A woman being interviewed by a TV crew about how police weren’t taking care of crime on the streets of Rio De Janeiro, Brazil was actually mugged in mid interview, on camera and in broad daylight on the streets, essentially proving her right.
From LA’s "Starlet Bandit," to Virginia’s "Cell Phone Bandit," to Georgia’s "Barbie Bandits," a collection of the boldest female robbers ever caught on camera.
In a project called 9 Eyes, named for the number of camera lenses on Google’s street view cars, artist Jon Rafman has scoured street view for intriguing images captured by the all-seeing cars as they trudge along on their mission of cataloging the entire world. We’ve picked out a few images of law and discord in progress. For more from Rafman’s project, visit 9 Eyes.
A Cleveland woman caught on camera passing a stopped school bus on the sidewalk has been handed an embarrassing punishment. A judge has ordered Shena Hardin, 32, to stand at an intersection wearing a sign that reads “only an idiot drives on the sidewalk to avoid a school bus” for two mornings.
In this disturbing video captured by CCTV in a kindergarten classroom in China, a teacher is seen slamming a 4-year-old girl on the floor and then kicking the limp child. The girl, who is mentally disabled, was left with brain damage following the attack.