"CCTV shows they went straight over to the gaming machine and crowded round
it and Storr was seen bending down at the back of the machine.
The police have traced the Munsters, and they've insisted that they had only crowded round
me to give me the benefit of their ecclesiastical take on my radio-show on TalkSport.
Experts say so many people crowded round
the box to watch the rugby kick-off that demand for electricity fell massively.
When it came to penalties, the festivities took a back seat and I was out in the kitchen, crowded round
a portable TV, virtually on my knees when Stuart Pearce lashed his spot kick home.
They crowded round
the permanent memorial in Grosvenor Square, close to the US Embassy, where 67 white roses represented the victims.
YOUNGSTERS crowded round
a best-selling author at the Eisteddfod Maes yesterday.
Head teacher Graham Pemberton said: "It's already been a big hit with the children, who are crowded round
it at playtime.
In autumn 1992, a handful of journalists crowded round
a video screen in a hotel to watch a show that would become one of the biggest sitcom hits of the decade.
David looked utterly amazed as the nurses crowded round
him in front of a capacity 78,000 spectators.
When they first sent one of them up, entire families crowded round
their TV sets to watch it launch.
Before kick-off he stood in the mouth of the tunnel and shook the hand of the ball-boys and as photographers crowded round
the Argentina technical area he took his seat in the dug-out.
After the show, audience members crowded round
the parents saying things like: 'You must be so proud of your boy'.