False Pregnant Is Caught With Tummy Full Of Drugs - Brazil Military police boarded a bus on the road and gave birth live. Congratulations, warriors. Location: Brazil
It was a road rage unlike any other. A fight between two female drivers broke out on Little York near the Eastex Freeway. The driver of the Audi apparently rear-ended the other driver, then all of sudden, A man can be seen running towards the Audi, jumping in the driver seat and driving off.
I love a good bully battle. As long as there are still bullies in the world I will be sitting here posting videos of them getting beat up. The Facebook page who posted the video wrote: Bully is egged on by friends and forces classmate to fight back. While I was watching the video one thing was pissing me off and so did someone else in the comments: Can’t help but want that chicken shit loud mouth behind the camera to get rocked! He keeps telling them to fight then his friend gets whooped and starts crying. ” Don’t hit him when he’s down” lol!!!! It’s a fight!!!!! U wanted one u got it! Another person wrote: The crowd and especially the guy recording is the worst kind of scum there is. Forcing a clearly reluctant kid to fight , and later getting his panties in a bunch because the kid punched the bully when he was down.
Unlucky moment a hotel worker picks up a case of alcohol and sends a whole shelf of wine falling to the ground
This shocking dashcam footage shows the moment a car veered out of control - and through a shop window. The daft - and dangerous - driver can be seen cutting up a driver at a roundabout before losing control, mounting a curb and going straight into an estate agents. Drivers were left shocked and shaken following the incident in Okehampton, Devon, on Thursday afternoon. The two people in the car had to be cut free by the fire service and taken to hospital but neither were seriously hurt. And the car, a Peugeot Expert Tepee, was completely wrecked following the incident. Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service said: 'One private car was in collision with a shop window, the glass has now been removed and made safe. 'Two occupants have been released from the vehicle and attended to by ambulance personnel, small tools used and the area has been made safe.'
When flexing in the trap house goes wrong!
Rap shows look like they can be just as brutal as your favorite mosh concert. Even if you are the performer! This rapper thought he would get some hometown love jumping into the crowd. Turns out the fans were not there to see him. The knocked him out and took his bling bling! Florida rapper WifisFuneral got jumped & knocked out after jumping into the crowd at xxxtentacion ‘s concert. Knocked out cold is an understatement. They passed this rappers body back to the stage like he was starring in Weekend At Bernies.
When asked what colour the Statue of Liberty was, Shauna chose pink, as it was her favourite and she wasn't able to pick grey, which she thought was the right answer.
All fun and games till someone gets their arm ripped off their body! Beach parties just seem like a pretty reckless time. I am all for reckless. Home dude here is rocking a dope visor and a throwback jersey. Seems like the perfect kind of dude to be on the receiving end of what is about to go down! He cha-cha slid his way up to a girl in a bikini and probably wasn’t expecting to end up in the sand next. You can see the thought process of the dude here. First, his face is telling the story of, “Ohhhh she is liking this!” He is smiling and having a good time. Next, it looks like he might be even getting a little wiggle back from the girl. Turns out the wiggle was just to get in a better position to destroy him.
'Genius' thieves accidentally set cash on fire by using blowtorch on ATM at at the Coastal Community Bank in Everett, Washington.
President Donald Trump tweeted the word "covfefe" early Wednesday morning in an attempt to criticize the press.
Instead, Trump confused the world, and made the press look like idiots while attempting to pronounce the word.
Training the Afghan border police on how to do a basic jumping Jack looks a lot like trying to teach a newborn baby trigonometry! It just isn't happening!
On the plus side, at least even these Afghani's can have a good laugh at themselves for failing miserably.
Embarrassing moment a driving instructor reverses into a lamppost, shattering the back window of the car, before fleeing the scene in Lancashire.
We have all heard of milking an injury, but come on bro!
Police is investigating an attempted robbery that took place on May 12, 2017, at Antigua Guatemala Restaurant in Miami, Florida. According to police, the suspect entered the restaurant and confronted several employees by implying he had a gun. The robber approached the employee behind the cash register and became agitated when the cashier didn't comply, so he pushed the register to the floor. The employee in an attempt to stop the robbery punched the robber. The empty-handed robber fled into a dark-color4-door sedan, driven by the getaway driver. Video Courtesy Miami Police Department
This is the painful moment paramedics dropped a pregnant teenager as they transferred her from an ambulance into hospital.
The 16-year-old patient was being lifted out of the ambulance on a stretcher on her way to intensive care in El Carmen hospital in Huancayo, central Peru.
It is unclear why she needed urgent medical attention, but she later gave birth by caesarean section.
