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Holy crap. You know in Grand Theft Auto when you’re trying to destroy everything — cars, homes, the entire street — in your way while racking up as many police officers on your tail just for giggles? That actually happened in real life. A 51-year-old man went on a ridiculous rampage on his bulldozer destroying four homes, smashing cars and cutting power to thousands of people.
Installing an off-shore gas platform can be a tricky proposition. Things can go very wrong. That’s exactly what happened with this $US40 million Iranian platform was being installed in the Persian Gulf.
Counterfeit goods that get found out often get destroyed. That should come as no surprise. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy to watch, especially if the fakes are convincing. Take this Russian crush-fest, for example, where a bulldozer demolished 127 iPhones found to be cheap imitations masquerading as the real thing.