Chennai: Hikers poke ‘sleeping animal’ only to discover that it’s something else entirely
A video going viral on Twitter shows a couple of hikers in Mexico trying to wake what they thought was an animal, and later finding out that it was a throng of hundreds of spiders.
The “sleeping animal”—as the hikers quoted in the video—in Alamos, Sonora, came awake as long-legged brown spiders crawled speedily away from each other!
The video, which has garnered about 2 million views until now, has left folks on the internet wildly disgusted and some, in awe of the throng of spiders.
Animal lovers also identified these spiders as pholcidae, and explained that they are not venomous or a threat to humans in any way.
Jahmaul Allen, 28, who works for American Airlines at Toronto Pearson International Airport as an airline agent recently did some moves on the runway tarmac to cheer up a crying baby on the airplane, and a video of the incident has received tons of shares on Twitter. While viewers are calling Jahmaul a “real hero,” he said, “I felt like I needed to brighten the kid’s life. I made her smile, so I continued to dance.” The video was taken by a passenger travelling on the same flight and Jahmaul can be spotted swinging his lighting indicators as props for his hip-hop moves!
Haryana lad launches massive campaign to protest Google Pixel’s customer service
Manu Aggarwal from Haryana bought a Google Pixel in 2017, but his phone had several problems throughout the year. He attempted to fix it at licensed service outlets, or by mailing the brand, and complaining on social media, but his efforts were of no avail. This prodded Manu to take the matter further, and he posted banners and billboards across hot spots in New Delhi to grab the brand’s attention! As his crafty protest against Google Pixel went viral, many others suffering the same fate sided with him, and claimed “the marketing strategies of Google were great, but the brand’s customer service was fraudulent!”