The video, purportedly shot in Paddington, London, shows a group of customers demanding their money back after making the foul discovery. A man filming says: ‘That’s a mouse. That is a live mouse. Can I have my money back please?’ Burger King has yet to comment.
A fisherman in Italy has caught a giant cannibalistic fish weighing in at a hefty 120kg. Dino Ferrari hooked the Wels catfish, measuring 2.7m in length, last week in the Po Delta in northern Italy. It’s so huge it could be the biggest catfish ever caught with a rod and reel. Wels catfish can grow as long as 4m and weigh up to 390kg, although it is extremely rare to catch one over two metres long. They are known to even eat pigeons who have strayed too close, and can live up to 80 years old.
A teenage boy has described in graphic detail the moment a five-metre great white shark mauled his friend to death, and how he managed to miraculously escape. It was a spear gun which ultimately saved the life of Matt Pullella. He had been spearfishing with 17-year-old friend Jay Muscat at Cheynes Beach near Albany, Western Australia, when the pair was set upon from behind by a monster-sized shark.
During a moment that would have made famed marlin hunter Ernest Hemingway jealous, a Brooklyn teenager hauled in the year’s biggest blue marlin off the coast of Kona, Hawaii. The fish 16-year-old Kai Rizzuto caught weighs 1,058lbs and measures 11 feet from tip to tail. Rizzuto said: ‘I’ll tell you it was the hardest 30 minutes I’ve ever fought a fish. ‘When I saw that fish at the end of line I was just thinking, don’t break off. Do not break off.’ When the fish was finally hauled in, it barely fit on the boat.
“We often set up a rope with a fish attached to it in order to chum up, this attracts other big fish. On this day, a Tiger Shark came up the berley trail and took a liking to the chum line. No, the Shark was not harmed in anyway.” – Youngbloods Spearfishing
In the Philippines, the 6,000 year-old sport of cockfighting has been transformed into a fully-legal, billion dollar industry. Known locally as Sabong, it takes place in 2,500 dedicated stadiums across the country and kills an estimated 30 million roosters each year. A few months back, VICE Australia hit the cockpits and hatcheries of Manila. There we met the breeders, trainers, and philosophers who help make Sabong the Philippines’s national obsession.
Australia’s greyhound racing industry is in turmoil after a Four Corners report revealed conclusive evidence of live baiting during secret training sessions. Live baiting has been banned and criminalised for decades, but trainers and owners across the country have been using the illegal training method in the belief that it will improve a dog’s performance.
Her “rocks” look like sheet rock to me. With enough time, someone trained in reconstruction could probably put it back together in its original flat, sheetlike state. So, dinosaurs are a hoax, but a person putting two of every animal on a boat is totally legit right? Just like Jesus walking on water? Right guys? Guys…?
Dude is using his elbows like a god damn ice pick and it’s hurting him enough to pause and he pushes through. F**ken good man. I bet that dog is badass too. For those of you who have never experienced freezing cold water, it feels like daggers impaling every part of your skin. I can only imagine how numb his body was after breaking through all that ice. This dude is a f**ken hero.