A warm-hearted man saved a nine-month #toddler who walked onto an escalator and suddenly fell at a mall in Wuxi City, eastern China's Jiangsu Province on January 18. However, after the rescue, the man left without leaving his name.
A nanny who was caught on camera violently shaking a baby before dropping it has been jailed for 12 days and given a £57 fine.
The woman, known only as Ms Lou, lashed out at the 10-month-old tot when it wouldn't stop crying.
The babysitter was a friend of the infant's grandmother and was asked to help care for the child in Changsha, Hunan Province, China.
And the 52-year-old's sickening behaviour went viral after it was captured on a 'nanny cam'.
Chilling CCTV footage shows 'would-be burglars' allegedly trying to break into homes - with violent tactics.
The suspects are apparently seen ripping off a doorbell and attempting to prise open a door with a large pair of pliers.
In the first of two video clips, a hooded pair walk towards a front door and try to get in, walking to and from a blue Ford Fiesta ST to grab tools.
As one tries and fails to snap the door handle off, the other paces down the driveway, pinching the sides of his hood together to obscure his face.
Apparently resigning themselves to failure, the pair drive away, the Birmingham Mail reports.
CCTV shows the moment a group of young people walk past a pizza delivery vehicle minutes before it exploded in a bomb attack blamed on the New IRA.
Two more suspects have now been arrested after armed men hijacked the car and left it outside a courthouse in Londonderry on Saturday night before it burst into a fireball.
Shocking footage shows the moment of the blast in the quiet city centre street just before 8.10pm - just 30 minutes after a group of seven came within just yards of it as they strolled past.
The area was later evacuated after a phone call was made the Samaritans in the West Midlands who tipped off police. Nobody was injured in the blast.
Hackney man Huseyin Onel, 24, and his gang of eight wingmen targeted their first victim in Shacklewell Lane at 5am on May 5, a bank holiday.
They stamped and kicked him as he curled up in a ball on the ground and covered his face. After an argument he had gone to speak to one of the men as the group sat in cars in Alvington Crescent, but he was quickly surrounded.
They then beat up another man who had started filming the attack on his phone after leaving a club, while the first victim ran off. The second victim’s friends intervened and a huge brawl erupted.
During this, Onel squirted a corrosive substance from a plastic bottle into the second victim’s face and eyes while targeting others who tried to step in. He suffered a fractured eye socket and was lucky to escape with his eyesight intact – his recovery was described by doctors as “miraculous”. Another person suffered burns to their tongue.
The suspects then got into three cars and drove from the scene, shouting homophobic comments at members of the group, and claiming that they “run Hackney”.
Det Con David Leitner led the investigation. He said: “Nine violent and dangerous men have been removed from London’s streets today and will now spend a lengthy time locked up in prison.
“The level of violence used in this attack, coupled with the speed that this incident escalated, are truly shocking.
Onel was sentenced to 17 years for applying a noxious substance causing GBH, plus three years on extended licence. He was sentenced to nine years each for six counts of casting a noxious substance and three years for violent disorder, all of which will run concurrently.
Other members of the group – Mehmet Tekagac and Onur Ardic – were also involved in the corrosive substance attack.
Tekagac, 30, of Kenworthy Road, Homerton, was jailed for 14-and-a-half years for applying a noxious substance causing GBH, plus another three years on extended licence.
To run concurrently, Tekagac was sentenced to eight years for robbery and three years for violent disorder.
Ardic, 27, of Frampton Park Road, is behind bars for 14 years for applying a noxious substance causing GBH plus the three years extended licence. He was also sentenced to three years for violent disorder, to run concurrently.
Guven Ulas, 20, of Pultney Street, Barnsbury, was jailed for 30 months for violent disorder.
Hackney’s Mustafa Kiziltan, 30, received three years – 27 months for violent disorder and nine months for dangerous driving. He was also sentenced to three months for failing to stop, which will run concurrently.
Serkan Kiziltan, 22, of Well Street, was sentenced to 18 months for violent disorder.
