In a YouTube video José Carlos Cruz, a little boy is scared of getting his loose tooth pulled from his mouth. But the puller just smacks him in the head.
On Tuesday morning, anchor Richard Arnold of Good Morning Britain audibly farted during live broadcast. Co-anchors Ben Shephard and Susanna Reid couldn’t stop laughing.
During a soccer match between Argentina sides Belgrano and Quilmes, a dog wandered onto the pitch and was met by Quilmes’ Sebastián Romero and Jonathan Zacaría.
A Mormon missionary in a European city came across a Michael Jackson impersonator. The two had a dance off on the street.
This girl at a pool wants the perfect selfie to share with friends on social media. But the extent she goes to get that perfect pose is laughable to watch.
Corey doesn’t understand “The Price is Right.” When the contestant before him bids $755, Corey bids $7,000. Even host Drew Carey can’t believe Corey’s fail.
Jackson was parkouring in an industrial site when he leaps off a building, trying to land on a corrugated container. But he undershoots the jump and falls.
A girlfriend from Hong Kong visiting her boyfriend’s native Australia comes across an infamously large Australian spider for the first time. Watch what happens.
The South Sydney Rabbitohs is a rugby team in Australia who just won their first Grand Final in 43-years. A fan celebrated by flashing his penis on-air.
A man in residential Australia found two kangaroos boxing outside his home. He filmed the entire fight, and set it to Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker ballet music.
A crazy lady who is upset at a bicyclist for riding on the sidewalk throws a cup at him. An off-duty cop shows up and tries to defuse the situation.
The Teufelsrad, or Devil’s Wheel, is one of the oldest attractions at Oktoberfest beer festivals in Germany. Here is a video of girls riding one in Munich.
A father who showed his baby how to flex got a surprise when his young son couldn’t stop showing off his muscles in the mirror. Watch the video here.
Al-Iraqiyya TV aired a music video promo of its anti-ISIS satirical series The Superstitious State. It stars the devil, a Jewish woman, and ISIS’ Al-Baghdadi.
Most 90s kids could sing to you the Doug theme song. And creators Dan Sawyer and Fred Newman got together to do a live performance of the tune. Watch it here.