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Buggy climbs 'Rocky stairs' in Philadelphia as Eagles fans celebrate win44s

Buggy climbs 'Rocky stairs' in Philadelphia as Eagles fans celebrate win

Eagles fans decided to climb the famous Philadelphia Art Museum stairs with a buggy as their team secured their spot in the Super Bowl on Sunday (21 December). Like in the 'Rocky' movies, the dune buggy drove up the long stairs while playing the famous 'Eye of The Tiger' movie song. We can then see it going down the stairs, hooking and celebrating. "There was supposed to be a large march towards city hall and out of nowhere this dune buggy drove up the steps from the parkway," wrote the filmer. However, according to a local report, the Philadelphia Police said there were no arrests in Philadelphia this night.

Intense blizzard conditions in US MidWest2m32s

Intense blizzard conditions in US MidWest

+CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: CONTAINS SWEARING+ Sioux City in Iowa shuts down during a blizzard today (January 22). DOWNLOAD FURTHER VIDEO HERE: https://www.newsflare.com/video/178574/weather-nature/sioux-city-blizzard-traps-motorists

Mother repeatedly interrupts five-year-old son's Lego tutorial4m24s

Mother repeatedly interrupts five-year-old son's Lego tutorial

Five-year-old Elijah Choate is a next-generation YouTuber trying to talk his viewers through a Lego tutorial - only to be forever interrupted by his mother and little sister. In the video, which was shot on August 2016 at home in San Diego, little Elijah is forced to take drastic measures to try to prevent his family members from interrupting, including putting blankets up against the door.

Child, 5, continues to dance on stage while crying40s

Child, 5, continues to dance on stage while crying

A five-year-old child cries on stage while continuing to dance as part of a school performance. The video was captured in Shijiazhuang City in northern China's Hebei Province on January 20. According to reports, the girl suddenly felt sad when she was waiting at the backstage. After the teacher calmed her down, she stopped crying. However, she burst into tears again during the performance on stage.

Cotswolds satnav fail leaves Ocado driver in field for TWO hours1m00s

Cotswolds satnav fail leaves Ocado driver in field for TWO hours

This Ocado delivery driver in England's beautiful Cotswolds won't be ignoring a "no entry" sign again in a hurry. In video filmed in the Worcestershire village of Broadway in March 2017, the driver is filmed from a local resident's window while his van is stuck in a muddy field. The driver is seen getting out to assess the situation. Writes the filmer: "A delivery driver turned onto a field at the back of mine, which is a dead-end and you can't get to any houses from there. "It happened at the back of my house on a field in Broadway, Worcestershire. An Ocado delivery driver took a wrong turn and ended up in the middle of the field. I really don't understand how he got so far onto the field as he should have realised sooner that he was in the wrong place. "This has never happened before and I honestly don't know how he managed it because where the field is there is a gate and usually there are sheep in the field and the gate has a sign saying 'no entry.' "My partner went and helped him he gave him a push and put some wood [planks] by the wheels. It took about two hours altogether from start to finish. A lot of people had late deliveries that day." Ocado refused to comment. DOWNLOAD THE LONGER RAW VERSION HERE: https://www.newsflare.com/video/117624/other/stuck-in-the-mud-ocado-delivery-driver-takes-a-very-wrong-turn

China claims world record for longest ice bar37s

China claims world record for longest ice bar

Citizens of a northeastern Chinese city have claimed that a new ice bar is the world's longest, at 100.6-metres long. In video captured in Tonghua City in northeastern Jilin Province on January 20, tourists are filmed enjoying drinking wine from the ice bar. According to local media, the world record has been certified by Guinness World Records.

Clumsy leopard cub falls out of tree53s

Clumsy leopard cub falls out of tree

This is the amusing moment a young leopard fails to climb a small tree in the Savanna. The footage, captured on January 6 in Kruger National Park, South Africa, shows the leopard losing its balance while clinging to the branches of a tree. The animal falls to the ground and walks away seemingly embarrassed.