Umit Kaygisiz, 21, of Orsman Road, Hoxton, was sentenced to a total of two years and four months in prison for violent disorder and attempting to convey a prohibited item into prison (a mobile phone).
Yasam Erdogan, 24, of Nightingale Road, Canonbury, was sentenced to 18 months for violent disorder, suspended for two years.
Turgut Adakan, 23, of Roman Road, was sentenced to 18 months for violent disorder, suspended for two years.
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A shopkeeper who was left battered and bruised in an unprovoked attack has slammed the courts after his racist attacker was only given a 28-week sentence.
Jimmy Morar was repeatedly punched and verbally abused at his Premier Convenience Store in Birkenhead, Liverpool, by thug Daniel Devlin.
Mr Morar was called a "P**i bas***d" in the attack just before Christmas and was left with blood pouring down his face.
But to make matters worse the 58-year old has just found out his attacker has only been locked up for six months and ordered to pay £115 compensation, reports Liverpool Echo.
The father-of-four received a letter from "Witness Care", informing him about Devlin's sentnece.
He said the punishment handed to Devlin, 33, of Price Street, Birkenhead, was a "joke and a slap in the face."
He added: "Every morning I wake up and see the scars he's left me.
"It's a chilling reminder of what happened and a sign that I'm living with the fear and pain of what he did.
A manhunt is underway after a knifeman killed his ex-wife's boyfriend before going on the rampage and stabbing 19 other people.
Footage of the attacks allegedly shows the suspect surnamed Hou, 48, dashing through the street and slashing random passers-by in the city of Fuzhou, capital of East ’s Fujian Province.
A detention deputy was terminated for excessive use of force on an inmate at the Pinellas County Jail last September.
According to the Administrative Investigation Division, on Sept. 24, 2018, Deputy Aaron Hull was working as a detention deputy supervising an inmate housing unit.
Hull was verbally counseling a group of inmates who were creating a disturbance while the housing unit was in lockdown.
Investigators say 24-year-old Taylor Schuessler, an inmate confined to a wheelchair, verbally challenged Deputy Hull and the other inmates. Deputy Hull gave Schuessler verbal commands to stop his behavior, but he refused.
Home surveillance video captured a dog on dog attack in a St. Petersburg neighborhood as a child tries to gain control of one of the animals and break up the fight.
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A car plunged through a hospital portacabin injuring two patients when the driver tried to reverse on a slope.
The terrifying video, shot in Wuhu City in eastern Anhui Province on January 17, shows a white car suddenly smashing through the door of a portacabin at Wuwei People’s Hospital, and crashing down the wall on the other side of the house before it stops.
Since the driver mistook the forward gear for reverse gear when he tried to reserve to park his car on a slope, it smashed into the portacabin nearby.
Two patients suffered injuries and were treated in hospital. The case was in further investigation.
This is the bizarre moment a serial burglar was captured on CCTV eating ice-cream before breaking into a property. Paul Hayman, 36, was filmed eating the snack as he crept around a property looking for ways to get inside.
The footage shows the culprit keeping a look out as he takes a seat on the step outside the home and tucks into his ice-cream.
He was also caught on internal CCTV at the same address with the ice cream and knife making his way around the property’s garage - from where he stole around £700 of property.
Four days later, police received reports of another burglary at a nearby property where two ice cream pots had been left behind.
Police are hunting a trio of callous burglars who were caught on CCTV breaking into a home before escaping with a SAFE containing sentimental jewellery. Security cameras captured the brazen broad daylight theft which took place in Codsall, Staffs., at around 3.40pm last Thursday (10/1).
The burglars can be seen peering through windows and checking door handles before smashing a window in order to gain entry. After searching the house the trio then dragged a heavy safe to a getaway car parked on the driveway before loading it into the boot, damaging the paintwork in the process.
A gang of cowardly thugs boasted they 'run Hackney' as they doused victims in acid in a sickening homophobic attack.
