This week's must-see videos capture some lucky, unbelievable and record-breaking moments. See a great white shark's desperate attempt to eat pesky tourists, a once-in-a-lifetime photo captured by a busy mom and a few stories of record-breaking feats on sea and land. But first, watch this 30-year-old man snack on bricks, gravel and mud.
Pakkirappa Hunagundi has been consuming non-edible objects since the age of 10. His eating disorder, that some suspect to be Pica, compels him to rid the streets of one brick and up to two kilos of mud and gravel daily. He’s even hoping to make some money from this.
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A great white shark in the video below has a heartier meal in mind. See it bite through a metal cage in an attempt to reach those meaty tourists inside.
It may not be a great white shark, but this massive 411-kilogram tuna is a monster. Donna Pascoe, who reeled in the fish with the help of four people, is stillRead More »from Must-see videos of the week: March 30-April 5