SUV crashes head-on into coach in China37s

SUV crashes head-on into coach in China

An SUV crashes head-on into a coach next to a petrol station in China, killing the driver. The dash-cam and CCTV video were filmed in Mianyang City in Sichuan Province on January 21. The SUV car driver died and three passengers on the coach suffered minor injuries.

Octogenarian paints graffiti on house walls38s

Octogenarian paints graffiti on house walls

An 81-year-old farmer paints graffiti on the walls of his house in southern China's Chongqing City. The video, captured on October 27, 2017, shows the elderly man named Wu Xiaokuan using a writing brush to draw on the wall. Wu used to be a farmer and he started to draw after he was inspired by the paintings he saw in museums and tourist attractions.

India sends 5,000 soldiers to battle eco disaster after lake catches fire1m43s

India sends 5,000 soldiers to battle eco disaster after lake catches fire

Indian officials dispatched 5,000 soldiers to battle a stunning ecological disaster after a lake caught fire in Bangalore. The Bellandur lake, once Bangalore’s largest water body, is now reduced to a dump of sewage, chemical effluents, solid garbage, construction debris and dry grass. Local residents noticed fire in the middle of the wetlands on January 19 around 12 noon. The area was soon covered with huge plumes of smoke billowing from the lake. Though fire tenders rushed to the scene, they could not approach the spot where the fire broke out. The Ministry of Defence officials then sent a contingent of 5,000 soldiers from the nearby the Armed Services Corps Centre, which managed to get the fire under control by 10pm in the night. The fire was finally put out 24 hours later. Major General N S Rajpurohit, who led the Army team, said the cause of fire was not known. “The lake has been catching fire almost every year,“ he said. Civic officials said they were investigating the cause of fire. “The dry grass may have triggered the fire, which then spread through garbage and chemical waste,” said a senior official of Bangalore Development Authority, without disclosing his name. The Bellandur lake had caught fire in February 2017 as well. The officials had then blamed the mishap on methane gas that had accumulated as a result of illegal industrial waste dumping.

Philippine authorities raise alert as Mayon volcano erupts43s

Philippine authorities raise alert as Mayon volcano erupts

The Philippines’ most active volcano has exploded sending a huge column of ash into the sky and prompting authorities to raise the alert level - meaning a hazardous eruption may be imminent. The footage, captured on January 21, shows a massive plume of ash and steam rising up in the air. Thousands of residents have been evacuated since Mayon started acting up more than a week ago. Mount Mayon has erupted about 50 times in the last 500 years, reports say. ++CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: THIS VIDEO HAS BEEN LOOPED++

Unlucky pedestrian flattened by huge shop sign37s

Unlucky pedestrian flattened by huge shop sign

An unfortunate pedestrian is flattened when a large shop sign suddenly falls and lands on her head in southern China. The CCTV video, filmed in Foshan City in Guangdong Province on January 19, shows the woman being hit and buried under the sign, which is for a restaurant chain. According to local reports, she suffered injuries to her waist and leg.

Fisherman finds plastic pollution inside fish's stomach1m22s

Fisherman finds plastic pollution inside fish's stomach

Shocking footage shows how a fisherman cut open a fish’s stomach - pulling out dozens of pieces of plastic. The sea fisherman caught the Mahi Mahi, also known as a common dolphinfish, off the coast of Costa Rica. He hauled the fish aboard his boat and suspected the fish was sick. He opened up the fish’s large intestine and was shocked to see the level of pollution inside. The fisherman filmed himself removing plastic jar lids, pieces of shredded plastic cups, bottle tops, a comb, a lighter and other small fragments of plastic. The footage sparked outrage from animal campaigners on the island, where fishing is one of the main industries. Environmentalists warned that the footage showed how rising amounts of plastic pollution is killing or contaminating marine life. Marine scientist Erick Ross explained that fish often confuse the plastic pieces for food before ingesting them. ''The plastic does not melt and can block their intestinal tract, and then they cannot feed – preventing them from consuming food, and starving [them to death],'' he said.

