An Australian had some cracking breakfast luck when he got not one, two, or three, but four double-yolk eggs in a row, video posted on September 22 shows.Stephanie Hunt filmed her husband as he cracked open the successive “double yolkers” and dropped them on the frying pan. She told Storyful it is always a welcome surprise when they find them.“One or two double yolkers are fun. Three or four – even better!” Hunt said.“We have a big family so double yolkers are always a hit…They served up very nicely on toast and the kids love them,” she added. Credit: Stephanie Hunt via Storyful
A performance of Giuseppe Verdi's "A Masked Ball" was interrupted at the Royal Theater in Madrid on Sunday by attendees upset at the venue's failure to implement social distancing.
About 270 pilot whales became stranded off the coast of Tasmania on Monday. Marine conservationists are now working fanatically to save the marine mammals, in an operation that could take days to complete.
Chicago man Adam Hollingsworth rode a horse down a major highway, on September 21, to protest children’s exposure to violence.Hollingsworth, also known as the Dreadhead Cowboy was filmed trotting and cantering his horse down the Dan Ryan Expressway, saying “kids lives matter”.The protest was aimed at drawing attention to the exposure of children to violence with Hollingsworth previously stating that young children’s voices have rarely been centered during widespread protests in support of black lives.Hollingsworth was eventually taken into custody and shared footage of himself being detained. Credit: Vashon Jordan Jr/@vashon_photo via Storyful
Musician Bad Bunny performed a concert on top of a moving flatbed truck in Manhattan, New York City on September 20.Footage uploaded to Twitter shows the Puerto Rican musician performing on a moving vehicle designed to look like a subway car. Local news reported in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, the route went though the Bronx and Washington Heights, stopping in front of Harlem Hospital.The concert steamed live on YouTube on the anniversary of Hurricane Maria, a category 5 hurricane which caused massive destruction in Puerto Rico in 2017. Credit: @JuanChoo94 via Storyful
Tropical Storm Beta brought strong waves to Kemah, Texas, on September 21, with the National Hurricane Center warning of “life-threatening storm surges” in portions of Texas and Louisiana.Video shows waves lashing the Kemah coastline, with uploader Daniel Harrison writing: “An angry Galveston Bay as Beta’s wind and surge rip apart docks in Kemah area.”Local news reported damage from flooding across Galveston County.As of 2 pm on September 21, according to the the National Hurricane Center, Tropical Storm Beta was nearing the central Texas coast with “rain bands with tropical storm force wind gusts spreading onshore the central and upper Texas coastal areas.” Credit: @danielharrison_ via Storyful
Tropical Storm Beta brought flooding to Galveston, Texas, on September 21, with the National Hurricane Center warning of “life-threatening storm surges” in portions of Texas and Louisiana.Home security video footage uploaded by Twitter user Zim Lovern shows a flooded driveway near Bay Harbor.Local news reported damage from flooding across Galveston County.As of 2 pm on September 21, according to the the National Hurricane Center, Tropical Storm Beta was nearing the central Texas coast with “rain bands with tropical storm force wind gusts spreading onshore the central and upper Texas coastal areas.” Credit: Zim Lovern via Storyful
Hurricane Teddy whipped Devonshire Bay, Bermuda, with winds reaching 90 mph on September 21.According to the National Hurricane Center, as of 2pm on September 21, Hurricane Teddy is forecast to move north-northeast as it approaches Nova Scotia. NHC warned of “life-threatening surf and rip current conditions.”Local news reported power outages affecting 217 Bermuda Electric Light Company customers. Credit: @jriedererphotography via Storyful
Little Latte the pampered hamster dozed off in her tiny living room, her pretend laptop nearby, while being brushed by her owner Jaieden Ace Shen.The latter half of the video shows Little Latte sitting in a wee chair munching on lettuce.Shen told Storyful Little Latte was rescued in Singapore and “now lives a life of luxury, well-loved and spoiled as a princess should be.” Credit: Hamstars via Storyful
These people were enjoying with their family at a lake. A guy swung on a rope swing from a cliff and dropped in the water after he couldn’t hold on. Afterward, a girl swung from another rope swing and dropped similarly after screaming.
Flooding was reported along North Carolina’s coast on Monday, September 21, as a “strong, long period swell” from distant Hurricane Teddy was expected to affect the coast through midweek.Hurricane Teddy was forecast to bring high surf and coastal flooding on the US coast as it tracked to the east of Bermuda on Monday. The storm was expected to impact parts of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, the Magdalen Islands, and Newfoundland by midweek.Footage captured by Janet Morrow Dawson, owner of the Cape Hatteras Motel, shows drivers on flooded roads in Buxton, North Carolina, on Monday. Credit: Cape Hatteras Motel via Storyful
Flooding was reported along North Carolina’s coast on Monday, September 21, as a “strong, long period swell” from distant Hurricane Teddy was expected to affect the coast through midweek.Hurricane Teddy was forecast to bring high surf and coastal flooding on the US coast as it tracked to the east of Bermuda on Monday. The storm was expected to impact parts of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, the Magdalen Islands, and Newfoundland by midweek.Footage captured by the National Weather Service Newport/Morehead shows conditions in Morehead City, North Carolina, on Monday. Credit: NWS Newport/Morehead via Storyful
Supporters of US President Donald Trump in Riverhead, New York, joined ‘MAGA Gras II,’ a parade that traveled across towns in Long Island on Sunday, September 20.Footage captured by Ned Dougherty shows Trump supporters lining the sidewalk outside the Riverhead Plaza mall. Vehicles join the parade as it passes through the area.Participants on the sidewalk and motorists can be seen flying American flags, Trump flags, and black, white, and blue ‘Thin Blue Line’ flags amid honking horns.According to local reports citing police, about 1,500 cars, trucks, and motorcycles traveled in the caravan from East Northport to Riverhead on Sunday morning.Clashes broke out between Trump supporters and a small group of protesters near the Riverhead Plaza mall after the parade ended. Police arrived at the scene and kept the two groups apart. There were no arrests, according to local media. Credit: Ned Dougherty via Storyful
Coastal flooding was reported across Galveston County, Texas, as Tropical Storm Beta edged closer on September 21, according to local media reports.Video showed submerged piers and flooded gardens in Galveston Bay, as the National Weather Service reported that the storm would bring flooding to the area due to rising high tides and a storm surge.This footage shows coastal flooding in Clear Lake Shores, where local authorities said the city hall had been closed.Tropical Storm Beta was due to make landfall late on September 21, with maximum sustained winds of 50 mph, elevated tides, and heavy rainfall, according to the National Weather Service. Credit: @FenwickAmanda via Storyful
A seven-feet long rat snake was found stuck in a fishing net outside a house in Tamil Nadu in India. The house owner contacted the fire and rescue department, who sent a snake handler. He held the snake by its tail and cut the net with a clipper. He captured the snake in a sack and left it in a deep jungle, away from civilization.
