Wednesday, December 7, 2016
The Australian Outback can be a dangerous place indeed.
A man and his friend had been driving in the Australian Outback, with his dog, Max, running alongside the car in the bush next to them.
Disaster struck when the dog got in the way of a giant kangaroo, which put him in a headlock.
The size of the marsupial didn’t deter the man from leaping from his car to attempt to save his best friend.for how everything ends..please
NEMESIS:Brothers who battered, strangled and sexually abused two friends now begs to remain unidentified as adults in regrets!
Two brothers (above, in a court sketch in 2010) - now free - were aged just ten and 11 when they attacked a boy of nine and his 11-year-old friend on isolated wasteland (pictured) in Edlington, South Yorkshire, in 2009. Despite battering, strangling and sexually abusing their victims in a 90-minute attack, they were granted anonymity until they both reached adulthood when they were jailed for a minimum of five years. The younger brother is now approaching his 18th birthday, and lawyers acting for the boys have now lodged a lifelong anonymity claim at the High Court.
....is this a good life?
Wearing her heart on her chest! Harry's girlfriend Meghan is seen sporting gold necklace adorned with the couple's initials, as the prince makes a 1,700-mile detour to visit her in Canada
The 35-year-old actress was spotted wearing a necklace in Toronto decorated with the letters M and H. The 14 karat gold necklace is by Los Angeles-based designer Maya Brenner and costs $240. It comes as Prince Harry, 32, took a 1,700 mile diversion to see his girlfriend after his tour of the Caribbean.
Lady GaGa is really opening up.
ICYMI, the pop star was featured in a pre-taped segment during Monday's episode of TODAY, where she visited the Ali Forney Center in New York to spend time with homeless LGBT youth.
While at the center, the blonde brought gifts for the people she met, and opened up to them about her mental health struggles, saying:
"I don't have the same kinds of issues that you have, but I have a mental illness, and I struggle with that mental illness every day. So, I need my mantra to help keep me relaxed."
During an interview for that same segment, the 30-year-old revealed her mental illness, explaining:
"I told the kids today I suffer from a mental illness — I suffer from PTSD. I've never told anyone that before, so
As you praise God, whatever is obstructing your deliverance shall be leveled, and your miracle will be delivered in Jesus' name!
Mine observation is....Larger than life' hotel boss escorts the Queen safely out of one of her favourite restaurants after a 'drunk' intruder interrupts lunch with her senior servants
David Morgan-Hewitt, managing director of London's The Goring Hotel, stepped in to escort The Queen to safety (pictured centre) after her private lunch was disrupted by a 'drunken' intruder. The man, who was dressed in a hoodie, jeans and trainers, entered the building in Belgravia and was said to have waved his hands around before being 'wrestled outside' by a man in a suit (left), thought to be a royal protection officer. Mr Morgan-Hewitt ensured the monarch's safety (right) and was thanked with a handshake after she left the venue. The hotel (inset) was a favourite of the Queen Mother before her death and was also used by Kate Middleton the night before her wedding to Prince William.
...and we were like....what was his intentions,to hurt the Queen?