Terrifying moment elephant runs amok India temple festival2m04s

Terrifying moment elephant runs amok India temple festival

Panic descended on a Hindu festival in South India after one of the elephants that participated in a ceremonial procession went on a rampage on January 19. The 21-year-old male elephant, Gouri Nandan, went berserk ploughing into the crowd and injuring several onlookers. A group of spectators ran behind the animal, trying to restrain it. Officials, who were at the spot, shot a tranquiliser at the elephant and brought it to heel. Two priests, who had mounted the elephant, stayed on top for the most part of the nearly two-hour ordeal clinging on to each other. The organisers of the festival had brought in 15 elephants to take part in the ceremonial procession at Maha Ganapathy temple in Kerala. Animal rights activist Rajeev N Kurup alleged that the elephant had gone berserk due to torture and overexertion. “The elephants suffered serious wounds on their chest and legs due to the use of bull hook – a banned tool - by the mahouts. We have complained against festival organisers for flouting all regulations on parading elephants,” he said. Activists have sought a ban on using elephants in religious ceremonies as they subject the animals to severe torture and exertion.

Mysterious blazing object lights up the night sky in Colombia1m21s

Mysterious blazing object lights up the night sky in Colombia

This is the eerie moment a huge ball of glowing light hovering in the sky sparked panic among locals - fearing it was a UFO. The spooky being was seen hovering in the clouds above buildings in Ocana in Norte de Santander, Colombia. Residents who filmed the bizarre scene feared it was an alien aircraft from another planet - while others said it could have been a flare suspended in the air. A man can be heard in the background of the video shouting in Spanish: 'It's not a star. It's not a plane. It's Superman!’ While another spectator cries: 'It's moving!' exclaims another. Local authorities have still not released an explanation for the strange sighting - but some viewers suggested it could be part of a military training drill. Dixon Florez Castro said: 'The light is from a flare parachute used during military actions. 'They illuminate large areas at night, usually for parachute landings and observational operations. Here it looks more dramatic because the sky is cloudy.’

Crocodile eating stingray on the beach40s

Crocodile eating stingray on the beach

This is the incredible moment a crocodile is caught on camera eating a stingray. The reptile was spotted splashing around near the shore as it grappled with the marine creature. After a brief struggle, it swallowed the string ray whole before disappearing back beneath the surface. Writes the filmer: ''I’d just gone with my daughter to look at the sea before returning home. ''I saw something that looked like a tree trunk, which I found odd and then I realised it was not. ''I ran to grab the camera, I saw something sticking out, it looked like a branch of a tree and saw it moving for everywhere, so I guess at that time already was eating the ray. ''I estimate that this animal was about 2 or 3 meters, it was big.''

Thousands rally in Thessaloniki against 'Macedonia' name talks5m14s

Thousands rally in Thessaloniki against 'Macedonia' name talks

Tens of thousands of Greeks took to the streets of Thessaloniki to protest against the use of the name “Macedonia” in a solution to a dispute between Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM). The footage, captured on January 21, shows protesters waving Greek flags and holding banners reading “There is only one Macedonia and it is Greek!” as they march in the streets of the northern Greek city. The rally comes amid a new United Nations-buffered push for a solution on the name spat.

Hundreds gather in pouring rain for "Time's Up" rally in London1m37s

Hundreds gather in pouring rain for "Time's Up" rally in London

Hundreds of people took the streets of London on Sunday to say "Time's Up" to issues including sexual harassment and the gender pay gap. The event comes after a series of marches across the globe as women in at least 34 countries were reported to be taking to the streets over the weekend.

Man performs impressive basketball trick shots16s

Man performs impressive basketball trick shots

This the remarkable moment a basketball trick shot specialist from the USA hit two consecutive behind-the-back shots from the centre jump circle. The impressive skill was performed by Michael Dunn in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania back in September. "Has this ever been done before?" he wrote online.

Marchers gather outside Downing St in London for "Time's Up"1m58s

Marchers gather outside Downing St in London for "Time's Up"

Protesters and activists took the streets of London on Sunday to say "Time's Up" to issues including sexual harassment and the gender pay gap. The event comes after a series of marches across the globe as women in at least 34 countries were reported to be taking to the streets over the weekend.