Getting behind the wheel of a car can give some drivers a powerful ego boost, particularly if the vehicle happens to be an expensive model.
Feeling dominant while in control of a vehicle doesn’t always bode well for the ones in control, however, and there are a lot of instances where wanting to dominate the highway gives birth to the all-encompassing feeling of road rage.
In most instances, road rage doesn’t really end well, resulting in accidents, deaths, and injuries.
This particular hot-headed driver got a healthy helping of karma right after exhibiting some ill-timed aggression:
BMW attempts to crowd into the other lane…
This road rager in Durban, South Africa gave vent to his entitlement over the lane he or she was driving in a video taken from a dashboard camera.
Trying to take over one lane, the driver of the BMW attempted to swerve on to the lane occupied by another car.
Fortunately, the driver of the smaller vehicle was quick-thinking enough to avoid the larger BMW by switching to another lane in the wide four-lane highway.
Too bad for the aggressive driver on the left, the risky scare tactic maneuver to overpower the smaller vehicle resulted in the BMW skidding towards the shoulder of the road.
A fitting finish…
Alas, the road rager realized too late that driving a powerful car didn’t automatically equate to being a powerful driver.
Trying to get the bigger car back on track to the right lane only caused it to hit the shoulder and fall into a ditch.
While no one was injured except for a healthy ego beating suffered by the errant driver, the incident just goes to show that road rage leads nowhere productive at all.
And that’s instant karma for you.
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It's like a scene out of a movie. A crime show host is live on television, reporting about the conviction of a criminal who was apprehended with the help of the show. When the mugshot of the felon was flashed on the screen beside him, the man on the image looks shockingly similar to the crime show host.
Except this actually happened in real life...sort of.
Jason Mohammad, one of the hosts of the BBC crime show “Crimewatch”, was reporting an update together with fellow presenter Sophie Raworth.
Nepalese Kids Go Through Terrifying Cable Ride Just to Get to School
Other kids don’t know how lucky they are.
I'm in awe of children from poor countries doing whatever it takes just to get an education. The stories should be shared to your children to let them know how lucky they are to be able to stroll or take the bus to get to school safely. So the next time your kid whines about being too lazy to walk to school, just show him these pictures of children in Dhaing Village in Nepal. Here, children have no choice but to cross the river using a flimsy cable bridge if they want to reach class.
All this trouble just to get to class.
High School Girl Beats the Crap Out of A Guy Who Bullied Her On Facebook
Tough luck, kid.
If you're a guy, getting beat up by another dude in front of other people is already embarrassing as sh*t. So what more if you get your ass handed to you by a girl? This is what happened to this high school kid in Sonoma Valley High School in California, who was reportedly bullying a girl on Facebook. The girl may be facing charges because of the incident.
According to ABC 7, when the girl confronted him personally at school about that problem, he threw water at her. That's when things got really humiliating for the dude, because unknown to him, girl's got some MMA skills.
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