Josie Lim and her family were walking along a beach near Hobart when they spotted the unusual-looking creature and snapped a photo, the Sydney Morning Herald reports. The photo just boggles the mind. Looks like a huge amount of snot.
"Hide and Seek" has always been thought of by most as a rather simple, innocent game. After all, it's for children, right? Well, a man in Australia decided to throw its innocence out the window and play the game naked. After deciding that a top-loading washing machine was a good hiding spot, he ended up getting stuck. Once emergency crews arrived, they ended up using olive oil to slip him out of his tiny prison.
One valuable lesson can be learned from this: if you get stuck naked in a washing machine, use olive oil before you call the fire department.
Julia Gillard, the Australian prime minister whose parliamentary speech against misogyny made her a viral video star earlier in October, returns to YouTube with a faux national address in which she affirms the Mayan doomsday prophecy. Just to be clear, this video was created as a promotional clip for the Australian radio station Triple J.
The latest public safety campaign video from Australia's Melbourne Metro Trains hypothesizes some of the strangest ways a person could die. Music credit: "Dumb Ways to Die" by Tangerine Kitty.
PSA of the Day is a feature series presenting a variety of notable public service announcements and cautionary messages.