If the film Jaws didn't leave you terrified of what's lurking beneath the water, this video definitely will.
Warren Brown was enjoying an afternoon of sailing on the family boat with his two sons when a harrowing sight appeared in the sea.
The huge shark swam up next to the boat, its fin breaching the surface as it circled around them.
There was only a few inches between them and the shark and had they been on a smaller boat , there could have been trouble.
It came right up to the motor and left bite marks on the ship, which is about five-and-a-half metres.
As beautiful young co-stars in the long-running, Superman-prequel TV series “Smallville,” their biggest problem was dealing with their odd young pal, Clark Kent.
Then Kristin Kreuk and Allison Mack signed up for an upstate seminar run by self-help guru Keith Raniere, and they met a real-life super villain.
Raniere was arrested while on the lam in his $10,000-a-week Mexican villa this week, charged by federal prosecutors with running a violent sex-slave cult called NXIVM (pronounced nexium).
Brunette Kreuk, who portrayed the young Superman’s love interest, Lana Lang, signed up, but got out before female acolytes began getting forcibly branded with cauterizing pens.
“Kreuk had come first, sometime around late 2005, early 2006,” said Frank Parlato, who first broke the story, in June, of women being forcibly branded as part of the NXIVM “sorority.”
“Kreuk brought in Allison” soon afterward, said Parlato, who worked as the group’s publicist in 2007 and 2008.
Mack played Clark Kent’s starry-eyed blond pursuer, Chloe Sullivan.
“Lana” and “Chloe” went from starring in the popular, sugar sweet CW series to starring as Raniere’s top sex-slave recruiters, said Parlato.
“Allison was used, as was Kristen, as a lure to bring in other women because of their celebrity status,” he said.
This family was about to take a dip in the pool in Florida when suddenly they realize the massive crocodile was in there already taking a dip.
The Syrian military launched a volley of artillery rounds directed at FSA militias that were closing in on the city of Damascus.
Watch as the rounds explode on impact just outside of Syria's largest city that is still controlled by the Assad regime.
A Chinese shopkeeper falsely accused a black woman of shoplifting. But instead of apologizing, he said, "All black b*****s are thieves." Then the Black Panthers showed up and DEMANDED an apology or they would shut down the store.
Pro-Trump social-media stars Diamond and Silk suggested Friday that New York Governor Andrew Cuomo should be deported by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Their tongue-in-cheek taunt came a week after Cuomo, who favors strong protections for immigrants regardless of their status, called himself "undocumented," even though he was born and raised in New York, because "unless you are a Navajo or an Apache or a Comanche or a Native American you, too, are an immigrant."
Cuomo also said: "You know what they called Italian-Americans back in the day? They called them wops. You know what wop stood for? Without papers. I'm undocumented. You want to deport an undocumented person, start with me, because I'm an undocumented person."
Those statements prompted Lynnette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson, two conservative sisters from North Carolina better known to their fans as Diamond and Silk, to float the idea that Cuomo be thrown out of the country.
"Well, if he is undocumented, maybe ICE should go pay him a visit. Go ahead and deport him," Diamond said during an appearance with her sister on Fox News' "Fox & Friends."
"The fact that he lied and he take and try to use this incite some kind of rage or outrage is just unreal to us. When you come in this country you must be legal."
"That's right," Silk echoed.
Diamond said if Cuomo "really cared about illegal aliens" he would tell them that they must have legal status before entering the United States.
"Keep in mind that sanctuaries are for birds. Catch and release are for fish. When you come to this country, come here the right way," Silk added.
Cuomo: I’m an Italian-American, I came from poor Italian-Americans who came here. You know what they called Italian-Americans back in the day? They called them wops. You know what wop stood for? Without papers. I’m undocumented.
“I think we’ve been very clear that it’s important for us to win this election so that we can meet the needs of the American people,” Pelosi said at a press conference on Thursday. “Whether or not the president should be impeached is a matter that is being dealt with in the Justice Department … whether they have the facts and the law to make a determination of how they go forward. “We don’t have that information,” she said.
Baltimore’s police commissioner addressed a crowd at a hip-hop concert alongside the mayor, but the audience didn’t seem interested in what he had to say.
