Malaysia-based Keow Wee Loong is a photographer and when he married Marta Sibielak, he knew he had to do something truly special to make their wedding photos memorable. So, the newlyweds spent three months travelling and taking pictures in some of the world's most recognisable locations.
Double trouble! Toddler twins were caught escaping from their crib and the video makes for a sweet watch. A short clip, posted on YouTube by Caters Clips, shows identical twin brothers, Greyson and Judah Alders, running amok in the bedroom of their home in New Jersey, United States.
Welcome to "Goat Yoga," the latest fitness craze sweeping the United States, where young and old are lining up for the popular classes that leave participants not only saying "namaste" but also in stitches.
A video going viral shows a little girl wondering if her Father's Day gift is a bust because she just cannot understand how a vinyl works. The hilarious video has collected over a million views on Facebook and another 6.3 lakh views on Instagram.
A man recently set a Guinness World Record by playing the piano and, surprisingly, it wasn't because of a particularly complex musical composition that he played.
Rather, Portuguese-American musician Domingos-Antonio Gomes played a single note over and over again - as many times as he could - in a single minute.
A bizarre video circulating online shows the exact moment a man drove his car into a convenience store. His reason? He simply didn't want to waste time parking his car. We're not kidding - the whole thing was captured on a CCTV camera.
In a promotional stunt that's truly out of this world, fast-food chain KFC plans to send a chicken burger into "space" with the help of a high-altitude balloon. Well, technically, the burger will travel to the edge of space.
A 23-year-old student who was caught shoplifting in the American state of Wyoming initially claimed she was doing it as part of her "research" into kleptomania. She now faces additional criminal charges after police officers searched her hostel room and allegedly found other stolen items worth thousands of dollars.
Raccoons. The Internet loves the little mammals referred to as "trash pandas." Known popularly as "masked bandits" due to the distinct dark marks around their eyes that make them look like masked robbers, one raccoonlived up to the nickname after being filmed stealing a woman's lunch.