Surveillance footage shows a man forcibly touching and groping a woman even while she calls 911 at the Dekalb Deli in Brooklyn, New York.
Nine men have been told they could be jailed after they admitted taking part in a mass brawl at a bar.
Around 20 people were caught up in the violent scenes which saw chairs and glasses thrown around the pub, in Headingley, Leeds.
A 28-year-old man had to be pulled to safety by a barman after he suffered a nasty gash to the back of his head and needed to be treated in hospital.
The men, who are aged between 20 and 27, all pleaded guilty to affray at Leeds Crown Court on Thursday, March 21.
The fight erupted in The Arc, in the early hours of Saturday, February 17 last year, Leeds Live reports.
Every thief has their own tools of trade and methods of easily getting their hands on anything they desire. Most prefer the surprise attack method where they easily make away with valuables without alerting the unsuspecting owners.
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Crown Heights, Brooklyn – A woman was walking down the street in Brooklyn when she was suddenly sucker punched.
It happened on Saturday, March 9th at around 12:10 p.m. at the northeast corner of Nostrand Avenue and Crown Street in Crown Heights.
The man walked up to the 27-year-old woman and suddenly punched her right in the head.
He then ran off northbound on Nostrand Avenue.
The victim was able to drive herself to Kingsbrook Hospital
A policeman was arrested for attacking a woman in the early hours of Thursday (21), in a cafeteria in Rio de Janeiro. Images of the security camera show the moment when the police officer, armed, arrives at the scene and attacks the owner at the counter.
According to the victim, his wife asked for a snack using an applicative. The food arrived different than the request, and the couple called to complain. There was a telephone discussion. According to the victim, the man said that he was a delegate of the Federal Police and said that he would go by car to arrest her.
A priest has been stabbed during morning mass at a church in Montreal that was being broadcast live online and on television.
At around 8.40am, Father Claude Grou was conducting the service at Saint Joseph's Oratory when the attacker, who has not been named, suddenly rushed at him from one of the pews.
He ran towards the priest, stabbing him in the upper body, as members of the congregation watched on in horror.
Father Grou fell to the ground but got back up immediately as worshipers stood between him and the attacker to put distance between them until police arrived.
The attacker has not been named or charged. He was taken into custody and will be interviewed this afternoon.
It remains unclear what his motive was.
This is the moment a yob was filmed smashing up the windows of a mosque in Birmingham in a late-night rampage.
The mosque targeted is the Masjid Faizul Islam in Broadway, Perry Barr and it was one of five in the city to be vandalised last night, with anti-terror officers now investigating.
Muslim worshippers in the city say they are afraid to take their children to prayers following the attacks, which took place less than a week after the Christchurch massacre.
The video footage shows a man wearing a hat with his face covered as he walks towards the mosque in the early hours. He is carrying an object in his hand, thought to be a hammer, and uses it to smash a window of the mosque.
A carer has been caught on camera repeatedly slapping a 78-year-old woman with dementia and telling her she stinks. She has been given a police caution.
This is the moment a brazen thief repaid a charity cafe's kindness - by swiping a worker's ipad.
A CCTV camera at the KindaKafe shop which offers free coffee to people in need caught the thankless man swiping the device as a member of staff made him a coffee.
The perpetrator visited the cafe at around 1.30pm on Monday (March 18) and while the barista's back was turned he leaned over the counter and stuffed the device into a bag.
The man, who came in to the cafe with another woman, quickly left unnoticed, with staff only realising the iPad had gone 45 minutes later.
After hoping that with a little compassion the device would be returned, the cafe in Norwich, Norfolk, are now appealing to help find iPad.
There is shocking video of a person firing several shots into a parked Jeep in Brooklyn.
Surveillance video shows the moments the suspect opened fire on Madison Street and Marcy Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant during rush hour last Thursday.
Authorities say a 40-year-old man was inside the car, but amazingly, he was not hurt. The suspect was last seen wearing a dark-colored jacket, a gray sweatsuit and black and white sneakers. So far, no arrests have been made.
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CHICAGO (WLS/CNN) - A Chicago teen is being hailed for his bravery after he used a broom to scare off a dog that went after his 7-year-old cousin.
The incident which occurred in the Englewood neighborhood Monday, was caught on surveillance camera.
The relentless dog attack initially seemed unending until Jamal Anderson stepped in to help his cousin Karl Kelly.
“The dog tried to bite me,” said Karl, a fifth grader.
As Karl and his relatives were about to leave for school, the dog which may have been a pit bull, latched onto his backpack.
The 50-pound first-grader tried his best to escape.
“I just kept hearing the three kids yelling. They’re all just yelling, screaming, crying but they didn’t know what to do because they’re still young,” said 13-year-old Jamal.
The dog had Karl cornered, but that’s when Jamal with broom in hand, came to his cousin’s aid.
A single swing was all it took to rescue Karl.
A man in south-west China has been arrested for selling his toddler daughter online for £6,800 in order to pay off his gambling debts.
The man, identified by his surname Jiang, sold the child to a couple after racking up a debt of more than 60,000 yuan (£6,798) by gambling online, according to Chinese reports.
