Shocking moment passengers get involved in fiery altercation with ‘an aggressive drunk’ man who had to be restrained as flight made an emergency landing in Sydney.
Visitors at a zoo in northern India watched the horrifying moment a man was mauled to death by lions on Sunday (January 20).
According to zoo officials, the man entered the enclosure by scaling an over-25-feet wall and as soon as he crossed over, he was attacked by two lions.
Officials said the incident happened at 2.20 pm in Chhatbir Zoo, Zirakpur, and the man, who is in his early 30s, was yet to be identified.
"The injury on his neck was deep. He was taken to civil hospital in a critical condition where he died," the zoo's director M Sudhagarb said.
The official said the man might have entered the zoo through the Ghaggar bandh area, which was also known as the jungle area.
"He then scaled the wall and must have fallen inside the enclosure," Sudhgarb said. He claimed that the man was not a visitor.
"We suspect that he was drunk as it is impossible for a normal person to scale the boundary wall, which is so high," the official said.
He said a quick response team promptly removed the animals from the site and rescued the man.
Syria: Horrific video shows aftermath of YPG attack against a bus in Afrin City today, this is according the source
An enraged driver rams a car blocking its path before thugs pile out to punch and kick the vehicle and its passenger in shocking footage.
The clip, filmed in Millwall, east London, captures two cars as they are caught in a stand-off on a double-parked road.
After a reported 20-minute deadlock, a silver car rams straight into the hood of a black people carrier.
"Yellow Vests" Protesters Take To Streets For 10th Week
Hidalgo state Gov. Omar Fayad says the death toll from a pipeline explosion in central Mexico has risen to 66.
Over 85 other people on Saturday were listed as missing a day after a massive fireball erupted at an illegal pipeline tap in the small town of Tlahuelilpan, about 62 miles (100 kilometers) north of Mexico City.
Municipal health director Jorge Aguilar Lopez said: “What happened here should serve as an example for the whole nation to unite behind the fight that the president is carrying out against this ill.”
A warm-hearted man saved a nine-month #toddler who walked onto an escalator and suddenly fell at a mall in Wuxi City, eastern China's Jiangsu Province on January 18. However, after the rescue, the man left without leaving his name.
A section of a house that was badly damaged by a #blast on New Year’s Eve in the #Ural city of #Magnitogorsk was demolished on Monday morning.
The video shows an encounter between teens wearing "Make America Great Again" hats and a Native American veteran.
His three hour meal brought to you in one minute and thirty seconds.
Winners in the seventh annual Ocean Art 2018 competition reveal the alien world under the sea
This is the heart-stopping moment a schoolgirl is almost mowed down by a double decker bus.
The driver of the bus manages to hit the brakes just in time to save the girl from serious injury.
The dramatic incident happened on Thursday at 3.49pm on Didsbury Road in Stockport, Greater Manchester.
As the footage begins the girl emerges from behind queuing traffic as she crosses the opposite side of the road slowly wandering into the path of the bus.
Mysterious 'lady in red' crawls across Parliament Square. But it is a protest, an art performance, or something else entirely?
The moon turned a deep shade of red in a once-in-a-generation lunar eclipse that stunned stargazers across the world.
The awesome spectacle - a total lunar eclipse - was first observable in the UK in the early morning from around 2.30am.
However, the 'super blood wolf moon' was visible for a total of five hours with early risers able to catch a glimpse as late as 7.48am.
The celestial phenomenon also took place over Europe, Africa and the Americas.
Stunning pictures showed the moon a shade of deep crimson in locations including Colombia, Miami and New York.
The peak time to see the lunar event in Britain was around 5.15am, however some had to battle cloud cover.
A Jihadi dubbed "the voice of ISIS" who narrated the terror group's propaganda in English has reportedly been captured by Kurdish forces.
On the FBI's most wanted list since 2014, the Canadian was reportedly captured by the Kurds after he launched an attack on them.
The man, who goes by the name Abu Ridwan, is thought to have moved to Syria in 2013 and cut ties with people at home.
The prisoner is believed to have recorded an English-language broadcast for ISIS claiming responsibility for the November 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris.
He's also thought to be the masked host of a notorious propaganda film titled Flames of War, where he presides over the execution of six men who were made to dig their own graves.
