Dancer of the Day: Michael Jackson Impersonator Performs During Baltimore Riots

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Riots broke out in Baltimore on Monday following the funeral of Freddie Gray, with people looting shops, fighting each other and setting fires across the city in what CNN is describing as a “war zone.”

But not everyone is causing trouble.

Amid all the chaos, a Michael Jackson impersonator named Dimitri Reeves has been spotted dancing in the streets as part of a peaceful protest.

There are a number of different videos being passed around on social media of the guy blasting music and showing off his moves on top of a truck.

NBC reporter Shomari Stone posted the “Beat It” clip above on Twitter, and you can check out more of him below.

He’s also been retweeting shout outs from people thanking him for using his music to encourage peace and bring some joy to an otherwise dismal day.

Schoolkids From Louisville Rock Out to Their Own Cover of Ozzy's "Crazy Train"

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We should really petition the Rock Band guys to get the xylophone version of this song into the next game. Who's with me?

Streaking is All Well and Fun, Until Those Ripped Rugby Players Get in the Way

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That's Chris Hala'ufia of the London Welsh rugby team, taking down a streaker who was looking to have a little fun at a recent game. Here's a brief video of the tackle itself (safe for work):

Japan's Newest Train is Breaking Speed Records. Don't Blink When You Watch This Video.

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That train is zipping by at 374 miles per hour! Though the train is only in its testing phase now, Japan Railway hopes to bring these vehicles to the public by 2027.

Record of the Day: Watch a Guy Solve a Rubik’s Cube in 5.25 Seconds

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In the time it takes you to read this, Collin Burns might have already solved a Rubik’s cube.

At an official World Cube Association competition in Doylestown, Pennsylvania on Saturday, Burns set a new world record by completing a 3x3x3 Rubik’s Cube in just 5.25 seconds.

You can check out another view of the feat here.

Warning: Demon child screaming in the background ruins everything.

The previous record was broken by Mats Valk from the Netherlands back in 2013, with a time of 5.55 seconds, which you can watch below.