It takes a serious set of stones to openly mock LeBron James for being a crybaby when you're sitting four feet away from the demi-god of a man. An epic moment of awkwardness in every sense of the word.
"That LeBron is such a cryba.... whoops... I mean uhhh... LeBron's cool." pic.twitter.com/N6rQM1mOxq— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 25, 2015
Hungarian journalist Petra Laszlo has reportedly been fired after a video surfaced on social media of her appearing to trip a fleeing refugee carrying a child.
Freelance journalist Stephan Richter tweeted the video, which shows the incident, in the Hungarian border town of Röszke as dozens of Syrian refugees fled a nearby camp.
Laszlo was also allegedly captured on film kicking another refugee during the same incident.
A Facebook post from Laszlo's employer, N1TV, says that the station fired a cameraman. But the name of the employee was not given.
Reaction to the videos was swift on social media, with many people condemning her alleged actions.
It's people like #PetraLászló that make me loose faith in humanity.— Seifo (@seifo92) September 8, 2015
It’s not just animals who have a problem with our new obsession with drones and quadcopters.
Some drunk humans hate them too.
Last week a company based in California called Lucky 7 Drones was shooting instructional videos with a DJI Phantom 3 when a shirtless man walked over and quickly put an end to their production.
They were only flying it about 3-5 feet off the ground when he got irritated by it for some reason and swatted it out of the sky with his shirt like King Kong.
It flew into his leg before crashing down on the street, damaging the device.
It’s valued at $1350, and the company ended up filing a police report and writing about the incidenton their blog.
In California, vandalism of someone elses property over $900 is considered a FELONY! So the officers went to visit this gentleman and explained to him politely (which he did not respond to well) that they had the ability to arrest him on the spot for Felony Vandalism and that the local D.A. does prosecute those charges. They suggested he sober up and tomorrow (which would be today) he pay the necessary restitution to replace this item to avoid the criminal charges. As of Thursday afternoon, we have not heard from the gentleman.
A black and white American flag t-shirt spotted at a Pacific Sunwear in Alabama this weekend has a lot of people seeing red.
Rachel Zawacki-Kuss uploaded the above photo to Facebook on Saturday, with a message saying that she would never be shopping at the store again.
“Seeing the flag used that way was incredibly upsetting to me,” she wrote. “The display was in bad taste, it was disrespectful and insensitive to the sacrifices that have been made by so many service members.”
According to the U.S. Flag Code: “The flag should never be displayed with the union down, except as a signal of dire distress in instances of extreme danger to life or property.”
It sells for $23.95 online and is actually part of a line of clothing in collaboration with the A$AP Mob, a hip hop collective from New York.
But her post still struck a chord with lots of people online considering that it was Memorial Day weekend, a holiday intended to pay tribute to fallen men and women in the armed forces.
It has since been removed from that specific store in light of the complaints, according to the NY Daily News.
Just a few weeks ago, Under Armour was involved in a similar controversy, in which the clothing company was forced to apologize for selling an Iwo Jima basketball t-shirt.
PacSun’s Twitter account has been promoting some other American Flag themed designs for Memorial Day as well, including various shirts, shoes, bathing suits and tank tops.
So if you aren’t a fan of the flag shirt, they offer plenty of other options to show off your patriotism like these two.
There have been a lot of extremely angry people caught on camera doing crazy things lately. What is going on?
This guy didn’t like the way the man shooting the video was driving, so in a rather extreme display of road rage, he got out of his car to let him know how he feels.
He tells him he has a kid in his car and that he is not a fan of being video taped. Maybe he was just pissed that he was filming vertically, who knows.
“Is that all?” asks the man behind the camera.
No, that was not all. He then lets his fist do the talking.
There’s a chance it could be fake, as with anything on YouTube, but looks pretty real. Let’s add him to our list of folks who could use some anger management including Ferry Terminal Freakout Lady,McDonald’s McMeltdown Guy, Dollar Store Kid and the most recent Walmart Tax Worker Takedown.
This guy is definitely not "lovin' it."
A McDonald's employee in St. Paul, Minnnesota went on a rampage this past weekend, and the whole thing was captured on video by one of the customers.
He storms back and forth knocking down everything in sight, leaving quite a mess while everyone else in the store watches.
The scene is a bit like the kid who tore through a dollar store last year, but with a lot more screaming and profanity.
He had just been fired, according to the uploader, which triggered the McMeltdown.
This isn't exactly the McDonald's experience depicted in their new "Pay With Lovin'" campaign.