Security cameras aboard a public transit bus in Istanbul, Turkey, showed the moment a man allegedly shouted at a female university student over her choice of clothes before physically assaulting her.
The incident occurred on June 14 onboard a minibus in Istanbul’s Pendik district, in the southwest part of the city.
Asena Melisa Sağlam, 21, says she was seated near the back of the bus when the man seated behind her began to make angry remarks to her about her choice of apparel: denim shorts and a baggy white shirt.
“From the moment I sat down he was making these remarks ‘You dress like this during Ramadan? You should feel ashamed to be dressed like that,’” Sağlam told Turkish news outlet Hurriyet.
Sağlam says she put her headphones back in after conversing with the man. Security footage shows what happened next as the man rose to his feet and then struck her in the face with a backhanded slap.
Security cameras were rolling June 12 when an 18-year-old woman was attacked by a man in a New Hampshire Planet Fitness parking lot. Police say the man punched her 39 times.
In Florida, the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office posted surveillance video, which included hilarious commentary, of two men burglarizing an unlocked car on June 18, 2017. During the burglary, another car drives by. That's when they make a run for it and one of the burglar's pants falls down, causing him to fall head first into the getaway car. The men stole loose change, a phone charger and a stethoscope Video Courtesy Palm Beach Sheriff's Office
Home security video shows five heavily armed men arriving outside a Houston home and forcing their way in by breaking open the door with a large stone. Once inside, the men demanded money from a male occupant as they ransacked the home. The victim was then tied up, beaten and tortured. The robbers made off with a small amount of cash along with several firearms, jewelry, and clothing. Video Courtesy Houston Police Department
Shocking CCTV footage shows the moment a racist thug launched a Molotov cocktail at a mosque. Thomas Conington, 29, ignited the bomb, which consisted of a clear glass bottle filled with petrol, and threw it over the fence of the mosque. The bottle smashed and burst into flames on the steps of the entrance of Edinburgh's Central Mosque, setting fire to the door. Conington was jailed at the High Court in Glasgow yesterday (Wed) after admitting the offence which happened on the morning of 18 September 2016.
Police say the suspect held up another store just a few weeks earlier. TV 10/55’s Marc Liverman spoke with the girl.
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Impatient Passenger Nearly Run Over by Bus - Sri Lanka Maybe wait for the bus to stop before exiting it next time...? Also love the old man's reaction. Location: Sri Lanka
Irvine, California police released this chilling surveillance video showing a man violently dragging a baby boutique employee by the hair as he tried to kidnap her. He fled after the woman told him there were surveillance cameras in the store, investigators say. Video Courtesy Irvine Police Department
A New Mexico homeowner caught a burglar breaking into his home and, with the help of a neighbor, restrained the suspect with duct tape until police arrived. Video Courtesy Albuquerque Police Department
A brave little five-year-old boy foils a potentially deadly dog attack to protect his best friend, and the heart-warming incident was caught on camera.The youngster, named Chandu, had been holding hands with schoolgirl Pooja, also five, as they wandered away from a family get-together and into an alley.But moments later four hungry canines surrounded the youngsters just after midnight on May 27 in Hyderabad, India.
BANGKOK: -- It is a situation that in many countries may have ended in a shooting of an assailant. But at Huay Kwang police station a potentially violent situation ended in a big Thai bear hug. A 45 year old man had entered the station on Saturday night brandishing a knife with the situation caught on CCTV that was later shared online. The hero of the hour was officer Anirut Malee who, rather than escalating the incident, talked reasonably to the clearly stressed man. Anirut said: "He used to be a musician but had been working as a security guard for three days and had not been paid. On top of this he had had his guitar stolen and it was all stressing him out. "I heard him out and sympathized and said I had a guitar to give him, and suggested we go out for a meal together. We were conversing in Southern Thai dialect". Following his calming actions the man handed over the knife. Anirut threw it to one side and gave the man a big hug which was all caught on camera. The cop was praised for his sensible actions online. The man who was not named was sent to a hospital for an evaluation of his mental state. No charges were reported.
