This is the hilarious moment a motorcycle rider received a dose of instant karma - crashing while he was leering at a woman's backside.

The vest-wearing man was riding his scooter along a busy road in Bulacan, the Philippines on January 23, when he noticed the woman.

He repeatedly turned his head to follow her as she strolled along the pavement.

But the man forgot to keep his eyes on the road and while he was looking at the woman and he crashed straight into the motorcyclist in front of him.

Rider Ronhel Lingad, who was in the flow of traffic and captured the moment using his helmet camera, said: ''He would not have crashed if he had been paying attention to other vehicles.''

''I have to admit, I laughed a little bit. This must be what instant karma looks like.''

This is the incredible moment a fearless fireman catches a 16ft king Cobra with his bare hands.

Sutee Naewhart, 37, found the 20kg serpent at a house in Krabi, southern Thailand on January 22.

He dragged the deadly snake out by its tail and finally subdued it after a 20 minute struggle. It was then taken back to the fire station in the Ao Nang district.

Steady-handed Sutee laid out the cobra on the front lawn and demonstrated how he caught it - slowly sneaking up behind the snake and running his hands along its body.

He then lifted the serpent in the air and ran his fingers along its neck before getting a firm grip on its throat to prevent it from striking out.

Sutee said: ''It's not difficult to catch a snake without any equipment but we need to think about safety first.

''I caught this snake using only my hands because I didn't want to hurt it using only a snare. I have had lots of practice. But without any experience, it can be fatal.''

This man has tattooed the names of more than 500 fallen Indian Army soldiers on his body in a show of deference and tribute.

Abhishek Gautam, 31, is an interior designer who lives in the vicinity of Hapur in Uttar Pradesh.

The Indian Army saved one of Gautam’s friends so he thought of getting the names of fallen soldiers inked as a way of paying tribute to their work and courage.

Footage captured on January 22 shows Gautam showing the martyrs’ names tattooed on his back along with historical figures like Mahatma Gandhi and Bhagar Singh.

In an interview with local media, Gautam said: "These days, getting inked for loved ones is the maximum thing that can be shown as a gesture of love. The Indian Army is always there for us and there are many soldiers who have died for the nation. So getting their names inked on my body is a tribute for them."

This could be the world's most chock-a-block car park - where vehicles are crammed in so tightly that drivers have to PUSH their way out.

Hundreds of motorists pile into the free facility in the Chatuchak area of Bangkok, Thailand, every day to avoid paying charges in the surrounded car parks. Fees in those cost around 20 baht (50 pence) per hour.

The popularity of the government-owned space has resulted in chaotic scenes - with cars parked bumper-to-bumper and regularly colliding.

Commuters have even started fitting home-made FOAM padding to their cards to avoid scrapes.

The astonishing situation has lead to the strange custom of drivers leaving the handbrakes off.

When people return to their vehicles, they then have to push the surrounding cars that are blocking them, like a ''giant puzzle game."

Footage captured yesterday (January 24) shows how cars were crammed together in with just a hair's breadth between each vehicle - and in some cases, they were touching.

In the afternoon when locals were returning to their cars for the drive home, women and even a pensioner were seen having to roll other vehicles out of the way.

Locals said that identical scenes are played out every day.

This Rottweiler puppy managed to steal her sister's food in a show of wiliness, by pretending to play then grab food from the other dog's bowl.

The clip filmed on January 21 in Auckland, New Zealand shows Lola the puppy working out a way to steal her sister's food from the bowl on the other side of the room.

Lola manages to wriggle her way over to the bowl believing she’s fooled her owner, Grace.

“Lola knows she’s not allowed to eat her sister Millie’s dinner. But she thinks she knows how to fool Mom,” Grace told Newsflare.

Five gene-edited monkeys were cloned in Shanghai for human disease research yesterday (January 23).

In the video, five new-born monkeys play with toys and are taken care of by a nurse in an incubator.

