Twitter has gone into overdrive after a video was shared, appearing to show traffic disappearing into thin air.
The clip, shared by Brit Daniel Dutch, captures cars and bikes driving on a road in an unknown location, before they appear to turn left and disappear into what looks like a bridge over water.
Posting the clip online this week, Daniel wrote: 'Yes, the traffic just disappears.'
The post quickly racked up over 200,000 views, along with thousands of retweets and comments from confused followers, with some branding it the 'Bermuda triangle'.
However others pointed out that it was simply an optical illusion, and the footage was filmed from above at an angle - with what appeared to be a river and a bridge - in fact a dirty roof with a raised ledge overlooking the road.
A gang of young thugs on fixie bikes punched a shopper and wrestled with an elderly woman in Asda during a day on the rampage in Brighton.
The youths stormed through the supermarket on two wheels - and at times on one as they popped wheelies - while spilling produce, frightening customers, making children cry and cycling threateningly towards staff.
Elsewhere in the town they raced past police and cut across pedestrians, as shown on a video uploaded by one of the yobs titled 'Maddest day ever in Brighton' in which the cameraman even asked viewers to like and subscribe to his channel.
Sussex Police told MailOnline they are now investigating the lengthy rampage in Asda and across the centre of the city, which is believed to have taken place in June.
The smirking youths performed wheelies and tricks through the fresh food aisles as shoppers tried to block them with trolleys.
Emma posted a video on Twitter the moment motorcycle backfiring was heard. She argues that it doesn't sound like a motorcycle. After the backfire in Times Square it sparked a stampede that left 22 injured.
Sean Whippler, 26, was accused of sexually abusing a girl for years, beginning when she was younger than 13-years-old in Roscoe, Illinois.
Whippler was charged with three counts of Predatory Criminal Sexual Abuse, which each carry 30-year maximum sentences, but Whippler’s lawyer struck a plea deal with prosecutors.
That saw him plea guilty to the lesser charge of Criminal Sexual Abuse. He was sentenced to 180 days in jail, then four years of probation.
Whippler’s lawyer, Elder Granger, said: ‘You have circumstances where someone is low risk, they have no prior record, they’re not likely to (be a repeat offender) in the future. So, then probation is a good sentence.’
Police in Texas have sparked outrage after pictures emerged showing two white officers on horseback leading a black man through the street by a rope on Saturday.
Galveston Police issued an apology on Monday after the shocking picture surfaced on social media, prompting a fierce backlash over its apparent connotations of slavery and civil rights issues.
The photograph shows Donald Neely, 43, being transported by Officer Patrick Brosch and Officer A. Smith from 306 22nd St to the Mounted Patrol Unit on 21st and Market.
Police clarified that while it may have appeared Neely's wrists were tied with the rope during the trespassing arrest, he was in fact handcuffed and the line was attached to the cuffs.
But viewers of a video that later emerged left people disgusted after a some believed they were witnessing a bag being removed from Neely's head.
Galveston Police's public information officer told DailyMail.com: 'Mr. Neely was wearing a welding mask on his head at the time that he was taken into custody. The mask was falling down and Officer Brosch asked Mr. Neely for permission to remove the mask and hold it while they walked.'
People in the area commented online that he is known for wearing the cover-up.
Law enforcement said they were familiar with Neely and he had been reprimanded for trespassing in the area before. They had given him several warnings before walking him using the rope.
The department said the officers were wearing body cameras. They are not facing disciplinary action.
Neely's sister-in-law Christin Neely said in a Facebook post on Monday that her brother is a 'homeless and mentally ill' father of eight.
At the village of Kamenka, Achinsky district, Krasnoyarsk Territory, where explosions continue at the storage of powder charges for artillery ammunition, it started to rain a little, but it’s “black in color”, reports"Interfax" .
In Achinsk and the suburbs, a column of smoke is visible, a strong roar is heard, the “mushroom” has risen to heaven, local residents report on social networks and publish a video of the state of emergency.
Earlier it was reported that about 10 thousand people were evacuated from the vicinity of the city. Many are trying to leave in the direction of Krasnoyarsk on their own, as a result, a multi-kilometer traffic jam formed on the road.
Who has the opportunity, take fellow travelers. According to Enisey.tv , 9 people immediately fit into one car .
Within a radius of 30 kilometers from the place of emergency closed airspace, reports RIA News . Trains are delayed.
Locals continue to send video of the explosions - already against the background of the night sky.