Two sax players take out their saxophones and battle it out during a subway commute in New York City.
The now famous Time Square crutch fight gets the lightsaber touch-up.
Brett Cohen pretends to be a celebrity with fake paparazzi and bodyguards in Times Square…
A Ferrari 458 Spider driver runs over a NYC cop’s foot after the cop tried to write him a ticket in front of SoHo’s Mercer Hotel. Off course, that doesn’t go well with the New York’s Finest. The Ferrari driver seems to be Julien Chabbott, the boyfriend of Stephanie Pratt (from the MTV reality show The Hills).
YouTuber Casey Neistat forgot his bags with $13,238.86 worth of camera gear in the back of a New York City taxi cab. Guess what happened when he tried to recover his luggage.
Youtuber Brizzy Voices performing all 151 original Pokemon voices. Get your geek on.
One of the stairs at the 36th Street subway station in Brooklyn, New York, is slightly higher than all the others, causing nearly everyone to trip on their way up. Dean Peterson filmed some of the people falling on that step and the result is this slapsticky video:
Chelsea Davison staged a massive game of truth or dare in New York by leaving 300 cards around the Washington Square Park. ‘Truths’ could be answered via Twitter, while ‘dares’ involved performing pretty embarrassing tasks in front of fellow New Yorkers. A surprising number of people chose dares:
Darth Vader thinks he can get out of a parking ticket with some lame story, forgets to apply his Sith mind control powers: