A woman in South Korea was about to bungee jump and the experience should have been exciting, but that's if everything went well. After her initial jump, the bungee cord attached to her safety vest broke and sent her falling 138 feet into some water below. The woman was treated for injuries and police arrested the bungee jumping employee for charges of professional negligence. View Now
Even though your pets routinely become part of our families, after the shock of a natural disaster they're historically some of the first things left behind or lost. PETA's breathless search in Baton Rouge days after the record flooding turned up 62 abandoned animals of all species from the flooded backyards, streets, and homes—many tied up or caged with no food and water! View Now
Footage out of Gran Canaria, Spain shows a woman jumping in a swimming pool. What makes the underwater video bizarre is that it was being filmed in slow motion. You'll have to see the odd effect for yourself. View Now
We've been using speedboats and drive-thrus wrong, folks!
Solid ground is never there where you need it and when you need it, so next time you're hang gliding through the Wild Blue Yonder, set course for the nearest friendly speedboat! (Actually, don't. It's way too risky.) View Now
What wouldn't some ladies give for their man to scrapbook? Lucky lady Petrayris discovers a romantic, tender side to her military man when Hermilo leaves a scrapbook of their memories together on their Jamaican hotel bed! When she finishes the emotional page-turner, a handwritten note tells her there's a special dinner waiting on the beach. View Now
Slackliner Dejan Premceski crossed the Treska River in Macedonia in an extreme way. You can see he's a bit shaky at some points, but Dejan carefully walked across a thin line secured across the raging rapids. Dejan is clearly a talented and brave slackliner. View Now
The internet's freaking out over these water follies.
The Makapu'u tide pools of O'ahu are on all of our Hawaii vacation bucket lists, even at low tide. But Lindsey and Arden learn it's always dangerous to turn your back on powerful King Neptune, especially when the tide comes in.
Although there are no crashing waves to be found at the pristine Morskie Oko lake, oblivious Russian tourists have attracted internet scorn for their illegal semi-naked frolics in one of Poland's greatest natural treasures!
Elayna and Riley have documented their sailing adventures since 2014 on the YouTube channel Sailing La Vagabonde. The Australian couple announced they're now getting a new $1 million Outremer catamaran from France. The catamaran won't be ready until next February, but the new La Vagabonde is sure to take them on even greater adventures together. View Now
Apparently, you don't need a boat to water ski anymore. The YouTube channel RadCow proves all you need is a Peugeot 205 and your snow skis. Actually, any kind of water craft can ski across the water with this unique method. We know this sounds strange, but just watch how these guys make it work. View Now
This incredible, icy scene is from Glacier Lagoon in Iceland. People watch as a huge iceberg breaks and rotates in the water. Some passengers were concerned about the waves caused by the movement, but the tour guide seemed to have the entire situation under control. View Now
Do as we say and not as we do!
INTERPRETATION: Watch these amazing videos of these terrifying stunts but please don't dive into a shallow apartment pool like Tony Booth. He barely escaped his last daring jump. View Now
This girl from the YouTube channel nadventurer has a big birthday surprise for her mom. She's been away from home for awhile, so she decided to surprise her with a visit. Before the reveal, the girl sat in a giant cardboard box that was wrapped up in Mom's garage. By her reaction, you can tell this mom never expected such a happy birthday surprise in Ontario, Canada. View Now
Ever been so thirsty while driving and not have any water? Ford Motors may be solving that problem with a new invention as seen in a Now This video. Excess water drippage from air conditioning is purified and kept in a tank below the car. A faucet can be installed in the car for an easy way to drink the stored water. View Now
Little Ben Dean gave his parents and his small Australian town of Beechworth the scare of their lives when he disappeared into the evening... and right into a thunderstorm! Helicopters and more than 100 volunteers scatter into the bush for hours before a rescue duo find the soaked, freezing boy perched on a rock, calmly reading as if nothing was wrong. Props to adorable Ben for staying in place and waiting for rescuers to find him.
Don't splash this little rabbit during bathtime! He's likely to answer with some mighty but mini little splashes back. We're not entirely sure why the bunny is in the bath in the first place, but of course this video is causing a bit of controversy online with some viewers saying it's dangerous to bathe a rabbit. Cute or cruel? View Now
The 22 for 22 Push-Up Challenge is all over the internet to bring awareness to veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. To switch things up, Mike Pelayo tried to do the push-up challenge on a kayak. The idea was working great until two humpback whales and a bunch of other sea animals crashed their awareness video. Thankfully, his friend Erik Jones was nearby to catch it all on camera near Grover Beach in San Luis Obispo, California, View Now
Nowadays, a high "vehicle safety rating" means your car is designed to keep its human cargo safe. Unfortunately, this shock-absorbing tech usually means your ride is toast after even a fender-bender! This indestructible mountain-conquering RZR Buggy is more reminiscent of the days our cars and trucks were built like iron tanks... but it's exactly this rugged design that lets Michael Lindsey almost harmlessly "rock and roll" down a hill in this MadRam11 video. View Now
A fun river trip was documented on a tuber's GoPro until they hit some rapids. That happened three years and eight months ago. While on a recent treasure hunt, Adam Brown from the YouTube channel AdamBrownAdventures found this underwater time capsule in a South Carolina river. If this happens to be your footage, send Adam some pictures and information on where you lost your GoPro because he wants to return it to you.
His email address is email@example.com. View Now
If you made a list of "explosive" things, you'd probably lead with gasoline, oil and lighter fluid. But dust? We're guessing it would be in the #55-60 range, between "dolls" and "milk".
These Canadia firefighters discovered the hard way that a furniture factory silo full of these tiny particles catches fire really easily when suddenly exposed to oxygen! Miraculously, the layers of fire-resistant clothes and filtered oxygen masks keep these steely heroes out of harm's way.
We've heard so much about 24-hour labor and painful deliveries that we're wondering if we missed anything in this memorably simple birth that's now the hottest thing on social media! Instead of epidurals and hospital birthing beds, ready-to-pop expecting mom Audra Lynn calmly squats in a birthing tub as midwife Lisa Marie Sanchez and hubby Pete Sykes assist and film the intimate moment.
But just seconds into delivery, as mom huffs-and-puffs, out pops a baby boy!
Forget paddling out to the waves... skimboarding is the sport where you can literally "borrow" the epic waves off a good friend in a speedboat! Skimboarding pro Austin Keen's back on gorgeous Lake Down in Florida—camera and drone crew in tow. View Now
It was one of the most annoying rules when we were kids — no eating or drinking in the car. But, this dad from the YouTube channel DragTimes decided to let his kids have a chance to change the rule. If these kids could drink water without spilling it on this car ride, they could drink and eat in dad's car whenever they wanted. This challenge was a tough one because dad's cruising around in a Tesla Model S P90D Ludicrous. Let's just hope the kids didn't serious destroy his beloved car. View Now
Mike Ranta and his eight-year-old dog are currently on an expedition trip in Canada. They're traveling from Vancouver, British Columbia to Dominion Beach at Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. The trip began in April in an effort to raise awareness for veterans and is to due to end in about 30 days. View Now