This is the moment a pair of daredevil skydivers set a new base jump world record by leaping 2,717 feet off the tallest building in the world. Veteran base jumpers Fred Fugen and Vince Reffet prepared for their record breaking leap from Dubai’s Burj Khalifa tower by spending time up a Swiss mountain to acclimatise to the altitude. The men are not the first to base jump from the top of the tower – which is roughly twice the height of New York’s Empire State Building – but they had a special platform built to add an extra 500 feet, enabling them to break the world record!
Road racing is always dangerous. Not only do you put your life in danger, but also of others on road. Time and again, we encounter mental videos on the internet where people show their racing skills on public roads. The footage after the jump is one such example. Watch it and leave your thoughts in our comment section. Shout out to Rafael Dantas for the submission.
“A guy that just came to my sponsored gym (Miami Fitness) said I was disrespecting him by grunting while lifting 150lb dumb bells so he called the police. The cops showed up in 5 minutes and saw that it was me and laughed. They said that they grunt when they workout and told the guy he needs to go to 24 hour fitness or Planet Fitness. Everything ended up fine and I finished my training session.” – Kali Muscle
There you are, watching “True Detective” when a pair of handcuffs comes out, as you turn in horror and realize your parents are sitting next to you. The room becomes deathly, uncomfortably silent as Woody Harrelson and Alexandra Daddario indulge in their various kinks, while you pray for the scene to end. Yes, watching sex scenes with your parents is hugely awkward, and odds are if you’re watching any of the hit HBO shows—”Game Of Thrones” and “Girls” particularly—the risk of nudity, groaning and lots of skin runs pretty high. But the cable network has a solution for you.
South Georgia Peanuts manager Wally Backman is ejected during a game in Anderson, SC.The events that led to Backman’s ejection: Outfielder Doc Brooks questions the location of a called strike. Later in the same at bat, the umpire calls a ball. Brooks asks the umpire the location of the pitch, words are exchanged. Brooks is ejected, Backman emerges from the dugout. Backman asks why his player was ejected, but the umpire refuses to answer him, saying “You can read it in my report.”
Machine Gun Kelly hit us with a new track in honor of his 24th birthday, and the Cleveland rapper has now delivered the action-packed visuals for the track. The song’s instrumental is from Awolnation’s massive hit, “Sail”. The visual follows MGK through a chaotic house and backyard, as he rides a boat through a swimming pool, pours out a big jug of liquor, and goes through various outfit changes throughout the duration of the clip. Check it out!