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A driver in Taiwan has been caught violently attacking a petrol station worker after he filled his Bentley car with wrong fuel.
The worker claimed he did not realised the driver wanted the specific type of fuel, 98 RON, until after he served his luxury car.
While the driver said the wrong type of fuel might damage his £350K vehicle.
Chilling moment dog thief shoot a deadly dart into a pet pooch before returning to steal it after it passes out, in China.
This is the moment four robbers wearing motorbike helmets set fire to a Land Rover after carrying out a jewellery heist in a busy main road.
A witness captured the moment the gang, their faces hidden, fled the scene.
The men ram raided the store in central Southport and stole jewellery before setting the car on fire and fleeing on motorbikes.
Police and fire crews were called at about 4.40pm on Thursday after a Land Rover Defender was smashed into the shop and then set alight outside.
A teacher caught on video allegedly snorting cocaine in her classroom was marched out of school in handcuffs.
Pupil Will Rogers captured Samantha Cox, 24, chopping up lines of white powder on a binder and then leaning over it.
The high school English teacher was in her locked classroom at Lake Central High School in St. John, Indiana, at the time.
It was 10.30am.
Cox was arrested after Will shared his footage with classmates and eventually other teaching staff.
He told news channel WGN9: "She’s in the corner hiding with a chair and a book, and what appears to be cocaine putting it into lines."
A drunk man stuck in a residential block of flats spent three hours trying to break down the front door, before finally hitting the button to open it.
Two men are seen by the door, obviously a little worse for wear, trying the handle before one of them launches into a violent rage.
After a few kicks he appears to stop for a loo break, relieving himself in the small lobby while his friend waits further inside the building.
The bizarre incident began at 5.30am in the hall of a block of flats in the city of Balashikha in western Russia.
The pal reappears as the man in blue again tries his strength against the door and is again defeated.
This bizarre footage appears to show the moment a hot-headed migrant attacked Russian security agents in the FSB's headquarters.
CCTV video has emerged of a man, named by CEN news agency as Murtazo Makhmudzoda, springing an attack on a worker in a corridor reported to be inside the Federal Security Service (FSB) base in St Petersburg.
The agent is seen trying to defend himself from the man who adopts a boxer's stance as he looks to land a series of punches.
The footage then shows the apparent migrant, reported to be from central Asia, square up to another man dressed in a black leather jacket who appears to placate him.
Brian Harvey has released footage of the moment he's confronted by two police officers over allegations he sent malicious tweets.
The five-minute clip was shared to the former E17 singer's own YouTube channel, showing the two plainclothes detectives standing in his living room as they tell him to report to the police station to be arrested.
It appears to have been filmed on a webcam or other small recording device behind him.
The officers tell him that an allegation has been made against him and request that he comes with them to Wood Green police station in north London.
A gang of 10 men masterminded a £1million crime spree with a huge arsenal of weapons to smash their way into mobile phone shops.
Armed with hammers, knives, portable angle grinders and a battering ram, they would arrive on mopeds and smash their way into shops before riding off with the goods.
Three security staff in separate shops were beaten as they guarded the stores overnight.
They carried out 17 aggravated burglaries and caused damage and took goods to the value of £1million between May and November last year.
The men would arrive on mopeds wearing crash helmets and dark clothing, smash their way into the stores armed with a variety of weapons and ransack the stock rooms.
A woman was saved with just seconds to spare after attempting to cross a railway line.
Wearing a tiny crop top and black trousers, she stumbled across the tracks towards the platform on the other side, seemingly oblivious to the train thundering towards her.
A member of the public sitting on the platform spotted the danger and tried to offer her a hand.
But three police officers then raced to help, with one woman yanking her onto the platform as the train went past the spot where she had been standing with just inches to spare.
The incident happened at a suburban station in Victoria in Australia and remarkably no-one was injured.
Dog barking scares home invasion suspects off
A defiant shop worker fought off a knife-wielding masked man who attempted to hold up her convenience store - by pulling out a knife of her own.
Lorraine McCalliskey grabbed a small packing knife from under the till after the suspect tried to rob The Mini Market in West Exe, Tiverton, at 10pm on November 8.
The 36-year-old shouted ‘come on then, let’s have a go if you want to have a go’ at the knifeman who jumped back in shock before she chased him out of the store and up the street.
Feisty Lorraine, 36, who was alone as she prepared to close up, returned to work unscathed after the incident, reports Devon Live .
Every adult knows how quickly a child can run out of your view if you turn your back for a split second.
Parents the world over panic every day when it happens to them - because they often fear the worse could happen.
