Tourists in New York City are usually thrilled to visit the Empire Sate Building's observation deck on the 86th floor. But many people don't know that there's actually a secret balcony on the 103rd floor with a secret deck that's only opened to photographers and celebrities. Stars like Arianda Grande and Taylor Swift are just a few of the famous people that have the privilege of looking at New York City from the secret deck.
From Russia with love, these unique motorcycle helmets with cat ears are perfect for cat lovers. The helmets are made by Russian company Nitrinos motostudio and they go from $495 to $590. The ears are made of fiberglass so that they will easily break during an emergency and they don't generate much in the way of resistance. They may be silly, but these pictures are proof that the right girl can make them look sexy.
Spanish artist AnaHell is doing some pretty weird things with people's bodies. She's transforming their whole world by drawing simple faces on their backs. When the face is finished and the people get into place they look like creatures from another world.
Derek Rabelo's father always dreamed he would become a surfer but Derek was born blind due to glaucoma. When Derek found out about his father's dream he didn't let his disability stop him. He started surfing at the age of 17 and now at 23 he's a professional. Derek says that he learned to surf by listening to the waves. He says each wave makes a different sound and he uses the sounds to help him figure out where to go.
This photo of three family members recently went viral when Kaylan Mahomes, a high school student from Indianapolis posted it online. She said that she was hanging out with her mom and her twin, but the only problem was that no one could figure out which one was the mom and which one was the twin.
Roma gypsies have built an impressive village near an abandoned railway in Paris. They've taken used pieces of scrap and built homes for their friends and families. These type of communities are being met with controversy as they pop up more and more in countries such as France, Romania and Bulgaria.
Maggie is an Australian shepherd who had her puppies taken away before she was put up for adoption and moved into a kennel. Maggie eventually found a forever home but she was put in a kennel for one more night when her owners went away. Maggie heard crying puppies inside the kennel so she broke out of her cage to comfort them.
Workers at the Marin Room restaurant in San Diego recently encountered an unexpected guest. A sea lion pop made its way into the restaurant in search of some food. The sea lion was grossly underweight and also had some drainage coming from its left eye. They called in a rescue team from SeaWorld San Diego and the pup was then given the proper care it needed.
Over 155 years after it was patented, the Colin Pullinger & Sons’ Perpetual Mouse Trap is still catching mice at the University of Reading in the UK. It's like they say, if it isn't broken, don't fix it.