Video footage captured at the scene shows a medic losing her grip on the stretcher as a team of four work together to lower the patient from the ambulance.
Amid much shouting, the medics eventually managed to erect the trolley properly and wheel the patient into the hospital.
Director of El Carmen hospital, Manuel Adrian Acosta, said that the patient, whose name was not revealed, is in the intensive care unit.
Her baby was born by C-section without problems.
The young mother had been waiting inside the ambulance for more than 40 minutes because medical staff had refused to attend her despite her serious condition, local media reported.
Mr Acosta denied these allegations and said that the patient was treated according to protocol.
Indonesian journalist falls over fence while trying to get shots of Schapelle Corby.
Four apple thieves who were caught in the act by police were lined up against a cliff face and pelted with the fruit they had stolen.
The five uniformed officers took turns grabbing handfuls of the stolen apples from their police pick-up truck, using the four thieves as live targets.
The crooks winced as they were battered by the fruit, but were ordered not to run away as the policemen in Theewaterskloof Municipality, in the Western Cape of South Africa, hurled the apples at them.
Now the police squad are being investigated by senior officers after a storm of criticism on social media slamming the officials for abusing their prisoners.
In footage of the punishment, the policemen giggle and egg each other on as they throw the apples as hard as they can, hitting the helpless men in the head, back and legs.
A colleague filmed the officers as they taunted the thieves with foul language before posting the video on Facebook.
Officers are said to have driven the four men to a deserted spot to face their punishment.
The men wince and shout in pain as the apples are thrown vigorously and strike home, causing deep bruising.
Kevi van Wyk, who posted a copy of the video to Facebook, told Times Live: 'The officers caught the men stealing apples in Villersdorp and took them out to the mountains and lined them up before throwing the apples at them.'
He said the woman who sent him the apple video had a second video which allegedly showed the officers strip one of the men naked and beat him up.
He said: 'I have the names of three of the men and they are all based in Villersdorp'.
Democratic Alliance mayor of Theewaterskloof Municipality Christelle Vosloo said an investigation has been launched into the conduct of the officers.
She said: 'I regard this conduct as inhumane and a gross violation of the safety and dignity of the victims.
'I am devastated that the victims had to endure this trauma and I believe their constitutional rights not to be exposed to psychological, emotional and physical abuse had been violated.
'I will ensure an immediate investigation into the incident. If any personnel of the municipality are found guilty in regards to the incident they will face the strongest disciplinary actions possible.'
She added: 'I will meet with the victims and ensure that they receive all the support available to deal with the trauma they suffered.'
Mr van Wyk said: 'I was really upset by the footage. It is wrong to steal apples but I don't think this is the way to deal with it. It sends the wrong message'.
Most of the 200 comments on Mr van Wyk's Facebook page, where he posted a copy of the footage, slammed the police officers involved.
But some said that the thieves deserved the pelting they got and suggested they should have been whipped as well.
Nathan Pillay said on the Facebook post: 'If these guys stole money, jewellery or raped, killed or robbed I would say well done.
'But to assault someone who stole food… honestly do you feel this is fair? And you end up wasting this food throwing it at them and damaging it? Really disappointed'.
Tari Jacobs said: 'Only our law enforcers would do this'.
But Sindy van der Wal said she had heard the men had been throwing apples at passing motorists, so the law officers 'taught them a lesson'. She added: 'These guys won't die from being thrown with apples, nobody is that soft. If they were just walking, doing nothing wrong, then that's another story altogether. Reserve judgment til all facts are presented.'
A spokesman for the police force was unavailable for comment.
This is the dramatic moment a protective father caught his daughter's boyfriend snogging another girl - before posting footage of the confrontation online. The angry dad spotted his would-be son-in-law kissing and cuddling another girl in a park. He began filming the young man in the act on a bench in Mexican capital Mexico City. In the clip, as he approaches they couple, they realise they are being filmed and from the boy's reaction it is clear he knows the cameraman. The furious dad then begins to interrogate the young man about his cheating antics. He can be heard angrily asking him: 'Is this how you treat my daughter?' The embarrassed boyfriend does not respond to the father, instead looking down in shame. The daughter's love rival, who wears a white vest, appears uncomfortable at the confrontation. After a while the raging father turns his anger from the young man and addresses her. He asks her if she knew that the boy she was with had a partner, at which point she picks up her rucksack and walks away. At the end of the video the dad warns the boy that he never wants to see him in his house again. He also tells the youngster that he should stay away from his daughter. By uploading the video online, he proved to his daughter that the lad was being unfaithful and also hoped to warn any other prospective girlfriends of his untrustworthy character.
