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A British tourist on a flight realises his opponent on his "Battleship" game was sitting directly in front of him. Henry Robinson was mid-game when his girlfriend informed him that his opponent was sitting in front of them on their flight from Gatwick to Orlando on November 16. Robinson then proceeded to glance over at his opponent's screen and enter the final coordinates seeing him win the game. The filmer told Newsflare: "Girlfriend was to my right, tapped my shoulder and told me to look over my seat. It was the same guy playing the same game as me. "It was a pretty even split, he may have been winning - then I ‘tactically’ looked at his ships over his shoulder. Decided to record the last move for memory sake!"
A one-eyed wild elephant rampaged through a town in east India, forcing people to flee or risk being trampled. The incident took place on November 17 in Madarihat town of Alipurduar district of West Bengal, but fortunately there were no injuries reported. Video shows the wild tusker strolling through the streets of the town as residents run away to steer clear of its path. According to reports, the locals have named the elephant "Ekchokha" (the one-eyed) as it is blind in one eye. The elephant entered the town and destroyed a food stall, an auto-rickshaw, a car and an ambulance before leaving for the forest after half an hour. Forest department officials reached the scene afterwards and tried to direct the elephant deeper back into the wild.
A repairman uses hundreds of peanut shells to form a small dinosaur sculpture in northern China. The impressive video, filmed in Datong city in Shanxi Province on November 9, shows the man named Feng Ge and his friend sticking the peanut shells together to create a small dinosaur sculpture. They spent a whole afternoon completing the dinosaur artwork.
Colourful pet fair in Thailand sees chihuahuas driving an electric car and parrots dressed up as butterflies
Pet owners parade their in a variety of inventive costumes at the international exhibition, hosted by SmartHeart Dog Food, on Sunday (November 17) in Central Airport Plaza, Chiang Mai. The filmer told Newsflare: "The dogs riding in the electric car are from a rescue centre called New Hope for , which houses 350 needy . "Almost every week there's a pet show somewhere [in Thailand]."
Stunning footage of dense inversion fog captured across the Mid Ulster area of Maghera on Monday (November 18). The filmer told Newsflare: "I went to the countryside, got the drone up and filmed the creepy fog over the valley and fields."
The cutting edge robots were captured making sushi, pouring beer and even playing chess in Thailand. The artificial intelligence machines were being displayed on a manufacturing event in Bangkok on June 19, which included the Dual-Arm SCARA robot from Japanese firm Kawasaki showing off how it prepares one of the country’s famous cuisine Sushi. While Swiss firm ABB has developed a robot that can rival the traditional barmaids and barmen by pouring a pint and even checking every last drop left in the bottle. Other devices included robots for packing and storing that industry figures said they will revolutionise the workplace in the coming years. The Robot X Manufacturing Expo is held annually. Organisers said the trade show is the most comprehensive event on manufacturing robots, software, solutions, and supporting industries in ASEAN. More than 30 brands from around the world attended the event, which is one of the hottest and growing industrial automation markets in South East Asia.
This is the amusing moment a Filipino man was seen riding along a road in a coffin-mobile. The intrepid motorist took the motorised white casket for a spin in Cebu City, the Philippines on November 14. The unidentified driver of the bizarre custom vehicle was seen doing the peace sign while passing other road users. Motorcycle Rider John Kiamco was able to record a video of their unusual meeting. He said: "I was not able to get the owner's name, but he seemed like a nice guy. Only a bit weird." "I think he made this by putting the white coffin around a modified motorcycle with two wheels at the rear." ''I think he owns a nearby car repair shop."
The adorably priceless reaction is captured as three former college roommates spent weeks to plan a shocking reunion to surprise their best friend who moved to Chicago for her birthday last Friday (November 15). Maggie, Caroline, Erin, and Hanna were all roommates at Temple University in Philadelphia and best friends throughout college. When Erin moved away to Chicago a week after graduation, she worried her college best friends would miss her 23rd birthday. "Erin kept telling her new Chicago friends she wishes her roommates could be there for her birthday to celebrate since we'd been together for it for the last four years. We already had the plane tickets when she was saying that!" Hanna tells Newsflare, who filmed Erin's overjoyed response. "There wasn’t a dry eye in sight," said Hanna about the surprise that was a month in planning and kept closely guarded to maximize the impact.
Prince William and Kate arrive at the Royal Variety performance on Monday evening (November 18).
Marc, on a family trip to New York City from his hometown in Glasgow, Scotland, noticed how big things in the Big Apple were and made this incredibly funny compilation all with one refrain: "f*ckin' size of that!" "I recorded the first video and thought nothing more of it than a stupid joke," Marc told Newsflare. "When we made it to the Statue of Liberty, I did it again, and this time my family saw the video and started to laugh. I got a few messages from friends as the videos were on my Instagram story, and then I decided to make it into a series - anytime I saw something big, I captured it. Being from Glasgow, we don’t get big building[s] like that so for me everything was massive!" Marc said in this hilarious video from September 27.