A man shocked onlookers when he pushed a woman onto train tracks at a station in Hong Kong, causing her to fall and hit her head. The harrowing CCTV footage shows him strolling past a woman in a hi-viz vest before knocking her onto the tracks. After falling, she looks up at her attacker. The 59-year-old unnamed cleaner was shoved onto the rails by a man who then slowly walks away from the scene. According to the South China Morning Post, she had been on platform No 5 at the Yuen Long terminal for the Light Rail’s 761P route at about 10.30am. She waved to an acquaintance before being shoved onto the tracks. No train was passing at the time, but the terrifying possibility clearly resonated with social media users, who have shared the video thousands of times. According to the South China Morning Post, the man was arrested on suspicion of assault. A spokeswoman told the newspaper: “The woman suffered injuries to her jaw and was sent to Pok Oi Hospital for treatment.” It is understood the alleged assailant has a Hong Kong identity card. Officers are now searching for a motive.
Parents in a certain Georgia community might now be a little nervous for back-to-school season. On Monday morning, East Paulding Middle School's sign welcomed the return of students with one glaring error: "We Are Glad You Are Hear." After area resident Michael Graham drove past the sign, he snapped a photo and shared it on local News Radio 106.7's Facebook page. It's since been passed around across the nation, and it's serving as the ultimate lesson in proofreading . . . and that spellcheck can't always save you. Hear, hear!
An undercover Muslim FBI operative opened up in an interview on Sunday about his experience working in terror cells in an effort to relay information to the bureau, saying he is "appalled" by the "animals" working to attack the U.S. "We're not at war with Islam. We’re at war with radicals. I am a Muslim. I am an American. And I've been serving my country for 22 years and counting. And I am appalled at what these animals are doing to my country while desecrating my religion," Tamer Elnoury, which is one of operative's aliases, told CBS's Scott Pelley on "60 Minutes." Elnoury went on to talk about his work infiltrating cells in the U.S., one of which involved targeting Tunisian Chiheb Esseghaier,
Hopefully by now we all know you should never show up to dinner at a friend’s house empty handed (if you do, kudos to your parents for raising you well). And we’ve got to admit that we’ve gotten pretty stuck in a routine with the gift we give always our hostess: wine. Yes it’s a classic choice, but if you’re wanting to think outside the box for the next get-together you attend in someone’s home, we’ve rounded up a few options that are arguably just as good as a bottle of vino. From cozy and pampering goodies to culinary treats, these gifts are guaranteed to make any hostess’ casa just a little more lovely.
In an interview with CNN on Sunday, actor Tom Hanks criticized a comment allegedly made by President Donald Trump to the widow of a U.S. soldier killed in Niger. During a phone call, the president reportedly told the wife of Army Sergeant La David Johnson that her husband “knew what he signed up for." It was a move that has been widely panned. Democratic Representative Frederica Wilson of Florida, who was in the car with Johnson’s widow when Trump called her, made the president's comments known, although he denied her version of events.
While Cassius Marsh's block was the highlight, it was a strong night overall for New England's special teams units.
Oct 23, 2017
Shining your inner light seems so natural today that you might wonder why its ever a struggle. The Sun strides into your 1st House of Self, illuminating your soul from the inside out. You cant help bu...