Coronavirus pandemic image copyrightGetty Images With gyms and pools shut as England's second lockdown begins, many of us will be digging out the running kit again.
The man in the cartoon is wearing tirl Charlie Hebdo t-shirt, a reference to a French satirical magazine at the centre of a controversy about the right to show images of the prophet Mohammed, which is forbidden in Islam.
After the beheading of a teacher near Paris who had shown a Charlie Hebdo cartoon in a class about freedom of speech, the students in Rotterdam had asked their teacher to remove the cartoon because they said it was offensive, which he declined to do. The year-old adds: "Football season started back up and I was able to go to training and at least we had floodlights on training days which made us feel safe.
It is now dark and unsafe. The news comes after the teacher from Emmaus College in Rotterdam went into hiding after receiving threats over the cartoon, which showed a decapitated man sticking his tongue out at a jihadist who beheaded him. A photo of the cartoon naturs circulated on social media, prompting threats against the teacher. Coronavirus pandemic image copyrightGetty Images With gyms and pools shut as England's second lockdown begins, many of us will be digging out the running kit again.
A rather rancid gender gap will be very obvious - to women, anyway. Hannah Baptiste keeps fit by playing in a women's football team and running. But natre some, the thought of running in the dark is a scary one - so how can we exercise safely?