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There's a reason goliath groupers are called the garbage disposals of the sea - they eat everything in sight, including sharks apparently. A group of fishermen were able to witness a 500-pound grouper's "rare" meal during a fishing trip off the coast of Everglades City, Florida, last week. Captain Jimmy Wheeler with Everglades Fishing Company watched as someone in his group caught a 3-foot shark. As the fisherman started reeling the creature in, a large shadow appeared. Wheeler instantly knew what was going to happen next. "Watch this. You guys are going to freak out," Wheeler warned. "He just sucked it in. I don't remember ever seeing anything this crazy." - Michelle Wheeler Suddenly, an open-mouthed
U.S. New York Post
A sick family raped children during a 30-year campaign of abuse branded the “worst ever case of its kind” by a judge. Twisted Antony Potts and three members of his family carried out a string of child abuse offenses over the course of three decades. The 49-year-old was described as a “deeply depraved man” as he was jailed for life at Birmingham Crown Court. He was convicted of 13 counts of rape, three counts of sexual assault and nine counts of inciting a child to perform a sexual act and cruelty. Antony was joined in the docket by his dad Keith Potts, who was caged for eight years alongside his wife Julie, both for child cruelty. Antony’s wife Elaine and family friend Joanne Hoye were also both
World The Independent
Brazilian plastic surgeon 'Dr Bumbum' on the run after patient dies following failed bottom enhancement
A celebrity plastic surgeon known as Dr Bumbum has gone on the run in Brazil after a woman died following a procedure to enlarge her bottom. Denis Furtado, 45, is believed to have given acrylic glass filler injections to Lilian Calixto, 46, at his home in Rio de Janeiro. Police launched a manhunt after Dr Furtado disappeared following the patient’s death.
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Employee given CEO's personal car after leaving at midnight to walk 20 miles to his first day at work
Even though Walter Carr's vehicle broke down the night before his first day on the job, he was determined to show his dedication.
U.S. CBS News
A small plane carrying passengers on a luxury air safari crashed outside Pretoria, South Africa last week, killing two people and gravely wounding two pilots, the aviation website AIRLIVE reported. One passenger captured the crash on his cell phone in a harrowing video that surfaced Wednesday. In the video, the passenger is pointing his phone out a window of the plane. Smoke can be seen billowing from the left wing as a man says, "It's getting bad. This is getting very bad." Fire can then be seen under the bottom of the wing, and the flames grow. As the plane begins descending towards the ground, it appears that the pilots cut the engines. The plane is still travelling at speed, and no landing
Half the gold will be returned to the Russian government.
Maybe Melania Trump sees something in Vladimir Putin that her husband has yet to grasp because the U.S. president is, as critics say, besotted by the Russian leader’s steely, autocrat’s persona. A video has emerged showing the first lady’s face after shaking Putin’s hand during his summit in Helsinki Monday with President Donald Trump. The video has gone viral with some tabloids and people on social media saying the first lady betrays a look of horror. The video emerged Tuesday as Trump was back in Washington D.C., trying to backtrack on a bombshell comment he made during the leaders’ joint press conference after their meeting, the New York Times reported. Trump sided with Putin’s denial about Russia interfering in the 2016 election, saying to reporters, “I don’t see any reason why it would be (Russia)” that meddled.