Parallel parking is tricky enough for some motorists, but for others there is nothing more exhilarating than jumping behind the wheel and performing these death-defying stunts.
When it comes to such a hair-raising hobby, nothing stalls these adventurous youths in Saudi Arabia as they bring a whole new meaning to the term ‘off road’.
The latest craze among young Saudi men is dubbed ‘sidewalk skiing’. It involves a driver racing along before manouevring – most likely with the help of a ramp – the vehicle onto its side.
The Queen will tomorrow back an historic pledge to promote gay rights and ‘gender equality’ in one of the most controversial acts of her reign.
In a live television broadcast, she will sign a new charter designed to stamp out discrimination against homosexual people and promote the ‘empowerment’ of women – a key part of a new drive to boost human rights and living standards across the Commonwealth.
But though it promised ‘no need for disappointment or surprise’, someone’s been left thoroughly unamused by the ‘Chubby Checker’ – the singer whose name it borrows.
Now the rock ’n’ roll star who’s famed for The Twist has filed a $500million lawsuit in the US against technology firm Hewlett-Packard, through whose software the app was available.
O.J. Simpson threw a Super Bowl party in prison, with inmates cramming into his 80-square-foot cell to watch the game on his personal TV.
The ex-San Francisco 49er who is serving a 33-year sentence at Lovelock Correctional Center in Nevada is one of only a few prisoners to have his own TV.
Simpson was convicted in 2008 of kidnapping and armed robbery. He is extremely popular in the correctional facility and has been dubbed ‘The Godfather.’