Coachella music festival attendees started to notice that their cellphones had gone missing so they used the find-my-phone app to track them down. They all found the same pickpocket and when authorities arrived they discovered that he had managed to steal 100 phones at the festival.
Photo agencies store billions of photos, millions of which get used often. But journalist Bryan McMullen found a collection of photos that no one has ever used, and they're being purchased for the very first time.
After the Season 3 premiere of cult phenomenon Rick and Morty aired on Adult Swim's website a very expensive packet of McDonald's Mulan Szechuan Dipping Sauce went up on eBay. The listing has since been pulled, but it was created by a user going by the name of definitelynotdanharmon, which has led fans to believe that "Rick and Morty" creator Dan Harmon may have very well been the one who put the listing up.
Wayne Skiveton is a 29 year old man who was born in Germany, and he's also a single father. Right before he turned 21 he got an offer to join Cirque du Soleil and now he performs acrobatic workouts with his son that have become quite popular on Instagram.
When American tourist Tom Sponheim bought an envelope of photo negatives from a flea market in Barcelona back in 2001 he didn't think much of it. But he later discovered that the photos are stunning. The work has been credited to late photographer Milagros Caturla, and the photos will be on display at Barcelona’s Revela-T photography festival in May.
Photographer Amol Jadhav took photos of families and used blank space to create the shapes of animals. The optical illusions are part of a campaign launched by an animal shelter in India which encourages people to fill in the blank space and adopt animals that need homes.
In the city of Pearland, TX, a few officers went out of their way to protect a turtledove. After they found the bird nestled on a SUV, they temporarily disabled the vehicle for a month and a half until her chicks hatched and learned to fly.