• McDonald's worker puts everyone off ice cream with 'disgusting' photos  

    A former McDonald’s worker has turned the stomach of fast food fans by sharing ‘disgusting’ photos from inside a mouldy ice cream maker. Teenager Nick, who did not disclose his surname, shared the photos on Twitter, claiming: “This came out of McDonald's ice cream machine in case y'all were wondering…” This came out of McDonald's ice cream machine in case y'all were wondering... pic.twitter.com/DTXXpzE7Ce- nick (@phuckyounick) July 14, 2017 This is the side of the ice cream machine! It's not from a grease trap pic.twitter.com/nMpnFxAvZ4- nick (@phuckyounick) July 17, 2017 The 18-year-old says he worked at a McDonald’s outlet in Louisiana for five months, telling BuzzFeed he posted the photos to let people know “how disgusting the conditions are”. Nick claims he lost his job shortly after posting the photos “exposing McDonald's”, but tweeted that he already had another one lined up when he decided to post them online. Since I'm exposing McDonald's I might as well show y'all what y'all really eating... fresh out the freezer. pic.twitter.com/KZ7Ao1kWsR- nick (@phuckyounick) July 18, 2017 Nice and dirty... pic.twitter.com/vjxuVLJpgF- nick (@phuckyounick) July 18, 2017 McDonald’s said in a statement the equipment seen in the photos does not come into contact with any food. “We are committed to running great restaurants that provide our customers with high quality food, service and a clean environment,” a spokesperson said. “This is a part of our soft serve equipment that does not come into contact with any food and is required to undergo regular and timely cleaning.”  Extraordinary floating McDonald’s restaurant left abandoned for 30 years How Twitter reacted  How does your tweet about ONE franchise of McDonald's justifies all McDonald's?? pic.twitter.com/64ryGc8mG7- Girinator (@amiegirin) July 18, 2017 Thanks for ruining my day, I just had an ice cream cone from them ����‍♀️ pic.twitter.com/s7OcTdzxt4- هانا �� (@h_annaah_) July 16, 2017 Meanwhile at Wendy's...�� pic.twitter.com/2Djg3WSeSi- imari✨ (@_esstco) July 16, 2017 The employees telling us the machine is down pic.twitter.com/kLpivUpD4c- Covfefí Champu (@CuddleSweet) July 16, 2017 pic.twitter.com/O08LuxKapY- Trust in Hue (@dawg_pound69) July 17, 2017 Revealed: The real reason McDonald's hamburgers ‘never rot’ mcdonalds secret menu  

  • Police defend cop after video of confrontation with black man goes viral

    DALLAS -- A police supervisor in Texas is defending the actions of a constable who was in a confrontation last week with a young man. Millions have seen the cellphone video, and some believe the constable crossed the line. The cellphone video captures a moment when a Harris County constable stopped 20-year-old Marlin Gipson as he and his brothers were passing out business cards for his lawn service last week. "I'm kind of busy, I'm trying to make money," Gipson can be heard saying in the video. The officer then says, "Yeah, but when I saw you, you were going from door to door." Gipson did not have an ID card on him when asked by the officer. Then, the situation got tense, after Gipson asked the

  • We Used To Hate This ’90s Dress Trend But Now We Love It

    The slip dress may be the biggest dress revival to come out of the ’90s (for good reason, as it’s incredibly versatile and super-easy to wear), but another style from the earlier part of the decade is having a moment: button-front dresses. You know what we’re talking about. You probably wore one in a family photo or teamed one with combat boots during your grunge phase. It was likely a floral print, and you may or may not cringe at the sight of it now. Same. But new versions of the dress are flooding the market, making us see the once-outdated style with fresh, enthusiastic eyes. Cut in a range of silhouettes that include flippy minis and maxi lengths to precious sleeves and simple tank straps, the only really nostalgic part of this look is the button detailing. Go ahead and throw it on with a fuss-free sandal and cute straw bag and you’ll be ready to roll (just don’t pair it with Dr. Martens and a straw hat à la Blossom). Here, shop our edit of current styles for every budget. Homepage Photo: Getty Images

  • Malignaggi not wow’d by McGregor’s power: It’s not ‘Oh my God’ power

    As Conor McGregor gears up to fight Floyd Mayweather Jr. in the biggest fight of his life on Aug. 26, the media continues to hype the Irishman’s knockout power as the best tool he has at his disposal. The UFC’s first ever simultaneous two-division champion has won almost all of his fights via KO/TKO, finishing most opponents with his vaunted left hand, but boxing sensation Pauli Malignaggi, who has been brought in to spar with McGregor in the lead-up to the Mayweather bout, says ‘The Notorious’s’ power is overrated. “This is what I call ‘Oh my God’ power, even in sparring, and you’re like ‘Oh my God,’ like wow, this guy really hits hard. Although Malignaggi wasn’t wow’d by McGregor’s power, the former two-time boxing world champ believes it’s ‘good enough’ to pose problems for Mayweather.

  • Beyoncé and JAY-Z Are At War With Neighbors Brooke Burke-Charvet and David Charvet (EXCLUSIVE)

    New house, new problems! JAY-Z, 47, and Beyoncé, 35, are renting a $400,000-a-month home next to a property that is being developed by longtime Malibu residents David Charvet and Brooke Burke-Charvet. And a source tells In Touch magazine that “all hell is breaking out” between the neighbors.   “Beyoncé and Jay keep complaining about noise. The cops were even called a few times, halting construction,” the source tells In Touch.   EXCLUSIVE: JAY-Z and Kanye West “Will Never Speak Again” “Bey and Jay even complained about the taco truck that pulls up for the workers’ lunch!” the source adds.   The former Dancing With the Stars co-host and her Baywatch alum hubby, both 45, are known for being easygoing,

  • Walmart cashier’s act of kindness leaves foster parent in tears

    It was late on a Friday night and Nicholas Tate was nearing the end of his shift at Walmart when the line at his checkout counter started grow. The 20-year-old cashier from Newcastle, Oklahoma, patiently waited as each customer placed their items on the conveyor belt. A woman surrounded by three children apologized as she stepped up to the counter. "Is it one of those days?" Tate asked, smiling as kids bounced around behind her. The woman explained she was fostering a baby and had to use WIC, part of a federal program that provides assistance for low-income families with children, to pay for some of the items. She had set up WIC earlier that day, and had never used it before. "She had a good