The FBI have been trying to identify him since 2014 when they issued an appeal for information to the public, but now their quest may be over.
A student who dressed up as a cop and pretended to snort cocaine could be facing prosecution for impersonating a police officer.
Darren McFadyen appeared in a video wearing very authentic-looking police uniform, complete with a baton and cuffs, before snorting a line of white powder.
Police Scotland investigated and were quickly satisfied no genuine officer was involved.
But the force confirmed it is now looking into "potential criminality".
Darren, 26, an events management student at Edinburgh College, insists he took part in the stunt - filmed at his flat in the city last week - as part of a comedy "sketch".
A child has died after protesters were "gunned down" in an "unbridled killing spree" during a rally in Sudan.
Clips taken in Khartoum show security forces opening fire on civilians during a demonstration against President Omar al-Bashir.
A doctor and a child are among those said to have died after being shot in the head.
Yesterday Bashir - who has ruled for three decades - claimed foreign "agents" were involved in the protests sweeping the country since December 19.
The Central Sudanese Doctors' Committee claimed the boy, Mohamed Obeid, was killed during protests on Thursday, All Africa reports.
A paedophile was caught engaging in disturbing online sex chats with two 'decoy' teenage girls set up by vigilantes.
It was just days after Patrick Wallis walked free from court for similar offences, Grimsby Crown Court was told.
The 24-year-old was trapped by two online child protection groups who pretended to be girls aged 13 and 14, reports the Chronicle Live.
Wallis, formerly of Immingham, Lincolnshire, admitted four offences of attempting to cause a child under 16 to engage in sexual activity and two of attempting to breach a sexual harm prevention order between November 28 and December 2.
A nanny who was caught on camera violently shaking a baby before dropping it has been jailed for 12 days and given a £57 fine.
The woman, known only as Ms Lou, lashed out at the 10-month-old tot when it wouldn't stop crying.
The babysitter was a friend of the infant's grandmother and was asked to help care for the child in Changsha, Hunan Province, China.
And the 52-year-old's sickening behaviour went viral after it was captured on a 'nanny cam'.
The Syrian refugee who was allegedly grabbed by the throat and "waterboarded" by school bullies is set to sue Facebook over claims made on the site by Tommy Robinson.
The founder of the English Defence League made accusations Jamal, 16, attacked English girls.
Now lawyers working for the boy are preparing to take action against the huge social networking site as they claim it was "fully aware of the reckless and pernicious nature" of Robinson’s videos and has "profited from defamation".
The legal team are also going to take action against Robinson himself, The Sun Online reports.
Shocking footage emerged two months ago of Jamal being shoved to the ground on playing fields at Almondbury Community School in Huddersfield, West Yorks.
The harrowing footage was shared widely on social media, including Facebook, and led to a police investigation.
From Google Translate:A man, of Venezuelan nationality, stabbed his partner Saturday, an embassy woman. The injuries, which occurred on the public highway before the eyes of pedestrians and security agents, led to the death of young Diana.
The police did not avoid the fatal outcome despite the fact that the author of the crime had her held for about 90 minutes on a street in the city of Ibarra. After several punches to the woman the agents arrested the individual, not before. Diana was rushed to a hospital, but nothing could be done for her life.
According to the Ecuadorian media, the man has been identified as Yordy Rafael L.G. and maintained a relationship with his victim, although she tried to distance herself from him.
The murder has caused commotion in the Ecuadorian country, not only for the feminine itself, but for what they claim was police inaction. When dealing with a stabbing in the street there were numerous witnesses and many of them even recorded it on video. They complain that the police did not do enough to stop the assailant who threatened her with a knife.
This video posted on Twitter by the Israeli defence forces shows an airstrike against Iranian bases in Syria.
Aerial footage of the implosion of the Jacksonville Old City Hall was released. The building, vacant since 2015, crumbled on itself within seconds. It is said the implosion has caused damaged on building nearby.
Chilling CCTV footage shows 'would-be burglars' allegedly trying to break into homes - with violent tactics.
The suspects are apparently seen ripping off a doorbell and attempting to prise open a door with a large pair of pliers.
In the first of two video clips, a hooded pair walk towards a front door and try to get in, walking to and from a blue Ford Fiesta ST to grab tools.
