Vimeo link. YouTube video without the music.
Filmed back in June at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. YouTube link.
A raccoon was rescued from a metal drain cover and released back into nature on Sunday. The adult male raccoon was found with his head struck in Soquel, California.
A man in Seattle suffered a large cut and bruising after a man hit him over the head with an aluminum baseball bat only seconds after he'd fended off another man wielding a prosthetic leg.
A man from Montana found himself in jail when he called police to complain that he didn't get sex after paying for a private dance at a strip club.
A Brazilian inmate on supervised release put his electronic monitoring bracelet on an unsuspecting rooster, which he locked in a chicken coop, and then sneaked off to sell drugs.
A pensioner in Baden-Baden, south-western Germany, had an unexpected house guest when a 57-year-old woman wandered into her home before falling asleep naked in her bed.
A vulnerable slow loris has been flown more than 5,000 miles from the Maldives to start a new life at Monkey World in Dorset.
A cupcake-carrying nun scarecrow which was stolen from outside its owner's home has been found. The "Cupcake, Vicar?
YouTube link. LiveLeak link.
YouTube link. Original Vine.
A 19-year-old man from Maine last week posed for a jail booking photo while wearing a t-shirt with a reproduction of the mug shot taken of him after a June arrest for drunk driving.
A Californian woman had a close encounter with a giraffe at a Wisconsin zoo on Saturday afternoon. Amanda Hall, of San Luis Obispo, climbed into the giraffe’s pen at the Henry Villas Zoo in Madison.
An Idaho couple say an owl flew into their 10th floor apartment, opened a bird cage and killed one of two canaries inside.
A teenager arrested by an Excise team in Kerala, south India on Sunday with 50 grams of cannabis (ganja) has admitted to taking snakebites regularly for getting a high.
Junior boxer James Wignall received a visit from police officers for skipping in the street. The 16-year-old said he was “staggered” after officers accused him of frightening a neighbour’s horses as he trained in the country lane outside his home in Croston near Chorley, Lancashire.
Two grandmothers that have been banned from a town shopping centre say it has “ruined their lives”. Lillian Clarke and Margaret Yates, from Hinckley, Leicestershire, say they are disgusted with the way that they have been treated by some of the staff in the Britannia Centre.