Three thugs launched a terrifying assault on two men, kicking one in the head 17 times, after row in the early hours.
The 61-year-old victim and his 45-year-old friend had been walking along Wellington Parade in Melbourne, Australia, when they were approached by three men they didn't know.
A row took place, shortly after midnight on Thursday, and the two victims were then assualted.
According to Victoria Police: "The 61-year-old from Rosebud was punched to the head approximately 17 times with the offender then stomping on him while his 45-year-old friend from Mount Evelyn was assaulted by the two other offenders.
Elon Musk happily smoked marijuana while recording a live podcast streamed on YouTube .
The 47-year-old Tesla CEO was speaking about his electric car company on the Joe Rogan Experience when the host Joe Rogan, offered him a joint to smoke .
Musk puffed away on the marijuana-filled cigar after he confessed that running Tesla keeps him up at night. He said: "It's very difficult to keep a car company alive," and admitted to relying on sleeping-drug Ambien.
Stock prices at Tesla are plunging and Musk is expected to face a lawsuit after falsely announcing he was taking the company private and accusing a British hero diver of being a paedophile.
This guy was talking to his livestream when a couple started questioning if he was talking to them or filming them. The man in the video seems to answer politely, then out of nowhere, gets kicked in the face by the male.
Surveillance video has caught a burglar making off with right shoes following a break-in at Clean Soles, a shoe store based in Roanoke, Virginia.
The right shoes are put on display at the store, while their matches are kept in the back, the store's operator, Rob Wickham, said. Multiple robberies have occurred at the store: one on July 20, which involved two suspects, and Aug. 25, with just one, Wickham told The Associated Press.
The Johnson County Prosecutors office has filed charges against 27 additional individuals suspected of being involved in the April 15 brawl at Greenwood’s Sikh Temple.
The new charges are in addition to the 18 people charged in early July, bringing the total now to 45 individuals facing charges stemming from the brawl.
Cooper said religious leaders helped authorities identify the people who were the main aggressors during the April 14 fight at the Gurdwara Sikh Temple, 1050 S. Graham Road. The melee was sparked by a disagreement over leadership elections.
Cooper's office on Monday filed misdemeanor disorderly conduct charges against 17 people. A charge is pending against an 18th suspect, Cooper said. Disorderly conduct carries a maximum sentence of six months in jail and a $1,000 fine.
Two suspects face an additional charge of battery causing bodily injury, Cooper said. A battery charge carries up to a year in jail and a $5,000 fine.
The investigation into the fight stalled days after the brawl occurred because witnesses were not cooperating, Cooper said in April. He said some witnesses questioned the authority of the police.
But apparently those obstacles have since been resolved.