A biology teacher in Massachusetts has been arrested after he was caught on camera planting live ammunition in a stairwell at his high school.
Surveillance footage captured Alfred Purcell, 57, removing the 9mm bullet from the pocket of his pants at Southbridge High School on Thursday morning before he dropped it on the floor and quickly left the scene.
He returned to the area 10 minutes later and pretended to discover the ammunition, before alerting administrators and sending the school into lockdown.
After reviewing the surveillance footage, police took Purcell into custody where he reportedly told them he planted the bullet it in order to prove 'the school needed metal detectors'.
Purcell has been charged with two counts of the unlawful possession of ammunition, two counts of carrying ammunition on school grounds, disturbing a school assembly, disorderly conduct, and disturbing the peace.
Surveillance footage captures the moment an SUV crashed into a New Jersey pizzeria earlier this month. The driver faces multiple charges, including DUI and reckless driving. Three people inside the restaurant suffered minor injuries.
A father with superhuman reflexes rushes to save his son from crushing his face on the floor after falling off the sofa.
The curious little tot slowly reaches for a book which has fallen to the floor after reading-time with his dad.
The father is on the other side of the room and doesn't see his son crawling to the edge of the sofa. Just as the boy is about fall head first onto the hard floor the father glances over to witness the impending disaster.
With split second reflexes this super-dad bolts across the room in a flash and cushions the toddlers head from the floor. The little child is saved and completely unaware of what could have been a far worse outcome.
Planting a little kiss on the head of his boy this humble father then goes back to his business on the other side of the room, leaving the boy sat safely on the floor.
Footage is shot from a still camera in the room pointed at the sofa which captures a front-on angle of the boy being saved by his father.
The clip also shows another angle from the side of the sofa in which you can see the father running towards the camera to save his son.
The film then shows the same side-angle in a tighter frame and in slow-motion which amplifies how close this incident comes to tragedy.
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