“I want to take about 20 seconds to apologize for all the things that the police have done dating back 200 years,” Commissioner Darryl De Sousa said at Wednesday’s Eric B. & Rakim concert at Baltimore Soundstage.
A video posted by Baltimore Fishbowl shows De Sousa being met with a few applause but mostly boo’s — as well as several profanities.
“Two hundred years ago, all the way to civil rights. All the way to the ’80s where crack was prevalent in the cities and it affected disproportionately African-American men. All the way to the ’90s. All the way to the 2000’s when we had zero tolerance,” De Sousa added.
It doesn't matter what country you had to is long as you still support the country left, at least according to these violent African migrants who upon hearing which country each other arrived from launch brutal attacks on one another in Italy.
NEW film Eve features Dirrty superstar Christina Aguilera as sex robot prostitute alongside Ewan McGregor and has its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival this weekend.
Eve is set in the near future and features McGregor as a robot engineer who falls in love with one of the artificial creations. It may remind some of the recent critical smash movie Ex Machina, but Alicia Vikander's android was far more menacing.
This new film will examine the very modern concerns over the advance in robotics and cybernetics and the increasingly real appearance of the machines.
With some people already buying robots as companions and sexual partners, Eve could not be more relevant.
The next logical step is for robots to be used for paid sexual encounters and one huge music star was determined to land the role of the robot prostitute in the new movie.
Kevin Howard Jr., who stopped at a store with a friend after going to a baby shower and bowling alley, was assaulted by officers after repeatedly resisting arrest and hitting a cop. Police say that he matched the description of a suspect.
Store owner fights with alleged thief.
A glamorous YouTube star allegedly left a rented home covered in dog poo and make-up smears while racking up almost £5,000 of arrears.
Kayla Jenkins, also known as Okaylaaa, was accused last night on Channel 5's Bad Tenants Rogue Landlords of leaving a property in Prestwich, Greater Manchester, in such a filthy state that the owners felt "sick".
Landlords Paul and Paula Hopwood claimed they found dog poo in tupperware boxes, bin bags piled in the garden, curtains stained with animal urine and make-up smears on furniture.
Speaking on the TV show, Paula said: "To just walk in and see that it had been completely wrecked was absolutely soul-destroying."
A kangaroo has been killed by visitors to a zoo, who threw bricks at the trapped animal in a sick bid to get a reaction.
The 12-year-old female suffered a severely injured foot when chunks of concrete and bricks were lobbed into her enclosure, according to state media in China.
The kangaroo, at the Fuzhou Zoo in Fujian province, died a few days later and an examination by a veterinarian revealed that the cause of death was likely a ruptured kidney caused by being struck by the projectiles.
A few weeks later, a five-year-old male kangaroo at the same zoo was slightly injured in a similar way, the report posted on the network's website stated.
The report included pictures of the first kangaroo's smashed and nearly severed foot, and of the animal receiving treatment via intravenous drip before it died.
Strange footage has emerged of bright lights flashing on the International Space Station's live feed, with conspiracy theorists claiming it is 'an uncloaking UFO'.
The live feed caught the attention of UFO hunters after it appeared to be flashing near the ISS.
The conspiracy theorists who posted the video say whatever it is, it must be 'huge' as it was going under the ISS at some distance.
Other UFO hunters have claimed the mammoth alien craft could be 900 feet (300 metres) in diameter and fly from the Earth to the moon in less than a minute.
However, experts have debunked the claim, and say the lights are simply reflections or lens flare from the camera.
Authorities say two deputies were shot and killed at a restaurant in Trenton, Florida.
There is an active crime scene in front of the Ace China restaurant, at the corner of S. Santa Fe Ave. and State Road 26.
According to the Gilchrist County County Sheriff's Office, the alleged gunman walked up to the restaurant around 3 p.m. on Thursday and shot both the deputies through the window. As fellow deputies responded to the scene, they found the alleged shooter deceased outside the business.
