Armed man tries to rob my store, he’s going to get a cap in his ass, I don’t care if he’s driving away or riding a magic pony into the sunset.

In United States of America, it has become very common for thieves to rob malls. Thieves entering malls at inappropriate times with thin crowd and threatening with guns is familiar news. One such shocking incident has been caught on CCTV camera.

A thief tried to rob a cellphone shop by threatening the staff with a gun. An Indian, employed there as a part-timer showed his courage and stopped the thief from succeeding. He was involved in a brutal fight with the robber. Checkout the CCTV footage of robbery and their brutal fight below.

Woohoo, my weekly dose of “Two Wongs don’t make a white”kinda story.

A Chinese mother was left heartbroken after a DNA test showed that the child she had too-handsome-son-750x405raised for 28 years was not her real son. Her ex-husband became suspicious and demanded the test because he couldn’t understand how the boy had turned out so handsome.

The young man’s mother, referred to only as Zhang by Chinese media, said that ever since her son was born, friends and family had always been surprised about how different the child looked, and how handsome he was compared to them. Over the years, all these comments sowed the seeds of doubt in her husband’s mind, and affected their marriage. All the arguments about their son being “too good looking” eventually ended in a divorce, but that wasn’t enough to lay the man’s suspicions to rest.

Zhang and her husband divorced in 2004, but 7 years later, the man demanded a DNA test to make sure that the son they had raised together was actually their flesh and blood.

“[My son] has big eyes and a high nose bridge. His father is not very good looking and is quite different [from my son],” Zhang told Kan Kan News.

The result of the DNA test showed that the father had been right in suspecting that the boy was not his real son. Both his ex wife and the son, Wang Ye, were devastated by the news, and just didn’t want to believe it was true. In 2016, Wang took another DNA test, but the result was the same.

Wang ye was delivered at Shanghai First Maternity and Infant Hospital in February, 1989, and his mother suspects that he was switched at birth. However, the hospital has refused to give the family an explanation, because “they could not find the records from that time”.

Zhang and her son have filed a lawsuit against the hospital and are now hoping to somehow find Wang Ye’s real parents. They have no leads, except for the assumption that they are about as handsome as he is.

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My world has officially been turned upside down by learning what 12 year olds can do these days

At an age when most kids keep their hands busy with video game controllers, smartphones or tablets, 12-year-old Ezrah Dormon, from Panama City, is already a popular tattoo artist. Despite his young age, people are lining up to have him ink a permanent tattoo into their skin.

Tattoo parlors are usually off-limits to kids, but walk into the Honolulu tattoo shop in Panama City, and you may see a cute long-haired kid painstakingly working on a client’s tattoo or honing his inking skills on a grapefruit. His name is Ezrah, and he is already one of the most in-demand artists in Panama. I don’t know what it is about getting tattooed by an inexperienced child, but people are reportedly lining up to have him work his magic on them. They’ve all been pleased with his work, too.

While his pre-teen peers start pushing boundaries and seeking more freedom, Ezrah Dormon is mastering a skill usually reserved for adults. The 12-year-old Panama City boy is tattooing people for real; and he’s even inked his mum and his maths teacher.

He currently apprentices for the Honolulu tattoo parlour and people are lining up to get inked with his designs. You might be wondering how on earth someone who isn’t old enough to get a tattoo ends up tattooing others.

It all began when Ezrah, already a competent artist, attended a tattoo party with his mother Wynter Rosen and watched her get a tattoo. The youngster showed such a keen interest in the process that, with his mum’s blessing, shop owner Ali Garcia allowed him to fill in part of the tattoo.

Now Ezrah, who goes by Eztheshark on Instagram thanks to his particular love of sharks, is on a roll and gaining worldwide attention for his considerable talents.

He practises on citrus fruits, draws up his own designs and has just completed his first full tattoo, after contributing to many under close supervision from his mentors Ali and Margarita Marzon.

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Sir! I am appalled at the vulgarity of your language!

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The trouble with fiction is that it makes too much sense. Reality never makes sense.

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Saying it like it is.

“Our cover story this week may generate controversy, but only among the stupid.” – Bloomberg Businessweek editor Josh Tyrangiel. {Via}

I’ll make ya Jump Jump, wiggle and shake your rump. Cause I’ll be kicking the flavor that makes you wanna Jump. How high? Real high Cause I’m just so fly.

Paris-based agency AZC used three giant lifebuoy-like inflatable modules strung together by cord to create one of the most enjoyable ways to cross the River Seine.

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