A new video has emerged of the aftermath following the moment Mickyla Peberdy was punched by a bouncer in Liverpool.
A teacher in Florida is out of a job over a suspicion of drunk driving and video of the traffic stop has now been released by police. A Florida State trooper responded to a report that 43-year-old Saryna Parker had crashed her vehicle into a van. The trooper says the teacher was slurring her speech and smelled of alcohol, so he gave her a field sobriety test. At one point during the test, Parker told the trooper she was going to kiss him. She also allegedly tried to kick the officer while in his patrol car. The arrest report says the teacher had her 10-year-old child in the back seat of her vehicle at the time of the incident. She was arrested and later released on bond. She faces charges of DUI, DUI with property damage, careless driving, and battery on a police officer.
Shocking video has emerged of three men lying unconscious and frothing from the mouth at a children's playground after allegedly smoking 'zombie drugs'. Taken by a passerby walking through a housing commission estate in Auckland, New Zealand, the footage shows the men in a seemingly comatosed state. Spread out over a bench and footpath, one of the men lies on the ground with a fist clenched and froth coming from his mouth, while children's voices can be heard in the background. Posted to social media on Wednesday, the video comes months after fears were first raised of the prevalence of 'zombie drugs' such as Flakka in Australia, following a rise in drug-related overdoses on the Gold Coast. Believed to have smoked a synthetic drug, the footage shows the men unresponsive to attempts by the passerby to wake them. 'Get up, you're frothing, bro,' the man says, before rolling the comatosed man on the footpath onto his side. Eventually the man wakes, but is barely able to respond to the Good Samaritan, who has been praised by many of the almost 100,000 to watch the video.'Zombie drugs' first rose to prominence in the United States, before police warned it had spread to Australia by late 2016. Flakka, the most well known of synthetic drugs, was widely believed to have been to blame for a spate of overdoses on the Gold Coast last October. Up to 16 people were rushed to hospital following what authorities dubbed one of the worst 'mass overdose sprees' in Australian history. It was later revealed the overdoses were likely the result of a bad batch of a drug called 'N-bomb' and MDMA. Recently a 'zombie drug' called Spice has been sweeping through New Zealand, with a man sharing video of his sister and her friend's reaction to the synthetic substance. Shocking footage showing the pair in zombie-like states was viewed by more than 1 million people online
A shocking video appears to show a 'Spice zombie' stumbling between fast flowing traffic before smacking his head on a barrier at a set of traffic lights. The astonishing clip shows the young man - believed to be under the effects of the synthetic drug - blindly wandering along the busy road. Filmed in Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire, the two clips posted on Twitter have received almost 7,000 retweets. In the first clip, the man is filmed staggering down the street towards the traffic lights on the B7073 in the centre of the town. A bus can clearly be seen slowing down as the apparently intoxicated man walks in the centre of the road towards the traffic lights. The person filming the clip says: 'What the f***?' As the bus pulls alongside, the driver appears to look over at the man who is wearing grey jogging bottoms, a blue and grey top and carrying a blue plastic bag. Spice is a mixture of smokeable herbs - shredded plant material - and man-made chemicals with mind-altering effects. It is known as 'fake weed' or synthetic cannabis and has been wreaking havoc across the UK. Its effects cause people to suffer severe psychotic episodes, terrifying hallucinations, vomiting and even seizures in public.
Disturbing footage has emerged of two men believed to be prisoners losing control of their bodies after inhaling the drug Spice. The film, understood to have been shot on a phone smuggled into jail, shows the pair struggling to stand up after inhaling from a bottle full of smoke from the synthetic drug. One then attacks other inmates, who try to put him in a bin as he thrashes around on the ground of what appears to be a prison laundry room. It is unclear where exactly the footage was filmed, although prisons around the country have acknowledged the huge problem of the 'zombifying' drug being smuggled into cells. The clip - uploaded online three weeks ago - shows the two men lighting up the drug and filling two plastic bottles with smoke. They then inhale the drug quickly and stand, waiting for it to take effect, leaning against two washing machines. Other inmates laugh as the pair become increasingly unsteady on their feet and crash to the ground. One lashes out at the man who is filming the drug-taking, prompting a scuffle as another prisoner stands over him kicking him. Spice, synthetic cannabis, is putting severe pressure on the prison system, with hundreds of inmates taking the drug, leading to assaults and ambulance call-outs. Thirteen prison officers were recently hospitalised after accidentally inhaling fumes at Category B Garth Prison in Leyland, Lancashire. There were 58 Spice-linked jail deaths in the 30-month period to January last year, according to figures from the Prisons and Probation Ombudsman. All forms of the compound were banned in 2016 with the passing of the Psychoactive Substances Act.
