In Kiev, a police outfit hurrying to a call knocked down a young man running across the road who, as it turned out later, along with his friends robbed a passer-by, reports Apostrof . The surveillance camera recorded the moment of the accident.
The accident occurred on the night of October 31 on Taras Shevchenko Boulevard, when an official Mitsubishi Outlander rushed to help colleagues who had detained a telephone terrorist who had “mined” the Bessarabian market. The footage shows how the young man jumps over the fence and rushes onto the roadway directly in front of the crossover at high speed. The blow was of such strength that the victim was thrown almost 10 meters.
Two of his friends witnessed the incident, but they behaved unexpectedly - they threw a backpack and hurried to escape from the scene. A few minutes later, an explanation was found for their action: a young man turned to the policemen, who said that he had been robbed by attackers, among whom was a downed patrol car. Records from surveillance cameras confirmed the words of a Kievite.
When this guy was away at work one of his dogs decided to jump on the counter accidentally turning on the stove. There was a case of soda on the stove which lit on fire an nearly set the whole kitchen ablaze. Luckily it went out with hardly any damage done.
This is the terrifying moment a man wrestles with a gang of thugs on his driveway just seconds after they smashed inside his home.
Dramatic CCTV footage of the brawl shows 40-year-old Ali Gill take on all four thieves in a bid to protect his wife and young daughter who were hiding upstairs.
At one point, Ali says he was left struggling to breath after being put in a headlock from behind, Manchester Evening News reports.
Incredibly, he managed to free himself and rip one of the thieves' balaclavas from their face before they sped off in his Audi RS6.
It happened on Three Acres Lane, in Cheadle Hulme, at around 6.45pm on Monday.
The mother of one of a child who was pummeled by his classmate at a St. Louis day care center is suing the facility. Disturbing video show a December 2016 brawl at Adventure Learning Center, in which one toddler can be seen punching another as their teachers watch. One teacher can even be seen jumping with apparent enthusiasm. The video was only recently released. Nicole Merseal said her then-4-year-old son was encouraged to take part in what's being dubbed a "fight club" in court documents.
Woman attacks man, and when the police arrive,she pretends to be the one attacked
A wooden cabinet fell onto a boy trying to get some tableware perched on top of it at a kindergarten in .
The CCTV , captured in Shanwei City in southern Guangdong Province on October 25, shows the boy stepping on the edge of a cabinet to try to reach the tableware placed on the top of it.
However the cabinet became unbalanced and fell forward onto the boy, landing on his head and pinning him underneath.
Two teachers walking past immediately rushed to lift the cabinet up, freeing the boy.
The child was taken to hospital and received three stitches on his head, according to reports.
A thief has been caught on CCTV smashing the window of an ambulance while paramedics treated a patient nearby.
The incident, which happened at around 9pm on October 28 in Birmingham, saw the criminal take off with a mobile phone and other personal items belonging to the crew.
CCTV footage was captured by the ambulance's external cameras and shows the hooded thief scoping the area, before returning four minutes later and checking no one is inside the emergency vehicle.
He can then be seen smashing the driver's side window of the locked ambulance before reaching in and running away with several personal items including an iPhone.
West Midlands Ambulance Service has released CCTV footage in the hope that it helps to identify the individual.
A man who killed a "complete stranger" with a single punch outside a takeaway has been jailed.
Jafar Ali, of Church Stile, Rochdale was found guilty at Manchester Crown Court of Keith Maden's manslaughter and sentenced to four and a half years.
The jury heard Ali, 20, punched Mr Maden, 59, following a row in Rochdale, causing the older man to fall and hit his head. He later died in hospital.
Police said Ali was "unsurprised" when officers went to arrest him.
A man in Seabrook, Texas was notified that someone was at his door from his RING app. When he checked the video he noticed a woman stealing packages off his doorstep. He confronted the thief via the app and was able to stop her.
The nervous cadet throwing the grenade into the wall barrier causing the grenade to land and explode close to him. The Chinese military has released footage showing a nervous air force cadet nearly blowing himself and his instructor up following a failed hand grenade toss.
A distraught off-duty policeman killed himself after accidentally shooting his friend in the head.
Flavio de Oliveira turned his own gun on himself after realising what had happened.
The, 31, who recently graduated from military police school, had apparently spent the afternoon drinking at a bar in Goiania, central west Brazil, with his friends.
He had planned to drive home after socialising and was inside his car last Thursday chatting to his mates, gathered on the roadside beside the vehicle, when a single shot rang out.
The bullet, which allegedly came from inside the stationery vehicle, hit Matheus Castro at point blank range.
The 20-year-old student was sitting astride his motorbike, dressed in a black t-shirt, close to the open window on the passenger side.
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New video shows a violent robbery in the Bronx that left the victim unconscious.
Police say the suspect sucker punched the 63-year-old man in the head, knocking him out, before stealing cash out of his pockets.
