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When a man had some "beef" with an owner of a shop he decided to take the owner's 7-year-old son hostage with a knife. The entire ordeal was captured on camera as the boy's family pleaded with the hostage-taker until a plain clothes police officer was able to save the little boy.
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The Viral Brothers are known for their line-crossing pranks. The pair of pranksters recently visited Florida and decided to prank their girlfriends with the use of four cameras, fake blood, a fake hand and a fake gator head. The guys acted like they were being attacked by an alligator, which caused the lovely ladies to freak out. We're not sure how they didn't see this coming.
A man in Detroit, Michigan was caught on camera stealing a dog from a family's front yard. The owners of the home captured the entire kidnapping on surveillance footage and reached out to police regarding the crime.
Quick question: "What the heck do they do in Russia?" It looks like they just let wild beast lay around amusement parks in horrible conditions, which almost resulted in a young kid becoming a lion's dinner.
Meet Bryce Wilson, he's Melbourne, Australia's own "Spider-Man." As you might have guess, with a nickname like that, the dude likes to climb things, like really tall things. He has made worldwide headlines with some of his climbs and this time he decided to hang one-handed from a crane.
At a gas station and on a bus, things get violent very quickly. In clip one, a fire extinguisher thrown through a car's rear window causes fists to fly and a gun to be pulled. In clip two, a pen is used as a weapon in an attack that leaves a man bloodied.
Mythbusters has been around since 2003, but their latest season has just begun. One of their recent myths to bust was sending a piano through the roof of a house. Stars Kari Byron and Tory Belleci joined RTM to discuss the episode and the newest season of the show. You can catch the show on Thursdays at 9 p.m. EST.
Just a couple videos that capture acts of heroism from firefighters battling fires. In clip one, a helmet cam shows how important communication is after flames cause the roof to collapse during a house fire with firefighters still inside. In clip two, a firefighter makes sure to save the american flag of a World War II vet while a fire burned at his home.
A red-alert alarm sounds at a zoo in Israel warning of an imminent air raid. The adult elephants there immediately enter protection mode and surround the two baby elephants to keep them safe. They stay that way for the entire video, making sure everything is safe. We hear about and see how the conflicts in Israel and elsewhere in the Middle East are affecting people, but this is an interesting insight into how the conflicts are affecting animal life too.
You don't realize how much of a "waste problem" there is in the US until you see the pictures from award-winning photographer Gregg Segal who decided to personify our trash troubles.
Dale Ribbink recently posted a video of his family in a shop in Pretoria, South Africa. After his wife decided to go down an aisle with her two children on a cart, another woman tried to roll the kids out of the store. The mother ran after the woman and took her kids back. According to Ribbink, he had to film security footage in order to get this incident under investigation. The woman was working in a group and apparently she is still at large.
You've seen those huge blow-up bags, the ones people jump onto in the movies from tall buildings. Those are safety measures, this guy does it for fun. It's the "original bag jump" from freestyle jumper, Greg Roe!