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Charles Arthur " Charlie " Salvador formerly Charles Ali Ahmed ; born Michael Gordon Peterson on 6 December , better known as Charles Bronson , is an English criminal who has been referred to in the British press as the "most violent prisoner in Britain" and "Britain's most notorious prisoner". First arrested as a petty criminal, he was convicted and sentenced in to seven years' imprisonment for armed robbery. Additional time was added due to attacks on prisoners and guards. Upon his release in , he began a bare-knuckle boxing career in the East End of London. His promoter thought he needed a more suitable name and suggested he change it to Charles Bronson in , after the American actor. He was returned to prison in after being convicted of planning another robbery.
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A cheeky shearing shed snap that became a viral trump card for the Australian wool industry, and made a cult hero out of a local shearer, has proved a winner for a South Australian rural photographer. When a shearer nicknamed Telf stripped off during shearing time on her family's Furner property in recent years, photographer Jacqui Bateman grabbed her camera and immortalised the moment. This week, the impromptu shot — nicknamed The Naked Gun — won the People section in the Australian Council of Agricultural Journalists Rural Photography Awards, and has put Ms Bateman in the running for an international photography award.