Nine bearded brutes launched the disturbing assault on innocent members of the public, which left one victim with a fractured eye socket and corrosive burns to his eyes.
The gang were all sentenced at Wood Green Crown Court, in London, on Thursday with seven put behind bars - and two given suspended sentences.
The nine men were sat in their cars on a crescent in the north east London borough when one - Onur Ardic - began arguing with a passerby.
Their victim tried to speak to Ardic, 27, but was quickly surrounded by the group before he was punched by Mustafa Kiziltan, 30.
A man 'used his car as a weapon' to mow down a woman in a horrific street attack that left her needing skin grafts.
Kirk Starzyk deliberately drove his vehicle at Deborah Nicholson after he became enraged during an argument between the pair in Scunthorpe on September 1 last year.
Starzyk, 55, denied wounding Miss Nicholson with intent to cause grievous bodily harm but was found guilty by a jury at Grimsby Crown Court.
He admitted causing serious injury by dangerous driving and was jailed for 12-years, Grismby Live reported.
His victim suffered horrific injuries and is in constant pain after he mounted the pavement and used his Puegot to pin her against the wall.
CCTV showed how Starzyk chased Ms Nicholson along a residential street in his car before aiming at his victim and driving straight at her.
He then callously speeds off as bystanders come to the aid of the injured Ms Nicholson, who lies badly injured in the street.
She was taken to Scunthorpe General Hospital and later needed operations and skin grafts for severe leg injuries.
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This is the shocking moment a suicide bomber blows himself up in the Kenyan terror attack that killed 21 people.
Harrowing CCTV, released to local media, shows the attacker walking calmly in front of what is believed to be the terrace of a restaurant in the complex.
At least two people are seen passing the assailant, one of them appearing to turn his head to take a close look at him.
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A group of men who assaulted a man and stole his wallet and phone on Nicholas Street in Manchester city centre have been jailed.
Crazed carjack thugs attacked a man with a 2ft machete before brandishing it inches from his face and driving away in his car.
Ian Baggott was pulling his white SUV into his garage on Tuesday evening when an armed carjacking duo suddenly ambushed him.
Moments after parking and getting out of his car, the dad-of-two was assaulted and held down at knife-point in his neighbour's garden in Northfield, Birmingham.
CCTV footage captured the moment the 45-year-old drives his £23k Mercedes inside the garage.
The balaclava-clad men then suddenly emerge from the darkness.
One of the pair brandishes a huge machete as he charges towards the Cadbury's electrician.
As they corner him in his garage, the carjacker swings the sword-like blade at their victim.
Desperate to escape, Ian tries to flee but is pushed and hits the ground in his neighbour's garden.
This is the moment two children - said to be members of a British family causing chaos in New Zealand - allegedly steal a Christmas tree from a shop.
The clip has emerged as the group face deportation after a string of allegations against them.
Two young boys are seen walking out of a store with one of them holding a Christmas tree.
They are reportedly members of a family who've made headlines in the past two days, with hundreds signing a petition calling for them to be kicked out of New Zealand.
A mayor has even branded them "a**holes" and "trash".
The CCTV footage was taken at a Caltex service station in North Auckland on December 7, according to news site Stuff.
This is the horror moment a rashly driven car ploughs into a crowd of devotees returning from night prayers.
The accident in Nangal in north-western India injured nine people, and created panic on the road.
A group of men and women were returning after prayers at a Sikh shrine on January 13. CCTV footage with the police shows a speeding car coming from behind and ploughing into them.
The car also hit two bike riders before fleeing.
People in the vicinity rushed the injured to the nearby BMB hospital.
"Four men were discharged after first aid and five have been admitted for treatment. They are doing well, " said Dr Darshan Singh.
Ishwaq Singh, who was in the crowd but esaped unhurt, said: "The driver was drunk and driving erratically. Police should act promptly and catch him."
“We have registered a case against the unknown driver and begun our investigation,” said a senior police officer Ashok Varma.