Tragically, for one family in China, the worse imaginable has happened - when a driver reversed over and KILLED a one-year-old toddler.
The motorist had been completely unaware that the child had wandered behind his car.
CCTV footage shows the driver climb in, start the engine and reversing - not realising the tot had been loitering behind the vehicle.
The small boy - only spotted loitering behind the car's boot seconds after the driver got into the car - was instantly knocked to the ground.
Bystanders rushed to the scene and pulled the child from under the car and then appeared to take it into the car.
He was rushed to hospital , but sadly died during surgery shortly after.
A teacher who slapped a schoolboy who she believed had 'stolen an orange' has been sacked after his mum watched CCTV of the incident.
The unnamed mother had demanded an apology for her boy from the teacher involved - but when she was ignored reported the matter to the police.
CCTV footage from the school canteen shows a group of boys with one of them holding what looks like an orange.
He can be seen trying to ditch the fruit in the back of another pupil's backpack and walking away.
But he was spotted by the teacher, who stormed across the room towards him and whacked him across the back of the head.
The moment a 15-year-old boy sustained serious injuries after slamming into a doorway when a police officer allegedly tackled him off his bike was caught on CCTV.
Terrell Decosta Jones-Burton was knocked unconscious after allegedly being charged as he cycled past a chicken shop near his home in Bermondsey, south-east London.
Police were called after a woman claimed her mobile phone had been stolen and gave a description that matched the teenager.
FROM INSIDE EDITION - Surveillance footage from a pharmacy caught the moment cops say a robber held employees at gunpoint after leaping from a wheelchair. According to police, three men entered the business. One man was pushing another in a wheelchair. Once the seated suspect was wheeled behind the pharmacy counter, he stood up and produced a black handgun, at which point the suspects ordered the employees to the ground, police say.
A bloodied man lay dying on a hospital floor as doctors and other staff did nothing to immediately save him, it was claimed.
The drunk man had sought medical help after he was reportedly battered by a group of men as he celebrated his 47th birthday.
Distressing CCTV footage from the hospital shows him stumbling through a door and then falling backwards as his head bounces off the tiled floor.
A staff member walks over and looks at the blood-soaked man as he tries to get back on his feet.
She leaves and checks on him a few more times, but he soon collapses onto the floor, where staff check on him again and then try to drag him along the corridor, leaving a streak of blood.
His body twitches and his chest is seen heaving as the employees walk away, leaving him alone on the floor.
Russian media reports claimed doctors and nurses at the hospital in Smolensk failed to act for more than 20 minutes as the patient lay dying.
Doctors have claimed that the man received immediate help, and he was drunk and rude towards staff.
The incident happened in June but the footage didn't emerge until Wednesday.
The man had celebrated his birthday at a bar but then got into a fight with three other people and was beaten with knuckle dusters, Life and Readovka reported.
An ambulance was called and he was taken to hospital at 11pm with serious head injuries.
He was placed on a gurney and was able to answer questions, giving staff his name and date of birth, and explain what happened to him.
But his family claims hours passed without him receiving proper help.
CCTV footage recorded at 4.20am shows the patient, with blood on his face and a torn t-shirt, opening the door and falling to the floor.
He tries to get up several times before collapsing onto his back, and appears to be in agony.
As he lay mortally wounded, staff are seen taking care of other patients and even taking out the rubbish, Readovka reported.
His groaning and wheezing drew the attention of medical personnel and he is finally carried away at 4.48am.
His family told local media that he was in a coma in intensive care for 11 days before he died without regaining consciousness.
They have called for a criminal investigation to no avail, according to reports.
A family member told Readovka: "If they had helped him on time, if they had not brushed him aside the life of a brother, father and son could have been saved."
But doctors rejected the family's claims, telling Life that medical assistance was provided to the man immediately.
Staff also claimed that he was drunk and rude to staff.
Horrifying CCTV footage captured the dramatic moment a 'homophobic' thug smashed a pint glass into the face of a pub goer who had walking in holding hands with his boyfriend.
Anjungi Lam, 35, has been jailed for two years after attacking the victim in a London pub unprovoked.
Police said the male victims felt Lam was "motivated by homophobia" as the couple entered the pub holding hands.
The victim, 23, and his boyfriend, 20, were at the bar at the Kentish Drovers pub in Peckham, South London, on March 5 when Lam charged towards him and smashed the pint glass against the right side of his face.
The 23-year-old cut his nose, lip, neck, chipped his tooth and injured his cornea in the brutal attack.
A maths teacher was gunned down by a hitman who appeared to single him out in a busy crowded street before calmly walking away.
