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Greedy goat becomes internet celebrity as it always steals owner’s food1m41s

Greedy goat becomes internet celebrity as it always steals owner’s food

A goat became a famous internet celebrity in China and avoided being slaughtered because it always stole its owner’s food. A bizarre and funny video, filmed in Datong City in northern Shanxi Province on November 15, shows the greedy goat munching its owner’s food, including a kebab, apple and cake. The goat with a voracious appetite has gained over 300,000 followers on a Chinese short video app called Kuaishou, after its owner Li Fu uploaded its videos on the platform. Because of its fame, Li decided to keep it as a pet and the lucky goat avoided being sold off and slaughtered.

Stunning footage of Yosemite National Park after a huge snowstorm1m05s

Stunning footage of Yosemite National Park after a huge snowstorm

A photographer filmed an incredible wintry scene from Yosemite National Park, Mariposa County, California. The filmer caught this scene in January 2017 shortly after the park had reopened following immense blizzards, driving through and recording the extreme snowfall. The filmer reported: "That winter we had an epic snowfall. The park had just reopened from a huge storm when I shot the video. Very few people were in the park... "I knew I was seeing something special, so I shot the video with my iPhone to capture this beautiful moment."

Allegedly drunk passenger attacks bus driver after he missed his stop36s

Allegedly drunk passenger attacks bus driver after he missed his stop

An alleged drunk passenger attacked a bus driver after he missed his stop to get off in southwestern China. The CCTV video, filmed in Guiyang City in Guizhou Province last Saturday (December 15), shows a man suddenly walking to the cabin and starting to blame and hit the driver on the head. Then the irate commuter can also be seen trying to grab the driver’s hands on the steering wheel when the bus is moving on a road. According to reports, the alleged drunk man fell asleep on the bus and missed the stop he needed to get off. The driver was detained for five days by police.

Locals flock to see Russian ship run aground by low tide2m24s

Locals flock to see Russian ship run aground by low tide

Locals of Falmouth and surrounding areas have flocked to witness the Russain cargo ship that has been left stranded on Gyllyngvase Beach this morning (December 18). The 16,000-ton vessel beached itself as the tide receded near the Cornwall coast. Emergency services were called and RNLI rescue boats were deployed at around 6 am followed by the press and members of the public to feast their eyes on the wreckage.

Pedestrian narrowly escapes death after tree falls down behind her35s

Pedestrian narrowly escapes death after tree falls down behind her

A pedestrian narrowly escaped death after a tree fell down behind her during rains in eastern China. The terrifying video, filmed in Xuancheng City in eastern Anhui Province on December 7, shows a tree suddenly collapsing onto a car parked on the roadside, missing a woman with an umbrella walking by. The pedestrian is shocked at her narrow escape and another woman can be seen quickly exiting the car. Although two cars were damaged, no casualties were reported.

Greek subway workers unearth ancient Roman baths while digging metro station1m16s

Greek subway workers unearth ancient Roman baths while digging metro station

An incredible archaeological discovery was made in north Greece, as an ancient Roman bath more than 1600 years old was unearthed while digging a new metro station. The 4th century AD Roman baths were found in Thessaloniki, and were discovered during excavations of Thessaloniki's metro station in Hagia Sophia on December 12. These formed part of a subterranean space that allowed rudimentary underfloor heating, with the single uncovered stone bath measuring 5.60m by 4.40m and weighing 50 tons. The metro workers in Thessaloniki have been making regular archaeological finds this past year while excavating new tunnels under the city, with a substantial find in April 2018.

Man fires gun point-blank at Indian wedding dancer, narrowly missing her38s

Man fires gun point-blank at Indian wedding dancer, narrowly missing her

A wedding dancer dodged a bullet miraculously after a man aimed his gun at her head and fired at a wedding in northeastern India. The chilling incident occurred at a village near Motihari in Bihar state, on December 16. with video showing the dancer performing on stage with her partner before a large audience. The footage then shows a man standing close to the stage and firing a gun at her while she and her partner were taking a selfie. Though the bullet missed her, the dancer’s face was engulfed in smoke from the shot. The dancer collapsed from shock and was carried off stage. She has been admitted to a hospital in Mohammadpur where doctors said she was in shock but had not suffered any injury from the bullet. A local police officer said the man had been arrested and the cause of shooting was being probed. In many parts of India, families celebrate weddings by firing in the air. Reports of accidental firing injuring or even killing those in the vicinity surface periodically.

Shocking moment as Chinese man kicks cat into river37s

Shocking moment as Chinese man kicks cat into river

Shocking video captured a Chinese man deliberately kicking a cat into a river in southern China. In the CCTV clip, captured in Shantou City in Guangdong Province on December 11, a cat can be seen sitting quietly on the edge of a river and a man walking past suddenly kicks it down into the river from its back. After the man walks away, the frightened cat runs up to the bank and hides into the bushes.