"At this point, it remains an active criminal investigation with no apparent motive or indications as to why this tragedy occurred. Sheriff Bobby Schultz has been on scene throughout the afternoon with his deputies and their families, notifying additional loved ones," said Sergeant Brett Rhodenizer, with the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott stated he had been briefed on the shooting and that the Florida Department of Law Enforcement is assisting in the investigation.
"I’ve offered any state support they may need," Gov. Scott said.
Laura Ingraham interviewed comedian-provocateur Bryan Sharpe on her Fox News show Wednesday night after his hilarious trolling of Starbucks went viral.
“I heard ya’ll was racist, so I came to get my free coffee,” Bryan Sharpe says to a white female barista behind the counter. “I heard ya’ll don’t like black people, so I came to get my Starbucks reparations voucher.”
The friendly barista immediately complied.
“If I didn’t know better… you sound like Chris Rock,” Laura Ingraham told Sharpe. “It’s so funny and that poor girl in Starbucks is ready to turn over the keys to the shop to you!”
“Why did you do this?” Ingraham asked.
“I am sick and tired of liberals using black people and making us look like victims, making us look soft with their liberal dogma,” Sharpe said. “It is disgusting.”
“The other thing I hate about liberals is if you’re a black man, as I am, in America they will not hand you a microphone unless you follow the liberal narrative, and I said, you know what, I bet if I go into Starbucks and I follow a liberal narrative I’ll make the news — and voilà here I am!” Sharpe said.
Sharpe told The Blaze on Wednesday he trolled Starbucks with his “reparations” stunt to show that “racism is a business.”
“Thanks to the ridiculousness of BLM activists, it’s the new publicity stunt — and I think I just proved it,” Sharpe said.
A wealthy Democratic donor club plotting the future of the liberal movement hopes to be fighting for reparations by 2022, according to a document obtained by the Washington Free Beacon from the Democracy Alliance's spring conference this week in Atlanta.
The desire was stated in the invitation for a Monday reception during the annual spring gathering, which was attended by top Democratic Party officials such as DNC chairman Tom Perez, former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe, and Reps. Raul Grijalva (Ariz.) and Mark Pocan (Wis.).
The reception, "Way to Win: 2022 Victory Party," was presented as a look forward at what's possible if Democrats can be effective in coming elections.
"It's 2022 and we are celebrating policy victories across the nation: Medicare for All and Free College, and next on the agenda is Reparations," the group projected, according to an invitation to the event.
"Take a ride in our time machine to hear from the true political geniuses who made this happen," it says.
The group further predicts that the successful implementation of universal health care and free college will lead to more sweeping election victories, including the governorship in Texas and its electoral votes in the 2024 presidential election.
Austrian politicians announced plans to introduce a new law over the summer that would ban hijabs in schools for girls under 10-years-old.
Austria’s coalition government pledged Wednesday to deliver a draft of the bill by Summer of 2018 to protect kindergarten and elementary school girls. The coalition will help the kids integrate into Austrian culture and society, according to ABC. The bill comes as a response to what Freedom party and the Austrian People’s Party members see as the threat of “political Islam” in Austria.
“Our goal is to confront any development of parallel societies in Austria,” Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said, according to BBC.
Legislators referred to the upcoming law as the “child protection law.” The legislation will be a “symbolic act” signifying Austria’s resistance to the influences of Islamic culture that do not align with Austrian culture, lawmakers said.
Austria’s Muslim community decried the news of the planned law, saying it was unnecessary and would not truly protect children.
“This initiative is not truly about taking care of children and being concerned about their well-being. It is more or less another symbolic action taken by policy to signal a broader public, to say, we are in control when it comes to the Islam issue,” Austria’s Islamic Religious Community spokeswoman Carla Amina Baghajati said, according to ABC.
Rising numbers of girls in kindergarten and elementary school wearing hijabs is a “growing phenomenon,” Kurz claimed. However, wearing a hijab is rare for girls of that age in the Muslim community, since Muslim girls usually start wearing hijabs as teenagers, Baghajati said.
Laura Loomer, a self-proclaimed investigative journalist, stood up and shouted at Comey while he was preparing to answer written audience questions at a Barnes & Noble event.
