This seems more like an implausible scene from a Dane Cook movie than something that happens in real life.
A bartender in Lithuania was pouring up a flaming drink for a bar patron, and everything's going smoothly so far.
She was pouring the flammable alcohol from high above the glass, sending a fine mist of liquor spray onto a customer's face.
When she went to light the drink?
Darin Welker, 36, is an Army vet who suffers from depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.
What helps him get by? His 14 pet "therapy ducks" who live in a penned-in area of his backyard, next to a kiddie pool for swimming.
When serving, Welker suffered a major back injury that required surgery in 2012. The V.A. paid for the surgery but wouldn't pay for
23-year-old Noel Shannon was in the Oregon mountains to take pictures of wildlife in the area. But on her drive back home to Washington, it was the wildlife that caused a tragic accident.
Noel swerved her Toyota truck in order to avoid hitting a deer on the road. Her vehicle flipped several times, eventually landing on her left leg that was sticking out of the window.
She was trapped.
Alana Thompson, aka Honey Boo Boo, must've been really scared after her family got into a car crash on Thursday night's second of two episodes of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.
While car accidents are bad enough on their own, things get really scary when someone is injured. Especially if it's someone you care about dearly.
And that's exactly what happened.
We want Tracy Morgan to get better so badly! But after sustaining such serious injuries, we know his road to recovery is a long one.
Today, the 45-year-old funny man made his way out of his doctor’s office and into his car with the help of a walker.
When you sign up for an event that involves being chased by several angry bulls for half a mile, you have to know that the chances of getting injured are pretty darn high!
Unless, of course, your name is Bill Hillmann!
Why, you ask? It might have something to do with the fact that "Buffalo" Bill is considered one of the top bull runners out of the U.S. and actually co-wrote a book titled Fiesta: How to Survive the Bulls of Pamplona!
As if skydiving on its own wasn't scary enough, this woman had to go and add flying shoes to the equation!
A sky diving instructor was taking a woman on a tandem jump and filming them on the way down. Everything was going smoothly, they looked like they were having an absolute blast while in free fall.
Then, once he pulls their chute, the force of their quick stop causes the woman's shoe to fly up and off her foot!