Petr Pavlensky, the artist who this week nailed his scrotum to Red Square cobbles in protest at Russia's descent into a "police state", faces a prison term or a fine. A police spokersperson confirmed the
For many inked individuals, tattoos are a way to commemorate a spiritual journey or a means of expressing one's internal self. The body becomes the canvas for a diverse array of religious inspiration this
This is the moment a bride got more than she expected on her wedding day when a cheeky elephant pulls her head to its mouth for a kiss. Elephants make exotic but unpredictable wedding guests, as one bride
Life will never be the same. 1. The continents look entirely different than you think they do. The map you're used to is more Western-focused and stretches out the size of continents near the poles. Africa
The late 19th century Armenian-Russian painter Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky created some truly spectacular paintings of seascapes that capture the beautiful, shimmering essence of the tumultuous waters.
A West Australian man was left fighting for his life after being bitten by a shark in what was, incredibly, his second such attack in less than a decade. Greg Pickering was operated on several times in
The Bible is giving your passwords away, according to an Ars Technica report on the future of password cracking. The site spoke to password security researcher Kevin Young, who describes how he and fellow
In his defense, that toaster gives good bread. An unidentified London man is nursing his knob after firefighters had to extract his penis from a toaster. It's unclear how the gentleman got it in there,
For a "god," he sure bled like a mere mortal. A Murfreesboro, Tenn. man who allegedly took synthetic drugs caused a stir when he jumped from an apartment balcony to "prove he was a god," The Murfreesboro
In 2009, Belgian architecture firm dmvA had a problem. They had been commissioned to build an office extension for an Italian design firm, but the local zoning board refused to approve any permanent structures.
Brave kayaker Ben Marr goes with the flow as he paddles down a drainage ditch in Canada — reaching speeds of over 30 miles per hour. The terrifying helmet camera footage shows the canoe sliding along trickle