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Jeremy Kyle documentary about Norwich 'The Kyle Files Jeremy Kyle.

Picture Ian West/PA Wire The Kyle File Dangers Of A Night Out explores drinking culture and the dangers revellers face on a night out in Britain. It uses Norwich as a case study. The programme information states: "He visits Norwich, which perhaps surprisingly appears in statistics as one of the top five places for drink related hospital admissions in the UK." The documentary also hears from two families affected by tragedies caused directly by drinking and the man who represents the night time industry in Britain. The controversial television presenter visited the city in September for filming and spent the night exploring Norwich's nightclub hub where he chatted with staff from the East of England Ambulance Service, the SOS bus and visited some of the city's clubs. Prince of Wales Road in Norwich. Picture: ARCHANT LIBRARY MORE: 'What I saw was unbelievable' Jeremy Kyle on his visit to Norwich's Prince of Wales Road Speaking after his visit to Prince of Wales louis vuitton fashion bracelet Mr Kyle said: "I have to say the paramedics and the people behind the SOS bus and other emergency services were all amazing. But what they have to deal with at times is shameful. "I saw people being arrested for violence, people collapsed in their own vomit and for a time it was pretty chaotic down there. I never would have thought a night out in Norwich could be so raucous, or turn so sour for some." In 2015 Norwich was named as the fourth most dangerous drinking spot in England due to the number of drinkers seeking hospital treatment after a night out. An ITV source said that Kyle wanted see for himself how much truth was behind the Prince of Wales Road headlines. Mr Kyle added: "I've got some good friends in Norwich and I've always been amazed by just how nice and gentle and beautiful the city is. He spent time with the SOS Bus. Picture by David Powles MORE: louis vuitton shoes size chart Norfolk police inspector slams Jeremy Kyle's verdict on Prince of Wales Road "But it's fair to say that Saturday night down the Prince of Wales Road was my first, probably my last too some of what I saw down there was unbelievable!" But his visit was slammed by Norfolk Constabulary's licensing team who stated that what it will portray Norwich as could not be further from the truth. It is not the first time Price of Wales Road has been the subject of a documentary. In 2015 it appeared in the Channel 5 programme 'Norwich After Dark' which shined a light on the binge drinking culture in the city and in 2013 Prince of Wales Road taxi firm Courtesy Taxis was the main the focal point of 'Up All Night: The Minicab Office' on Channel 4. MORE: 'Such a shame to portray Norwich this way' Readers' reaction to Jeremy Kyle's Norwich visit What's changed over the years? Several things concentrating bars in one place so that pub crawlers don't get a ten minute walk in the fresh air between venues; 'pre loading' drinking at home before going out; drinking hours extended beyond the old 11pm closing time. But the main one is cultural. Nowadays people get drunk as an excuse to behave badly. In the past, being able to 'hold your drink' was a sign of manhood you'd be ridiculed by your mates if you showed you were drunk. Even if you were seeing double and could hardly stand, you'd make every effort to try and walk in a straight line; self respect depended on it. That's gone now. Any other council would likely be shamed into doing something about the disgraceful scene that is PoW rd. Sadly though, I would put money on them high fiving one another, about Norwich being in the headlines with a "There's no such thing as bad press!" attitude. The last time that I went there in the night hours, I was driving down towards the train station. One of the numerous sets of traffic lights went red, so I stopped and whilst stationary a young "gentleman" banged on my passenger window. I looked at him puzzled and wound down the window, he then chuckled, "Look at this, over there". I looked out of my window, to where he was pointing. I soon wish I hadn't looked, as there was a young lady in tight white jeans, curled up on the pavement who had clearly defecated herself, as there was a significant amount of brown around her backside. Her friends were doubled over with laughter, whilst I and a couple in the car behind me, were mortified. Fortunately the light turned green and I was able to continue my journey. It's not really the best thing about Norwich, is it? The next generation, drinking, fighting and soiling themselves on the pavement. I'm sure that Prince Charles would be delighted. Any other council would likely be shamed into doing something about the disgraceful scene that is PoW rd. Sadly though, I would put money on them high fiving one another, about Norwich being in the headlines with a "There's no such thing as bad press!" attitude. The last time that I went there in the night hours, I was driving down towards the train station. One of the numerous sets of traffic lights went red, so I stopped and whilst stationary a young "gentleman" banged on my passenger window. I looked at him puzzled and wound down the window, he then chuckled, "Look at this, over there". I looked out of my window, to where he was pointing. I soon wish I hadn't looked, as there was a young lady in tight white jeans, curled up on the pavement who had clearly defecated herself, as there was a significant amount of brown around her backside. Her friends were doubled over with laughter, whilst I and a couple in the car behind me, were mortified. Fortunately the light turned green and I was able to continue my journey. It's not really the best thing about Norwich, is it? The next generation, drinking, fighting and soling themselves on the pavement. I'm sure that Prince Charles would be delighted. On 24 September 2007, a Manchester District Judge, Alan Berg, was sentencing a man who head butted his love rival while appearing on the show. Judge Berg was reported in the Manchester Evening News as saying: "I have had the misfortune, very recently, of watching The Jeremy Kyle Show. It seems to me that the purpose of this show is to effect a morbid and depressing display of dysfunctional people whose lives are in turmoil", and that it was "a plain disgrace which goes under the guise of entertainment". He described it as "human bear baiting" and added that "it should not surprise anyone that these people, some of whom have limited intellects, become aggressive with each other. This type of incident is exactly what the producers want. These self righteous individuals should be in the dock with you.

They pretend there is some kind of virtue in putting louis vuitton neverfull pochette out a louis vuitton green briefcase show like this.".


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