THIS is the moment a female cyclist incessantly catcalled by the passenger of a van who asked if she was “on her period” apparently got revenge by ripping off the motor’s wing mirror.
The outburst was captured in London on the GoPro camera of a following motorcyclist.
As the van and the rider draw up at a red light one of the occupants asks the ponytailed cyclist: “Alright, want my number?”
Unsurprisingly the cyclist gives the wannabe Lotharios short shrift and tells them to go away and slaps the side of the van.
Leaning out the window, the passenger responds by telling her: “That’s not very ladylike, is it? What charm school did you go to?”
He then adds: “Shut up you old dog, you on your period?” before trying to touch her on the shoulder.
The light then turns green and the cyclist gestures at the van as it pulls away.
Some shop owners in Old Town are resting easier Wednesday night after Albuquerque police said they caught the person who was breaking into their stores, stealing their merchandise and vandalizing their properties. According to police, that person is 17-year-old Devon Roybal. Night-after-night, for the last two weeks, several shops in Old Town have been hit. The most recent incident occurred Tuesday morning. “They stole a lot of jewelry and a lot of knives,” Lisa Kinlen said. “Thank you for traumatizing us, breaking into our shop and taking our livelihood.” It’s gotten so bad, Kinlen has temporarily closed her doors at the Old Town Celtic Shop. She has a sign up that reads “Due to the acts of those that have no respect for themselves or others, we will be closed because of theft and vandalism until further notice.” Kinlen isn’t alone. Over the weekend someone tried breaking into The Wild Rose. They chipped away at the stucco and broke a window. “I had to send a company in to reinforce my back door because my son was convinced they were coming back,” Trudy Collins-Cervantes said. Her son was right — the suspected thief did come back, but this time police were waiting. Detectives were set up in Old Town, Tuesday night to try and catch the suspected thief. They ended up arresting Roybal. Police lapel shows Roybal crying with officers and asking for his mother. He also had tools detectives believe are typically used during a break-in. Detectives recovered six knives on Roybal, along with gloves, a flashlight, a screwdriver set and $213. One of the detectives recognized a knife, recovered on Roybal, belonging to the Celtic Shop. When they questioned Roybal, police said he admitted to breaking into several shops over the last week. According to a police report, Roybal told police he stashed some of the stolen merchandise in his home, everything else he sold. “We do have some losses but a lot of it was retrieved,” Kinlen said. “Detectives worked so hard and they caught this guy within 24-hours. It was amazing. We’re thankful this person has been caught.” Police are asking anyone with information regarding the stolen jewelry, pictured below, to call Crime Stoppers.
Focused On The Wrong Sh*t
If you're trying to set your house on fire, this is how you do it.
This is the moment a thief is rumbled taking a cell phone from a cyclist in southwest China’s Sichuan Province. As seen in footage filmed by a passing motorcyclist, the man returns the phone to the owner before escaping from the scene, after the motorcyclist shouts the Chinese equivalent of “Stop, thief!” The motorcyclist then begins chasing the escaping suspect and his companion on board a motorcycle. The video was provided to AP, which reported that the incident took place on May 17, without saying where in Sichuan it happened.
This guy made the kid talk until every last person was named. You know what the say about snitches..
Baltimore laundry mutt demolition oops
How can this cute doggo get in lol.
A suspicious van was seen at a local dealership that was recognized from a previous theft. The two suspects were seen trying to steal wheels off a Chevy Truck. Police were called right away! The thieves tried fleeing through a nearby field but were arrested a short time later. Via BIL Security.
A funny clip has been released showing the moment a nervous driver hilariously struggled to manoeuvre out of a parking space. In the CCTV video uploaded to social media, the driver of the small blue car can be seen attempting to reverse. However, the motorist struggles as the car repeatedly gets stuck in awkward positions.
Shocking dashcam footage of the moment a car was hit by an oncoming ute as it entered a roundabout in the pouring rain has surfaced online. The video shows the motorist hit by the vehicle approaching from the right-hand side. The incident, which occurred in Townsville, Queensland on Friday, has generated a mixed reaction on social media. As the driver of the car reaches the roundabout he appears to enter without pausing to look to his right. The white ute then zooms through the junction and crashes into the other car as the driver swears in surprise. 'F***ing Jesus... where was he?' the car driver yelled as the ute swerves off the road and onto a grass strip to the left of the roundabout after hitting a give way sign in the process. Both drivers appear to stay inside their vehicles as they recover from the shock of the collision before the footage cuts out.