Internet Vigilantism of the Day

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A 47-year-old British woman named Jacqueline Williams was arrested and charged with racially aggravated public order offense yesterday, only hours after the British Transportation Police issued a public appeal on YouTube to identify the female passenger who was seen hurling racist remarks at other train passengers in a recently upload video (shown left). It seems that the British law enforcement has taken a liking to crowd-sourced investigations, as yesterday's arrest marked the third case of racial abuse involving a viral transit fight video from this year.

YouTube Compilation of the Day

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A sequel to Wednesday's compilation, unleashed by YouTuber Tharpless.

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The Stunt that Will Make You Barf of the Day

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Chuck from the Bronx takes no shortcuts when it comes to answering the call of challenges. Like most bros, he's willing to show off his manly prowess by owning a collection of sleeveless Tapout shirts and eating raw onions with jelly, chocolate syrup, and tears as condiments. Masculine Tim Allen-esque grunts give way to watery eyes in this feel bad video.

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Online Documentary of the Day

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Online Documentary of the Day: YouTube has finally made its crowd-sourced documentary Life in a Day available for viewing on its website.

The ambitious Ridley Scott-produced, Kevin Macdonald-directed project features 90 minutes of footage whittled down from 4,500 hours sent in by thousands of people who answered the filmmakers' call to record their lives as it u