According to reports, it was the first time that multiple clones had been made from a gene-edited monkey for biomedical research.

The monkeys were cloned from a gene-edited macaque with circadian rhythm disorders that are linked to sleep problems, depression and Alzheimer’s disease.

At least eight people have been killed and thousands forced to evacuate after heavy rain triggered flash floods and landslides in Indonesia.

This video shows the devastation in Makassar City as flood inundated the area and several other regencies in South Sulawesi province. Parts of Makassar City were flooded following incessant heavy rain that fell from Monday evening until Tuesday noon. Floodwaters reached the height of up to 1.5 meters in several districts.

Indonesia is currently experiencing the peak of its rainy season, and the Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysics Agency (BMKG) has warned of possible hydrometeorological disasters.

A storm system has left snow and ice built up around the iconic Niagara Falls, creating stunning sights for visitors.

This video, filmed on January 16, shows the Falls looking like a scene out of the Disney movie Frozen.

Mist and spray freezes in the low temperatures, forming an icy crust over the falling water, a representative of the park said. But while it looks like the falls have stopped, the water actually continues to flow under the sheets of ice.

The Niagara Falls region is expected to be coated in snow for the next few days, with the area bracing for more storms.

Jackson the dog loves to dance to all types of music, especially songs with a great beat.

In this video filmed in Arizona on January 18, Jackson is seen bopping his head up and down to the rhythm of the song, not missing a single beat.

This is the moment a group of protesters in Caracas, Venezuela on Wednesday fled from security forces as they were shot at with tear gas.

The group were among tens of thousands of people who took to the streets of Venezuela to voice their opposition to President Nicolás Maduro.

US President Donald Trump has said he recognises Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó as interim president.

The move came minutes after the 35-year-old declared himself as acting leader in Caracas on Wednesday.

Tens of thousands of Venezuelans are taking to the streets in protest against President Nicolás Maduro.

This clip shows the scene earlier today on Avenida Francisco de Miranda in Caracas.

US President Donald Trump has said he recognises Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó as interim president.

The move came minutes after the 35-year-old declared himself as acting leader in Caracas on Wednesday.

Mount Etna in Sicily spewed a dark cloud of volcanic ash on Wednesday.

Dramatic footage showed the ash billowing from two of Etna's highest craters as snow covered the slopes of the volcano.

Mount Etna is one of the world’s most active volcanoes.

At least eight people have died after torrential rainfall overwhelmed a central Indonesian dam on Tuesday, prompting officials to open floodgates that released a deluge of water on Makassar.

This clip shows a house floating down a raging river in Makassar City on Tuesday.

An elderly lady was dropped off in the middle of a bike lane in New York City leaving her struggling and helpless in the backseat until this stranger cyclist arrived.

Shot last week (January 17) in Manhattan the unmoving taxi driver pulled in close to the bike lane resulting in the passenger's door blocking the path.

Using a walking stick she struggled to pull herself out of the door from the seat until her cyclist in reflective armour came to save the day.

She eventually got out and thanked the cyclist and they both went their separate ways.

A man trying to pry open an ATM after he had an argument with his wife finally got arrested by the police in China.

In the CCTV video, shot in Ningbo City in eastern China’s Zhejiang Province on January 14, a man with a helmet walks into an ATM booth with a crowbar in his hand.

Then he can be seen trying to use the bar to open the ATM, but failed after several attempts and he drove back home.

He was arrested by the police the next day, reports said.

This dog accidentally fetched a tree when he went to get a stick.

The clip filmed January 18 in New Orleans shows Mazzy the dog swimming in the Mississippi River with a large branch in his mouth, that turns out to be a 25-foot tree.

“Oh my f***ing god! Mazzy!” The filmed and Mazzy’s owner can be heard saying in the clip.

A 26-year-old man named Pan Zhongji has been filmed performing impressive calisthenics along gymnastic wall bars.