Russian cargo ship stranded on UK beach during low tide50s

Russian cargo ship stranded on UK beach during low tide

Emergency services have launched a major operation after reports a Russian bulk carrier ship has grounded on a British beach this morning (December 18). The Kuzma Minin is reported to be stranded off Gyllyngvase Beach in Falmouth in Cornwall. The RNLI launched out of Falmouth just after 6:00am with pilot boats from the nearby docks also in the water. Witnesses have taken pictures of the boat close to the shore. It comes after the Met Office issued a yellow warning of severe weather with 65mph winds forecast. Gales have already been recorded at up to 74mph in Cornwall and 40knots on the River Tamar disrupting traffic.

Runaway horse gallops head-on into a BMW34s

Runaway horse gallops head-on into a BMW

A runaway horse crashed head-on into a BMW in the middle of a road in central China. The bizarre video, filmed in Jiaozuo City in Henan Province on December 17, shows a runaway horse galloping on a road and colliding with a BMW driving in the opposite direction. A woman in another car was frightened by the incident while recording and said: “There is a horse on Jiefang Road. Oh…” The horse suffered injuries and was bleeding, but can be seen having been led away and still standing despite its wounds. According to onlookers, the horse might have escaped from a nearby farm. The case was being investigated, reports said.

Russian cargo ship runs aground off Cornwall coast50s

Russian cargo ship runs aground off Cornwall coast

Cornwall coastguards are trying to refloat a Russian cargo ship that ran aground off a Cornish beach in south-east England due to strong winds. Footage shows the 16000-tonne ship called the Kuzma Minin grounded close to Falmouth Beach. Filmer Ian Noble wrote: "Woke up this morning, after a night of strong winds and storms, to find this gigantic Russian cargo ship beached outside my house!"

Protesters drop banner from Westminster Bridge in support of Stansted 151m08s

Protesters drop banner from Westminster Bridge in support of Stansted 15

Protesters in London drop a large banner from Westminster Bridge near the Houses of Parliament after the Stansted 15 were found guilty of terror offences. On March 28 last year, 15 people chained themselves together in front of a deportation plane at Stansted Airport. Earlier this month, the nine women and six men who make up the Stansted 15 were found guilty of an aviation security offence following a trial.

Python wraps itself around fireman’s head as safety demonstration goes wrong1m05s

Python wraps itself around fireman’s head as safety demonstration goes wrong

A Bangkok fireman found himself in a tight squeeze when this five-metre long python wrapped itself around his head during a safety demonstration. Khun Apichet, 40, was showing school children in the Thai capital on November 3 how to handle the deadly snakes if they coil around their bodies. But Apichet needed a hand himself, when his boss giving the talk had to prize away the serpent which was following its natural instincts in strangling its prey. Apichet is seen looking red-faced and strained as he struggles to hold back the vice-like grip of the python's body. The announcer is heard saying: ''The snake is trying to bite him, because this makes the snake feel good. ''When the snake wants to eat the people they will bite quickly and lock them in very quickly, but this one is older and has been tamed.'' The fireman then invites a young boy to try and put his hand between the snake and his colleague's head in order to demonstrate how powerful the python is. He adds: ''The python is old and more friendly than animals in the wild but he is still very powerful.'' The snake used in the video is one that was caught from a home several years ago and has since been kept in captivity and is used in safety demonstrations.

Taiga the cat is an absolute Scrooge48s

Taiga the cat is an absolute Scrooge

Taiga the calico cat is clearly very resistant to the impact of Christmas on her personal domain. She carefully and calculatedly pushes every individual ornament off her owner's shelf with her paw. Her owner, Christelle has to resurrect her figurines on a regular basis. "Taiga, an energetic calico cat, has made it her daily routine to push off these handmade Christmas dolls from the shelf," she said.

Deck your beard! Taking the Christmas trend to the next level18s

Deck your beard! Taking the Christmas trend to the next level

UK-based video creator Tom Hooker showed his TikTok viewers how to take the Christmas 'glitter beard' trend to the next level. Decking his full green glitter beard with baubles and lights, he also adorned his nose with an angel to top it all off. "It gained 4 million views in 24hours on the TiKTok app," he said, "and now a week and a half later stands at 14 million views strong!"

