Portuguese archaeologists digging near one of Lisbon's most iconic restaurants, the Solar dos Presuntos (Manor of Hams), have discovered a large Roman cemetery holding 2,000-year-old skeletons and various ancient artifacts.
It took Smash customer Qiu Siyu just a few sharp blows with a baseball bat to wreck what looked like an old car radio, after which two friends battered telephones, audio speakers, rice cookers and even a mannequin.
Diehard sports fans often go to great lengths to show their allegiance but some college football supporters took their loyalty to new heights when they agreed to live on a San Jose billboard ahead of Monday's national championship game.
Indonesian police have apologised and pledged disciplinary action after officers draped a live snake around the neck of a suspect to persuade him to confess during an interrogation session in the easternmost area of Papua.
What would you do if you were stranded in a South Asian jungle without anything to eat or drink? Well, according to the survival training that US Marines recently received, you should drink cobra blood. As the reports, the officers were directed to drink the snake's blood during Cobra Gold, an intense annual military exercise that's being held in Thailand.
According to the article, officers from the Royal Thai Marines advised that cobra blood could provide invaluable nutrients in a scenario where both water and food are scarce. In photos from the event, you can see several officers in their camo uniforms tilting their heads back to drink the blood directly from the serpent's body. One US Marine who had previously participated in Cobra Gold told that the blood had a distinct "fishy flavor."
Although cobra venom is deadly, their blood isn't poisonous.
TUTANKHAMUN’s tomb is said to hold a curse that was broken by archaeologists when they entered to search its contents and affected more than 20 of them in a matter of years, it was revealed in a documentary.
Experts claims they have found a disturbing amount of "anti-witch" marks in a British cave network.
reports that an unprecedented number of ancient marks said to stop demonic and evil spirits escaping from the underworld have been found in caves in a limestone gorge in the Midlands.
The Creswell Crags are located on the border between Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. They are described as being a relic from a world of fire and flint and boast cave etchings 10,000 years older than the pyramids.
Hundreds of these etchings have now been identified as "anti-witch" marks. Cave enthusiasts Hayley Clark and Ed Waters discovered Creswell Crags' dark secret during a tour.
The "anti-witch" marks used to be be called "apotropaic" marks. In Greek the word apotrepein means "to turn away." Such marks are usually found in historic churches and houses. They are often etched in wooden doorways and fireplaces to protect the inhabitants and ward off evil spirits.
A man who told a fellow bathroom patron that there was a "bomb in the building" was actually referring to a bowel movement, police say.
The incident happened in Wichita, Kansas, where police say a man inside a Home Depot bathroom told an employee who was standing next to him that "somebody told me there's a bomb in the building, you need to leave the building." As reported, the employee asked the man again to clarify, and the man repeated the warning about a bomb two more times.
The employee then called 911 and put the man who warned about the bomb on the phone. It was then that the unnamed man revealed that it was supposed to be a joke and that he had heard another person in the bathroom say, "you all need to get out of here because I'm fixin' to blow it up."