Someone Drops Their iPhone While Going 83 Miles Per Hour On A Roller Coaster And This Guy Catches It

Ninjas with reflexes quick as lightning live among us. Well, sort of. New Zealander Samuel Kempf proved to all of us that the human body is amazing. When he was on a roller coaster in Barcelona, Spain, he saw a falling iPhone and he grabbed it as it was hurtling through the air. Samuel uploaded the video on YouTube and got more than 1.71 million views in less than two days! That’s way more than I could count to. Also, more than 580 people commented on the video, most of them praising the man for his superhuman feat of dexterity. More info: Samuel Kempf was riding on a roller coaster… Image credits: Image credits: …when he saw a man’s iPhone …

New Zealand gun buyback: 10,000 firearms returned after Christchurch attack

Police praise response after thousands of now-banned guns taken out of circulation in less than a month More than 10,000 firearms have been bought by New Zealands government in less than a month as part of its gun buyback scheme following the Christchurch mosque shootings in March. Following the killing of 51 people in two inner-city Christchurch mosques by an Australian white supremacist, prime minister Jacinda Arderns government rushed through legislation to ban military-style semi-automatic weapons and set aside NZ$150m to buy firearms that were now illegal. A bill outlawing most automatic and semi-automatic weapons, and components that modify existing weapons, was passed by a vote of 119 to 1 in April. I could not fathom how weapons that could …

South Korea: world championship athletes injured in fatal balcony collapse

Two South Koreans killed and athletes from US, New Zealand, Netherlands, Italy and Brazil injured Two South Koreans have died and several others, including athletes attending the world aquatic championships, have been injured after a structure collapsed in a nightclub in the city of Gwangju early on Saturday, a fire department official has said. The deaths happened when a two-level structure in the club, which is next to the athletes village, collapsed at about 2am local time, hitting and pinning revellers, the official said. Hundreds were inside the seven-storey nightclub at the time. The BBC reported the two people killed were aged 38 and 27, and were not competitors at the championships. Yonhap news agency reported that nine athletes competing …