A police officer in Oregon was chasing a speeding car, but he put the chase on hold to help a duck in distress.
A dash-cam video showed the beginning of a high-speed chase. But not long into the chase, the officer sees a duck crossing the road. Instead of leaving it to fend for itself, the officer pulled over and guided it to safety.
He got back into his car to continue the chase, but the speeder had escaped by then.
A pizza box is just one of the creative ways partners have found to tell their partner that they are ending their relationship. A compilation of break-up letters posted online includes letters, personal ads and even a billboard. Another person saying goodbye, shows a cheery drawing of a man riding a giraffe saying:
"I think we should break up I would tell you why, but I am having a tough time describing my feelings. So I drew a picture of me riding a giraffe, instead. Sorry, ZF.'
Click here to see wacky breakup picture # 1
Click here to see pic # 2
Flying car is coming soon
The design is part sedan, part private jet with two seats, four wheels and wings that fold up so it can be driven like a car. It can reach speeds of around 70 miles per hour on the road and 115 in the air. Check out the full story and check out how much it cost click here. Hint, its got a six figure price tag.
A Roswell, GA man is lucky to be alive after he tried to stop a hit-and-run driver and ended up on a death-defying two-mile ride down the highway on the hood of the car.
A woman backed into his wife's SUV and tried to take off. He stepped in front of the car to stop her but the woman took off with him clinging to the hood.
She drove for two-miles down the highway with him holding onto the space between the hood and the windshield with both hands.
He finally jumped off when she got to a red light.
A witness got the whole thing on video and cops think they've got the suspect. No arrests have been made yet.
And luckily, no one was hurt.
A technology director spent months brainstorming before settling on the perfect way to surprise his pregnant girlfriend. He told her that he wanted to take some pictures of her in the park, and as she was posing for his photographs, he had the ring flown in by a remote control helicopter with it tightly strapped on.
The couple can relive every moment of the romantic proposal thanks to a video camera strapped to the remote control chopper.
Click HERE to see a pic of the actual proposal.
Where did you propose to the love of your life? Feel free to comment below.