Dannial Ashley isn’t your typical thief. When the 31-year old was caught walking out of an East Naples, Florida supermarket with four steaks stuffed down his pants he also had two candles hidden on his person, suggesting he was trying to put together a romantic dinner on the cheap.
Ever wonder if some of those ‘X-Men‘ super powers can be duplicated in real life? Well, one little boy inadvertently figured out how to harness the power of Banshee, who can shatter glass with his super-sonic voice.
Ready for something scarier than your checking account balance? Folks who tried to make a withdrawal from this ATM machine got more than they bargained for in the form of a snake who lived in the device. As if the hidden charges most banks try to pull aren’t bad enough. Now we have to dodge snakes at the ATM? Back to hiding our cash under the mattress for us.
Actually, “Snakes in the ATM” would be a great Samuel L. Jackson movie. Watch a particularly scary ATM visit below.
One man risks serious injury to his groin and other delicate areas by jumping over a speeding minibike heading straight toward him. Perhaps the most notable thing about the video, however, is how silly his accomplice looks driving around on the tiny two-wheeler. Watch a potentially dangerous minibike stunt below.
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