Flight crew take #Kikichallenge to new level
The infamous #Kikichallenge that took social media by storm, has been landing people into trouble for many months now. The bizarre challenge involves people stepping out of a moving vehicle to perform a dance move.
The latest addition to this global madness involves a Mexican pilot Alejandra Manriquez and a flight attendant getting down from a moving aircraft to perform the challenge, inspired by a song by Drake.
While the aircraft slowly moved on the runway, the girls continued performing their dance. A Twitter user raised questions concerning the safety of the move, saying, “Gorgeous.. But are they still licensed to fly?”
Move over Kung-fu Panda, Picasso’s at work
For those of you with a penchant for art works created by animals, this come as a good news. Close to 100 unique paintings were sold at the Vienna Zoo for about 490 Euros (Rs 40,550). These paintings were actually created by a resident giant panda. A recent YouTube video showcases this cuddly animal holding a paint brush made using bamboo and adding colour to a sheet held by a caretaker. The money raised with the help of these artworks is going to be used to publish a book about the Austrian Zoo’s Panda to attract attention to the endangered species. And Tweeple can barely stop fawning over the panda.
Japanese man and tabby set #TravelGoals
While #TravelGoals may be a staple for millennials the world over, a Japanese tabby has turned into an Instagram sensation, all thanks to his loyal owner. The tabby who even has a dedicated handle, Nyankichi Noraneko on the photo-sharing site finds himself in exotic locations, where his owner painstakingly sets up picture postcard-level compositions of his pet. From Shinto shrines to even active volcanic spots, this little tabby seems to have mastered the art of posing for pictures. Instagrammers swear he is a born model and is beyond adorable in all the pictures. Here’s hoping the duo makes it to India.