A high school girl’s basketball game erupted into a violent brawl last weekend when an argument between one of the referees and a coach led to a heated blowout. The official was caught on video throwing a punch at a spectator and a player before being body-slammed to the ground and then attacked by the player.
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Chair Girl’s OnlyFans account appears to be working for her. Marcella Zoia, who infamously threw a chair off a Toronto highrise balcony in 2019 garnering her the nickname Chair Girl, not to mention many court dates, has told Narcity she’s made $250,000 after just five months on the racy social media platform where people can view photos and videos and content ranging from cheesecake to nudity to sex.
Video of a booze-fuelled job site stripper party in Milton posted to social media has cost a group of drywallers their jobs. The series of videos depict the men — now-former employees of Concord-based Nelmar Drywall Co. Ltd. — drinking and partying with a semi-nude woman inside of a home under construction.
A Cape Breton resident has made a disturbing discovery: Almost two dozen decapitated seals dotting the shores of two beaches. “I was in disbelief … I’ve never seen anything like it,” said Kimberly Hayman, who’s lived in Dominion, Nova Scotia for three years. “I don’t like to see any animals suffer. I was just really disturbed.”
The Pentagon has confirmed the authenticity of newly leaked video and images showing multiple UFO sightings by U.S. Navy personnel, as the government prepares to release a highly anticipated first-of-its-kind report on UFOs this summer. An 18-second video shows what is described as three pyramid-shaped UFOs hovering over the warship USS Russell at night in July of 2019 off the San Diego coast. At one point, the pyramid-shaped crafts reportedly hovered 700 feet over the tail of the Russell.
A video of dancers twerking in hotpants at an Australian military event has sent the country into a spin. The scene was incongruous, bizarre and funny. So of course it went viral when it emerged on Wednesday. But the music video-style choreography – featuring thumps, thrusts and butt shakes – also came under attack. Conservative lawmakers led the chorus of those calling it “inappropriate”. Tabloids splashed headlines slamming military standards. But others found offence elsewhere – projecting shame onto the dancers, and labelling their routine as too “sexualised”.