Wednesday, 29 December 2010

JLS Play London Wembley Arena With Tinie Tempah

JLS to finish their UK tour with two shows returned to London and performed at Wembley Arena.

Special guest Tinie Tempah joined the group on stage and performed a song with him.The hits laden set included 'The Club Is Alive' and 'Eyes Wide Shut' from the new album 'Outta This World', as well as songs from their self-titled debut.

JLS has concluded their UK tour at Wembley Arena and performed their last two show.

Thursday, 23 December 2010

At Wembley Arena JLS Perform Final Concert

JLS fans recently returned to London to gave his appreciate after their UK tour which two concert at Wembley Arena.

Including on stage with this group a particular guest Tinie Tempah who performed one song with them. The hits laden set included 'The Club Is Alive' and 'Eyes Wide Shut' from the new album 'Outta This Worl'.

At Wembley Arena JLS perform his final concert in London.

Friday, 10 December 2010

At Wembley Arena concert: Charged four man larceny mobile phones

In Wembley Arena at music concert for Pendulum band in their four man have been charged their larceny phones and during a police operation, the operation, between the National Mobile Phone Crime Unit and Wembley police officers on Friday evening.

So police had confirmed that its a targeted of gang because the prove of this larceny for mobile phone.

Police confirmed today (Sunday) Abdul Rahim Brahim, 21, Abdullah Benghadfa, 23, Adrian Ionut Iager, 29, and a 17-year-old male will appear at Brent Magistrates' Court tomorrow charged with conspiracy to theft. Benghadfa and Iager are also charged with going equipped to larceny.

Detective Sergeant Keith Walters of the NMPCU said, "Police from the NMPCU, Wembley and TSG were able to arrest eight people for stealing mobile phones from members of the public who had ventured out on a bitterly cold evening to enjoy the concert at Wembley Arena. Many of the victims are ecstatic that we have been able to catch the perpetrators and return their mobile phones to them. This type of event is often targeted for such crime and police advise members to be vigilant at all times, especially when in such close proximity with such a large number of people. We have worked with Wembley Arena to catch these criminals and ensure concert goers don't become victims of crime."