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An Aussie boy and an American girl seems like the reverse setup of Grease, but this confrontation was anything but summer loving. The pair got into a pretty violent fight, with the girl locking lips with the guy in a not-so-nice way. According to a police report, the girl bit off part of the boy's lip and punched him in the face after he shoved something into her mouth. Something tells us that not even unlimited Foster's would be enough to make this Australian feel better.
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Black Friday turned black and blue when two women started fighting over a TV at Walmart. To make matters worse, one of the woman (possibly the aggressor) was arrested shortly after the TV tug-of-war started. Both women were seperated, but the one in handcuffs was forced to the ground instead of getting her early-bird deal and it was all caught on tape.
A breakup between a former felon and his girlfriend in Australia ended in another arrest for the ex-boyfriend. After ending their relationship, the girlfriend was attacked in the pizza restaurant they were in. The attacker used a box cutter to injure both the girl and the owner of the pizza place. The now-ex-girlfriend suffered non-life-threatening injuries and the attacker received a 32-month prison sentence after pleading guilty to the charges from the incident.
Update: One of the bikers, rapper Jay Meezee, is currently in critical condition. Hear about his condition and listen to one of the witnesses recount the incident here.
During an annual motorcycle ride through NYC, a man driving an SUV hit a biker when he was brake checked. After feeling that he, his wife, and child (in the car) were in danger, the driver of the SUV fled from the scene running over riders and their bikes, leading to a chase. When he came to a standstill in the city the bikers then pulled the man from his car and beat him. What hasn't been told until now is the bikers' side of the story in which the SUV allegedly was cutting bikers off, and where injuries reported spanned to the bikers as well as the SUV driver. Rider Xavier Forbes has said it best, that "two wrongs don't make a right," about the incident that has caused a lot of controversy.
Arizona Cardinals Cheerleader Megan Welter is making headlines again this week, but it's not for being a hero, it's for being arrested. On July 20, Welter, 29, was arrested for alleged assault, disorderly conduct and criminal damage. Listen to the 911 call placed by Welter after the alleged assault. According to 3TV, Welter and her boyfriend had been drinking excessively when they got into an argument that turned physical. Welter's boyfriend, whom sources say is Ryan McMahon, recorded video of the incident with his cell phone. Watch video taken by police while responding to the 911 call. Welter joined the army after graduating college, and served sixteen months as a Lieutenant in Iraq. A reservist, Welter currently works as a signal officer for a military police battalion in Scottsdale. See the entire police report here.
A lot of controversy has been stirred up regarding the video of two bouncers beating up some patrons at a Dirty Blondes bar in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. The main issue revolves around the fact that the gentlemen we see in the video being beaten up, are the ones who end up arrested. While many people have gone as far as boycotting this particular bar, police say that the charges given to the two men are not because of the fight with the bouncers, but because of the way the two argued with (and pushed) the cops that came to the scene after the fact.
Apparently Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz has it out for the phone box. After striking out, the Dominican-American argued with the umpire about the call, and then proceeded to take his anger out on the phone in the dugout, destroying it with his baseball bat- and barely missing teammate Dustin Pedroia in the process. Major League Baseball is reviewing Ortiz' act of rage, which took place on Saturday night's game against the Baltimore Orioles.
Warning: This video may be difficult to watch. A popular Brazilian singer was shot dead during a performance Saturday night in the Brazilian city of Campinas, while fans watched in horror. 20-year-old Daniel Pellegrine, know by fans as MC Daleste, sustained a single bullet wound to the chest and was rushed to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Police have not released any information about the alleged shooter, including whether or not he or she has been caught. This video was captured on a fan's cell phone camera.
There isn't much information about this video, but that might be on purpose. According to the video's title, this is footage of a comedian being stabbed by a heckler while on stage at The Corktown Pub in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. But what might first appear to be a violent act might really be a hoax aimed at getting hits on YouTube. Besides the fact that the heckler, comedian and the dudes that broke up the fight seem to be acting, comedian Pat Coppolino was able to tweet out the video the same night he was stabbed. Fishy? We think so!
UPDATE: RightThisMinute has confirmed with The Corktown Pub that this was, in fact, a hoax.
Apparently the lesson learned from this video is don't mess with Superman on Hollywood Boulevard! After these tourists took a picture with the fake superhero, Superman asked for a dollar. When they didn't have a dollar to give, the "Man of Steel" was not happy. But, we have a feeling this video might be staged. What do you think, is this a real reaction, or a fake one made as an attempt to go viral?
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Whoa! Check out this unbelievable footage of what some travelers witnessed at an Ottawa, Canada rest stop. Watch as the driver stumbles upon what looks like a scene from a mobster movie! They witness a crazy attempt to pull a guy out of one of two pick-up trucks before it speeds away, leaving two men on the ground. See the hosts' reaction.
Five students were arrested and another five injured when a DKE fraternity party turned violent at Tempe's Arizona State University on Saturday night. ABC15 obtained surveillance video and 911 calls of the incident, which paint a vivid picture of the chaotic and violent scene. According ABC15, Tempe Police said the violence started after a person went to the party and was beaten up by members of the frat. He then left and returned with his friends, who were armed with baseball bats, hitting the frat brothers as someone fired off several shots.