Two Hamilton men have been charged with impaired driving in a crash where police say the driver and passenger switched seats.A Honda Prelude was leaving a parking lot on Old Lakeshore Rd. in Burlington when it crashed into another vehicle around 3:30 p.m. Sunday, police said.A 23-year-old man was driving the car with a 26-year-old man in the passenger seat.According to police, the pair got out of the vehicle following the crash and switched seats before fleeing the scene.The vehicle reversed a short distance and almost hit some pedestrians who were standing behind it.The two men then parked, got out and walked away, police said.Halton Police officers arrested the two a short time later. Both were taken to hospital for minor injuries.Corey Jorden Jeffrey, 23, and Charles Small, 26, have been charged with impaired driving, driving with a blood-alcohol concentration of over 80 milligrams and failing to remain at the scene of a crash.Both are scheduled to appear in a Milton court on Feb. 21.
The author turned heads last month when she joked that modern men are having gay affairs because they are “terrified of women.”Speaking at the Hay Festival, the 81-year-old author said “an adorable gay friend” of hers was surprised to find many married men using online dating sites.“He’s just started going on the internet now and he said it is extraordinary – it is all married men wanting to have gay affairs,” said Cooper. “Do you think they are so terrified of women now it is safer to go with their own sex?”She also criticised modern men for “crying all the time” and “growing beards”. Credit: Stephen Shepherd Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Jilly Cooper has said that the #MeToo movement has left men and women unable to flirt with each other, adding that she loves to be wolf-whistled.The author, famous for frankly discussing sex and romance in her work, told the Sunday Times magazine, lamented that her womanizing character Rupert Campbell-Black would be “locked up in prison” in the age of #MeToo.She added that the #MeToo era means: “You can’t flirt any more. We used to have so much more fun!” The 81-year-old is also unperturbed by wolf-whistling and cat-calling, and excused some more raucous male behaviour as a result of a high libido. Ms Cooper explained: “Men on the whole have been very nice to me. I love being wolf-whistled. I know men shouldn’t jump on everybody But I do think men have stronger libidos than women.”On the subject of millennials, she told the magazine that she worries they do not have as much sex as those of older generations used to – because of porn. She said: “Millennials are very sweet to me, but I’ve read they’re all virgins.”They shut themselves away to watch porn all day, or so I’ve read. They must find it difficult to get turned on by normal sex.”