And the laziest pet owner of the year award goes to this guy.
A man was spotted this week “walking” his dog around a parking lot in Dubai, the only problem was that he never got out of his car.
Local artist Jim Wheat spotted the scene and took a photo, saying he initially thought the dog was a bear because it was so big.
“It was like a dog on a treadmill,” he said.
They duo did 5 laps around the lot at about 3 mph before driving away.
A wall of a Morton Salt storage facility in Chicago collapsed Tuesday, spilling mountains of salt onto cars in the nearby Acura dealership.
The roof bear of the building near where the accident occurred bears the Salt company's motto: "When it Rains it Pours."
The only thing that could have made this more perfect would have been if there was a pretzel factory next door instead of a car lot.
A Pennsylvania man is terrorizing his neighbors with his unusual holiday decorations, which includes a beheaded choir, a hanging Mickey Mouse and a urinating Santa Claus.
"There was a Virgin Mary here, and he placed a knife through her head, right there on the edge of our driveway," said one woman "I thought it was a terroristic threat."
The owner of the home, Bill Ansell, leaves the decorations up all year. He once had one of the best decorated homes on the block, but a complaint from one of his neighbors about bright lights turned into an all out war that has gone on for the past 6 years, according to 20/20.
The neighbors say they feel trapped, and despite being fined numerous times, he has yet to clean up his yard.
Here's a report on Ansell from a few years ago via KDKA-TV:
Cyclist Silas Patlove was riding towards Sausalito in California last week, when a deer jumped over the guardrail knocking him to the ground.
The entire thing was captured on video through his onboard Fly6 camera, which he uploaded to YouTube.
He says he suffered only minor injuries thanks to his helmet.
"Although I had a mild concussion with a bit of memory loss around the event, I am very grateful to have escaped feeling only a little banged up," he wrote. "I cannot speak to the deer's injuries."