Market Square Tower in Texas has one of the coolest and most terrifying pools in history. It's called the "pool in the sky" and it's made of 20 cm thick plexiglass that hangs over the edge about the street. People who are brave enough can swim hundreds of feet above the ground and the tower has another pool on the fourth floor for people who are afraid of heights.
This 46-year-old man from Waycross, Georgia won the lottery two years ago, but things aren't going well for him right now. He's set to spend the next two decades in jail as he was found guilty of drug trafficking and weapons charges. The future once looked bright for Ronnie Music Jr. but now, not so much.
Installing a good looking floor in your home can become very costly, but this woman found and ingenious solution to her problem. She took ordinary paper, PVA glue, a bucket, a paint roller and some varnish, and she created a one of a kind floor that looks awesome.
Brittany S. Carter of Ohio has been indicted on first degree felony rape charges after she allegedly raped and robber a taxi driver at knife point. No one seems to know why she did it, but police believe it was a distraction so her partner in crime, who's still at large could steal money.
Fake muscles are becoming popular among older men in Britain. Beauty salons across the UK are taping off certain sections of the body so that it looks like there are more muscles when men get fake tans, and the trend is catching on.
Near the corner of Chanel boutique at Spring and Wooster streets in Soho there is a vacant lot with what appears to be a dumpster in it. But the truth is the dumpster isn't actually a dumpster at all, it's someone's home.
Joe McGrath was supposed to take a holiday in Mallorca with his 9 friends to celebrate his mate's 30th birthday, but he had to cancel. With the ticket already booked in his name, his friends found another Joe McGrath, a total stranger and brought him along for the ride.
A young medical resident was caught sleeping in a hospital in Monterrey, Mexico, around 3 a.m. and an internet blogger attacked her for not doing her job. That's when the hashtag #YoTambienMeDormi (“I've also fallen asleep” in Spanish) started picking up steam as fellow doctors showed their support.