During this table tennis tournament in Russia, the two players shake hands after the match, at which point the loser shoves the referee to the ground. Meanwhile in the crowd, zero f*cks given!
This fight for a parking space almost ended in the death of one of the participants. According to the wife of the victim, Victoria Ermolayeva, the man parked his car in the apartments yard, which aroused the anger of one of the neighbours. The man approached the driver of the vehicle to complain that they’re not meant to park in that spot. Then, out of nowhere, the driver unleashes a brutal beating, relentlessly punching and kicking the man to the ground and, despite an attempt by his wife to stop him, delivers a brutal knock out punch that causes his neighbour to smash his head on the ground. He received several facial injuries and brain damage as a result of the beating and remains in stable condition in the hospital.
I get the feeling that the 4 dudes on dirt bikes could have past the truck in several places if they wanted. Instead, they were suspiciously tailing this truck and its’ occupants for unknown reasons. I can’t blame the truck driver for wanting to defend his property and himself from potential harm. What do you think? Who is to blame?
A rough translation of what happened. Three ‘wise guy mobsters’ that run a protection racket in a small Russian town were having a fun night at a local bar. One of them began to solicit a young woman. When she refused, the three tried dragging her into the VIP cabinet. At this time, her husband returned from the restroom and the argument was taken outside. Nikolai Vlasenko, an accomplished boxer, attempted to resolve the conflict peacefully. However, the ‘guys that run the town’, on their arrogant power trip, attacked the boxer and paid the price dearly.
The word kaffir was used in the former South Africa to refer to a black person. Now an offensive ethnic slur, it was formerly a neutral term for South African blacks. The word is derived from the Arabic term kafir (meaning ‘infidel’), which originally had the meaning ‘one without religion’. Moral of the story? Don’t be a racist idiot.
Apparently the kid wearing the purple shirt was camping on ‘Call of Duty’ and when other kids asked him to stop he told them to “get f**ked c*nt” and that he’s chilling down at the Cam Ping Cafe if anyone has a problem. The drunk kid in the black singlet thought he would teach him a lesson, ran in swinging cheap shots all over the shop but got wreaked for his efforts. At least that’s what I think happened anyway.
An eager fan who jumped on stage at a NOFX concert in Sydney got more than he bargained for when he was elbowed and kicked in the face by lead singer Fat Mike. The fan excitedly climbed up on the stage as the US punk rock band performed at the Enmore Theatre. As he made his way towards Fat Mike, the lead singer showed he was not in the mood to be messed with and promptly pushed him out of the way before kicking him in the face. After the video was posted on social media last night, Fat Mike took to Twitter to apologise to his fan, known only as Alex. “I’m sorry too Alex, I was in terrible pain all night. When you grabbed me by the neck I defensively reacted…offensively,” he tweeted.