Fishermen break frozen river with axes to get giant fish stuck inside57s

Fishermen break frozen river with axes to get giant fish stuck inside

Fishermen broke into a frozen river with axes to get at a giant fish stuck inside in northern China. The video, filmed in Jiamusi City in Heilongjiang Province on December 1, shows two women using axes to try to break an icy layer of a river with an around 100-kilogram fish under it. Another clip shows a woman holding the giant fish finally taken out from the frozen river to take pictures. A woman can be heard saying: “Such a big fish! It is even taller than a human being.”

Mother of three works together with her kids to collect used goods3m58s

Mother of three works together with her kids to collect used goods

A mother from Padang, western Indonesia, and her three children pay for the children's education by going out and collecting used goods together. Gustinawati has two kids still in elementary school and one older child, and waits every day to collect them before they all head out to scavenge for used goods and recyclables to sell. They do this to both pay for their cost of living and cover the younger children's tuition. Gustinawati says she is trying to improve the quality of education of her two children, so that in the future they will improve their prospects. Together they help push her rickshaw and help her look around for and collect any used goods from people in her neighbourhood. This video was filmed on December 6.

Drone footage shows beautiful Christmas lights show at Colorado waterpark46s

Drone footage shows beautiful Christmas lights show at Colorado waterpark

A man caught a unique Christmas lights show at the Water World in Federal Heights, Colorado, with a mile of traffic running through a twisting row of Christmas lights. The filmer used his drone to record the beautiful display from above on the night of December 13, saying he'd: "Never seen something like it before." This was the first year that the Federal Heights Water World was doing this parking arrangement.

Man attacks shop assistant with knife as he is unable to buy cooked corn37s

Man attacks shop assistant with knife as he is unable to buy cooked corn

A man attacked a shop assistant with a knife as he was unable to buy cooked corn, which was sold out. Shocking CCTV video, filmed in Nanning City in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region last Monday (December 10), shows a customer taking out a large knife from his pocket and smacking a shop assistant standing behind the counter repeatedly. After the shop assistant falls onto the ground, the man then spilled a pot of hot soup onto him before leaving. According to reports, the customer got angry and slapped the shop assistant’s colleague after he was told that the cooked corns were sold out. So the shop assistant called the police, but the man ran away. However, the man came back after an hour and used a knife to attack the shop assistant. The worker suffered serious injuries and was treated in hospital. The case was being investigated by police.

Unlimited drinks and limited food causes riotous fight at Indian wedding1m06s

Unlimited drinks and limited food causes riotous fight at Indian wedding

This was the scene as drunken people went mad and threw chairs and plates at each other during a food shortage at a wedding party in Ludhiana, Punjab, north India. Video of the wedding, that took place last month on November 15, shows the guests fighting among each other and breaking chairs, desks, plates and whatever was in front of them after a food shortage was announced. This particular Punjabi wedding that includes mandatory free alcohol is being said as the reason people became so angry. The aftermath is also shown, as many are slumping into chairs and lying prone on the floor in a near-stupor.

Out-of-control tractor does doughnuts on road while hapless driver chases58s

Out-of-control tractor does doughnuts on road while hapless driver chases

An out-of-control tractor did doughnuts in the middle of a road in northwestern China. The clip, shot in Xining City in Qinghai Province on December 10, shows a vehicle spinning in the middle of a road while the driver chasing after it. The tractor did not stop until it crashed into the concrete barrier on the side of the road.

Timber! Curious kitten trashes Christmas tree15s

Timber! Curious kitten trashes Christmas tree

A curious kitten examines the new Christmas tree, attempting to climb up it – which predictably ends in disaster. "Trying to get in the festive spirit, decorated the tree at home," said the filmer. "And within two hours Kane the seven-month-old kitten got curious, decides he doesn't like it, and knocks the whole thing down!"

Shocking video shows people desperately escaping blaze2m36s

Shocking video shows people desperately escaping blaze

A large fire broke out at a hospital in western Mumbai on Monday afternoon, leaving 146 people injured and 6 dead at most recent reports. The conflagration occurred at ESIC Kamgar Hospital in the Andheri area of Mumbai, when firefighters received a call at around 4:00pm IST. There were as many as 10 fire engines called out to battle the blaze while people evacuated from the building, some even fatally leaping from high windows to escape the flames. One rescue van and 16 ambulances are also present on-site to tend to injured people.

Police cordon off St. Mary's Street in Cardiff in 'ongoing incident'22s

Police cordon off St. Mary's Street in Cardiff in 'ongoing incident'

Police cordon off St. Mary's Street in Cardiff as they respond to an 'ongoing incident' in the city centre. Staff from local shops and residents of apartments in the area have also been told to leave their homes, according to local media. The filmer, Ryan James, says the reason for the cordon remains unknown and that people are remaining fairly calm. "Besides the cordon everyone is just curious and milling about," he says. "Even the police seem fairly calm but I suppose it's their job."