It happened Friday around 8 p.m. in Fordham Heights, with the victim found beaten and bloodied by his 18-year-old daughter lying on the floor inside the building.
Police say the suspect followed the man, who speaks Spanish and didn't want to be identified, into his building before punching him.
The victim, a married father of four, suffered a concussion and fractured eye socked. The suspect stole $40 in cash and a bag of groceries.
A heartless mugger ruined a 98-year-old's life when he hurled the 4ft 6in grandmother to the ground when he snatched her handbag in a Marks and Spencer cafe.
Martin Spencer was caught on CCTV sneaking up on the vulnerable 98-year-old victim and grabbing her purse from her trolley - as she sat in the cafe at an M&S Foodhall.
The 'pathetic' 61-year-old targeted the lone, elderly woman who was waiting for relatives to fetch her some groceries at the store in Canterbury, Kent.
Spencer thought his victim would be an 'easy target' when he grabbed her bag from her shopping trolley and told her, 'I need this, I'm unemployed.'
Some people aren't cut out to be thugs.
Three charged over shocking footage of pig abuse at Fir Tree Farm in Goxhill, Lincolnshire.
Shocking footage shows a robber brutally dragging a woman into a road and kicking her repeatedly when she bravely fights back.
CCTV captured the moment the mugger crept up behind the unsuspecting 42-year-old victim before hauling her to the ground.
The woman attempts to fight off the thief, but he kicks her in the stomach before finally grabbing her handbag and running away.
Leicestershire Police released CCTV of the attack which happened as the woman walked along Seymour Street, in Leicester, at 8.10pm on September 12.
The thug made off with a purse which contained cash and bank cards as well as two gold chains.
The woman suffered minor injuries - including cuts to her feet - bu was left 'extremely upset'.
This is the chilling moment a mystery man is caught riding a pony before kicking and slapping it in the head during a bizarre break-in at a livery yard.
The mystery hooded intruder left 11-year-old pony, Lenny ‘traumatised’ following the attack in the dead of night on October 17 which was caught on CCTV.
The man is thought to have crept into the stables from a secluded footpath at the back entrance before attacking the part-bred Welsh pony.
Thieves have found a new way of pickpocketing, and it's more complex than you think. With 4 people helping to distract the victim while the thief pushes to confuse while another takes off with their phone, is the latest technique used by thieves in Rome.
Chiang Mai, Thailand - Happened this morning. One victim can be seen to be thrown from the car as it hits a traffic island just before it falls over the edge onto the highway below, the other was flung out as it fell.
This is the shocking moment a baby appears to be knocked unconscious after being targeted during a violent argument between his stepdad and another man.
The eight-month-old was hit with a vicious left hook after the aggressor went to punch his victim but missed. CCTV footage released by the owner of the supermarket where the violence erupted showed the taller of the two men lashing out despite the fact the youngster was in his stepdad's arms.
He tried to squeeze through a small window.
Seven members of a gang which used drones to airlift £500,000 worth of drugs into prisons have been jailed.
The drugs were mainly skunk and synthetic cannabis, as well as amphetamines, crack cocaine and heroin − which they flew in along with steroids, mobile phones, SIM cards and memory sticks.
Seven men have been handed sentences ranging from three to 10 years.
The sophisticated operation was headed by 31-year-old Lee Anslow, nephew of notorious Black Country drug dealer John Anslow, who orchestrated around half of all the flights from behind bars in HMP Hewell, police said.
Judge Simon Drew QC, sitting at Birmingham Crown Court, told the men the "sophisticated commercial operation" targeting jails in the West Midlands and the North West had increased levels of prison violence.
He said drug and mobile phone use in prisons had also caused an increase in self-harm and deaths, as well as allowing witness intimidation and illegal financial transactions.
The judge - who handed suspended prison terms to five other defendants - said: "Deterrent sentences are not only justified but essential."
A student was captured on CCTV struggling to stand hours before he died at a boozy university initiation ceremony.
Edward Farmer, from Leicestershire, had been taking part in an Agricultural Society 'initiation' event in December 2016, where he had up to 27 shots of vodka in less than three hours.
The 20-year-old, a Newcastle University Fresher, "died due to the toxic effects of an excessive amount of alcohol in a short period of time", according to an inquest.
Edward's death sent shockwaves through the university, which has now banned initiation ceremonies, reports ChronicleLive .
The ceremonies are often carried out when freshers join a new society and usually involve drinking large quantities of alcohol.
At Newcastle University, most students ChronicleLive approached had heard about the Mr Farmer's death, and have seen stories about the inquest over recent days.
All agree that it is shocking - one calls the story "terrifying".
Footage from a security camera shows two women disappear into a cloud of dust as the pavement collapses underneath their feet.
Bystanders rushed to help the women, who were only slightly injured.
October 24, nine in the evening. The traffic police write: “The 39-year-old driver of the bus number 99 turned left to hit a woman born in 1974 who crossed the road at a crosswalk to a traffic light. In fact, an accident is checked.