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Via: CNN
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A couple had just stepped off a bus in South Korea when the sidewalk decided it wanted to eat them.

The ground quickly gave way, and both the man and woman were sucked 10-feet down into a sinkhole.

Fortunately, they only suffered minor injuries, and the whole thing was captured by a nearby CCTV camera.

There is a construction site next to the sidewalk which may have had something to do with it.

That or demons.

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Via: NBC Chicago
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According to staff at Willis Tower, the cracked portion you see here was a part of the safety seal of the observation platform and not the glass itself. Still, that's the last thing you want to see when you're suspended that high in the air.

clowns poster Censorship of the Day: This Terrifying Clown Poster Was Banned for Being Too Spooky for the Children
Via: Johannah Martin NeeTurner
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This creepy clown was popping up all over Norwich, UK around Halloween. Due to the ominous poster cropping up in places where it could stare at children and give them nightmares, it was banned. 

There are some who think the censorship is ridiculous but parents and people who hate clowns were happy to see it go. 

Here's a preview of next year's poster:

via scarezone

Via: heidel420
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A woman was tailgating a car in Northern California this weekend, and she went full speed towards Crazy Town after the passengers made "a rude hand gesture" to her.

The 50-year-old woman, Dierdre Orozco, drove her Ford Explorer in front of the girls to get them to stop. She also pretended to be a police officer, even getting out of her car at one point and approaching them with some sort of ID.

When this strategy failed, she decided to start ramming them off the road.

The crazy woman was eventually arrested when she went off the exit.

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Via: Hollywood Reporter
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The statue in Celoron, New York has been watching vigilantly for some time, and now sculptor David Poulin admits he wasn't happy with the way it turned out. Who knows how long it might take to make something up to par, but any quicker we can stop looking at this thing the better!

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