You could say he was cooking up trouble. Deputies said an alleged burglar made himself right at home, inside Samantha O'Neal's kitchen.
O'Neal said when she arrived home with her sister and a friend, she saw 34-year-old Ronald Wesly, standing over her stove.
"I walked in to him standing here with this pot of oil, where he was frying chicken. The strainer right here, this chicken in freezer that got cut open, frying chicken," O'Neal explained. he said the alleged burglar had taken some chicken and sausage from her refrigerator and appeared to be drunk off of her sister's liquor.
Melissa Stanley, O'Neal's sister, told FOX 35, "He was in here, drunk as a skunk, just being Betty Crocker."
O'Neal was stunned, screamed, then did whatever she could to get Wesly out of her home.
"I was scared. My sister was more scared," she explained. "I just wanted him off the property, so I picked him up and threw him out the gate."
The women called for help. Alachua County Sheriff's deputies found Wesly wandering nearby and arrested him.
O'Neal calls him an acquaintance and definitely didn't allow him in her house. She said she's not taking any chances at home. "Definitely, there's going to be cameras and dead bolts, so nothing like this ever happens again," she said.
As for the cooking crime spree in her own kitchen, it turns out, she said the suspected crook, is a pretty good cook.
"My buddy had eaten it. He said it was seasoned very well," O'Neal explained.
According to the Alachua County Sheriff's Office arrest report, Wesly is facing felony charges including burglary and larceny. He is out of jail, but his court date isn't set yet.
A harrowing video has emerged of a drunk government worker savagely beating a cloakroom attendant after being refused entry to the bar where she worked. The 24-year-old man had been turned away from the bar in the city of Rostov-on-Don in south-west Russia's Rostov Oblast region. Security guards said he was already drunk and that he walked away after he was refused entry to the bar. But horrific CCTV footage from the cloakroom shows him coming back armed with a concrete and metal sculpture of a flower he had found outside. In the short clip, the man opens the side door to the booth and rushes in, using the heavy sculpture to beat 52-year-old Elena Zhukova over the head. Passersby realised what was happening and one rushed into the booth to restrain the assailant. Ms Zhukova was taken to the hospital with severe injuries and the attacker was arrested. Her son, who did not give his name, said: 'She had a trauma to the brain so she had to have brain surgery. 'Now she is getting better, but still has a patchy memory.' Police say they are still investigating the incident. It is not clear whether the suspect, who was not named, was held in custody. It is also unclear why the assailant's anger was directed at the cloakroom attendant instead of at the security guards who turned him away.
This is the moment police arrive at the scene where an alleged drink driver ploughed into a seafood store to find her tucking into a pack of fish and chips. Customers narrowly avoided being crushed by the Subaru Forester when it hurtled into a seafood restaurant on the Gold Coast about midday on Good Friday. When police eventually pried the 51-year-old woman away from her meal, she allegedly blew a blood-alcohol level of 0.277 - more than five times over the limit. Footage shows stunned officers arriving to find the car still inside the store, which sustained major structural damage. 'How did you wind up driving through the shop window?' one officer asks. The woman rambles something irritably before reaching for another handful of hot chips. 'Excuse me, don't eat those… Hang on a second.' She then appears to lose her temper at a passenger for telling the camera he was inside the car during the crash. A Queensland Police spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia no charges have yet been laid against the woman. Footage shows Dennis Coggin, 74, leap out of the path of the car as it crashes into store before the lunchtime rush at 11.40am. Store employee Jacob Barrow told 7 News said the crash could have been much worse if it were half an hour later. 'Had it happened half and hour later, there would have been a lot of people,' he said. 'It could have been a lot worse. Staff had just walked on the line where the car went five seconds earlier.'
This is the horrific moment a woman desperately tried to help a man after he overdosed from an opioid behind the wheel. The unidentified man was nodding off in the driver's seat of a van at Lee Road and Broadway Avenue in Maple Heights, Ohio, when a female bystander approached with their cell phone camera on and realized he was overdosing on a drug. Jennifer Dillon was driving and the man's van blocked her path. So, she and a friend got out of their vehicle to see what was wrong. The pair found the man around 10am on March 28 with his van in gear and his foot on the break at a red traffic light. When they approached his vehicle they realized he was gasping for air. As her friend called police, Dillon began to record the incident on her cell phone. In the disturbing cell phone footage, the man's mouth is open, his eyes sunken miserably into an ashen face. 'Hey dude! Hey! Hey! Hey!,' yells Dillon. 'You gotta wake up man! You gotta wake up! You cannot die!' Dillon can seen shaking the man in an attempt to wake him up. A police officer shortly arrives and leans into the man's van to check on him. An ambulance comes later and the man is revived with a dose of Narcan, an antidote that reverses the effects of an opioid overdose, before he is rushed to the hospital off camera, Cleveland 19 reports. This is the latest example in Ohio of motorists driving while drugged, Lieutenant Don Grossmyer with the Maple Heights Police Department told NBC. Grossmyer said he does not have data on this troubling trend, but the department began to take notice last year. Opioids are not normally used while people are driving, said JT Griffin, chief government affairs officer for Mothers Against Drunk Driving. 'The stories you hear are horrible. You hear of parents getting high in cars and just passing out,' Griffin said.
