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After all, what good's an ice-cream man who has lost his ding-a-ling?
AN ice-cream man suspected of serving kids while drunk was being hunted by cops yesterday.
By downloading the smartphone app, which will be served up "within a month", customers in Dubai and Abu Dhabi will be able to press a button and the ice-cream man will come calling.
Caroline McKendrick, of the parent council, said: "Adam may be the oldest ice-cream man in Britain but he is also one of the fastest.
uk/rememberwhen CORNETS ALL ROUND: Everyone's favourite street trader was the ice-cream man like Mr Ranaldi, who was believed to have lived in North Ormesby, seen here in Eston's Guisborough Street in 1938.
A feature of their homes has been displays of the different types of vans they have worked on or owned over the years, with neighbours referring to them as the ice-cream man and the ice-cream lady.
THREE Army cadets have been honoured for their bravery after running to the aid of an ice-cream man who had been blasted with a shotgun.
The ice-cream man, With his delicious wares, Ice-cream cones and chocolate flakes, Lots of calories, but who cares?