Eduardo Reyna was shot in the back with a handgun while strolling along the pavement - as the two women he was walking with fell to the ground when the assassin opened fire.
Three muzzle flashes are seen from the killer's handgun before his 27-year-old victim collapses in a heap on the ground.
The murder was filmed on CCTV in the colony of Vista Hermosa in the city of Cuernavaca, in central Mexico.
The clip begins with showing the scene of a bustling street and a man who appears to be mooching around talking on his phone.
Taxi dashcam footage captured the moment callous killers who targeted two brothers - leaving one DEAD - laughed and joked as they were driven past the scene of the attack.
Matthew Smith, 22, and Elliot Bourdon-Pierre, 25, brutally assaulted Brian Hill and his younger brother Andrew as they waited for a taxi.
Dad-of-three Brian, 60, never regained consciousness after he fell to the pavement and hit his head when he was struck with a punch.
Andrew, 53, also sustained serious injuries - including broken ribs and injuries to his lungs and kidneys - and was rushed to hospital for treatment.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korean border guards were only steps behind a North Korean soldier when they opened fire and one briefly crossed the border pursuing the wounded defector as he dashed to the South Korean side, a video released on Wednesday by the U.N. Command (UNC) in Seoul showed.
The defecting soldier, whose rank and identity have not been disclosed, was critically wounded, having been hit five or six times in the hail of bullets as he made his desperate escape on Nov.13. He was flown by a U.S. military helicopter to a hospital in Suwon, south of Seoul.
Doctors announced on Wednesday that he had regained consciousness, having had two operations to extract the bullets, and his breathing was stable and unassisted.
“He is fine,” lead surgeon Lee Cook-Jong said at a press conference in Suwon. “He is not going to die.”
An official from U.N. Command (UNC) said North Korea had been informed on Wednesday that it had violated the 1953 armistice agreement, which marked the cessation of hostilities in the Korean War.
The UNC official told a news conference that a soldier from the North Korean People’s Army (KPA) had crossed the Military Demarcation Line (MDL), the border between the two Koreas, for a few seconds as others fired shots at the defecting soldier.
“The key findings of the special investigation team are that the KPA violated the armistice agreement by one, firing weapons across the MDL, and two, by actually crossing the MDL temporarily,” Chad Carroll, Director of Public Affairs for the UNC, told reporters.
The incident comes at a time of heightened tensions between North Korea and the international community over its nuclear weapons program, but Pyongyang has not publicly responded to the high-profile defection at the sensitive border.
Viorel Constantin and Cristina-Alexandra Constantin have been jailed for six months after pleading guilty to willfully neglecting an 88-year-old vulnerable woman who was in their care.
A humiliated would-be burglar was forced to flee for his safety after he broke into the home of a former England rugby player.
The intruder entered the home of ex-England fly-half Ceri Large when she had her rugby pals staying with her overnight.
CCTV footage captured the intruder hurdling a six-foot gate as he was was chased from the property with his jeans round his ankles.
Ceri said the man had a lucky escape as she "probably would have battered" him had she caught him in her house.
A sozzled driver was just inches away from mowing down a pedestrian as he crashed his £150,000 Bentley convertible in a pub car park.
CCTV footage shows a man being forced to leap to safety as Danny Jackson accelerated erratically in his vehicle.
The 69-year-old, who was jailed for 15 months, downed up to six glasses of wine before getting behind the wheel of his luxury motor, a court heard.
Video footage shows Jackson trying to manoeuvre his car out of a tight parking space while a group of people try and stop him and grab his keys.
Footage shows Jackson lurch forward and backwards several times before he speeds towards a man who jumps out of the way before he hits two cars and demolishes a wall.
Jackson, of Draycott, Derbyshire, was jailed for 15 months after he admitted dangerous driving with excess alcohol at Derby Crown Court last Thursday, November 16.
An off-duty military police officer shot dead two armed robbers while holding his child in one arm when the pair tried to hold up a pharmacy, CCTV footage shows.
Sergeant Rafael Souza had walked into the business 40km outside the city of São Paulo, Brazil, with his wife and child to buy medicine when the two men burst in wearing hoods and wielding guns.
One of the men - Jefferson Alves, 24 - then reportedly pointed his weapon at Mr Souza, who drew his pistol and is seen on camera shooting the attacker at close range.
The in-store video shows the officer disappear from the frame while his wife is seen taking cover in an aisle with her hands over her ears.
Mr Souza then appears back in the picture and hands his child over to the mother.
He moves outside the frame again before reportedly shooting the other assailant, identified as Italo Creato, 22.
