A Japanese company has released a commercial some are calling the scariest commercial of all time.
The commercial is for the Japanese tire company, Autoway Tires, and starts with a health and liability warning that states: “We shall not be liable for any injuries, illness, and damages claimed to be caused by watching the contents."
Keeping that in mind, watch it below and make up your own mind about whether it's the 'scariest commercial of all time.'
Fit mom stirred up controversy, and now plus-sized women are fighting back.
Maria Kang, who was accused of ‘fat shaming’ when she posted a portrait of herself in workout gear online last month along with the caption ‘what’s your excuse?’ says she's been blocked from Facebook after she critiby plus-size women in lingerie.
The photo campaign was launched by 'Curvy Girl Lingerie' which had promoted the campaign as a way to promote body confidence.
Divers searching for bodies of 12 crew members after a tugboat capsized in freezing cold water off the coast of Nigeria in May got a big surprise when they came upon the ship's cook, Harrison Okene ALIVE.
Harrison Okene was in the bathroom when the boat capsized on May 26th. He says for almost THREE DAYS he was trapped in a pocket of air when suddenly he saw a light pierce the darkness and a rescuer appeared.
Of the 12 people on board, divers recovered 10 dead bodies while a remaining crew member has not been found.
WATCH the video below...KEY MOMENT ABOUT 5:38 IN when you first see his hand and the diver takes it.
The maker of Sriracha chili sauce is so angry about a judge's order to get rid of strong smells that bother neighbors in Irwindale that it made a sign.
Huy Fong Foods recently hung a banner outside of its office that reads, "No Tear Gas Made Here."
A judge last month ruled the company created a public niusance and ordered it to stop any work that created irritating fumes.
Huy Fong Foods grinds up fresh chilis for about three months out of the year.
Read more and see the sign at NPR
The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors supported the measures at its meeting on Tuesday. The Press Democrat of Santa Rosa reports that they were among a number of proposals approved by the supervisors at the meeting with the goal of restoring trust in the wake of Andy Lopez's shooting.
Lopez was shot and killed by Sonoma County sheriff's deputy Erick Gelhaus on Oct. 22 as the teen walked in his Santa Rosa neighborhood. Gelhaus told investigators he believed the BB gun Lopez was carrying was an assault rifle.
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