Conspiracy theorists have long argued that Tupac Shakur, who was killed after a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas in 1996, is actually still alive. But a YouTube video shows a photo of man wearing a hat, lilac shirt and trousers which the narrator claims is a new image of the rapper. “Look closely at Tupac’s arms – you can see the outline of tattoos on his left arm,” the narrator says.
US judge could lose job after accidentally resigning
A civil court judge in Texas may lose his job after he resigned by accident. Bill McLeod shared plans online to run for the state supreme court, unaware that the Texas constitution rules that any such announcement triggers an automatic resignation. Supporters are mobilising on social media using the hashtag #IStandWithMcLeod.
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Barber sets customers’ hair on fire to remove split ends
A barber in Chennai, South India, is setting people’s hair on fire to remove weak hair and split ends. In a video, a man’s entire head of hair is engulfed in flames as the barber speedily combs the fire out. It takes an agonising 12 seconds for the flames to disappear. According to reports, he puts a fragrance so it doesn’t smell burnt.
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