Sunday, December 21, 2014

Chinese man ran over by a truck survives unhurt



Watch with surprise how a man in China, riding on a bike was hit by a trailer which then turns and moved away. Yet, the man was left on the tarmac unhurt.

Nothing but a miracle!

Man survives truck accident in China















The incident happened in the city of Ningbo, in China’s eastern province of Zhejiang.

The most surprising thing about the incident is that none of the 8 wheels of the truck hit man.

Saturday, December 20, 2014

Hart is the best place to live in the UK - Find out why

Hartley Wintney
If you're travelling to the United Kingdom from Nigeria, you probably never heard of a place called Hart.

Hart District has been called the best place to live in the UK for the fourth time in years. The place scored highly in areas of health and life expectancy, weather, employment, low crime rate and broadband internet.

So be sure to check the place out if you’re travelling to the UK anytime from now.

Funny picture of the day: Man covered in snow

A man's stupidity

Can you tell us why this picture is funny?


Scotland embarks on the largest tidal energy project worldwide



Scotland has begun work on the largest planned tidal energy project in the world; a project which will physically begin next month, since the project managers have finalized all conditions required to initiate the first drawdown from the financiers, The Crown Estate and Scottish Enterprise.

The project has the potential to power nearly 175,000 homes through a network of about 269 turbines on the seabed at Ness of Quoys in Caithness, north east Scotland. See Picture below.

Turkish Protesters to go to Jail for creating unrest



About 35 Turkish football fans have gone on trial for attempting to stage a coup during mass protests last year in a case that some have revealed that it is an abuse of the justice system by a government bent on revenge.
Turkish protesters
Source: The Guardian
Surprisingly enough, prosecutors are seeking life sentences for supporters of the Istanbul team known as Besiktas. The accused protesters were claimed to be helping disrupt peace and instigating the unrest that occurred in Istanbul’s Taksim Square in May 2013.
The protesters were said to get started peacefully against the demolition of Gezi Park but soon it spread nationwide.
The national government of Turkey has insisted that it will rout all those involved in the unrest.

Photo of Bill Clinton 'Clasping a Blond' goes wild on social media










Some people have been making several comments about this picture that you'll see below:

The picture of a Nigerian referee badly beaten on the pitch


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This referee was badly beaten by a player on the pitch because they felt he was being unfair.