Police driving on the wrong side of the road crashes into a motorcyclist - Brazil The police pick up the man, put him inside the car and drive off. Location: Brazil
This is the dramatic moment a plainclothes policeman apprehends a man wanted for the theft of a motorcycle in Hefei city, Anhui Province last Tuesday. Police say this surveillance camera footage shows the suspect noticed he was being watched and tried to casually escape on a sharing bicycle without arousing any more suspicion. However, a 55-year-old plainclothes police officer named Feng Yifa was already on his tail. As the suspect speeded up, Feng brought him to the ground with a flying tackle. With the help of Feng’s colleagues nearby, the suspect was arrested. The video has gone viral online, with netizens applauding the police. Some joked that the public should be grateful for the slow speed of sharing bicycles.
Police are asking for the public’s help finding a man caught on camera robbing a northwest Oklahoma City fast-food restaurant at gunpoint.
A bank robber in Moscow was nabbed following a failed heist where he ran off without his passport. The 22-year-old man, an online salesman, handed his passport to the cashier with a note inside that read: "Give me the money or I'll shoot everybody", reported The Daily Mail Online on Monday (June19). The bank typically uses customers' passports to verify identities for transactional purposes. CCTV footage also showed the robber holding a handgun in his right hand, which he revealed to the cashier. However, the plan went awry as the cashier fainted in shock behind the protective glass, still clutching the robber's passport in her hand. Unsure of what to do next, the robber ran out of the bank, leaving his passport behind with the clerk. He was also not wearing a mask or disguise of any kind. Despite the authorities possessing his passport and personal details, the robber was not arrested until two months after the incident. He has also not been named by the authorities. The robber later told detectives that he got the idea of robbing the bank from a movie, and had bought a fake gun on the way to the bank. One netizen was cited by the Daily Mail Online as saying: "What an idiot! He not only showed his face to CCTV but also left his passport at the scene!" If convicted of armed robbery, the man may face up to eight years in prison.
The migrant crisis continues to show just how uncivilized those being invited into Europe actually are.
watch as a group of African migrants attempt to rape and then beaten and Italian woman who fights back as CCTV cameras film the entire thing.
The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office arrested five men from South Florida in connection with an Armed Robbery that occurred early Thursday morning in Sarasota.
Just after 4:45 a.m., the Public Safety Communications Center received a report of a suspicious person armed with a rifle, at a home in the 2100 block of Dodge Avenue. As deputies were responding, more information was gathered indicating that the homeowner disarmed the suspect and was holding him until law enforcement arrived. As calltakers gathered details and deputies began to arrive, the victim advised that two more suspects were involved and fled prior to law enforcement arrival. Based on a description of the suspect's vehicle, deputies were able to quickly locate it at a gas station in the 5600 block of Fruitville Road. Four men wearing dark clothing were found inside the car, one of whom was carrying several zip ties.
All five men were interviewed by detectives and two of them admitted to committing the robbery. As detectives continued to gather evidence, they recovered surveillance video from the victim's home which captured the entire incident. Video shows Alen Beltran-Vazquez, Angel Cabrera-Basulto and Ronier Jauregui-Lorente enter the victim's porch armed with a shotgun, machete and crowbar, in an attempt to rob the victim. Cabrera-Basulto and Jauregui-Lorente are seen fleeing the home while the victim arms himself with a machete and holds Beltran-Vazquez until deputies arrive.
Detectives identified Jorge Valido-Leyva and Roberto Salcedo-Balanza as the other men in the vehicle and through interviews, learned that they helped coordinate and plan the robbery.
A bus driver in Shanghai managed to bring his vehicle safely to a stop after the onset of a fatal heart attack last Friday. Xie Shihai, 42, was driving during the evening rush hour with more than 10 passengers on board. The video, recorded by a camera in the bus driver's cabin, shows Xie stop the bus before keeling over.
Two shotgun-wielding thieves have robbed a Geelong liquor store. The bandits robbed the Newcomb bottle shop on Watsons Road at about 10.30pm on Friday. The terrified cashier has described the moment the men blasted in and pointed a gun at his dad, who also works at the store. 'It felt like terrorism,' the cashier, who asked not to be named, told 9 News. 'I don't know why two people have to walk in with a gun.' Shocking CCTV footage shows the men brazenly running into the store pointing their guns at the cashier, before demanding cash and cigarettes. The cashier's father tries to escape, but the robbers catch up to him and point a gun in his face. 'I was scared for my dad because he was fighting with them and they had a gun,' the cashier said. The men made off with cash and cigarettes but left a glove behind, which is now being forensically tested. The first offender is described as Caucasian, around 175 cm tall, stocky build and wearing a black long-sleeve hooded top. He wore black gloves with a whiteprint on the back of the hands. The other man is described as Caucasian, around 185 cm tall, thin-build, and wearing a dark long-sleeve jacket with a camouflage-style pattern, black pants, black gloves and white shoes. Police have released images of a pink and black sports bag that was used in the armed robbery.
