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Baby has adorably excited reaction to motor racing37s

Baby has adorably excited reaction to motor racing

Video footage captured on Saturday 9th July 2016 at 7:00pm Filmed in Washington Road, Morton A funny video has emerged from the US of a 15-month old child getting incredibly excited about live motor racing. The footage, filmed earlier this year, shows the youngster becoming very happy as the vehicles pass the crowd at a local county fair in Morton. According to the filmer, he "could not contain his excitement" and "gets so excited for anything with a motor."

Majestic lion lets out a yawn instead of a roar33s

Majestic lion lets out a yawn instead of a roar

A majestic lion let out a yawn instead of a roar at a sanctuary in Harrismith, South Africa. In the video, a 6-year-old male lion named Shalom can be seen hugging a rock as the sun sets. Instead of calling or roaring with other lions in the sanctuary, Shalom let out a yawn instead. “The other lions in our sanctuary started “calling/roaring/communicating” to each other,” said the filmer, who works for GG Conservation. “Shalom was about to join in but then decided to just yawn instead!” “We hope that our videos will make people fall in love with our lions (indeed all lions), and thereby they will want to help protect the lion species, which is now endangered in the wild,” the filmer added.

Bold cheetah jumps on jeep’s roof in the Serengeti1m07s

Bold cheetah jumps on jeep’s roof in the Serengeti

A bold cheetah jumped on the roof of a jeep in the Serengeti in Tanzania. In the video, a cheetah is seen sitting on the spare tires of a jeep as people inside the jeep take photos of it. The cheetah then jumps on the roof of the jeep as the photographers retreat back inside their vehicle. The filmer explained that the three jeeps in their safari were able to approach two cheetahs very closely. “This aroused the cheetahs' curiosity and they proceeded to get up and check us out,” the filmer explained. “One young cheetah jumped and you can see for yourself what happened.”

Chinese woman brings own 'swing seat' on train40s

Chinese woman brings own 'swing seat' on train

A Chinese woman was filmed hanging a swinging seat from a bar inside a train carriage. The video, captured in Hangzhou City in eastern China's Zhejiang Province on June 1, shows the inventive woman removing the swing from her bag and calmly tying it to a railing, from which handlebars are hanging, while on a busy train. The woman then takes her seat and starts to gently swing back and forth. The other commuters seem completely unruffled by the woman's unusual actions. ++CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: THIS VIDEO HAS BEEN LOOPED++

Moment bus full of passengers explodes in China's Sichuan Province1m14s

Moment bus full of passengers explodes in China's Sichuan Province

A bus full of passengers exploded today (June 18) in southern China, injuring 15. In CCTV clip, shot in Leshan City, Sichuan Province, a ball of fire suddenly bursts out of a bus that has stopped in the middle of a road. A passenger can be seen jumping out of a window while others scamper off. Other video shows several people carrying an injured commuter out of the bus. According to local media, 15 people were injured and three of them were passersby. Only one person had serious injuries but his life was not in danger. The injured were sent to hospital and the cause was being investigated.

Villagers make 20-metre-long rice dumpling for Dragon Boat Festival1m46s

Villagers make 20-metre-long rice dumpling for Dragon Boat Festival

Chinese villagers made a more than 20-metre-long rice dumpling for Dragon Boat Festival in eastern China. In the video, filmed in Lishui City in Zhejiang Province on June 12, 50 women stand on the two sides of a long table to make the massive zongzi. Fifty people took around 13 hours to finish the giant rice dumpling, reports said. It took more than 30 villagers to transport the rice dumpling to be steamed. It took nearly 10 hours to cook it well.

Cheeky dog tries to pick a fight with wild monkey1m30s

Cheeky dog tries to pick a fight with wild monkey

This is the amusing moment a curious dog teases a wild monkey in an attempt to start a fight in northern India. The clip, captured on June 12 in Lansdowne, shows a dog approaching a monkey and sniffing around. The monkey stands still and completely ignores the dog, which can be seen getting away after a while.

Muslim passenger in furious air rage rant over 'turkey ham' roll2m38s

Muslim passenger in furious air rage rant over 'turkey ham' roll

+CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO CONTAINS MULTIPLE SWEAR WORDS+ A furious Muslim plane passenger branded an air hostess a "stupid f***ing b****" after his turkey baguette was labelled as ham. The middle-aged cabbie from Hampstead in north London was flying from Skopje in Macedonia to Luton Airport on Sunday morning when he ordered the 4.50 euro roll and a bottle of water. But mid-way through eating the turkey ham sandwich he said it "didn’t taste like turkey" - and flew into a rage when he saw the packaging labelled with the word ham. He called over the WizzAir stewardess and went on a furious rant - branding her a ''stupid, f****** b****" and "f****** slut'' and demanding a refund, after becoming convinced the product contained pork - explaining that he cannot eat it due to his religion. He’s heard saying: ''I work in restaurants, I know what's ham. Ham is pork. It's not tasting like turkey, it's tasting like ham. ''This is not right, you should tell people there is pork, I'm a Muslim. It's pork, darling. What the f*** if your problem, stupid f****** b***? She's a f******* b**** man. She told me it's not appropriate to touch my teeth, f****** slut. ''You have given me ham, and you're talking to me rude. I just tell you it's ham, you tell me it's not pork. It's not nice, darling, you're supposed to be nice to the customers. Take the water, too. I don't want the water either. You are being very, very rude.'' The man appears to have incorrectly believed that turkey ham is a pig product - which would make it a violation of his Muslim beliefs.

Man smacks his face on pool edge in very painful backflip fail34s

Man smacks his face on pool edge in very painful backflip fail

A man whacked his face on the edge of a swimming pool after he tried to do a backflip. The video was filmed in Shijiazhuang City in northern China's Hebei Province on June 10. According to reports, the man came out of the water by himself and then onlookers pulled him out. The man reportedly had bruises on his chest and face.

Moment of roof collapse at tourist centre in northern China1m10s

Moment of roof collapse at tourist centre in northern China

This is the dramatic moment a roof collapsed on the top of visitors at a tourist centre in northern China. Nine people were injured when the collapse took place in Shaanxi Province on Saturday (June 16). In CCTV video, captured in Mount Hua tourist centre, a group of people standing on an escalator look up in fear as the ceiling falls down and buries them under debris. Eyewitness video shows several people running down the stairs to move away the debris and try to help those trapped underneath. Nine people had minor injuries and they were sent to hospital for treatment. The centre was closed and the cause was being investigated.

Three struck by train in south London20s

Three struck by train in south London

Three bodies were carried off the railway track in south London as trains sped past on their usual routes. The three bodies were discovered at 7.30am this morning near Loughborough Junction. The identities and the circumstances around their death are still being investigated. Police and forensics wrapped the bodies before carrying them away just before midday today.

Indian village girls climb into wells as deep as 40ft for buckets of worm-ridden water3m38s

Indian village girls climb into wells as deep as 40ft for buckets of worm-ridden water

Women and children of a village in Dindori in Madhya Pradesh, India, have a difficult routine to keep. Every morning they set out in the burning sun and walk miles to find a well with some water. It is a difficult quest as most wells in the area have dried up under the scorching Indian summer. The children in the group, invariably girls, climb down the well struggling to find a grip on the protruding stones of the wall. A small slip means plunging down to the bottom of the well, which in this region could be 40 feet or deeper. Accidents are frequent. Kajal Lodha, 28, says: “A girl in a neighbouring village broke her leg after falling down last month. ''If they are lucky they get clear water. If not, the water is milky white and sometimes comes with worms. They boil the water and filter it to make it potable.'' The plight of the Dindori villagers illustrates the tough struggle of millions to find potable water in the country. On June 15, Niti Aayog, a government thinktank, published a report stating that India was facing its worst-ever water crisis, with some 600 million people facing acute water shortage. The report drew data from 24 of India's 29 states and said the crisis was "only going to get worse" in the years ahead. “By 2030, the country’s water demand is projected to be twice the available supply,” the Niti Aayog report reads.

Monsoon rains devastate Rohingya refugees camps in Bangladesh35s

Monsoon rains devastate Rohingya refugees camps in Bangladesh

Heavy rains and landslides hit Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh as Monsoon season picks up. The footage, captured on June 12, shows a huge torrent of water inundating a camp in Cox's Bazar District. The filmer writes: ''We were doing food and some NFI relief distribution to 1000 families. ''We had to delay the distribution due to heavy rain and so while looking around the camp, we saw how much water had already filled up the lower part of the camp. ''This is going to get worse and already 200,000 Rohingya refugees are under threat from flooding due to monsoon rains.'' Thousands of hundreds of Rohingya have been forced to flee Myanmar for Bangladesh over the past 11 months due to a religious persecution that has been ongoing for decades.

Man captured using 'flame thrower' during street fight in Auckland1m03s

Man captured using 'flame thrower' during street fight in Auckland

A street fight in Auckland's CBD was captured on Friday night, with one aggressor caught on camera using a home-made flame thrower. The ruckus scene occurred outside the Cathedral of St Patrick, just off the corner of Federal Street and Wyndham St in Central Auckland, and involved up 10 men. In the video clip, one man can be seen using a lighter and a deodorant spray can to spark up a flame during the altercation. Punches are also thrown and a lot of swearing is heard in the violent clash. The group were allegedly drinking outside the church for a number of hours before the fight. One witness said the police eventually turned up and detained two of the men. The men are believed to be in their 20s and are thought to be of Maori or Polynesian descent.

Cyclist beats 127-year-old penny farthing record2m11s

Cyclist beats 127-year-old penny farthing record

An endurance cyclist has set a British record for the furthest distance travelled on a penny farthing in an hour. Mark Beaumont from Perthshire in Scotland covered 21.91 miles (35.2 kilometres) on the high wheeler at the Herne Hill Velodrome in London on Friday (June 15). Beaumont, a 35-year old Scot from Perthshire, is no stranger to setting records. Last year he cycled around the world in 78 days 14 hours and 40 minutes completing over 18,000 miles (29,000 km) en route. Beaumont was supported by eight other riders who would help him to try to beat the 127-year old world record. Their role was as pacemakers and to help him slipstream going down the straight. Beaumont’s bike was 1.42 metres in height and was specially made for the record attempt. While he broke the British record, Beaumont fell short of setting a new world record by around 274 metres, according to reports.

