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While the stars of the PGA Tour were facing a tough test at a beefed-up Quail Hollow in the first round of the 2017 PGA Championship, Tiger Woods took to Twitter to protest an Internet report about his dating life.The article Woods took issue with appears to be a Daily Mail post published on Thursday entitled in part "EXCLUSIVE: Tiger Woods is seen for the first time with his stylist GIRLFRIEND." The "girlfriend" the report references is 34-year-old personal stylist Kristin Smith.The Daily Mail article includes photos purportedly taken of the two in the Bahamas recently.The tweet comes one day after Woods's attorneys pleaded not guilty on behalf of their client to a DUI charge stemming from Woods's May arrest.One such couple, Atlanta-based Anuj Patel and Sumita Dalmia, famously had a Twitter-themed wedding in November.
Bizarrely some of the images selected by the online daters feature weapons.
Humberside Police confirmed officers were called to a 'disturbance' on Friday night after reports five people were assaulted in the incident.
Four men, who all live on Granville Street, have been charged following the attack.
They met in person during a trip to Prague that Thanksgiving, and seven months later, they were married in Atlanta, Ga., where she had been living at the time. Garland and Couch’s love story might be unique, but it’s not an anomaly.
Twitter doesn’t bill itself as a dating service or even a place to meet people.
For those who have never navigated the “gig economy,” it can be difficult to understand. Will my next paycheck arrive in time to pay the mortgage?