Coastal roadway flooding was reported across Galveston County, Texas, as Tropical Storm Beta edged closer to making landfall on September 21, according to local media reports.Video showed submerged piers and flooded gardens in Galveston Bay, as the National Weather Service reported that the storm would bring flooding to the area due to rising high tides and a storm surge.Further damage was caused in the area as a section of a fishing pier was discovered to have “come loose in the rough surf and tore away Sunday evening,” Galveston Island Beach Patrol Chief Peter Davis told the Galveston County Daily News.Tropical Storm Beta is set to make landfall late on September 21, with maximum sustained winds of 50 mph, elevated tides, and heavy rainfall, according to the National Weather Service. Credit: @texasbug via Storyful
Police have released footage of the moment a demonstrator was struck in the groin by a non-lethal round during a protest in Hollywood, California, on June 2.This footage, shared by the Los Angeles Police Department on September 18, shows body camera footage of the incident in which an officer fires a foam projectile that strikes a man’s groin.Police said they launched an investigation into the incident after a Los Angeles Times report identified the man who was struck.In an Instagram post, the 28-year-old said he had to have emergency surgery to save one of his testicles after it swelled to “at least twice the normal size” following the June 2 incident.Police said the investigation is continuing. Credit: Los Angeles Police Department via Storyful
Dozens were injured in southern India on Friday morning when sparks from firecrackers caused hundreds of helium balloons to explode above a crowd of revellers. The terrifying incident was captured on camera.
This grandma was pranked into saying curse words by her son-in-law. She was asked the Chinese translation of the words flower and bridge. It took her a moment to realise that she had been pranked.
Demonstrators rallied outside Sen Lindsey Graham’s house in Washington on the morning of Monday, September 21, to protest replacing Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg before the presidential election, local media reported.Ginsburg, who died of pancreatic cancer complications on Friday, recently said her most “fervent wish” was to not be replaced until a new president takes office, according to reports.Graham said on Twitter that he would support President Donald Trump “in any effort to move forward” regarding the Supreme Court vacancy.This video, filmed by Washington-based activist Collin Rees, shows a crowd of protesters outside of a residential building as police escort one person away. Rees said “over 100 activists” were protesting outside of Graham’s home in Washington on Monday morning. Credit: Collin Rees via Storyful
Photographer John Rowe captured drone footage of fall colors at Norton Pond, Vermont, sharing the results on YouTube on September 18.Rowe, a local photographer who posts under the name NEK Flyer on YouTube, has captured the changing of the seasons in previous years and the array of colors on show in 2020 is just as impressive.Vermont.com said on September 17 the stage was “set for a beautiful foliage season as early fall color begins to emerge across Vermont’s higher elevations and low-lying wetland areas where crimson swamp maples are already showing color.” Credit: NEK Flyer via Storyful
A humpback whale that stunned marine ecologists after swimming around 20 kilometers upriver in Australia’s Northern Territory headed back out to sea on September 20.The ABC reported that experts tracking the animal’s progress spotted it nine kilometers off the Van Diemen Gulf on Sunday, after it had spent 17 days in the East Alligator River in Kakadu National Park.The whale was one of three discovered in the crocodile-filled river on September 2, reports said.According to Kakadu National Park, experts believed it was the first time humpbacks had entered the river.“It’s been fantastic working with staff at Kakadu as well as expert scientists to identify ways to assist the whale, but I’m very happy it has found its own way,” said Dr Carol Palmer, a senior scientist for Northern Territory government.“This is the very best outcome we could have hoped for.” Credit: Kakadu National Park via Storyful
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the annual Surf Dog Surf-A-Thon was held virtually this year, with contestants around the world sending in GoPro footage of their wave-riding canines.
A study published by researchers from the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada suggests that COVID-19 patients can transmit the virus to their beloved pets.
Thousands of supporters of US President Donald Trump took part in a vehicle parade through Long Island on Sunday, September 20, as seen in this footage.The parade was organized by West Babylon resident Shawn Farash. “I started this event to energize the base, all generations young and old — to get them excited to vote for a president who is excited to fight for us,” Farash told Patch.com.The parade comprised hundreds of vehicles, including trucks and Humvees, and travelled from Northport to Riverhead. According to News 12 Long Island, there was a counter-protest in support of Joe Biden’s campaign in Greenport.The videographer also captured some Biden supporters on camera as he filmed the parade. One woman boos the videographer as she drives past, and another calls him a “f***ing racist p****” as she passes. Credit: Chris V via Storyful