The AP is reporting that Raymond Roberge of Bridgeport, CT, dialed 911 three times on Sunday. When authorities finally showed up to his house, the 65-year-old man gave them money "to go to the store and buy him some bee
Snowmobiles are among the most dangerous vehicles out there, and you can see why in this video shot from the helmet cam of a French adventurer.
After losing control of the snowmobile, the man tumbles down the steep incline he was attempting to navigate. Finally, he is able to control his fall in a way that reunites him with his vehicle - although that doesn't make anything any better.
We also saw a few baby videos go viral, both good and bad. The good: a so-cute-its-adorable video of two twin babies having a conversation, which launched into a popular Internet trend. The bad: Well, we'll let tennis pro David Ferrer's actions do the talking (see below).
We've pulled together 12 of the most talked about viral videos from the week. Watch them all now. (Trust us: Your job can wait.)
To remain unrecognized while nabbing loads of cash from various banks across Upper Austria, a man, nicknamed the "Obama-robber," donned one of the world's most recognized faces. He began robbing banks in 2008 and, in 2009, began wearing a Barack Obama mask for each robbery.
The four-month-old Schnauzer-poodle mix named Guess was put in a cardboard box with no food, water nor air holes and was nearly mailed to Georgia last month before it was caught by postal workers. Postal authorities predicted that the dog would have died from suffocation or exposure due to the pressure in a cargo plane. I wonder if she used one of the "Flat Rate" boxes -- more after the jump.
There's a warning for everything these days (can we get sued for saying that?) and Woman's Day was brave enough to track down a few of the most ridiculous product labels. WARNING: Do not forget to check out the full list.
There probably aren't enough ways to say “I'm sorry” to the Pittsburgh man whose house was demolished due to a clerical error. A demolition firm destroyed his suburban home while he was away on vacation for the holidays.
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