A racecourse horse ended up in the unlikeliest of places - inside the kitchen of a diner. Four-year-old mare Rosamaria was coming back from the tracks at Redcar Racecourse in England when she broke loose from her handler.
Ouch! That must've hurt. A video circulating on social media shows the exact moment a car ran into a hostess at an auto show in Sichuan, China. The car was apparently demonstrating its smart brake system when the incident occurred.
Not all superheroes wear capes - some, like this delivery man, bring you pizza when you are extremely hungry and stranded on a delayed train. In a tweet posted last week, Washington, D.C. resident Mitch Katz tweeted about pizza being delivered while he was stuck on a train.
An artist's lifelike masks are proving to be a source of trauma for the internet. American sculptor Landon Meier is known for making hyper-realistic silicone masks. A mask of a little girl, so real, you'll have to look twice.
It's fairly well known now that former official White House photographer Pete Souza has been subtly trolling US President Donald Trump by sharing some perfectly timed throwback photographs of ex-POTUS Barack Obama on his Instagram account. Adding to that list is a new post on the Former First Couple.
It's a post that has gone viral across platforms on social media. A man's touching anecdote about meeting British actor Sir Roger Moore as a child is tugging at everyone's heartstrings. The actor, best known for playing James Bond on the big screen, died aged 89 on Tuesday.
For the first time since he famously dropped out 13 years ago, Mark Zuckerberg returned to the Harvard dorm room where he lived and created Facebook. And how else would he document that special moment in his life but with a Facebook Live video.
In Facebook and Twitter posts addressed to Uber, Pune resident Ambika Sharma Anavkar details how a cab driver continuously texted her days after she booked a ride for her relatives. Her posts have since prompted the cab company to start an investigation and take action against the driver, barring him from using the app.
Here's a cautionary tale for all parents of little children - never leave your child home alone with money or valuables within easy reach. Chances are, they will find it and, as in the case of this little boy in China, also probably destroy it.