Baseless conspiracy theories linking coronavirus to the roll-out of 5G technology have been spread by celebrities such as Amanda Holden.
A huge 5G tower burning to the ground following a suspected arson attack in Birmingham.
Emergency services were called to the blaze on Spring Road in the Sparkhill area of the city at 8.18pm on Thursday night.
Firefighters battled to douse the flames for two hours while police closed the road to protect traffic.
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