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JetBlue Rewarded Passengers On A Flight Every Time A Baby Cried

JetBlue Rewarded Passengers On A Flight Every Time A Baby Cried

JetBlue rewarded passengers on a flight by giving them a twenty-five percent discount on their next flight every time a baby cried during the flight. The flight flew from New York's JFK airport to Long Beach Airport in California. Passengers cheered and clapped when a fourth baby cried giving every passenger a free round trip flight with JetBlue View Now
Tour Guide Gives Tutorial of Need-to-Know Italian Hand Gestures

Tour Guide Gives Tutorial of Need-to-Know Italian Hand Gestures

Sergio Solazzo is a born-and-bred Italian that knows a thing or two about his countrymen. As a tour guide, he has stated that one of his goals is to help visitors understand the Italian culture from a local's perspective, to give them a taste of the real Italian lifestyle. And true to his aim, Sergio recently gave a virtual tour of one aspect of Italy most people don't think to research - hand gestures. View Now
Passengers Wear Turbans and Travel Free on Norwegian Turban Day

Passengers Wear Turbans and Travel Free on Norwegian Turban Day

Passengers in Norway were treated to a free ride for wearing a turban on Norwegian Turban Day. An employee who works at the airport and other members of the Sikh faith helped passengers put on the turbans. This event helped spread awarness of the Sikh faith and the tradition of the turban.  View Now
Baggage Handlers Drop Surfboard While Unloading Luggage

Baggage Handlers Drop Surfboard While Unloading Luggage

Three baggage handlers were unloading luggage from a Qantas Flight in New Zealand when one accidentally dropped a passenger's surfboard. The baggage handlers have come under fire for the incident. A video of the baggage handler dropping the board was posted on the Auckland Airport's Facebook page. Qantas Airline uses contract companies to hire baggage handlers and Menzies Aviation supplied these baggage handlers. RightThisMinute reached out to Menzies Aviation for a statement, but did not receive a reply. View Now
Passenger Who Filmed Mom Crying as Cruise Ship Left With Kids Talks to RTM

Passenger Who Filmed Mom Crying as Cruise Ship Left With Kids Talks to RTM

A father and mother missed the departure of their cruise ship heading to New York from the Bahamas. The parents were late and the cruise ship waited 30 minutes before they left. You can see the distraught mother drop to her knees as she sees the vessel sail away. Her two children were on board the ship, but not alone because their uncle was with them. The parents were reunited with their kids three days later in New York.  Passenger Scott Thomas joined RightThisMinute to talk about the incident. Thomas captured video from the ship as it departed without the couple. View Now
Dudes Slide Down Slick Road, Longboarder Does Cool Tricks

Dudes Slide Down Slick Road, Longboarder Does Cool Tricks

Check out these dudes in Los Angeles, California sliding down a wet road in their sneakers. They also used a skateboard with no wheels to slide down the road. Then watch this longboarder do some pretty cool tricks on his board in Korea that almost look like dance moves.  View Now
Uber Driver's Nightmare Passengers

Uber Driver's Nightmare Passengers

Carson Nicely shared this hilarious video portraying an Uber driver's nightmare passengers. Some of the portrayals like the group of bank robbers and the girlfriend carrying her dead boyfriend wrapped in a rug are a little far fetched. Other passengers are more realistic like the selfie takers and the vapor smokers.  View Now
Victim Confronts Man She Believed Was Filming Up Her Skirt

Victim Confronts Man She Believed Was Filming Up Her Skirt

A woman in China confronted a man on the subway that she believed was using a black bag to film up her up her skirt. The man immediately removed the memory card and started to chew on it. When the subway doors opened he ran away from the scene. The incident was reported to police who detained the man. View Now
Colombian Military Closes In On Drug Kingpin

Colombian Military Closes In On Drug Kingpin

Check out this shocking footage of military special forces in Colombian engaged in a heated standoff with narco gang leader Édgar Gutierrez Arenas. The military officials were eventually able to apprehend the suspect after he was surrounded by the special forces team while a helicopter hovered above them.  View Now
RTM Host Gayle Visits Australia and Things Get Wild

RTM Host Gayle Visits Australia and Things Get Wild

You've got to see RightThisMinute host Gayle Bass and her friend getting wild with some birds down under in Australia. Gayle's friend is a bird whisperer. You've got to see him dancing with a giant bird and getting swarmed by cockatoos.  View Now
If You Want To Talk To A Swedish Person, Just Call Sweden

If You Want To Talk To A Swedish Person, Just Call Sweden

250 years ago Sweden became the first country in the world to abolish censorship and this year they became the first country to have its own phone number. If you call Sweden's phone number you will be connected with a real life Swedish person acting as a phone ambassador. The RightThisMinute hosts decided to call Sweden and were connected with Björn a taxi driver who was happy to tell them about his life in Sweden and what city they should visit. People who live in the United States can dial +13012760600 to call Sweden to a cost of a local call. View Now
Adventurer Hopes To Hike 500 Miles With 1860 Gear

Adventurer Hopes To Hike 500 Miles With 1860 Gear

Ben Jenkins created a GoFundMe account to raise $1,500 for a 500-mile trip. He hopes to hike the 500-mile Colorado Trail from Denver to Durango in the Colorado Rockies in 35 days. The catch is that he will be using only 1860 hiking gear. The project is a sort of living history documentation of the journey. The crew will only use modern recording tools and everything else will be authentic. View Now
Inn Creates Mock Ad for Suit-Duvet Combo: The Suvet

Inn Creates Mock Ad for Suit-Duvet Combo: The Suvet

Jurys Inn released a mock ad for a product that millions of people would probably love: the Suvet. It's a mix between a duvet and a suit, that Jurys says is so people can, "get the 'just got out of bed, but are still in bed' look." Though the product is just a gag, the inn has said they'll produce more if there's a demand. And in a world that fell in love with Snuggies, a Suvet will probably do just fine. View Now