As one tries and fails to snap the door handle off, the other paces down the driveway, pinching the sides of his hood together to obscure his face.
Apparently resigning themselves to failure, the pair drive away, the Birmingham Mail reports.
CCTV shows the moment a group of young people walk past a pizza delivery vehicle minutes before it exploded in a bomb attack blamed on the New IRA.
Two more suspects have now been arrested after armed men hijacked the car and left it outside a courthouse in Londonderry on Saturday night before it burst into a fireball.
Shocking footage shows the moment of the blast in the quiet city centre street just before 8.10pm - just 30 minutes after a group of seven came within just yards of it as they strolled past.
The area was later evacuated after a phone call was made the Samaritans in the West Midlands who tipped off police. Nobody was injured in the blast.
Attack of the drones! Terrifying moment an umpire is almost flattened by a low-flying camera at the Australian Open as the operator is slammed online.
The head of Iran's air force has warned his country is 'impatient' to fight Israel and 'eliminate it from the Earth' - after deadly Israeli missile attacks on Tehran forces in Syria.
Brigadier General Aziz Nasirzadeh said young Iranian air force recruits are 'fully ready... to confront the Zionist regime'.
The comments, on a state-linked website, came after Israel's military said it had targeted Iranian installations near the Syrian capital Damascus early today, hours after intercepting a rocket fired from Syrian territory.
At least 11 people were killed in the raids making them the deadliest Israeli strikes since last May, the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
It followed a previous night of cross-border fire, which Israel said was prompted by a rocket fired at a packed ski resort in the Golan Heights, close to the frontier with Syria. Israel did not say who it suspected of carrying out that rocket attack.
The threat of open confrontation between arch-enemies Israel and Iran has long simmered in Syria. The Iranian military has established a presence there since early in Syria's civil war in support of President Bashar al-Assad's battle against rebels.
A video posted to Snapchat this week shows a white female student applying black paint to her face while talking to the camera.
The student is heard possibly saying a racial slur while holding up her hands, also covered in black paint, though the audio is not entirely clear. Another student is seen laughing next to her while it is filmed.
It's unclear which of the two students who appeared in the video was expelled.
'I might go to jail but you’ll be dead’: Driver is sacked after threatening to kill a Gucci-wearing teenage boy who refused to get off his bus on the Sunshine Coast.
Bradford County Sheriff's Deputies Justin Hanson and Sgt. Russell Gordon respond to a disturbance call in the morning of October 7th, 2018 at Northwest 216th Street, also known as Crawford Road.
Dispatchers tell the deputies a man with a history of mental illness has not been taking his medications and that he is throwing items out of his residence.
The subject of the call is Anthony Hodges.
As the deputies pull into the driveway, they see a Bradford School District bus parked to the west of the driveway. They also note the location in, to the southeast of the driveway, around 125 yards across an open field.
Family members talk to Hanson and Gordon about Hodges and inform them that he has an AR-15 assault weapon in the shed. The officers make contact with Hodges via mobile phone and attempt to persuade him to meet with them in person. The deputies tell Hodges they want to help him. Hodges tells the deputies he does not want them on the property.
Initially, Hodges starts to walk toward the officers unarmed, with his mobile phone. He then turns back, shouts an obscenity at the officers, throws the phone onto the ground and returns to the shed. Hodges emerges from the shed with the assault weapon. Gordon orders Hanson to take cover and Hodges opens fire on Gordon’s patrol vehicle. The two officers retreat behind the school bus, which offers better protection.
Once behind the bus, Hanson and Gordon momentarily lose sight of Hodges. Hanson looks under the bus and sees Hodges walking around the front of the bus toward them. The two officers run around the rear of the bus toward Hanson’s patrol vehicle. Hodges emerges from the front of the bus. Hanson stumbles while running toward his patrol car. From a sitting position, Hanson fires rounds and hears Hodges “I got pain.” Hodges drops the weapon, turns, then falls to the ground. Gordon and Hanson then move toward Hodges.
Previous sequence from Hanson’s patrol car dash cam: When Hanson stumbles, he is left unprotected as Hodges comes around the bus. In a telephone interview, Hanson recalled thinking: “This is where I die.”
