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A man was arrested during Black Friday at Mall of America in Minnesota after he threw $1,000 in dollar bills from the fourth floor rotunda as a choir performed “Let it Snow” on the ground floor below.
Serge Vorobyov goes by the YouTube handle “Serge the Car Hauler." He said he tossed the cash because he’s had a rough year and just wanted to help other people on Black Friday.
His YouTube vlog said: “People think it’s an evil number, I thought it was supposed to be a lucky number. I went through a horrible divorce, and she even took the cat and won’t tell me where it is. I thought I would just spread some holiday cheer, pay it forward.”
Unfortunately, police didn’t agree. They arrested him and charged him with disorderly conduct. A Mall of America spokesperson explained that he could have caused a major disturbance and someone could have been hurt. He'll be in court soon.
A 76-year-old Brooklyn woman was punched in the back of the head by a stranger in what residents fear could be the city's tenth "knockout game" attack.
The woman fell to the ground after being punched, as a rally was wrapping up that was held to protest the recent “knockout game” attacks.
She was treated at local hospital and discharged, but police are still searching for her attacker.
The "knockout game" has already reportedly claimed lives in Syracuse, St. Louis and New Jersey.
COMEDIAN'S 'HOW TO FIGHT YOUR BABY' VIDEO GOES VIRAL... CUE THE ANGRY BACKLASH
A video showing a father performing wrestling moves on his baby son has gone viral hours after being posted online.
Comedian Gavin McInnes uploaded the light-hearted instructional video on YouTube under the title, 'How to fight your baby'. It shows him throwing and tackling his infant boy.
The child's head is supported during the maneuvers and he does not appear distressed at any stage, but it’s getting mixed reviews from viewers.
Most people find the video funny and 'cute.'
Others find it disgusting that he is showing off a number of different moves to “kick a baby’s ass,” including a power-slam and a pretend sleeper hold.