The action took place in Bifarma in the centre of Campo Limpo Paulista, local news station Radio Acesa reported.
Shocking CCTV has surfaced showing the moment a van left a pedestrian for dead following a shocking hit-and-run incident.
The victim, in his 60s, was more than halfway across the busy north London junction when he was knocked down by the oncoming truck.
The driver proceeds to drive off after slamming into the victim in Stamford Hill on Saturday, leaving him lifeless in the middle of the road.
As shocked onlookers run to the man's aid, the driver reverses back and pulls alongside the victim, but just seconds later he drives off again.
One witness said the victim was hit by the truck’s wing mirror before hitting his head on the road.
This is the moment a masked thug stormed back into a newsagent he had just raided - to grab a chocolate bar.
Masked yobs stormed into a supermarket and began shoving bank notes form the tills in their pockets, brazenly knocking over the chewing gum display.
One yelled a menacing "stop" as shopkeeper Vinod Piumal tried to walk towards the gang, assuming it was a joke.
But one of the robbers, who had his face hidden behind a hood, raised his hands as though carrying a gun.
A disgusting man who decided to wee inside a lift ended up stuck inside it, as his urine caused it to short circuit.
He can be seen jumping in to the lift and pressing the button for floor 13.
But seemingly unable to wait for the elevator to take him to his destination, he decided to spend the time urinating into the corner of the door.
With no one around to see, the young man obviously thinks he has got away with his anti-social behaviour.
But as he stood there more and more floors started lighting up on the control panel, without anyone touching them.
It is not known how the man eventually raised the alarm and was freed.
But Chinese media noted that he would probably be charged to have the lift repaired, as well as face an awkward conversation with his eventual rescuers.
Three men who launched a vile gun, machete and knife attack on a reveller outside a nightclub have been jailed for attempted murder.
Their victim, a 42-year-old man, was shot in the chest after a sawn-off shotgun was fired at him from just a few feet away.
Disturbing CCTV shows the man being attacked outside the Nite Trax club, in Leeds shortly before 1am on Monday, August 29, last year while the area was busy with people celebrating the Leeds West Indian Carnival weekend.
The victim received also received knife wounds and had to undergo life-saving surgery.
In the footage Shaquille Liddie, identified as SL in a red triangle, can be seen pointing the gun at the victim, JB with a blue triangle.
There are hundreds of innocent bystanders who scatter when they hear the gun go off.
Liddie, 24, from Leeds, was identified as having been the gunman and admitted his role in the attack.
He pleaded guilty to attempted murder and possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life and was given 14 years behind bars.
Kemar Ricketts, 29, and Seion Allen, 33, both from Leeds, decided to go to trial, but were found guilty of attempted murder.
They were each sentenced to 19 years imprisonment at Leeds Crown Court today.
Detective Chief Inspector Jim Griffiths, of West Yorkshire Police Homicide and Major Enquiry Team, said: “This was an absolutely appallingly violent attack and it is only by sheer chance that the victim was not killed.
“These men armed themselves with a sawn-off shotgun, a machete and a knife and shot the victim at close range in a targeted attack that we have never been able to establish the basis for.
“The whole incident was captured on CCTV and it shows just how busy the area was with people enjoying the evening at the time and the obvious risks there were to others. A woman who was an innocent bystander received slash injuries to her leg during the attack.
“It took a very lengthy and protracted investigation into the circumstances to identify the men responsible and bring them to justice.
“We hope the significant sentences they have received will send a clear deterrent message to others about how seriously offences of this nature will be treated and the heavy penalties that people can expect.
“Guns have absolutely no place in the hands of criminals in our communities and we will continue to do everything we can to tackle firearms crime and protect people from the risks that violent offenders like these present.”
The heartbreaking moment a grown man stole a charity tin full of money from a supermarket store has been caught on camera.
The man was dressed in a red jumper, black cap and had a bright blue back pack shielding the tin as he stole the funds for the sick six-year-old girl from Adelaide.
CCTV footage obtained by 9 News show the man walking out of the IGA store after 6.15pm to buy a bottle of milk.
A conflict occurred between a group of young people and the guards of a restaurant in one of the nightclubs. Three visitors to the entertainment institution, being in a state of intoxication, provoked a conflict with other visitors of the club.
The guards asked the young people to leave the institution. They left, but after a while, the two guys returned, went into the club and fired several shots.
As a result, one guard from the received wounds died in the hospital, another guard and the visitor of the club were injured, they were hospitalized, their lives were not threatened.
The suspects were detained by police officers, involving the soldiers of Rosgvardia. From the scene of the crime seized: shot cartridge, shot.