Loomer shouted "You're going to get locked up" and called Comey a criminal, saying that he would be "prosecuted for your transgressions" in a video posted to her Twitter account.
"You are not an ethical leader!" she yelled as security staff escorted her from the bookstore.
Loomer asked Comey about his role in overseeing the FBI's investigation into the 2016 Trump campaign's ties to Russia and the dossier of opposition research that was reportedly used as a piece of evidence in opening the probe.
In a tweet following her removal from the bookstore, Loomer fumed that Comey had refused to answer her question because it was not pre-screened. Other questions the former FBI director answered were written down on paper beforehand.
"Who does @JamesComey think he is to tell me and others what we can and can’t ask? I’ll ask him anything I want to ask whenever I want," she said.
"Who wants to be a drag queen when they grow up?" The Boston and Brooklyn public libraries are hosting, "Drag Queen Story Hour," for children.
DRAG Queens will visit primary schools to read stories to children in a bid to boost LGBT awareness.
The man behind the scheme hopes it will "spread a bit of happiness and love" and promote tolerance and individuality.
Watch as Chaos unfolds after a Muslim wielding a knife plows into a group of bikers injuring 2 as cops stand idly by watching the entire melee occur.
The cops even pulled back the bikers from attacking the car which eventually allows it to speed off without any repercussions.
Former FBI Director James Comey said Wednesday he regretted including a paragraph about President Donald Trump's physical appearance in his new book, saying it's been a way for critics to attack the book.
Comey is in the midst of a wide media tour to promote A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies and Leadership, which includes his interactions with Trump before being fired last May.
Critics have charged Comey appears petty with his passages noting Trump's hand size, possible self-tanning and hair when they first met. However, he spoke about them during his interview Sunday night with ABC host George Stephanopoulosm, including noting Trump appeared shorter than he expected.
"The View" co-host Sara Haines said he understood Comey wanted to set the stage for the reader with his book, but she asked if it was worth it at the possible expense of his credibility.
"It's a Trump game to talk about those things," she said. "That's what he does."
"I think you're right," Comey said. "If I had it to do over again, I wouldn't put that paragraph in, even though—just because it gave people a handhold who hadn't read the book to attack the book. I just want people to read the book, so it can be useful to them."
He noted he also provided a graphic physical description of his first boss at a grocery store, saying he wasn't trying to pick on Trump.
"I wasn't making fun of his hands," Comey said.
"People have seized onto that as a distraction, so I'm answering honestly, if I had it to do over again, I would tear that paragraph out," he added.
Students protesting for expanded gun control measures were arrested outside Paul Ryan’s office after a brief sit-in.
After being given three warnings by Capitol police, four of the dozen students remained lying on the ground and were handcuffed and brought outside to a police van where they were searched and taken to a juvenile facility.
When asked why they did this, one girl simply replied “for gun control.” Another replied "we need to send a message," but was pulled away by police before she could finish answering
The two black men who were arrested at a Starbucks in downtown Philadelphia last week and accused of trespassing say they were there for a business meeting that they hoped would change their lives.
Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson came forward this morning on ABC News' "Good Morning America" to publicly share their story for the first time.
The entrepreneurs and longtime friends said they were waiting to meet a potential business partner at the Starbucks in Philadelphia's Rittenhouse Square neighborhood when they saw police officers enter the store and speak with the manager.
"I was thinking, they can't be here for us," Robinson said in the interview with "GMA" co-anchor Robin Roberts.
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This Hispanic woman with a slight accent caught a fellow Hispanic woman attempting to drop off a couple of dogs on the side of the road near her house. She quickly director her to take them over to the ASPCA instead where the dogs would perhaps get a better life if adopted.
This heart-stopping video shows youngsters risking their lives tombstoning at a notorious site known as Dead Man's Cove.
Witnesses filmed the daredevils performing high-risk stunts off Plymouth Hoe in Devon.
Footage shows the youngsters plunging 65ft into the sea close to rocks.
Simon Fewins, 44, a warehouse manager from Plymouth, Devon, was among a crowd of concerned onlookers on Wednesday afternoon.
Saganaki setting off the sprinklers at Cava Mezze last night