One of the most iconic dance scenes in Hollywood history is Patrick Swayze lifting Jennifer Grey over his head during the finale of the 1987 film "Dirty Dancing." A couple attempted to replicate the move at a bar in Pennsylvania.
Detectives in Prince George's County are searching for a burglar who had some bad luck while trying to rob a carryout in Suitland last month.
According to police, the bandit threw a brick or a large rock at the restaurant located in the 4000 block of Suitland Road on September 20, and successfully shattered the front glass window.
But when he tried to use that same brick or rock in an attempt to break the bulletproof glass that protected the front counter three times, police say the brick or rock flew back at him and appeared to hit him in the head on the third try.
After being hit in the head, police say the suspect fell to the ground and laid there for a few minutes before eventually getting up and leaving the business.
A driver in Summerville, South Carolina, developed a hilarious case of arachnophobia. Virginia Sanders flew into a panic after discovering a large brown spider crawling on her dashboard and steering wheel. “Oh my God! I’m going to die!” she shrieked.
Surströmming, or Swedish sour herring, is one of the most pungent foods in the world. The fermented fish is stored for months marinading in its own bacteria, and is so smelly that locals advise opening the can underwater.
A group of friends in Devon, southwest England, took it upon themselves to attempt to sample the "delicacy", with one girl, Klee G, accepting the challenge of eating the entire can.
However, she starts heaving immediately as the can is opened.
Klee G manages to make it partway through the can before being physically sick, but still persists until everything is finished.
Devonshire Idiot & Co is composed of Nick F, Simon C and Klee G, with all three attempting bizarre and often gruelling food challenges, "eating things so you don't have to," as they say.