Meet the Russian Flintstones, they’re having a yabba dabba doo time!
CCTV cameras in the U.K. town of Boston, Lincolnshire, filmed a group of five men fixing a bike rack on a night out, at 3 AM. The metal bike frame had been bent out of shape after a car reversed into it several weeks ago, but our drunken heroes straightened it in 13 minutes.
There can be only one!
I’ve already featured this motorbike-hating angry ram but the new footage deserves some attention. The ram, known as Rambro, hangs around Marty Todd’s property in Nelson, New Zealand, and has become a bit of a menace. Rambro was an old pet whose previous owner could not control him, so he let him loose on his large scrub and pine plantation a few years ago. Todd is an avid biker and he usually encounters the belligerent ram during his motorcycle rides. The scuffles between the two already went viral, but Todd recently mounted a GoPro camera on the ram’s back and filmed some new material:
During a live tv segment on Japan’s public broadcasting network NHK, one news staffer walked into the shot unaware that an interview is in progress. Her reaction was adorably funny:
A Harlequin Macaw parrot is talking to himself in the mirror while another bird, a Blue and Gold Macaw, keeps interrupting him. What’s a bird to do but shush the rude meddler?
An old Japanese ski jumping game, ‘Ski Jumping Pairs’, gives us the Japanese take on how Americans ski jump.
Princess the Cat thinks lap-time cuddles are far more important than reading a newspaper and demands her owner sets her priorities straight…
To mark the release of Star Trek Into Darkness, British movie and TV streaming service Blinkbox pranks shoppers with a cool teleportation illusion…
WHAS11‘s sports anchor Adam Lefkoe drops 41 Seinfeld references in one broadcast. See if you can recognize them all: