You know that moment when you’re arguing with somebody in traffic and things take a direct turn for the worse? It’s better if you don’t, because some people really do tend to throw caution out the window when arguments get heated.
A man having a “psychotic episode” who tried to stab a police officer with two kitchen knives has been jailed. Swansea Crown Court heard the Gwent Police officer “genuinely feared for his life”. The 37-year-old admitted attempted grievous bodily harm for attacking PC Jones after he had been Tasered.
Incoherent jabbering with a nice mixture of attempted vehicular manslaughter. For people that got bored from the first 30 seconds of the video, I strongly encourage that you keep watching. I originally skipped ahead and was like…wait what, let’s go back.
A livestreamer named Scuffed Justin Carrey films multiple guys getting knocked out by a skateboard in a fight on Hollywood Boulevard. If someone asked me what the “wrong neighbourhood” is, Hollywood would probably be my last guess. People online are calling it a criminal cesspool though. So there ya go, you live and you learn.
“I was waiting in the Chik-Fil-A parking lot. I had my snapchat app open and was talking to friends. I heard a muffled commotion and when I looked up two women were standing outside of their vehicle under the Chik-Fil-A drive-thru awning. The passenger in the vehicle behind then got out and started brandishing a pistol at the passenger in the front car. Things escalated quickly and a fight broke out.”
Anyone who flees on foot when the cops have a dog is a moron. At that point, you can either go to prison, or go to the hospital and then go to prison. You’re not going to outrun any German Shepherd, and chasing and biting criminals is literally this dog’s favorite thing to do.
“This unprovoked attacked that happened to me tonight is a reminder of why these comedy clubs should have well equipped professional security to protect us entertainers who bring their club so much money. I thank God for looking out for me and giving my old ass the ability to Bob and weave because this could have ended in horrible way.” – @comicstevebrown.
Probably the worst attempt at a head butt I have ever seen. It looked like he was gently trying to nestle his head in the other guy’s chest. I do like how these guys seemed to be treating the security guard with some respect. They fought around him, rather than through him, which is normally what I see when security tries to intervene.
A Prayer Before Dawn, is based on the true story of an English boxer incarcerated in two of Thailand’s most notorious prisons. There, he begins taking part in Muay Thai boxing tournaments. The film was shot in a real Thai prison with a cast of primarily real inmates, and a new trailer has just arrived to give us a look at the results.
Mighty mouse probably has more technique than half the Street Beef roster, and probably more tattoo’s too. I liked the respect shown by both fighters. G in the white t-shirt looks a little bit inexperienced, I’m not hating in anyway, he’s got balls, would just like to see him train a little more.
“I started recording after the first punch was thrown because you never know if these things are just an act. Well, I caught the second punch…and witness some dude high on something get up from getting knocked out momentarily only to be arrested shortly thereafter. Most people wear shirts like “Rip Curl” but rarely actually “surf” but this long haired guy lives what he wears! Respect!”
Bull running is a highly controversial practice in Spain, which is often denounced by animal rights and welfare campaigners. As an animal-friendly alternative, authorities in the town of Mataelpino, near Madrid, replaced the bull with a resin ball, decorated with the face of an angry bull. Unfortunately, rolling such a huge resin ball down a hill towards people isn’t a particularly safe activity either.
Customer Cregg Jerri, 58, snuck up behind the suspect – armed with a chair – and struck. Police say the customer took the knife and stabbed the would-be robber several times until he took off running. Police say Jerri was stabbed in the neck but will be OK; they’re calling him a hero. As for the suspect, he was found a few blocks away and will be booked when he’s out of the hospital.
Newly released footage shows the moment that police killed 27-year-old Antoquan T. Watson during a dramatic shootout. Watson had led police on a dangerous chase that ended with him leaving his vehicle and pointing a gun at responding officers. He was shot 45 times, and the officers were found not guilty of any wrongdoing.
Police were called to Fannin South MetroRail stop in the city to wait for the man who had been behaving erratically on board. When the tram pulled in and the doors opened, the man attempted to spray the Houston Police Department officers with his bug sprayer. Top notch policing from the guy who got slapped. Should be used as an example to future officers.