However, Hodges is focused on Gordon, positioned behind Hanson’s vehicle. Recalled Hanson: “I saw him point the gun at sarge.” Hanson fires rounds and hears Hodges yell and fall.
Hanson finds a single gunshot wound to Hodges’s abdomen. He and Gordon administer first aid until Bradford EMS arrives on scene. A second wound is later found in Hodges’s elbow. Hodges later dies.
In November, a grand jury ruled Hodges’s death justifiable homicide.
Mallik Dyh published on Feb 27, 2018 on the event of James Damore at Portland State University. When biologist Heather Heying says women and men are biologically different, It upsets SJWs who walkout, damage the speaker. The SJWs call the panel Nazi, because they are speaking what the left doesn’t want to hear. These leftist students’ poignant quotes are:
1.They are brainwashed – Because they think women and men are biologically different. How anti-feminist is Biology.
2.You should not listen to Fascism – We defeat Fascism by disrupting people who don’t buy our ideology.
3.Nazis are not welcome in civil society – We dream of a civil society where we can stop speakers who don’t agree with us.
Hackney man Huseyin Onel, 24, and his gang of eight wingmen targeted their first victim in Shacklewell Lane at 5am on May 5, a bank holiday.
They stamped and kicked him as he curled up in a ball on the ground and covered his face. After an argument he had gone to speak to one of the men as the group sat in cars in Alvington Crescent, but he was quickly surrounded.
They then beat up another man who had started filming the attack on his phone after leaving a club, while the first victim ran off. The second victim’s friends intervened and a huge brawl erupted.
During this, Onel squirted a corrosive substance from a plastic bottle into the second victim’s face and eyes while targeting others who tried to step in. He suffered a fractured eye socket and was lucky to escape with his eyesight intact – his recovery was described by doctors as “miraculous”. Another person suffered burns to their tongue.
The suspects then got into three cars and drove from the scene, shouting homophobic comments at members of the group, and claiming that they “run Hackney”.
Det Con David Leitner led the investigation. He said: “Nine violent and dangerous men have been removed from London’s streets today and will now spend a lengthy time locked up in prison.
“The level of violence used in this attack, coupled with the speed that this incident escalated, are truly shocking.
Onel was sentenced to 17 years for applying a noxious substance causing GBH, plus three years on extended licence. He was sentenced to nine years each for six counts of casting a noxious substance and three years for violent disorder, all of which will run concurrently.
Other members of the group – Mehmet Tekagac and Onur Ardic – were also involved in the corrosive substance attack.
Tekagac, 30, of Kenworthy Road, Homerton, was jailed for 14-and-a-half years for applying a noxious substance causing GBH, plus another three years on extended licence.
To run concurrently, Tekagac was sentenced to eight years for robbery and three years for violent disorder.
Ardic, 27, of Frampton Park Road, is behind bars for 14 years for applying a noxious substance causing GBH plus the three years extended licence. He was also sentenced to three years for violent disorder, to run concurrently.
Guven Ulas, 20, of Pultney Street, Barnsbury, was jailed for 30 months for violent disorder.
Hackney’s Mustafa Kiziltan, 30, received three years – 27 months for violent disorder and nine months for dangerous driving. He was also sentenced to three months for failing to stop, which will run concurrently.
Serkan Kiziltan, 22, of Well Street, was sentenced to 18 months for violent disorder.
Umit Kaygisiz, 21, of Orsman Road, Hoxton, was sentenced to a total of two years and four months in prison for violent disorder and attempting to convey a prohibited item into prison (a mobile phone).
Yasam Erdogan, 24, of Nightingale Road, Canonbury, was sentenced to 18 months for violent disorder, suspended for two years.
Turgut Adakan, 23, of Roman Road, was sentenced to 18 months for violent disorder, suspended for two years.
Supermarket trashed by a violent mob after owner detained shoplifter in Perth.
A dashboard camera captured the moment a Mazda CX-5 plunged off the Penang Bridge and into the sea, following a collision with a Toyota Vios along KM4 on the mainland-bound side of the bridge early Sunday morning.
The Perai Fire and Rescue department was alerted to the accident at 2.35am.
A search and rescue operation involving the Marine police was underway to find the occupants of the SUV.