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Terrifying footage captures the moment a mother flipped her car 14 feet into the air after swigging vodka while driving with her baby son. Tania Chikwature, 32, was three times the drink drive limit when she crashed her Nissan Qashqai while hurtling towards a roundabout on the A605 in Peterborough. Her toddler, aged 20 months, was sat in the back of the car but fortunately, escaped without any serious injuries. Chickwature, from Conventry, was jailed for 26 weeks for driving with excess alcohol and dangerous driving, at Peterborough magistrates' court.
'Forensic testing has shown that a single tablet or powder can contain a mixture of different substances, even 'traditional' illegal drugs, which may explain why the majority of deaths involving legal highs involved more than one drug.'
Shocking video shows Colorado police officers body slamming a sorority girl, 22, outside a bar after she 'assaulted' one of the officers Michaella Surat, 22, was thrown to the ground by a police officer on Thursday Cell phone footage captured her arrest outside Bondi Beach Bar in Fort Collins Police had been called to break up a fight involving Surat's boyfriend She allegedly struck an officer before she was thrown to the ground and arrested Video of the incident has been viewed thousands of times on social media Shocked viewers accused the police officers of being too rough with Surat
Grand Rapids, MI - After a Las Vegas-based FBI special agent was arrested for shooting at police in a bizarre episode at a fitness club, his partner showed up at police headquarters armed and drunk, reports say. John Paul Salazar II was not arrested but the FBI is investigating his actions in the hours after his partner, Ruben Hernandez, fired at police Sgt. Neil Gomez outside of Planet Fitness at 3681 28th St. SE. "It should be noted that Salazar seemed intoxicated to all officers speaking to him in the lobby," Deputy Chief Daniel Savage wrote in police reports. "It was eventually determined that Salazar was armed - (special agent Sean Burns) took possession of Salazar's handgun upon (Burns') arrival." Grand Rapids police interviewed Salazar before he left with Burns, who was in charge of the Grand Rapids office before his recent retirement. Police Sgt. Terry Dixon said investigators focused on Salazar as a witness but provided reports about his actions to the FBI and U.S. Office of Inspector General to determine if any discipline should be taken. Dixon said that Salazar should not have possessed a firearm after drinking. He said police "basically turned everything over to the FBI, to allow them to handle the issues with him." Police reports showed that Salazar's rented Nissan Versa was parked outside of police headquarters. Salazar later opened the car door in the presence of police to retrieve items. No one witnessed Salazar driving the vehicle, police said. Salazar did not drive away. "He did not leave on his own accord. He left with the FBI special agent," Dixon said. Sandy Breault, spokeswoman for the FBI's Las Vegas office, said: "The FBI takes allegations of misconduct very seriously. This matter has been referred to the FBI's Internal Investigations Section in Washington, DC. Because this is an ongoing investigation, we will not comment further." Police said Hernandez, after a night of drinking, brandished a handgun inside Planet Fitness around 1:15 a.m. then fired three shots at responding officers. No one was injured. Police arrested Hernandez at gunpoint in a nearby parking lot. There, they learned he was an FBI agent. Hernandez, who has lost his job, pleaded no contest to felonious assault and could avoid a jail sentence in a plea deal. He had a blood-alcohol level of 0.13 percent - a motorist is presumed intoxicated at 0.08 percent - and no memory of the incident. He apparently suffered an alcohol-fueled paranoia attack. A married father of two, he worked eight years for the FBI. He could not believe he shot at police, his attorney said. Hernandez and Salazar were in Grand Rapids to conduct interviews as part of an investigation into a telemarketing scheme, police reports said.