The cool video, filmed in Qinzhou City in southern Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region on January 13, shows Pan hanging on a set of gymnastic wall bars while moonwalking in the air. He can also bear a man standing on the side of him while holding horizontally from the bars.

Pan has kept doing exercise for around four years before these feats, reports said.

A cold snap has caused parts of Niagara Falls to freeze, turning the famous landmark into a winter wonderland.

Footage captured on January 22 in Ontario, Canada, shows the Niagara Falls partially frozen over.

Tourists can be seen enjoying the extraordinary views as they attempt to capture the best picture.

Dog owner Alexis has taught her dog a new way of going into his crate, by calling it ‘Askaban’ the same name as the prison in the Harry Potter films.

The clip shows Sirius the three-year-old golden retriever, who is also named after a Harry Potter character, climbing into his crate on command.

“Sirius, Askaban!” Alexis says, Sirius then runs out of the crate as Alexis tells him he’s free.

A spectacular drone video showed the frozen waterfalls forming in northern China's Tianmen Mountain National Forest Park.

In the beautiful clip, shot in Dalian City in Liaoning Province on December 25, 2018, one can see the waterfalls frozen into icicles on the side of the mountain.

According to one staff in the national forest park, it was not easy for them to create the scene as it was restricted by various factors, such as the temperature must be between -15C and -10C, otherwise the water would freeze rather than spray out to the height.

A frog filmed in a sewer of Padang, West Sumatra, Indonesia on the night of January 23 was observed making a loud "booping" noise during some heavy rains.

The frog apparently makes this sound to attract other frogs, and they only emerge during the rainy season in Indonesia, gathering in fields and watery areas.

One Padang resident, Endi, said a frog of this type has only a small population in the area and is difficult to find in the city of Padang

Endi added: "This frog going back and forth can appear and be found because it is very few in number and hard to find, the presence of this frog is marked with rain."

Patisserie Valerie in Salisbury in the UK was closed on Wednesday, a day after the chain went into administration.

A letter on the cafe's door confirmed the closure and that the company was in the hands of administrators.

The collapse of the company puts more than 3,000 jobs at risk.

About 70 of the cafe group’s nearly 200 stores and concessions were due to close immediately, with the loss of about 900 jobs.

This dog finds out the hard way what happens when you roll off a ledge.

The clip, filmed in Space City, Texas shows Cleo the English mastiff rolling around on a grass verge when she suddenly finds the edge and falls face first into a pond.

The adopted pup is fine though, as she gets up and shakes it off at the end of the video.

A cat has amazed its owner by climbing up a wall to chase a laser light at a home in northern China.

The video, filmed in Changchun City in Jilin Province on January 18, shows a Persian cat climbing up to the top of a wall when it is chasing a laser light spot.

The owner said the cat was born with this climbing ability and he thought it was amazing.

Astonishing drone footage shows how a builder was left clinging on for his life 200ft in the air after a crane snapped in half killing four of his colleagues.

The construction worker had been operating the tower crane while building a new apartment block in Bangkok, Thailand, when the runway broke off this afternoon just before 1pm local time.

Four workers were killed instantly and several more injured when tonnes of steel plunged to the ground landing directly on top of them.

But the plucky survivor was left holding on for his life as be balanced between the metal bars of the main section of the crane which was still left standing.

Rescue workers arrived in a cherry picker and eventually helped him to safety. He was taken to hospital to be checked over but escaped virtually unharmed.

Officials said the incident happened at the site of the Lumpini Place Rama 3 Riverine on the Rama III Road in the Yannawa district of the Thai capital.

Opas Sripayak, managing director of the developer, LPN Development Plc, said a subcontractor was extending the crane preparing to lift a new load when the arm broke off.

He confirmed four workers were killed and said that at least five others were seriously injured. He said compensation would be paid to the victims' families.

The new condominium block was unharmed.


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