A Moroccan newsreader barely flinches when, mid-broadcast, her daughter bounds on to the set holding a cellphone.
An accused drunk driver dances for police during a roadside sobriety test.
Workers have cleared London's "fatberg" - a 15-tonne mass of clogging food grease and baby wipes that was preventing residents from flushing toilets.
An electricity company is apologising after it sent a letter to a lamp-post and threatened to cut its power off.
Meteorologist Kristi Gordon was surprised by a spider on the weather camera as she did her Noon news forecast.
A woman was taken off an American Airlines flight after she refused to stop singing Whitney Houston's 'I Will Always Love You'.
When you're put on the big screen for the Kiss Cam with thousands watching, the pressure's on to show your loved one some loving
Crime dosen't always pay.
Miriam "Annette" Muzyka dances to Lil Wayne's song Lollipop on Ponsonby Road, Auckland
It's a brilliant tackle that stops this streak of fur, but the football player comes off second best.
Firefighters in China's Shangdong Province saw through a washing machine to free a three-year-old girl who had climbed inside. Lindsey Parietti reports.
Performing in front of thousands at a sold out concert, the stars shine... but not today. Enjoy this week's Friday Funny.
A lop eared bunny, found with green fur after being doused with food colouring, is up for adoption at the Waikato SPCA.
From farmer to fashion plate, this 72-year-old is getting hands on with his grand-daughter's online clothing boutique. Julie Noce reports.