Another incredible accident happened the day before yesterday in Tallinn. Fortunately, nobody was injured. The BMW driver wanted to turn left at tram track intersection and ... didn’t see the tram coming or didn’t hear it or simply, he thought he would have time to pass. In any case, all is well and it seems that the person who is inside the car with his notebook and cell phone is the driver.
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The weekend is almost here. Be strong! Do you have plans for this evening? I bet you have ;)) A few words about the site. Last week, we have grown up and now we have almost 1800 registered visitors. For all time of site’s existence, you wrote 15600 comments. On this positive note, I wish you a great weekend and a nice Friday night ;) Have fun and see you on Monday!
Customs officials unload £30m of cocaine from a lorry in France. The cocaine was tightly packed into crates. The driver and the passenger denied knowing anything about the cocaine, but said they had been delivering their load to London, which is at the centre of the largest cocaine trade in Europe. Clickable.
A Chinese woman suffering from chronic headaches discovered she had had a 3.3 cm long bullet lodged in her face, next to her ear, for 42 years! When doctors showed the 65-year-old the pictures she told them she had no idea how the bullet could have got there. Then she recalled being injured during China's Cultural Revolution in 1967 when someone fired a pistol next to her head during a protest. Clickable.
Look at this cat with furry wings! Animal experts have been left baffled by the fluffy white moggy, who was born normal - but began growing wing-shaped appendages on either side of his spine when he was just a year old. Some experts believe the bony 'wings' are in fact a freak mutation - a Siamese twin growing inside the kitty. Others think the mutation may be genetic, caused by chemicals during his mother's pregnancy. Whatever the answer is, the cat doesn’t seem to mind…Clickable.
Spanish matador Israel Lancho is gored after trying to kill a bull during the San Isidro Festival at the Las Ventas bullring in Madrid. Clickable.
Some people collect rocks, some scatters them but Bill Dan from San Francisco does something extraordinary with them. For 15 years, since 1994, he’s been making sculptures from balancing stones. Bill makes these incredible sculptures without the aid of glue, Photoshop or any other means of montage.
Gloucestershire Cheese Rolling is an annual event held in England. Traditionally, only local villagers participated in it. Now the event became international. The tradition is at least 200 years old. A round of Double Gloucester cheese is rolled from the top of the hill, and contenders run down the hill and try to catch it. But as the cheese is rolled one second before they start to race, it gains speed up to 70mph (112 km/h). A large number of participants are injured every year.