Epic fails to the safety features we install in our house are most of the times pretty disappointing. We invest hefty cash on all sorts of security tools to make our properties safe from unscrupulous people like CCTVs, electronic door locks, shocks for gates, or even hire a bunch of security to guard the house. But when your gate, which is supposed to be your first line of defense, comes crumbling down, will it be a disadvantage to you or can it be of some sort of benefit?
A surveillance video making rounds on Facebook shows a man trying to infiltrate a property through a tall white gate. His attempt, however, led him to face a literally heavy consequence that he had to carry for quite some time.
A thief tries to break into an iron gate in Vietnam.
The footage starts by presenting a white gate that is secured by a padlock. A stranger then approaches the gate holding something that appears to be a crowbar. The sneaky thief then crouched down to find a way in by yanking the gate open from the bottom but fails. He tested the gate for a couple of seconds but his unsuccessful attempts led him to bang the gate even harder. However, the gate seems sturdy enough to be taken down by simple blows.
But as the thief was forcing to open the gate, it started to fall.
As the thief keeps trying to open the gate, an unexpected incident happened that probably made the man regret his evil plans. It was almost as worse as getting caught by the property owners or as painful as getting attacked by guard dogs. The heavy gate came toppling over him and he was instantly detained behind bigger bars on the spot.
The gate later crashed down on him, leaving his leg injured.
The three units of the tall gate went down, landing right on the man’s leg. He tried to stand up to escape, only to find his leg broken. When he pulled himself out of the fallen gate, the injured thief had to use his weapon as a cane to run away from the scene.
The thief managed to get away using his crowbar as his cane.
The owners of the property were reportedly not home, but their dog scared the thief away. The footage was said to emerge from Ho Chi Minh, South Vietnam in February 2016.
Watch the whole footage of the failed robbery below.
Horrifying Footage Shows Nurses Laughing As A Dying WWI Vet Calls For Help
This is a total disregard for life.
Nurses are supposed to be the ones who will take care of their patients, especially those who are weak and frail. Sadly, there are some nurses who do not uphold their pledge as professionals who should provide high-quality care to their clients.
A new footage has been released showing how some nurses laughed as a World War II veteran is dying, after becoming unconscious. In the video, the poor patient has been heard pleading for help six times, before the nurses went into his room at the Northeast Atlanta Health and Rehabilitation.
James Dempsey is a decorated World War II veteran from Woodstock, Georgia.
Footage Shows An Airport Worker Opening And Rummaging Through Passenger Luggage
This has been one growing concern among travelers.
It has been a great concern among travelers to make sure their pieces of luggage are safe, especially if they will board an airplane. This is because of the growing number of incidents involving airport workers stealing items from the passengers.
Now, a new footage shows a man opening the bags of the passengers and rummaging through the contents. Apparently, he has been looking for valuables to steal.
The man named Abdullah Hayee Mayeh, a 29-year-old airport worker, was arrested following a CCTV footage showing him opening passenger bags.
Egyptian Celebrity Makes Fun Of Filipino Accent In An Interview
She laughed about how the Filipinos in Dubai talked to her in English.
The various countries across the globe have different languages. In each country, the people possess their own way of pronunciation based on their culture and environment. While English is the universal language, but it's not the first language for many countries across the globe.
Hence, when people speak in English, there is a tendency for them to carry on their own accents, and this has been a common mockery across the globe, especially for individuals who are fluent in speaking the language.
Filipinos are well-known to easily adapt to different languages worldwide. However, just like other nationalities, Filipinos may carry a distinct accent when speaking the language, which is innate and should be understandable.
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