Couple gets caught having sex in Berlin subway station.
Man harasses ex-girlfriend; calling her 73 times per day, on average.
In a town overpopulated by women, these ladies are hoping to recruit a few men—submissive men, that is.
Well, this is a new one.
Photographer Elizabeth van der Bij of ENV Photography was meeting her clients Kassandra and Craig to shoot their engagement photos on Wednesday when the clouds started rolling in. Shortly after they arrived at the field in Edmonton, Alberta where they were going to shoot, the skies turned black and the wind started picking up. At first they thought they were just dealing with a rain shower so they grabbed their umbrella for a few shots. Then, van der Bij noticed lightning striking in the distance. With some excellent timing, she was able to capture this awesome moment:
Well, this was a bit daring.
Don't try this at home. Really.
On your wedding day, you hope for perfect weather. Something as trivial as rain is often considered a recipe for disaster. Although your love may have the power to move the world, it has absolutely no control over the weather. If disaster strikes at your seemingly perfect wedding, you may be inclined to reschedule.
A barber shop in Orange County, Florida, was not exactly as it seemed. Undercover agents working for the Metropolitan Bureau of Investigation conducted a lengthy investigation of Super Fades barber shop — and the business was finally raided on Sunday. Think it can't get weirder? Think again. Some even more disturbing details have since surfaced.