Shocking X-ray images reveal that most name brand products that come in bags contain 49 percent air. For years consumers have been complaining about how much money they've been paying for half a bag of air, but these images reveal that it's even worse than people thought.
Jeremy Clarkson showed fans how to smuggle migrants in a Audi TT on The Grand Tour recently and people were not happy about it. He joked that he was going to show everyone a great way to get immigrants into Britain, and now he's getting blasted by charities around the world.
The driver of this £260,000 Lamborghini Aventador SV must be very wealthy, because after this car was damaged he simply abandoned it. Witnesses say the driver was a young Asian man, and the damage was caused while he was racing another motorist. Witnesses also reported that the man didn't seem to be bothered by the damage at all.
This Afghan boy named Murtaza Ahmadi became an internet sensation earlier this year when a photo of his homemade Lionel Messi jersey started making the rounds online. Finally the boy got to meet his hero in Doha, Qatar, and Messi gave him and official jersey, and he even autographed it for him.
Christmas season is here, and everybody likes to celebrate in their own special way. If you're one of those people who likes to spend their time getting in touch with nature, then Lapland, Finland is the place you need to visit this year.
Photographer Adam Hinton recently released a new book featuring intimate portraits of members of the MS -13 gang. These gang members were once riding high due to a life of crime, but now they spend their days in one of Central America's most dangerous prisons.
In the Chinese city of Zhengzhou a lovestruck college student tried to confess his feelings for the special person in his life by making a giant heart out of candles and petals. It was a sweet gesture, but it also turned out to be quite dangerous.
Melissa Doubleday was driving past Muriwai Beach near Auckland when she noticed something very strange. She saw a large shaggy object that was covered in barnacles. She posted the photo to Facebook and asked people if they knew what it was, and it's believed that the object is a large piece of driftwood.
This little female aardvark named Gertie was abandoned, and she ended up at a shelter for animals in Namibia She was very weak, but after Gertie was adopted her life and her health started to turn around.