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Shocking Video Shows Five-Story Building Casually Floating Down The River

Well, this is something you don’t see every day.






In this modern world, there really are a lot of amazing, shocking, and bizarre things that are happening around us. Thanks to technology, most of these moments are captured on video and shared on all sorts of social media platforms.

Recently, residents in Chongqing, China looked out their window and saw a five-story building casually floating down the Yangtze river. Many were so amazed but wondered how a structure that big could cruise down the river like it was a boat without even sinking in the water?

As it turns out, the five-story building is actually one of the last floating restaurants in Chongqing City. The massive structure was forced to relocate for violating the regulations at its previous dock.

The Chinese government has taken steps to ensure to protect the river from the waste that these floating restaurants dump on. Since mos of them don’t have waste management facilities, the government has officially prohibited these kinds of establishments.

But while the building is capable of floating and had actually been doing so for years, it does not have a motor power and could not move on its own. Thus, when it needed to be transferred, the five-story floating restaurant had to be pushed by two boats.

Young netizens joked that the building was being shipped to Hogwarts, but the wizards forgot to put up an invisibility shield around it to prevent muggles from seeing the edifice.

Since it’s very hard and sometimes impossible to move a building from one location to another, many were impressed that whoever was in charge of the relocation for finding a successful way to do so.

The five-story floating restaurant is certainly not the first perplexing and amusing building we’ve seen in China, and it certainly won’t be the last.

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69-Year-Old Man Wants To Legally Lower His Age To Attract More Women on Tinder

“Transgender people can now have their gender changed… In the same spirit, there should be room for age change.”

Mark Andrew



We’ve all heard the saying “age is just a number” and now a 69-year-old guy from Netherlands wants to challenge that in a whole different way. Emile Ratelband recently made headlines after saying that since transgender people are allowed to legally change their sex, he should be permitted to alter his age as well.

Although Ratelband’s viewpoints are raising a lot of eyebrows, he remains undaunted about his stand and he’s even taken his argument to court. His case is now in the court of Arnhmen city.

Emile Ratelband is 69 years old but says he feels like he’s 20 years younger.

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Teen’s Ultrasound Seemingly Shows She’s Pregnant With A Fish

This is fishy.




Kimberly Robles of Manait in Bacacay, Albay, Philippines became the talk of the town after she supposedly got pregnant by a fish! The 17-year-old started gaining weight about seven months ago with her stomach growing in line with a pregnancy.

Since Kimberly’s stomach suddenly grew bigger without warning, her family believed she was pregnant despite her young age. However, the teen kept insisting that she doesn’t have a boyfriend and she definitely didn’t have an intimate moment with any man.

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25 Maps That Are So Bad They’re Actually Good

I chuckled in #14.




For those who grew up pre-internet, you have definitely spent a lot of time exploring maps, be it for homework, personal knowledge, or simply out of boredom. You were memorizing countries, their capital cities, rivers, mountain ranges, flags, and dreaming of visiting them all.

However, now that you’re older and wiser, you realized that all these maps that you have spent countless hours looking at were not useful like you thought. Some are so hard to understand, and some don’t even make sense at all. Here are 25 terrible maps that are so bad they’re good.

1. After the flat earth theory, comes the cat earth theory.

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