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China’s Famed Rooftop Daredevil Dies After Falling Off a Skyscraper

His fans are devastated.

Wang Yongning has made a name for himself in China as the country’s first, self-styled rooftop daredevil. The extreme sports enthusiast, martial artist, and occasional supporting actor in TV and movies became famous for his risky stunts, which usually involved him walking or hanging on the edge of sky-high buildings without any protective gear.

Wang gained popularity in Chinese social media networks like Weibo (with screen name @Jixian-Yongning) and Meipai (a Chinese video-recording app), but his outrageous stunts also stirred controversy. Some concerned citizens feared that young and impressionable people might try and copy the daredevil.

But after his prolonged absence in social media, Wang’s fans started to worry.

The stuntman’s followers questioned why his accounts had not been updated for over a month. His last post was dated November 8, and users started to speculate that he had gotten into a major accident or, worse — he had died. Confirmation of Wang’s death came only recently.

Wang’s camp issued a statement to confirm that the Chinese daredevil had fallen down a skyscraper and died.

The tragic accident happened on November 8, too. His body was discovered the following day.

The statement also clarified that a previous video posted by Wang showing him dropping from a building was a gimmick recorded by Wang himself. It is not the footage of the fall that led to his death.

Wang’s social media has been flooded with condolences and tributes.

The last video he posted has earned thousands of likes, and users have been leaving his account with comments expressing their sadness over his passing.

Fans also thanked Wang for his contributions to the field of extreme sports.

Wang’s bio on Weibo reads:

“The goal is to challenge all skyscrapers in the world without any protection.”

Do you follow Wang and his stunts? How do you feel about this tragic news?


Man Who Kicked Woman As Part of Video Prank Ordered to Pay £50,000 Compensation

The sick bastard got what he deserved.

Call it crazy but a guy really kicked a woman in the back of her legs – as a prank – just so he can create a viral video. Although the footage really went viral, the dude is in for some serious trouble. That is because he is being forced to pay £52,500 in compensation.

This wannabe prankster is none other than Mario Garcia Montealegre. He was caught doing a “kung-fu-style” kick on an unsuspecting woman. It all happened in the Diagonal Mar area of Barcelona, Spain.

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Priest Prays for Pope’s Early Death for Urging Catholics To Take In Muslim Refugees

The priest believes Muslims are “hostile to the Gospel,” stressing they’ve “murdered millions in religious wars.”

A Catholic priest from Poland has recently sparked outrage after his controversial remarks against Poe Francis. Apparently, he didn’t agree with the Pope’s admonitions for members of the said faith to take in Muslim refugees.

During a homily in Krakow, Father Edward Staniek labeled the pontiff as a “foreign body” in the church and publicly said he prays for his early death. The sermon has since been translated into English and has spread on the internet like wildfire.

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Threats Of A Mysterious Deadly Infection Emerge In Australia After Typhoon’s Rage

People can get the infection through direct contact with floodwater or droplets in the air.

Facing a typhoon, hurricane or cyclone is a dreadful experience, particularly in areas prone to flooding and landslides. The strong winds and heavy rain could pose an imminent danger to the residents. More so, the aftermath of the typhoon could lead to the rise of various diseases and infections.

A deadly airborne disease is rising from the ground which has led to the death of three people in Australia. Dozens of people have already been infected during the 2018 wet season.

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