This is the moment a runaway bull apparently got revenge on a police officer who shot it with a tranquiliser dart - by suddenly charging at him.
The beast was filmed running towards the terrified officer after being hit by the dart at the top of a hill in Turkey's north-central Corum Province.
Footage shows the cop's hat flying off as he flees for his life.
Although he quickly loses his footing and tumbles down the hill, he manages to get back to his feet and out of the way of the raging bull.
The animal had reportedly escaped being slaughtered as part of the Muslim festival of Eid al-Adha, in which creatures are sacrificed to remember the willingness of Abraham to sacrifice his own son as a show of loyalty to God.
A cheeky football fan got very brave when he decided to slap down a police officer who had been tasked with herding Celtic supporters away from the ground after a game.
The policeman had been shouting loudly at the line of fans as they made their way out of the National Football Stadium at Windsor Park in Belfast.
Despite no one causing any trouble, and all filing out in one group, the officer was loudly shouting: "Get to the junction, you go left!"
Clearly amused by the officer's overzealous directions, one cheeky Scot shouted in reply: "Calm down, Robocop!"
Other supporters can be heard laughing at the man's joke.
The feeling of waiting for a package can be as exciting and anxiety-inducing as the anticipation on Christmas Eve.
But one Dublin, California, man's mail delivery stirred up the wrong kind of anxiety when a UPS driver accidentally trapped him inside his apartment after leaving a package propped up against the door, and completely blocking the handle.
After the incident, Jessie Lawrence took to Twitter to reveal how he had been accidentally imprisoned inside his own home, sharing an image of the makeshift barricade, while explaining that he had to call his building's maintenance man to let him out.
If you're a girl who happens to live in an area where Muslim and African migrants are flocking to, perhaps you should put on these pointy panties in order to deter would be rapist and sexual gropes from those who were to uncivilized to realize that it's not acceptable for them to grab girls asses randomly.
A Sky News journalist at the Notting Hill carnival got more than he bargained for when he was left covered in coats of colourful paint.
Cheeky revellers keen to have their five minutes of fame playfully run into shot as journalist Joe Tidy is reporting live.
They spray a few drops of colourful paint his way, probably ruining what used to be a good shirt, but Joe just laughs it off.
"That's a bit of paint on me, great," he chuckles.
If history serves as correctly, there is bound to be the massive protests in the complete removal of all hand sanitizers that refuse to operate when people with extremely dark hands attempt to use them.
Watch as this African man attempts to use the hand sanitizer that apparently cannot see he's sticking his hand under the motion sensor.
The odd thing about this is, these detect motion, not the color of one's skin.
However, you can almost guarantee there's going to be massive backlash against the company that creates these hand sanitizer dispensers once black lives matter and Antifa see this.
You can almost hear the leftist screaming "white supremacy" is rearing its ugly head due to this dispenser not working properly.
This office employee had a bad start to day after he was bashed on the head by a car park security barrier as he made his way to work. Comical CCTV footage shows the office worker casually strolling through the gates when the barrier suddenly drops down and smacks him on the head. The bemused man can be seen staggering around and throwing his arms in the air in disbelief before walking off. A woman standing nearby barely reacts to the hilarious moment, which took place at Meridian Business Park, in Leicester at 7.20am last Friday (18/8)