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By Tarvin Webteam - 17th August 2016 6:00am
Tarvinonline brings you news from the past with our regular "On This Day" feature
On This Day in 1998: Clinton admits Lewinsky affair
President of the United States Bill Clinton admitted having an inappropriate relationship with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky.
In a televised address Mr Clinton told the American people that he took full responsibility for his actions.
He said: "Indeed I did have a relationship with Ms Lewinsky that was not appropriate. In fact, it was wrong."
On This Day in 1964: Beatles Haircuts Banned
Glasgow council in Scotland announced that all boys and men with Beatle styled haircuts would have to wear bathing caps in their swimming pools after a committee was told that hair from 'Beatle-cuts' was clogging the pools filters.
On T his Day in 1979: Keith Richard's Wife a Witch
The New York Post reported that Anita Pallenberg (the wife of Keith Richards) was linked to a witches coven in South Salem, New York where Richards owned a house. A policeman claimed he was attacked by a flock of black-hooded, caped people and a local youth claimed he had been invited by Pallenburg to take part in 'pot smoking sex orgies'.
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