A Facebook user named Tara Renee took a photo of a Subway employee putting her bare feet on a food-prep counter in Ann Arbor, Mich., and now the restaurant chain and the health department are investigating.
Donald Simon, an autistic man from Staten Island, N.Y., went to a local Dunkin' Donuts and made a new friend in employee Bryan Lara.
"Enjoy one of the absolute best days of our lives," the mother wrote. "By the way, I'm crying, you're crying, everyone is crying."
The little toy is baked inside a king cake, per Mardi Gras tradition, but an ad featuring the miniatures was reportedly too risqué for Facebook.
Cell phone footage of the incident shows Rolesville High School principal Dhedra Lassiter jumping in to break up fighting students before she topples over.
Customers at a San Francisco McDonald's were not loving it when a reportedly homeless man entered the fast-food chain with a dead raccoon in tow.
The woman, who may appear able-bodied, has Parkinson's disease. The police are investigating since the culprit allegedly committed vandalism by scratching the hood of the car.
A Michigan girl used social media to alert her grandparents after her father and stepmother suffered apparent overdoses.
Burrito, rice, beans, chicken, metal nail, guac isn't a typical order -- and not just because of guacamole costing extra.
A woman went viral on Facebook after she was captured complaining to service dog trainers about not being allowed to pet the animals. She has since become known as "Service Dog Sally."
Abeyta got into her car and tracked down the woman, eventually exiting her vehicle to confront her, which she recorded on her phone. The alleged package thief took off running, but Abeyta was undeterred.
Curry Express owners Raj and Priyanka Singh shared hateful Facebook messages from a man named Richard Suttles, and now the internet is giving them love.
The letter was posted to the North Ridgeville Police Department's Facebook page, and the memorable message has gone viral.
Just like a match you met on Tinder, it seems that Akers attempted to ghost the police officers by not showing up for their planned meeting.
An ad for child care that demands that the babysitter be on call on 24-hour basis, have no tattoos and (ideally) support President Trump has led to online comments branding the parent who posted it as "delusional."
A mother who nursed both her children into toddlerhood says the judgment against long-term breastfeeding must stop.
The foam finger was a gift from his aunt and featured the signatures of a number of players.
Three hundred people attended the funeral of a U.S. Marine veteran when it was discovered he had no family.
Two neighbors in Texas are being attacked on Facebook for sharing a photo of them side by side, making the point that their relationship can transcend their personal politics. On Twitter, there was pushback: "Could you just laugh and agree to disagree with someone who believes you should be deported?" one critic wrote.
At an award ceremony at an elementary school in Charlotte, N.C., a mother photographed a little girl walking around holding a can of Bud Light as the girl's mother took pictures of her.
Many are frustrated by the school's lack of public condemnation, even during an active investigation.
The veteran later pointed out that having people take up handicapped-accessible parking spots is an issue he faces every day.
A photo of a young man with lung cancer is inspiring people on the internet to conquer their fitness goals — and to think twice before passing judgment.