Emergency services were called out to help a teenager out of a washing machine after he got stuck taking part in a bizarre social media challenge.
Footage shows the teen stuck inside the washer with his head poking out the door.
And after becoming trapped and screaming for help,
The Government is considering making online trolling a criminal offence after Katie Price called for a “Harvey’s Law”.
The ex-glamour model called for action last week after social media attacks on her disabled 15-year-old son Harvey.
She told how Harvey - who is blind and has
Attention-seeking pranksters are pretending to be shot before jumping up to surprise onlookers as part of a viral craze sweeping Brazil.
The country, described as the murder capital of the world, is being gripped by the Shot Challenge trend, associated with the hit song What Shot Was That? by
Women across the world are showing solidarity with actress Rose McGowan by falling silent on Twitter for one day.
Hundreds of women, including actress Alyssa Milano and model Chrissy Teigen, have said they will not post anything to the microblogging platform on Friday “in protest of women’s voices being silenced.”
Ed Sheeran is turning the other cheek ― and his Twitter use off.
The “Galway Girl” singer told The Sun that he will no longer be using the social media site because of the cruel criticism from trolls that “ruins your day.”
“I go on it and there’s nothing but
Gina Shkeda is a beauty vlogger with almost half a million YouTube followers and almost one million Instagram followers who keep up with her fabulous makeup tutorials.
Last week, Shkeda shared a glamorous photo from bed that seemed au naturale.
One of her fans took to Twitter to gush about
Susanna Reid: one. Piers Morgan: nope.
Morgan was less than self-aware on Wednesday’s episode of the ITV show “Good Morning Britain” when he began talking about how much he dislikes it when people post too much about politics on Facebook.
“I get annoyed when people can’t stop banging on about