The unemployed man in Guiyang, Guizhou province took his one-year-old daughter away from home and told his wife that the girl would be staying with her grandmother.
A man was arrested for attempted murder after he allegedly drove a stolen car into a 24-hour gym in Los Angeles.
The vehicle smashed through glass at the front entrance of a Crunch Fitness in the 12800 block of Valley View Avenue in La Mirada at about 2 am, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
Witnesses described hearing the revving of an engine and seeing a man get out of the car, Deputy Juanita Navarro-Suarez said.
An "unknown item" inside a garbage truck exploded Tuesday morning, injuring the truck's operator as he was working in Oakland, according to the Alameda County Sheriff's Office.
The explosion occurred at roughly 7:53 a.m. in the area of Moss and Fairmount avenues, the sheriff's office reported. A surveillance footage shows the driver standing behind the truck, emptying out recycling bins, before something in the truck exploded and sent him to the ground.
The garbage truck operator suffered non-life threatening injuries and was taken to a hospital, according to the sheriff's office.
Authorities do not believe that the explosion was caused by a bomb.
Two Missouri men were arrested during St. Patrick’s Day weekend after reportedly trying to make off with the statue of a mob boss sitting outside a Hot Springs bar.
Mike Pettey, the owner of the Ohio Club, 336 Central Ave., said he was inside the bar shortly after midnight on Saturday when a patron came in and told him, “I just saw Al [Capone] going down the sidewalk.”
Pettey, 57, bought a life-size statue of Al Capone when he first took over the Ohio Club nine years ago, and the gangster had been sitting outside during its operating hours ever since. The bar, which opened in 1905 and claims to be Arkansas’ oldest, was host to a number of celebrity gangsters, including Bugsy Siegel, Bugs Moran, Lucky Luciano and Al Capone during the 1920s, according to the business’s website.
March 9th, Mr. Lu held the child in the elevator and met Chen, who was smoking. Mr. Lu said that he would advise him not to smoke. Chen did not listen. He blew the ash to them, and then caused mutual anger. Chen was seriously injured and reported to the police. The police station apologized to Mr. Lu, and finally Mr. Lu compensated him for 1,500 yuan.
A 'Bonnie and Clyde' couple were seen canoodling in the street moments before storming a Spar shop armed with a meat cleaver to steal £210 from the till.
Before she burst into the store, Ashley Turner-Platt, 30, shared a kiss with her 28-year old boyfriend Ashley Turner and whispered: 'That's an easy shop to rob'.
Dramatic CCTV pictures then captured the mother-of-three holding the weapon aloft as she ordered the couple who run the shop in Blackpool to hand over the takings.
Shopkeeper Susan Evans, 63, who was behind the till, initially refused to hand over the money but Turner-Platt grabbed the victim's 65-year-old husband Lee.
As Mr Evans tried to call 999, the blonde haired robber - sporting a turquoise bobble hat, black jacket and black gloves - pushed him onto the counter, held the cleaver over his face and made chopping motions shouting: 'Just give me the f***ing money.'
Mrs Evans eventually handed over £210 and Turner-Platt and her boyfriend were seen running away and dumping the meat cleaver in an alleyway. Both were arrested later with inquiries revealing they had 46 previous offences between them on the record.
At Preston Crown Court the couple, both from Blackpool, stood side-by-side in the dock as they pleaded guilty to robbery on the morning of November 16 last year.
Turner-Platt was jailed for five years and Turner, who had serving a suspended sentence for assault, was locked up for six years and 10 months.
A man is fighting for his life after a vicious brawl at a nightclub's St Patrick's Day party.
A hotel owner plunged a car into the crowds in a downstairs shop as a loud stereo playing there was affecting his business.
The terrifying moment, shot in Shantou City in southern China's Guangdong Province on March 17, shows a black car suddenly plunge into crowds choosing home textiles in a shop.
After the car stops, the driver climbs out of the vehicle through the window and tries to ignite the fuel tank on the car but fails.
Then he punches a woman who stops him lighting the clothes and runs into the stop.
Police went on site after receiving the report and arrested the driver.
According to reports, the driver named Yu is the owner of a hotel above the shop.
Since the stereo used to promote the home textiles in the shop was too loud it affected his hotel's business upstairs, prompting the angry hotel owner plunged a car into the shop deliberately.
Several customers had minor injuries. Police detained Yu and the case was in further investigation.
A three-year-old girl miraculously survived from being dragged underneath an SUV for over a dozen meters in southern China.
A Vallejo, California family had a shock after home security footage revealed a burglar inside their house while the family - including chilldren - were sleeping. Schendelle Bohulano posted the video to Facebook.
Stefan Clark has been jailed for 32 months after the attempted robbery.
A runaway driver is still at large after she slammed into a motorcyclist, briefly rushed to the rider's aid and then fled the scene before help arrived.
CCTV footage from a store along Sydney Road at Brunswick, a suburb in Melbourne, captured the unregistered green Ford Falcon attempt to turn off the busy road at about 3.30pm on Monday.
As the car crosses two lanes of opposing traffic to reach Cozen Street, the car slams into the side of an oncoming motorbike and the force sends the rider sliding across the bitumen.