Netizens overwhelmed as child’s entire KG class turns up for his adoption
It was such a special day for Michael, who was being adopted officially by his foster parents
after almost a year, and to top it off, his entire kindergarten class turned up in solidarity for his adoption hearing. Michael was seen to be at ease beside his foster parents, Andrea Melvin and Dave Eaton, and with his “other family”- his classmates and teacher-whom he had also invited. The images that went viral in no time was posted by the Supreme Court of Michigan, who too were surprised seeing the affection Michael’s friends displayed by turning up to attend his special day. The photos, understandably, has so far garnered more than 45,000 likes and have been shared more than 112,000 times.
Young nyala antelope headbutting adult leopard moves internet
It was an overwhelming moment for safari riders at Kruger National Park in South Africa when they witnessed a young nyala calf headbutting a leopard in a bid to escape its clutches. The guide, Andrie Fourie, who filmed the entire events stated that he was shell shocked by the whole sequence and that it was the first time he had witnessed something as such. Netizens, on seeing the video, were wishing that the leopard would abandon the nyala, but all hopes were dashed. The video goes on to show the young antelope coming close to the leopard, resting on the ground and headbutting it a few times, before they stroll off to a distance. Later, as the antelope tries to make yet another attempt to flee, the leopard, however, springs into action and grabs it by the neck and disappears into the wild shrubs.
Twitterati hope Indians are polite like the baggage on airport conveyor belt
Netizens were amused after seeing baggage moving in a ‘polite’ manner on a conveyor belt inside Singapore airport. The video, captioned, ‘Singapore’s Changi airport - where the baggage is polite, has manners’ was tweeted by a user and has since garnered more than 28,000 retweets and 51,000 likes. In the video, the baggage of passengers move from one conveyor belt to another and when they sense a baggage before them, they halt before moving into the empty space beside it. Watching the video, many poked jibe at Indians suggesting that they too should be patient and polite like the baggage rather than cutting a line. While many appreciated the technology, a user commented, “For some reason, it is so stressful to watch. The baggage is braking at the last moment, much like the Indian traffic.”