A family in South Carolina decided to release their pet bird into the wild, only to have their pet dog jump in and grab the bird in its mouth. The newly released bird died only a second after it was released, never getting to fully enjoy its freedom.
A rowdy group of Mexican soccer fans accidentally turned on some of their own teams supporters after mistakenly believing they were rooting for the opposing team. Watches complete chaos ensues and numerous Mexican fans are left bloodied and badgered.
Redding Police have released surveillance video showing a senior citizen attempt to hijack a vehicle at gunpoint. The driver reverses away, leaving the elderly man empty handing. Police are now asking for the public's assistance in identifying the suspect.
A video has emerged that gives a perfect lesson on how not to remove a tree stump from the ground.
The pesky stump, that is located in the middle of a dusty road, was tied to the exhaust of a 4X4 which reversed and drove forward in order to dislodge the tree.
The first two attempts failed to make any impact, with the stump remaining in place and halting the car as it tried to drive off.
The short clip has been viewed over 150,000 times on YouTube since being uploaded last month.
The exact location of the calamitous attempt is unclear but the terrain and dress of the man in the video suggests the incident occurred in the Middle East.
An assailant tried to steal twice a 3,000 euros bicycle this weekend in Lisbon but was unlucky with his chosen target, the cyclist victim of the attempted assault was on his way to a solidarity ride organized by the...Portuguese City Police,PSP.
The wannabe thief tried a first time in other street and then he...take a BUS to try again in the street we can see in the video.
During a live news broadcast on Sunday night, Channel Seven’s Adelaide presenter Jessica Adamson was caught out dropping the F-bomb.
After reading the promo for an upcoming segment, and incorrectly referencing Big Ben's famous "Bongs" instead of "Gongs", Adamson could be heard muttering “fuck” in frustration — obviously believing the microphone had already been turned off by the production crew.
This is the moment a man was fatally bitten by a cobra while watching a snake charmer in India.
Video shows the charmer attempting to put the snake around the tourist's neck while other people watch and film.
But the agitated reptile strikes out, biting the man on the cheek and delivering a deadly dose of venom.
The man does not immediately notice he has been poisoned, as he carries on posing for the camera.
Moments later he seems to sense that something is amiss, asking the charmer to check whether he has been bitten.
But the entertainer ignores him and carries on with the demonstration.
A few minutes later the man begins losing consciousness, but rather than take him to hospital, onlookers took him to a medicine man.
Within an hour he had died from the poison, according to witnesses.
The incident took place in Jodhpur, in the northwester province of Rajasthan, India.
It is not known which species of cobra this particular snake belongs to as there are five native to India, including the king cobra - which is not considered a 'true' cobra.
All contain poison that is potentially deadly to humans, though none appear on the list of top ten deadliest snakes in the world.
The most common cobra in India, unsurprisingly called the Indian cobra, contains a venom which attacks nerve synapses, leading to paralysis and cardiac arrest.
A thief was arrested seconds after snatching a woman’s mobile phone because he had accidentally ran into a police station.
Surveillance footage, filmed on March 31 in China, shows the man sprinting straight into the Longgang District Police Station in Shenzhen while trying to run away from the victim.
The man was caught on the spot and escorted into the station by officers.
The clip, posted by Pear Video on Chinese social media on April 8, showed a woman playing on her phone as she waited by a traffic junction in Longgang district.
A man suddenly approached the woman and snatched the mobile phone from her hands.
The woman chased after him immediately, but she tumbled on the wet floor.
He quickly ran past a metal gate of a compound, which turned out to be a police station.
A police officer stopped him as the woman claimed that he had taken her phone.
A police officer told a reporter from Pear Video that the suspect was not familiar with the neighbourhood, thus he ran into their police station without realising.
The officer said: 'The suspect did not know that he had run into the police station. He was spotted by our colleagues immediately and was escorted into the station.'
The suspect, surnamed Chang, had only arrived in Shenzhen recently, according to a report by state media China Global Television Network.
The 38-year old man, struggling to find a job and a place to stay, is not familiar with the city, said the report.
He has been detained on suspicion of theft.
The man is believed to be a frustrated migrant worker who, like millions of others, went to Shenzhen to look for work.
Shenzhen has the largest population of migrant workers in China, according to National Bureau of Statistics.
Over 6.1 million of workers from rural area have moved to the manufacturing hub for jobs, accounting for nearly 60 per cent of the population.
You may not have heard of Natasha Exelby before, but she's recently shot to the attention of the public outside of her native Australia.
The ABC newsreader has brought joy to thousands of people with her unscripted and very expressive reaction to being caught off-guard while live on air.
Natasha was scheduled to introduce the sports segment after footage of a prerecorded section finished.
At the end of this part the programme directors decided to cut back to the studio.
It was at this point the cameras caught her, head down and engrossed in fiddling with her pen.
Springettsbury Township Police Department Need help to Identify Robbery Suspect.
Video of the suspect from the Member's 1st Credit Union robbery on Thursday April 6th. The video is from a business on S Albemarle St approximately 10 minutes after the robbery. Anyone with any information about this incident is asked to contact the Springettsbury Township Police through 911 or at 717-757-3525.
Note: The dates of when bank was robbed on Thursday April 6th and and this video evidence was clearly recorded on Friday April 7th.
It's not clear for the moment but it will be verified later...
Mosul: In what appears to be a baited trap, an Iraq flag sits alone in the desert, blowing in the wind. An ISIS fighter approaches, exits his vehicle, and begins checking the fag for booby traps before attempting to remove it. All of a sudden, his car is blown to bits by a probable drone strike. Then, the insurgent lies on the ground and awaits the second strike, which is a direct hit on him. He is no more.
DALLAS - A Dallas woman has a pretty good idea who may have stolen her phone in Uptown a few days ago.
It’s because whoever has the woman’s phone now didn't realize any pictures or video they'd take would end up coming right back to her.
Bianca Dabi says she was making a quick stop at the Chase Bank ATM on Lemmon and McKinney last Saturday when she was approached by a group of teens asking for donations. As I got out of the car, some kids were asking for some donations. I brushed them off, was in a hurry,” she recalled. “ATM then back to my car. Phone's gone. Took about 60 or 90 seconds.”
Dabi says she cut the phone as a loss. But days later, she was at the store getting a new one when new pictures and a video showed up that were automatically uploaded to her iCloud.
“When I saw those pictures, I was just shocked. And, actually, I thought it was kind of funny,” she said. “I was like no, they really didn't take a video and a picture on a stolen phone.”
So Dabi decided to post the pictures and video on Facebook, where it just blew up from there.
“I decided to post it and had no idea. The next several days the posts kept coming in,” she said. “People were recognizing them and people posting similar experiences.”
FOX 4 is blurring their faces because they could be minors. But Dabi says many have already recognized the faces seen on her Facebook post. “Random people, friends have texted me, everyone has seen or dealt with these kids or given money to them,” she said.
Dabi has filed a report with Dallas police, who say they haven't identified the people in the photos yet. Even if they aren't caught, she says she's glad she posted their pictures on Facebook to give others a heads up.
“Hopefully, this maybe will get us a step closer to putting a stop to this,” she said.
Dabi's Facebook post has been shared and commented on by hundreds of people. She says she doesn't expect her phone back after this but is glad she was able to get the information out online.
The video that shows members of Syria’s White Helmets partaking in the popular 'Mannequin Challenge' with an injured man, was first posted online by the Revolutionary Forces of Syria Media Office (RFS), an anti-Assad media outlet. #MannequinChallenge was in the video’s title along with 'edge of death.'
The video was not shared on the White Helmets' social media pages and has since been removed from RFS social media.