FRANKFURT, May 25 – An Austrian man tip-toed along a line strung 185 meters (607 feet) off the ground in Frankfurt on Saturday, attempting to set a new world record for “highlining” despite his fear of heights.
Reinhard Kleindl, 32, used only his arms to balance as he walked twice along a 30-metre-long polyester rope anchored to the two wings of Frankfurt’s U-shaped skyscraper Tower 185 above hundreds of cheering supporters.
Kleindl said he was trying to set a new record for walking the highest urban highline, but no one was immediately available from the World Slackline Federation to confirm if this was a new record. Read more…
See photo and watch video of Daredevil young Saudi Arabian men Driving Cars dangerously On Two Side parallel Wheels ‘known as ‘sidewalk skiing’, thus risking their lives, limb and licence with hair-raising stunts. Adrenaline junkies perform their ‘dangerous driving’ near city of Ha’il, Saudi Arabia.
Watch below Video of Daredevil Saudi Arabia Men Driving Cars On Two Side Parallel Wheels ‘known as ‘sidewalk skiing’. Read more…
Man Finds Comic Book Worth $100,000 Being Used As Wall Insulation In Minnesota.
While remodeling his newly purchased home in Elbow Lake, Minnesota US, David Gonzalez noticed something unusual amid the old newspapers that had been used as wall insulation.
It was a copy of Action Comics No. 1 from 1938, the very first comic to feature the granddaddy of all superheroes, Superman. Read more…
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US News – Report reaching us says a Boston-area teenager remains in custody on $1 million bond nearly one month after being arrested over what he said on the Internet.
Eighteen-year-old Cameron B. D’Ambrosio of Methuen, Massachusetts was arrested on May 1 after police were alerted to “disturbing verbiage” on his personal Facebook page discovered by a fellow student at Methuen High School. D’Ambrosio allegedly posted original rap lyrics that prompted authorities to charge him with terrorism, and now he faces a potential 20 years in prison. Read more…
SEATTLE (Reuters) – News report says a thief with a soft-hearted streak, who inadvertently nabbed some cremated remains along with thousands of rare gems in a truck burglary in Washington state, has anonymously mailed back the ashes to their owner, police said on Wednesday.
The truck owner had been golfing in a Tacoma suburb when his vehicle was broken into by a thief who stole a briefcase filled with 3,000 prized Oregon sunstone gemstones, more than 30 silver and gold sunstone rings and a bracelet with 34 multi-hued stones, said Pierce County Sheriff’s spokesman Ed Troyer.
Also taken was a green suitcase containing the cremated remains of the truck owner’s son, he said. Days later, the thief anonymously mailed back the ashes to an address on the truck owner’s business card, which had also been taken. Read more…