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A 16-year-old boy says he feared he would die when he made an emergency call to report he’d been shot, but wasn’t believed by the operator. The teenager, who hasn’t been named by Swedish media, says he was seriously injured in the shooting and managed to crawl to a bus stop before calling Sweden’s emergency services. He dialled the emergency number 112 several times but was cut off. After then trying the general number for police in Sweden, 114 14, he says the operator did not believe his story. “I was frustrated and yelled that I was dying. Yet she did not believe me,” he said. The boy survived.
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From the mean streets of Wiley Park, Sydney, Australia comes 1BUCK80’s debut single “Driftin’ in my Capella”; A parody of the Rihanna hit “Umbrella”. It’s f**ken hectic bruh. Check it.
I’d be angry too if I had to count to 10 into an orange dildo. Police in Australia are apparently exempt from the mobile phone laws. They can be on their phone all they want whilst driving, as long as it’s work related. “Sorry I hit those pedestrians, I was having an important text conversation, work related of course.”
One of the sh*ttiest things about snowboarding are flats. These are the bit of the mountain where the slope isn’t steep enough to actually move. As if that’s not bad enough, one of the only ways of getting around them is accepting a tow off a smug looking skier. Presumably, sick of this all-too-regular occurrence, these guys tried to add a little less gravity-based propulsion to their boards. The strapped a pair of rockets to the back of their twin-tip and let rip.
It was no doubt intended to strike fear into the hearts of their enemies, but the Islamic State’s latest video appears far more playground than battleground. ISIS today released footage from its training camps, showing recruits disguised as bushes and performing clumsy roly-polies. The video bears all the hallmarks of the slickly edited propaganda material regularly pumped out by the terror group’s media arm to dramatic effect. From this evidence, however, their next generation of ‘special forces’ are far from being a well-oiled machine.