A semi sideswiped another semi and overturned on June 15, 2017 in Fargo, North Dakota, forcing the closure of the highway. No injuries were reported. Video Courtesy North Dakota Highway Patrol
The shocking moment a driver mounted a pavement to plough down five pedestrians in a deliberate attack has been captured on CCTV.
Lugman Aslam, 26, claims he had been racially abused by the group of men moments before the incident in Leicester city centre.
A jury was shown graphic CCTV footage of the victims being thrown from the bonnet of his van in the attack on 28 June last year.
One man narrowly missed being crushed under the wheels of the van. Miraculously no-one was seriously hurt in the attack.
Aslam was jailed for five years after pleading guilty to dangerous driving and attempting to commit grievous bodily harm with intent.
His barrister told the court his client 'clearly saw red and went for this group'.
In sentencing the judge Recorder Justin Wigoder told Aslam: "What you did was truly, truly shocking. You quite deliberately mounted the pavement & drove your van at that group. It is quite remarkable that nobody was seriously hurt or killed."
Aslam was also disqualified from driving for four and a half years.
A two-year-old boy was run over by a car and was trapped underneath the vehicle on Monday in Foshan, Guangdong Province. The boy was left behind on the road after he had become unhappy with his mother. Surveillance camera shows the mother rushed back when she spotted the accident. Luckily, some passersby lifted the car off the boy. Every year in China, nearly 60,000 children die in accidents. Injuries, including those caused by traffic accidents, are the third most common cause of death in children under five, after infectious diseases, in China, according to the country's Maternal and Child Mortality Surveillance System. For children aged 1-4, road traffic incidents are the most frequent cause of accidental death.
Video footage has caught the moment a brave farmer tackles a cleaver-wielding man who was threatening to slash patients and their family members in China. The man burst into the hospital building in Deyang, China's Sichuan province on June 13. The attacker had tried to steal a bike outside the hospital before getting into an argument with a passerby who had tried to intervene. It's thought that the suspect surnamed Wang was caught stealing an electric bike outside of the hospital. A passerby saw and informed the bike's owner. Wang then argued with the passerby before leaving and returning with a cleaver and entering the hospital. It's thought that Wang took the cleaver from a food stall outside. Video footage shows the moment the man walks into the hospital and people realise he is armed with a cleaver. People can be seen running as he walks into the foyer of the hospital brandishing a knife. All of a sudden a man in the bottom right corner of the video grabs the cleaver wielding man. He grabs the man by the arm and tries to contain him. While another person can be seen holding a long metal pole. Onlookers then come to the man's aid and start beating the attacker with the pole and kicking him as he tries to fight on the ground. They continue to kick him for some time and then the video cuts. The hero man was later revealed to be a farmer named Zhang Zonghong who told reporters that he was at the hospital accompanying his father. As he was waiting in the hall, he heard someone shouting 'kill'. He said: 'At that time I did not think about whether he would hurt me, I was focused on how to get the knife from him.' The farmer said because of his job, he wasn't afraid of the man.
A New York restaurant got an unwelcome visitor during breakfast time when a deer crashed through the windows and ran around disturbing everyone's meal. The frightened animal bombarded a Rome, New York Denny's on Saturday at around 8.30am halting breakfast as it collided with chairs and tables in the restaurant. In the short clip posted on Monday, the deer smashes through a window right over a group of customers, shocking everyone. It then proceeds to scramble on the ground as patrons start getting up to get a better look, avoid the creature or see if it needs any help. Almost getting it's baring the deer slams into a table before stumbling down the aisle. Eventually the deer makes it to a clearing in the restaurant but the soft carpet proves to be rather difficult for her to navigate as she steady falls back over. More customers begin following the deer, checking to see if it is hurt or needs any assistance. The video ends before it is revealed what happened to the animal but it was eventually able to escape the restaurant unharmed according to management at the eatery.