What is behind door #1: she might find some stuff on your phone, which could lead to a fight and break up. Door #2: just a punch from a girl… That can’t be that bad…
NOPE. WRONG! Should have let her go through the phone. NOW HE IS DEAD!
Salesman Gary Boon's cruel colleagues slipped the fake card into a bundle of lottery tickets and betting slips they gave him as a leaving present. The 35-year-old was over the moon when he scratched the surface and discovered he'd hit the jackpot. Funny footage shows the group sitting in their local pub when a shocked Gary interrupts them and whispers: "Guys, I need to stop you. I've won £100,000." He shows them the prize ticket to faux enthusiastic responses of, "oh my God," and "what the f*ck", before standing up and pacing, clutching it in his hand.
Hilarious CCTV captured the moment a terrified bouncer leapt head-first over railings when a dog came charging towards him.
The doorman was standing guard outside a club in Leeds when the furry critter came running past.
The animated bouncer is seen talking to people in a seating unaware of the four-legged creature heading his way.
As the canine comes thundering towards him he stumbles over the rail, landing on his knees on the other side.
He quickly gets back up and looks around to see if any saw as he dusts himself off.
The dog, which looks like an American Staffordshire Terrier, seems to do a double-take back towards the bouncer, but keeps on running.
Verve Bar Leeds posted the footage on Facebook this week, saying: “This is our sister bar’s doorman – please don’t bring your puppies with you this weekend.”
Remember just yesterday we posted a video of a Antifa idiot getting punked by a black eye that wasn't there to take this guys orders or his bullshit? Well, apparently he has returned to a mostly white crowd and decided to spew even more nonsense only to get made a joke out of by a man dressed in a carrot outfit.
It's hard to not laugh at watching this African migrant attempt to use an escalator for the first time. Apparently language barriers aren't the only problem when allowing Third World country citizens into your first world country.
This is the funny moment two OAPs settled an old score with a fist fight outside a care home - before one helps the other look for his glasses. Onlookers said the pair crossed paths with one accusing the other of "ignoring him for months". The argument got heated - with the pair both setting down the carrier bags - before they squared up to each other with the fists clenched on a nearby green. A video taken by a baffled passerby, shows the pair with their arms raised, throwing and landing punches outside the Hawthorn Court care home in Hebburn, Tyne and Wear. The man in the black jacket can be seen pointing and ranting, before his opponent punches him. But after a few fists fly, they both stop to find a pair of specs belonging to the man in red - apparently knocked off by the first punch. Despite seconds before being in a fight with him, the man in the black jacket shouts "don't stand on nothing" while they both hunt for his glasses.
At first I thought they were throwing up gang signs at one another, then I came to realize that they were both deaf and were trying to argue over one of the men standing nearby. Then the fist began to fly and the squeals of someone who clearly can't hear herself rang out
If you thought for one second that Donald Trump's wall would work against the scourge of illegal immigrants, WATCH this! I think it's safe to say that a wall not only will work but it'll do the job better than expected!
A young boy went out of his way to call CNN “fake news” Monday morning.
Our story’s hero — who appears to be one of the children present at Monday’s White House Easter Egg Roll — snuck into the background of a live shot featuring CNN’s senior White House correspondent Jim Acosta.
As Acosta broke down the Vice President Mike Pence’s trip to North Korea, the kid slid out from behind Acosta, threw up the X and mouthed “fake news,” twice.
It should be noted that the child might have been saying “fuck you,” not “fake news,” as reported by the Media Research Center.
Twitter erupted yesterday after a video surfaced of a 69 year old doctor being dragged off the plane only to return bloodied and disoriented. The CEO of United issued a statement that only made matters worse, by referring to the incident as a "re-accommodation" of the passenger. Here's how the internet reacted.
As 23-year-old student Zarina watches Real Housewives of Isis on a phone amid the bustle of Whitechapel market in the east end of London, she puts her hand to her mouth and gasps before bursting into laughter.
On the screen a hijab-wearing character models a suicide vest for her fellow jihadi wives. “What do you think?” she asks. “Ahmed surprised me with it yesterday.” The pal reacts by excitedly posting a picture on Instagram, saying: “Hashtag OMG. Hashtag Jihadi Jane. Hashtag death to the west, ISIS emoji.”
The comedy sketch – aired this week as part of BBC2’s new comedy series Revolting – has come under fire from some viewers who have called it “morally bankrupt” and insensitive, while others have accused the BBC of making “Hijabis feel more isolated [and] targeted by Islamophobes”. Comedians, however, have said that reaction to the sketch is part of a growing culture of offence which – alongside stories that overhype the reaction – are in danger of stifling one of Britain’s most successful exports: its satire.
“Some people say that they are offended, some people are offended on others’ behalf, others are offended and they don’t even know why. Being offended is very popular these days,” says comedian and writer Shazia Mirza.
Tim Pamplin from local 4 Detroit on the night cam reports on a man who crashed his car over a guardrail and then refuses to exit the car after police, fire and a reporter make the scene. Then he continues to fight the police after being forced from the car. Tim pamplin the man behind the camera and reporter is notorious for never reveling his face.