While some people online are convinced the animal in the video is a juvenile great white, others believe it is a bull shark. ‘That’s a juvenile great white! And as scary as that is it’s amazing. I’m a little confused as to how a GW is able to swim that far up stream,’ one wrote. Another said: ‘My brain tells me it should be a bull shark in that part of Sydney, but looking at the footage all I see is a baby great white.’ What do you guys think?

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This is the moment a shocking mass brawl broke out between more than 100 revellers at a Wetherspoon pub in England, leaving one man bleeding from his head. Dozens of men were filmed beating up each other on Saturday night as music played in the background. An onlooker was left needing hospital treatment after he was glassed in the head and a police officer was allegedly struck in the face but avoided serious injury.


Two young men have been charged after video footage emerged of a quokka being kicked on Rottnest Island. The video, obtained by WAtoday, shows a man in a grey t-shirt and black jeans chasing the quokka around a tree and kicking it at least twice. The man can be heard saying ‘come here you little c*nt’ before kicking it a second time. The kick sends the small animal into a wall. It tries to run away from the man before the video ends after nine seconds.


London squatting activists ANAL (Autonomous Nation of Anarchist Libertarians) are squatting empty multi-million pound buildings and opening them up to the homeless.


Ghost in the Shell was created by Masamune Shirow in 1989 as a manga or Japanese comic book, before being made into a cult Japanese anime movie six years later. The story is set midway through the 21st century and follows the exploits of a fictional counter-cyberterrorist organisation called Public Security Section 9, which is led by a character called Major Motoko Kusanagi, now hailed as a Japanese icon. Hollywood’s live-action remake is due for release on March 31.



Rookie guide: Hakken is a form of rave dance originating from the Dutch Hardcore and Gabber scene. The dance is very similar to earlier European folk dance and is thought to be a sub form of zapateo with less airborne moves. In Australia, the dance is mainly referred to as gabber, named after the music it is performed to. Despite the fact that it is called “Gabber”, it is usually performed to music of the hardstyle genre by most people in Australia. Video via: Asia Cariño.


“Watch and hear a few brand new Lamborghini Aventador S LP740-4 in action in the snow during the 2017 Lamborghini Winter Accademia in Livigno!” – @ste19bozzy92.


“A new movie about our friend Patrick “Bengel” Rasche. After we published part I, we realised that we should continue the diary. Last year “Bengel” rode some gnarly spots in the “Sauerland” area and told us how many fucks he gives about certain things. This year we tried to find out what inspired him to become the rider he is today. This project is an homage to the glory days of freeriding and another portrait about „Bengel“ and his very own approach towards life, on and off the bike.” – El Flamingo Films.


“You all have that one public street that you’ve always wanted to race your car through. GRC rally driver Tanner Foust takes us along for a forest run in his GRC rally spec VW Beetle on one of Portland, Oregon’s famous twisting backwood roads.” – Donut Media.


While the launch date is still a few months away, the latest trailer of the biopic starring Demetrius Shipp, Jr. as Tupac and Jamal Woolard as the Notorious B.I.G. has launched this week and see Tupac and Biggie meet for the first time. That very meeting would set in motion a short-lived friendship and ultimately one of the most widely-publicized feuds in rap history.


racing is exciting at the worst of times, with a crash moments away if you lose concentration for even a second. There is a lot more than can go wrong, or right too, and this compilation has a bit of it all!


Over the years, I’ve seen flash-mob style fence-jumping operations in action, a blur of athletic college kids who furiously claw their way over chain-link barriers, sprint away from security guards and, if they’re lucky, disappear into a sea of dancing bodies in front of stages or an especially long port-a-potty line. This can be a dangerous but exhilarating game.


This was filmed on the frontline against ISIS in Iraq. This position of the Iraqi popular mobilisation forces was under intense AK47 fire from the terrorists. What a brave mother f**ker. Somebody get him a periscope to find those bastard’s firing position.


As he’s being walked down the hallway being escorted to his court appearance, the man can be seen yelling at officials before he lunges, striking one in the head. The man has been identified as Daniel Stewart Berry, from Tupelo, Mississippi. He is believed to have been under the influence of a street drug called Flakka.


There is some evidence to suggest that hitting back may prevent further bullying. Several studies of school-aged kids have found that being submissive to peers and not retaliating increases their risk of ongoing bullying. But the story is not that simple. Of kids who are bullied, those who hit back are more likely to be bullied six months later than others who don’t retaliate.


This guy tried to be sneaky breaking into his neighbor’s house but he wasn’t stealth enough. Unfortunately for him his neighbor was already home watching his failed attempt.


Cameras began rolling for Marvel’s upcoming ensemble film Avengers: Infinity War back in January. To commemorate the occasion, the company has released a production trailer featuring interviews with some of the crew and cast of the ensemble flick.