On this Day May 24, 2010
Paul Gray, the bassist with US metal band Slipknot, was found dead in a hotel in Des Moines, Iowa. The body of the 38-year-old musician was found by an employee at the hotel in a suburb of the city. Police said foul play was not suspected, but an autopsy would be carried out. The nine members of Slipknot wore masks in public and referred to other bandmates by numbers; Gray was number two.
On this Day May 24, 2007
and Arctic Monkeys were among the winners at this years Ivor Novello Awards. Winehouse won best contemporary song for her hit Rehab, while Madonna collected the international hit of the year for Sorry. Sheffield-based band Arctic Monkeys collected the best album award for Whatever People Say I Am That's What I'm Not.
On this Day May 24, 2000
Andrea and Sharon Corr from The Corrs both collapsed in the mid-day sun whilst shooting their new video in the Mojave Desert in California. The pair were treated in hospital for heat exhaustion and were back on the set within 24 hours.

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In a Saturday, May 21, 2016 photo provided by the Bangor Police Department, Bangor Police Department officer Keith Larby give a thumbs up next to Russell Johnson, who has “Cops Suck” tattooed on his knuckles, in Bangor, Maine. The Bangor Police Department on Monday posted the photo on Facebook, and it has more than 3,700 likes. The police department has received attention for using humor in its social media presence. Police note the man apparently had a problem with authority earlier in his life but cooperated when they asked him to move on over the weekend. (James Burns/Bangor Police Department via AP)BANGOR, Maine (AP) — A police officer in Maine is getting a laugh out of a man's tattoo that says, "Cops Suck."

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