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Zano still dating

Just last month, Pirate 3D Inc which promised an easy-to-use 3D printer, announced it had still not fulfilled 60pc of its orders, having raised nearly $1.5m on Kickstarter in 2013.

It is currently under investigation by Trading Standards, and Kickstarter has just published a 13,000-word investigative report into precisely how it managed to leave 12,000 punters without their drones, and out of pocket.

Part of the problem, says the article's author, Mark Harris, seems to have been that the corporate board elected to "skip a genuine pilot build and head straight into full production".

He said that he "heard that Hillingsbrook guy is a real tool".

At the end of the episode Annie went to his boat and started to shout at him, not realizing that the man she was shouting with was not Preston, but the captain of the boat.

And while great actors can create that chemistry, sometimes it just comes naturally.

Sometimes two actors not only hook-up on screen, but that chemistry carries over into their everyday life.

And in return, we receive the fruits of their labours upfront.

But this week Kickstarter found itself the focus of an uncomfortable news story after a small, Welsh-based company called Torquing Group had used the platform to raise funds for its handheld drone, the Zano.

Crowdfunding disasters aren’t a rare occurrence – tales of products that are delayed by several months and even years, abound.

According to research by Wharton Business School professor Ethan Mollick, 75pc of all crowdfunded products experience some delay.

She then turned around to find Preston right behind her, who teased her by recalling the last time they met, when Annie called him a tool.