A famous Chinese "rooftopping" enthusiast has unwittingly filmed his own death as he fell from a 62-story skyscraper during one of his trademark daredevil stunts. Wu Yongning, 26, was performing pull-ups at the summit of the Huayuan Hua Center, one of the tallest buildings in Changsha, in central China, when he lost his grip and fell. Wu had amassed thousands of followers on Weibo, a popular Chinese social media site, after posting dramatic short videos showing himself perched atop tall buildings without the use of safety equipment.
A daredevil plummeted to his death during a risky stunt near the top of a 62-story building in China, according to new reports. Wu Yongning, 26, who called himself “China’s First Rooftopper,” plunged from the Huayuan International Centre in Changsha, the capital of Hunan province in central China, on Nov. 8, AsiaWire reported. A month later, Yongning’s girlfriend and family members confirmed his death. A viral video clip, which racked up more than 15 million views on Chinese social media, shows Yongning - who had already reached the roof of the skyscraper - lowering himself over the edge of the building to do a pull-up stunt. But when he tried to hoist himself back up, he struggled for a few
The administrator of a GoFundMe drive that has collected nearly $60,000 for bullied child-turned-viral sensation Keaton Jones has halted the drive after Jones’ mother, Kimberly Jones, was accused of racism.
Carson Wentz was caught on tape giving Lane Johnson crap after last night's game.
The example Sanders cited -- when prompted to back up her outrageous claim -- was that of Brian Ross' reporting on ABC. "I think that was pretty misleading to the American people, and I think that it's very telling that that individual had to be suspended because of that reporting," said Sanders. "I think that shows that the network took it seriously and recognized that it was a problem." As a reminder, Ross reported, citing a single source, that former national security adviser Michael Flynn was prepared to testify to special counsel Robert Mueller that then-candidate Donald Trump had directed him to reach out to the Russians. Ross corrected his reporting the same day, noting that his source
A salvage diver in South Africa came extremely close to having his head bitten off by a massive great white shark, if the incredible video footage is to be believed, and at least one shark expert has no reason not to believe it. The video was first shared by Dennis Dempsey on the SA Spearfishing Facebook page but has since been taken down. Youngbloods, an Australian ocean adventure group, also posted the footage, as did Ocean Imaging Action, but with very few details, as reported by WA Today and the Mirror: The son of the salvage diver shot video purported to show a great white shark coming out of nowhere and surprising the diver. The shark, with its mouth slightly opened, head-butts the diver
Summary: A build up of urea in the brain to toxic levels may cause brain damage, eventually leading to dementia, a new study reports. Source: University of Manchester. An international team of scientists have confirmed the discovery of a major cause of dementia, with important implications for possible treatment and diagnosis. Professor Garth Cooper from The University of Manchester, who leads the Manchester team, says the build-up of urea in the brain to toxic levels can cause brain damage - and eventually dementia. The work follows on from Professor Cooper’s earlier studies, which identified metabolic linkages between Huntington’s, other neurodegenerative diseases and type-2 diabetes. The team