Loser: Johnson at Lords The Australian defeat at the last Ashes Test could all have been down to superstar bowler Mitchell Johnsons mum. It has been claimed that the sensitive Aussie cant bowl straight because he is upset by remarks his mother, Vikki harber, 45, made about his girl- friend, model and karate cham- pion Jessica Bratich, 28. Ms Bratich stands accused of stealing Johnson, 27, while Ms harber also hit out at the way bitchy cricket WAGs go on all the trips, while parents are neglected. She said: For the wives and the children I think it is great they support them and send them over there, but who are these girlfriends? They are just girlfriends. The pressure of the rift appears to have shown in Johnsons bowling. he produced some of the most expensive figures ever recorded as his side lost the second Test at Lords on Monday. During the first Test in Cardiff, he was also involved in a spat with englands Kevin Pietersen as the sides warmed up. Retired leg-spinner Shane Warne and former Aussie cap- tain Kim hughes both fear the row c o u l d c o s t Australia their most fearsome weapon. hughes said t o d a y : I found it incredibly surpris- ing that his mum said what she did -- Mitchell Johnson is a pretty sensitive young man and now it looks like he i s t o t a l l y d e v o i d o f self-confidence. That really added some extra pressure and he is a young man who has got other things on his mind. When you lose confidence in yourself, all of a sudden there are techni- cal things that you lose as well. But Ms harber responded: To suggest Im responsible for Australia losing the Ashes series, thats just ridiculous. She also sent her son a tearful plea, saying: Never forget I love you, mate. Johnsons father Kevin said having Ms Bratich on tour was a good thing for his son. by neal collins On tour: Mitchell Johnson and Jessica Mouthy mum: Vikki Harber E Continued from Page 1 Metcivvyworker,19,hadsexwithfourofficersinpubloos Inbrief Higher wages for taller men Tall men earn more than their shorter colleagues because they are seen as more intelligent and powerful. according to a study by the australian National University, a 6ft man can expect 1.5 per cent more pay than a workmate who is 5ft 10ins. The research also found that height made less of a difference for women. good mews for danny and Kelly RUGBY star Danny Cipriani has set up home with his model girlfriend Kelly Brook after finally deciding to move out of his mothers house, it was reported today. Friends say Cipriani, 21, and Brook, 29, have chosen a pretty mews home in south-west london, close to his taxi-driver mum annes modest semi-detached house in Raynes Park. soho shooting: woman is held a WOMaN has been arrested after a teenager was shot in the head with an airgun in a busy Soho street. Police say the suspect was seized in connection with the attack in New Compton Street at 3.30pm yesterday. Witnesses described seeing the man, whose injuries are not thought to be life- threatening, screaming for help and nursing a bloodied head. iphones tube exit strategy NEW apple iPhone software directs commuters to the exact Tube carriage they need to travel in to make a quick exit from the station. Tube Exits, which runs on apples iPhone and sells for 1.59, is the brainchild of lance Stewart, 33, from Wimbledon, who visited all 270 Tube stations in eight days to make a note of all the exits. H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html