Those who have watched Breaking Bad religiously would like to think of themselves that they are well-informed about the dangers of crystal meth. Ryan Harder had been a drug user since the age of 14, but started using meth when he was 18. During the grip of his drug use, Ryan racked up five arrests and two convictions. He has now been clean since April 2015. His transformation is incredible. Ryan had posted his story on Reddit and it has since gone viral. Image Source: Screenshot/Ryan Harder/2016.
A diver uses a metal trap to capture a 3ft bobbit worm hiding beneath the ocean floor. The worm was pulled from its sandy lair by a device similar to a mousetrap, and is commonly found off the coast of Indonesia.
Bobbit worms are ambush predators who have been known to eat fish and coral. The video quickly went viral and since gathered more than 100,000 views. The clip of the worm was shared on YouTube by a poster called Trapula who claims that he caught the worm to use as bait for his fishing needs. Image Source: Screenshot/Trapula/2016.
The Kolcraft baby products company has created a giant version of its Contours Bliss stroller that is big enough for parents to try out. The giant stroller was built to give parents a better idea of what their children experience. This “mega” stroller is more than twice the size of the normal one, measuring 7 feet long, 6 inches high, 6 feet deep and 4 feet wide. Image Source: Screenshot/CONTOURSBABY.COM/2016.
Slovenian mountain biker Primoz Ravnik did the unthinkable and drove down, head-on, a near vertical 200ft high dam. The video went viral immediately and it shows the mountain biker drive down the vertical wall before multiple cameras capture the moment his bike slams into the water. The incredible footage of the stunt has since been watched more than 9 million times.
The video was filmed for the GoPro’s Line of the world contest, which offers a $20,000 (£13,000) grand prize to the contestant who submits the video which is in their words: “Stunning, technical, or just plain rad raw.” Image Source: Screenshot/Youtube/2016
Youtuber Tan Nguyen found a bird’s nest in his front yard and decided to set up his Gopro. The idea was to see the eggs hatch and watch them being raised by their mother. Unfortunately, mother nature is unpredictable and something completely unexpected happened. Watch the video below. Image Source: Screenshot/Youtube/2016
21-year-old chemical engineering student Christine Jiaxin Lee, from Malaysia, wrongly received $4.6 million from her bank. The Westpac bank mistakenly transferred the amount into her bank account as an overdraft four years ago. It didn’t take long for the student to notice and Lee allegedly spent £1.7 million in less than a year. She bought dozens of expensive designer handbags and made countless cash transfers.
The responsible police fraud unit had started their investigation into the withdrawal of the money in 2012, but only issued the arrest warrant on March 4 of this year. According to Lee’s Lawyer the police currently struggle to prove that the spending of the money was illegal. The reason for this is that she was given the money and had not taken the money from anyone. The student was arrested by the Australian Federal Police at Sydney Airport last Wednesday and will appear in court on the 21 June 2016. Image Source: Screenshot/Facebook/2016