Burst water pipes cause flooding on Osaka streets after earthquake1m11s

Burst water pipes cause flooding on Osaka streets after earthquake

Roads in several parts of Osaka were flooded on June 18 following the 6.1 magnitude earthquake that struck the city that morning. This video, taken near the Osaka Prefectural Government Office in the financial district of Chuo, shows the road flooded with muddy water as cars and motorbikes sloshed through. An underground water pipe burst earlier during the earthquake, causing the flood. Three casualties were reported as of mid-day, including one nine-year-old girl who died when a wall collapsed on her at school. The government's Fire and Disaster Management Agency said at least 91 people were injured.

Fishermen rescue sea turtle entangled in fishing net2m18s

Fishermen rescue sea turtle entangled in fishing net

This is the heartwarming moment a group of fishermen rescue a sea turtle which was caught in a fishing net. The footage, captured off the coast of Ecuador, shows a man cutting the turtle free from the net. A relative of the fishermen later wrote online: ''My father and my uncle were out ocean fishing. ''They had seen the turtle tangled in the line while they were returning to port. ''My uncle Ted Bautista cut away the rope and net around the turtle before returning him to the ocean. ''Ted was visiting from the United States at the time and has always loved animals so he felt compelled to stop and help.'' The clip was filmed in November 2017.

Video shows damage to restaurant after magnitude 6.1 earthquake hits Osaka, Japan1m30s

Video shows damage to restaurant after magnitude 6.1 earthquake hits Osaka, Japan

A magnitude 6.1 earthquake hit Osaka in western Japan just before 7 am on June 17, with at least three confirmed deaths recorded by noon local time. Among the casualties include one nine-year-old girl, who died when a wall collapsed on her at school. The earthquake halted train services, stranded rush hour commuters and left thousands in the region without power. No major damage has been reported. This video, a compilation of two clips uploaded by a Facebook user, shows the damage done to the restaurant he works at in Toyagawa, Osaka.

Supermarket back to business after 6.1 magnitude earthquake hits Osaka, Japan1m51s

Supermarket back to business after 6.1 magnitude earthquake hits Osaka, Japan

A magnitude 6.1 earthquake hit Osaka in western Japan just before 7 am on June 17, with at least three confirmed deaths recorded by noon local time. Among the casualties include one nine-year-old girl, who died when a wall collapsed on her at school. The earthquake halted train services, stranded rush hour commuters and left thousands in the region without power. No major damage has been reported. This video, a compilation of two clips uploaded by a Facebook user, shows the damage done to a supermarket in Toyagawa, Osaka.

Man launches firework at police officers as World Cup celebrations in east LA turn violent43s

Man launches firework at police officers as World Cup celebrations in east LA turn violent

++CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: THIS VIDEO HAS BEEN LOOPED++ ++CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: THIS VIDEO HAS BEEN EDITED++ An east LA man was arrested after he was captured launching a firework at police on June 17 in the midst of Mexico fans celebrating their World Cup victory against Germany. The video shows a man kneeling down and aiming the weapon straight ahead before running a few steps forward, bending down and firing at police officers ahead. This was filmed on Pacific Boulevard by Eddie at around 11 am and later shared to Twitter. Elsewhere in east LA, home to a large population of Mexicans, festivities erupted all over town as fans donning sombreros, Mexican flags and green jerseys took to the streets to celebrate beating Germany 1-0.

Man makes Rubik's Cube football to mark World Cup1m05s

Man makes Rubik's Cube football to mark World Cup

A British man has made the world's first Rubik's Cube football to mark the World Cup in Russia. In this clip, Tony Fisher demonstrates his invention working both as a puzzle and as a football. Fisher has a long history of creating interesting puzzles. He holds the official record for making the largest Rubik's Cube in the world, which stands at 1.57 metres.

630 migrants rescued from the Mediterranean disembark in Spain2m35s

630 migrants rescued from the Mediterranean disembark in Spain

Migrants rescued from the Mediterranean and turned away by Italy and Malta have arrived in the Spanish port of Valencia. Three vessels, including the Aquarius, which rescued the 630 migrants a week ago, have now docked in the harbour. Spain's new socialist government has pledged free healthcare for the migrants and says it will investigate each asylum case.

Chinese man applies face mask while on busy train39s

Chinese man applies face mask while on busy train

Just an amusing clip from China of a male commuter applying a face mask while on a busy train. The funny video was filmed in Shenyang City in Liaoning Province on May 29. ++CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: THIS VIDEO HAS BEEN LOOPED++

Fans cover block of flats in London with England flags46s

Fans cover block of flats in London with England flags

Some very enthusiastic England fans have hung flags all over this block of flats in Shepherd's Bush, London. Almost every balcony of the block has an England flag draped from it as does the entrance to the estate. "England fans are the best," said the filmer.