Questions: Would it have killed him to wait for the train to pass? Why is he under a train in the first place?
(Heads up -- video is extremely graphic.)
The latest hobby among bored teens in Saudi Arabia -- where strict Muslim customs limit their opportunities to really let loose -- is drifting, and it's all fun and games until someone loses a limb. Or their life:
[It's] the "sport" of accelerating like you're trying to break the light barrier and then slamming on the brakes. Doing so creates two possible outcomes: 1) having the vehicle slide around like a crazy-cool doodlebug while the tires ferociously screech and smoke, or 2) prompting a massive car wreck that maims or kills everyone involved, often in the most gruesome way possible.
Obviously, the latter scenario is captured in this video, filmed in Riyadh on May 25. The 2012 Camry was going 125 mph when it flipped; all four occupants died instantly.
Everybody Needs A Hobby of the Day: Meet Chris May, a 16-year-old from Darlington, County Durham, who possesses what is quite possibly the world's lamest superpower: He can hold 16 mugs at once using only one hand.
May says he stumbled upon this hidden talent one day while removing the dishes from the dishwasher.
"I started hanging mugs off my