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Guy Buys Cheap Hoverboard Online. It Explodes Before He Can Use It!

Exploding hoverboard caught on video!

Although hoverboards have become very popular as of late, many people still reject its name because they have wheels and, you know, they do not hover at all – pretty much unlike what Marty McFly used in the Back to the Future movies.

A bigger issue about these hoverboards, however, is that several news reports have confirmed that some of these two-wheeled boards explode.

Besides, some enterprising manufacturers (mostly from China) created their own low-cost versions and sold them to the public for a much cheaper price. What’s the catch here, you ask? Well, the products are obviously substandard and so user safety can be a problem.

This guy from UK learned his lesson the hard way.

YouTuber BuleBritish ordered a hoverboard from eBay and did a video about it.

YouTuber BuleBritish ordered a hoverboard from eBay and did a video about it.

Source: BuleBritish

According to BuleBritish, he charged the hoverboard overnight and wanted to take it for a test ride the next day. Needless to say, things didn’t go as planned.

After several attempts, the board didn’t move at all.

After several attempts, the board didn’t move at all.

Source: BuleBritish

He tried several times but the board stayed in its place. Eventually, BuleBritish was shocked when it suddenly caught fire.

You can watch the video here:

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After being uploaded on YouTube last January 13, the video now has 1,291,243 views.

No wonder these self-balancing scooters have been confiscated in the UK and banned by the US Postal Service from plane shipping. Actually, even Amazon decided to pull out the products from their stores early on.

So if you’re planning to purchase a hoverboard, go for those produced by top manufacturers. Or maybe just buy a bike. That’s probably much safer in the first place.

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Sperm Donor Who Fathered Over 800 Children Says He Advertises Through Facebook

This is one heck of a father!

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Simon Watson, a British man who is thought to be the world’s most productive sperm donor, claims he has father over 800 children in 16 years. He finds his clients through Facebook by advertising his sperm donation services. He offers this, as he terms it his “magic potion”, at £50.

Watson who is from Wembley, London said he has helped people from 12 countries around the world including Spain and Taiwan. He meets women in hotels and car parks, from the UK and other parts of the world, every week and delivers his sperm.

In October 2015, he posted on Facebook that a first time client told him that it was a success in 3 days, and it was three first time tries. He said that he must be slowing down that year because in 2014 he got 3 pregnant within 8 hours. His Facebook page is full of pictures of his biological children and success stories....

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Scientists Discover a Hormone Spray that Makes Men More Attractive to Women

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Scientists Discover Wasp Venom as Potential Cure for Cancer

If you think wasps cause nothing but pain and suffering, think again.

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If you think wasps cause nothing but pain and suffering, think again.

New research findings recently published in the Biophysical Journal showed that the venom of wasp species Polybia paulista can target cancerous cells and attack its cell membrane, ultimately leading to cell death. The antimicrobial peptide aptly known as Polybia-MP1 which was extracted from the venom of Polybia paulista was found to inhibit numerous types of cancerous cells. It has also been found that the venom is selective in the sense that it doesn't target noncancerous cells! How awesome is that? And to further add to its badassery, the venom also exhibited bactericidal activities against bacteria. Take that, cancer!

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