The Japanese people fell in love with Brazil's Miss Bum-Bum competition so they decided to make their own. This year the victory went to Takano Yumi, but the finalists had some impressive assets as well.
Built in 1883, the Magistrates' Court of Royston, UK, has now been turned into an interested home for $1 million. The home has four bedrooms, a two room cellar and it even comes with three former cells for criminals which have been turned into an office, a gym and a utility room.
Every year in the tiny town of San Juan de la Vega in Mexico a firecracker festival takes place. The local residents recreate a four hundred year battle using sledgehammers and homemade firecrackers and there are a lot of explosions at the event.
Reddit user Steec is a master of photoshop and he's been posting some incredible photos of his kid online. Steec likes to photoshop his kid into mildly dangerous situations in order to get a rise out of people and it seems to be working.
Private aerospace company Blue Origin recently showed off the first render of their New Shepard capsule. The ship is ready to take people into orbit in 2018, and it will only take a few minutes to get there.
Trbovlje Chimney is the tallest chimney in Europe and it sits at an altitude of 360 meters. Trbovlje became the largest mining community in Slovenia and in 1904 the first coal fired power plant was built in the area.
Luo Heng is a Chinese surgeon who has incredible stamina. Luo was able to get through 28 straight hours of surgery, but after the procedure was finishing he ended up falling asleep on the floor as people called him a hero.
Brazilian psychology student Bruno Borges seemed to be ok when he left home to work on a secret project last week, but he hasn't been seen since. After he went missing, his concerned relatives managed to access his locked room and they found disturbing text and paintings inside. They found 14 encrypted books and a statue of Giordano Bruno, the match who first predicted the existence of extraterrestrial life in the 16th century.
In the winter of 1944, Jewish photographer Henryk Ross buried a box of pictures in the ground in order to hide them from Nazis. Eventually the photos were recovered, and they told a heartbreaking story.