An apprentice at a Texas salon filmed a touching scene of a husband taking a crash-course in hair styling because his wife no longer had the fine motor skills after suffering a stroke, the Houston Chronicle reported. Raigen Kelley, 19, an apprentice at the Foundry Salon in New Braunfels, Texas, posted the video on her Facebook page. “Proof that true love really exists," she wrote. "From products, to the way you hold the brush and dryer…truly one of the best things I have been able to witness in my life.” The man appeared in the video to be attentive to the stylist's instructions. The woman, identified by Babble only as Theresa, suffered the stroke 18 years ago. Theresa has been married to Andrew
Police said Henly drove about a half mile with the woman on her car before stopping. When the car finally stopped, Henly and an unidentified passenger allegedly assaulted the worker. The woman was taken to a hospital and released. On Monday, Henly appeared in court on a reckless endangerment charge. “The victim stood on the back of the vehicle in an attempt to keep the suspect from leaving and was bumped with the vehicle multiple times,” Jackson City Court Judge Blake Anderson read from an affidavit. “The suspect drove across the parking lot into the street,” Anderson added. Henly is currently free on $15,000 bond.
The hate-spewing New York lawyer caught on video berating Spanish-speaking restaurant workers has denied that he is racist. Aaron Schlossberg issued an apology on Twitter on Tuesday - a week after footage of him went viral when he demanded the women speak English because 'This is America!'. The attorney insisted in his apology that he was not racist, despite threatening in the video that he would report the Spanish speakers to immigration officers. 'To the people I insulted, I apologize,' Schlossberg said. Scroll down for video Aaron Schlossberg, the hate-spewing New York lawyer caught on video last week berating Spanish-speaking restaurant workers, has denied that he is racist 'Seeing myself
LITCHFIELD, Ill. (KMOV/Meredith) - Not having a motor vehicle wasn't going to stop this man from getting his Taco Bell. Video, taken by Reagen W. from Litchfield, IL and obtained by KMOV.COM has now gone viral after national media outlets started sharing it. The viral video shows a man guiding his horse-drawn cart through the Taco Bell drive-thru. When he pulls up, you can hear the man say, "I need a can of chew and I'm hungry."
An Ontario man who shot a viral video of two lynx shrieking in each other's faces says he's no stranger to the animals, but was shocked by what he saw. Ed Trist says he was with his daughter and girlfriend near Avery Lake in northern Ontario, east of Kenora, on Friday evening when they came upon the lynx sitting on the road. He says lynx are usually skittish, and don't tend to hang around humans. So when he saw that the animals, which are normally quite solitary, were together and didn't run away at the sight of him, he pulled out his phone. His video and another shot by his girlfriend — which show two large cats staring each other in the face and shrieking — have together amassed 12 million
If there's one name on the ballot considered a shoo-in for the next NASCAR Hall of Fame class, it belongs to four-time Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Jeff Gordon, who occupies the third rung on the all-time victory list with 93. Gordon is taking nothing for granted with respect the upcoming vote on Wednesday. In fact, he's trying to keep the possibility of Hall of Fame election in the back of his mind. “On the one hand, I'm excited,” Gordon said during a Friday press conference at Charlotte Motor Speedway to unveil the throwback rainbow paint scheme on the car William Byron will drive later this season at Darlington. “On the other hand, I'm too young to be in a Hall of Fame or have
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - Huntsville police officials say they know about a viral video that shows a controversial arrest on Saturday night. Viewers have shared the video with WAFF 48 dozens of times since it was posted in the overnight hours Sunday morning. The 43-second clip was recorded from a car and shows a man being restrained by two Huntsville police officers in a street. One of the officers appears to strike the man several times. WAFF 48 reached out to Huntsville police for more information. Sgt. Jonathan Ware told us "We are aware of the video and will be reviewing the incident." The original video has been shared and watched thousands of times. The person who filmed it says it happened
PETALING JAYA: A viral video of a preacher allegedly making racial comments is not Education Minister-designate Dr Maszlee Malik. The video, which is also being circulated on messaging service WhatsApp, has urged the public to forward to as many people as possible before Dr Maszlee is sworn in as the Education Minister on Monday (May 21). The preacher has been identified as Datuk Mohd Kazim Elias. DAP stalwart Lim Kit Siang in his blog Sunday said the public should check the veracity of messages and video clips before they circulate them on social media. Dr Maszlee was named by Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad as the Education Minister. However, Dr Maszlee's appointment has sparked debates
An apparent dispute between a merchant and customer turned dangerous Saturday in Jackson, and it was caught on social media video. Separate Facebook accounts, Sedona Carlon and Janet Young Savley, each have cell phone videos that show different angles of an incident that appears to have occurred just outside an unidentified nail salon in the vicinity of the Wiley Parker Road and Carriage House Drive intersection. A worker is standing behind a parked vehicle, appearing to block the car in. Conversation heard in the video indicates the worker is accusing the customer of not paying for work rendered, and the customer disagrees and plans to exit the premises. As the car backs out, the worker jumps
A YouTube video shows a toy which lights up and says “brainstorm”, but many have said if you think of the words “green needle” as you watch you can hear that instead – listen to this a few times and try it out. The intriguing clip was taken from a YouTube video from 2014 by DosmRider, a reviewer of collectables, but was shared on Reddit before exploding and going viral across social media platforms. DosmRider said: “The toy is supposed to say Brainstorm, It's the character's name in the show Ben 10 Alien Force and the name is used in all the merchandise and the show. “I first saw (the clip) was being used when it was brought to my attention by some of my followers on Twitter. GETTY "I was pretty
In the backdrop of the carcass meat racket, a photograph of a Salt Lake-based biriyani shop selling bananas has gone viral. But the picture does not tell the true story and the biriyani shop owners, who are receiving hundreds of calls a day from people poking fun at the incident, are, well, going bananas. The picture shows the facade of a Haji Biriyani outlet in RA Block. This is in Sukantanagar, near Chingrihata. But instead of biryani handis being laid out, a lungi-clad man sits on the ground outside, selling fruits and vegetables. Bananas hang from the top, gourds lean against the wall and more fruits are seen stored inside the shop. The picture tends to imply that after the carcass meat scandal