Shocking footage has been released showing people acting as 'Zombies' after taking drug Spice on the streets of Manchester. The footage, shot on Tib Street in the Northern Quarter, shows three people trembling in a catatonic state after apparently taking Spice, which is a form of synthetic cannabis. All three are virtually frozen, either standing, lying slumped or squatting. It was revealed a month ago how a potentially deadly strain of the substance, which is still readily available from street dealers despite now being illegal, had been turning people into 'statues', paralysed while standing or squatting. City centre youth charity Lifeshare told how the extra-potent batch of Spice had emerged around the end of February, prompting a series of collapses and a surge in ambulance call-outs. Charity worker Julie Boyle said it was turning clusters of people into the 'walking dead'. On Friday, it was revealed 11 people had collapsed in Manchester city centre after taking spice. Two youths had fallen unconscious and two men were discovered collapsed and covered in vomit after taking the drug. Another man needed medical treatment after office workers found him 'catatonic' and alerted the emergency services. Greater Manchester Police teams also detained two suspected Spice dealers on the same day, making a total of 43 arrests as part of Operation Mandera in the last two weeks alone. Amanda Croome, chief executive of Manchester's Booth Centre homeless drop-in, said she was now seeing the kind of scenes shown in the latest video 'on a regular basis', adding: 'This batch of Spice is particularly bad and the ambulance service is being called out all the time.'
o the student’s credit, he does very quickly realise his mistake and clamber out of the pool, but if he’d stopped to make a silly pose or even turned around to see where the sharks were, he would have been participating in an unfortunate and accidental reenactment of the Jaws films. One shark wasted no time in going for the drunk student’s leg, and if his friends hadn’t immediately urged him to get out, things could have been a lot worse. It was definitely a close call, but I’m kind of curious as to how a gaggle of drunk students managed to come across a pool full of deadly sharks in the first place.
This is the moment a witness says she caught a "boozed up" hen party reveller having a drunken row with a bride-to-be - on a FLIGHT. Families on the 6am flight to from Gatwick to Tenerife said the "lairy" hen party member was knocking back spirits and mixers during the four-hour journey. But an hour from landing, passengers said the woman with short blonde hair picked a fight with the bride-to-be and refused to take her seat on the Norwegian Air flight. Onlookers said the woman - who was wearing a 'hen do' t-shirt - was asked to sit down by a female air steward and apparently "pushed" her.
A frightening scene was captured Friday on dashcam video when two motorcycles collided in Maxing County of southwest China's Guizhou Province, causing injuries to both riders. Video of the accident showed a motorcyclist crossing over to the other lane overtaking a bus ahead of it and slamming headfirst into another motorcyclist sending shattered material and debris to fly everywhere. The accident occurred on a countryside road in Xingshan Town at around 14:00. The two motorcyclists were knocked off their rides and suffered a hard fall, both incapable of moving. Other drivers immediately called for help and the two were later transferred to the hospital. Hospital interrogation revealed that the incoming motorcyclist, surnamed Song, was drunk while he was driving, and was trying to overtake a bus and didn't pay attention to the road. he admitted to having at least a beer and some white wine before taking to the road. Doctors say that Song and the other surnamed Yang, are in stable condition.
'Don't arrest me, it¿s my birthday!': Moment woman is arrested 'for not providing police officer with her ID' on night out in Sydney
A one night stand, a lady of the evening, who the hell knows?
An intoxicated man and woman sparked a major rescue operation after they became trapped in mud this afternoon. The stricken couple found themselves stuck in the sludgy banks of the River Truro in Newham, Cornwall for around 45 minutes. Dramatic pictures show the pair desperately writhing around and trying to escape the steep bank, just feet away from the icy and fast flowing river, before a team of firefighters came to their rescue.
New Orleans police say the number of people injured after a vehicle crashed into a crowd watching the Krewe of Endymion parade in the Mid-City section of New Orleans has increased to 28 and a suspect is in custody. Police Chief Michael Harrison says one person in custody and that he is being investigated for driving while intoxicated. Harrison was asked twice if terrorism was suspected. While he didn’t say “No” he said it looks like a case of DWI. Harrison says that 21 people were hospitalized after the crash with five victims in guarded condition. Seven others declined to be hospitalized.
“I’m not a racist… I love people” How do you know he is drunk? He chugs the rest of his wine before getting pissed off. BarstoolSports: While riding on a train from London to Glasgow, 47-year-old Alexander Mackinnon allegedly yelled at another passenger’s child and then hurled racist insults at the mother. She filmed him as he continued to insult her while talking on the phone, before he was removed from the train by police and fined. Heads up – the video takes a little bit to get going – if you are short on time skip ahead 3 mins to see this dudes last words before getting booted.
This is the shocking moment a magician cheated death to survive a 25ft drop from ceiling rafters onto a tiled floor ¿ after a 'drunken' stunt went wrong.
Nailed it! If you listen closely the people in the background are definitely telling him NOT TO JUMP! He didn’t listen.
White Woman EXTREMELY HIGH On PRESCRIPTION PILLS, Is Caught Trying To SHOPLIFT At Convenience Store