London Lite Wednesday, 28 October 2009 3 NEIGHBOURS OUTRAGE OVER NEAR-RIOT BY TEENAGE GIRLS Manning the barricades: police check on barriers outside the house where X Factor acts like Stacey Solomon, left, are staying Inbrief Met releases 66 football riot pics POLICE today issued a photo gallery of 66 football fans wanted over the violence in the Carling Cup clash at Upton Park between West Ham and Millwall in August. One man was stabbed as hundreds rioted. Police scoured hundreds of hours of CCTV film in the probe, led by the Mets DCI Richard Tucker. He will be appealing for help on BBC1s Crimewatch tonight. Crisistalksbidto avert BA strikes WITH cabin crew already set to strike over cuts, British Airways is today in talks with a second group of employees to avert a further dispute. Unite announced a ballot for industrial action among almost 14,000 workers on new contracts. Officials from Unite and the GMB unions, representing check-in and other staff, were meeting BA chief Willie Walsh about cuts. Gang fight man knifed in head A 29-YEAR-OLD man was in a critical condition today after being stabbed in the head in a gang fight outside an east London train station last night. Another man in his twenties was stabbed in the hand, while a third sustained minor injuries. The three men were attacked outside Forest Gate station at about 11.45pm. No arrests have been made. This Christmas... a George single GEORGE MICHAEL is to release his first Christmas single in 25 years. The 46-year-old singer, who last had a festive hit with Wham! song Last Christmas in 1984, will release a new version of his single December Song on December 14. Last year, Michael completed his 25 Live tour which started in 2006 and saw him perform 92 shows in 13 countries. Barriers put up as fans go wild at X Factor house ANGRY residents near the X Factor house today said fans besieging the property had turned their wealthy neighbourhood into a circus. There was a near-riot last night when contestant John Grimes appeared at the 8ft fence surround- ing the 6m house in Golders Green. He was mobbed when teenage girls rushed towards him as police tried to hold them back. Residents have also complained about the noise of screaming fans, pornographic messages being left and rubbish in the street. Officers were also called to the property after two teenage girls flashed at singer John, 18, and his twin Edward when t h e y a p p e a r e d a t a n upstairs window in their boxer shorts. One neighbour said: Were sick to the back teeth of the disruption and if the police dont sort it, we will. People round here are extremely we a l t hy a n d h ave p e r s o n a l security. If necessary, we will blockade the street and stop the crowd ourselves. Its a nightmare around here, everyone is angry. Its non-stop with the screaming, the piles of rubbish, the traffic and the fans. It has turned into a circus. Resident Alexander Netsler added: These young girls are attracting dirty old men to stare at them. Some of them, as young as 11, are writing pornographic messages on the barriers. Another neighbour, a millionaire who wanted to remain nameless, said: Its bedlam. The girls are getting their boobs out and all sorts. John and Edward were returning from a visit to see sick children at Great Ormond Street Hospital when last nights disturbance broke out. Scotland Yard said: The police outside the house would have been one of our patrols who are in the area and monitoring the situation. We have constant dialogue with ITV about the concerns raised over public safety and any law-breaking and will continue to monitor it. A spokeswoman for Talkback Thames, the production team behind The X Factor, said: Our c rew i n s t a l le d t he b a r r ie r s because it has got very busy outside the house, being half-term week. But she added: We have no plans to move the contestants somewhere else. Target: crowds of fans outside the 6m house in Golders Green last night X-rated: John Grimes with fans by the graffiti-hit fence BY KEVIN WIDDOP 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.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html