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A 40 Year-Old Man Is Suing His Parents For Throwing Out His Massive "Adult-Film" Collection
Share this article via email Share this article via flipboard Copy link Sorry, this video isn't available any more. A bus driver who caused outrage after being filmed throwing a child out of a school bus has been exposed as professional prankster. The footage caused outrage after it was widely shared on social media. He throws a lunch box and a toy out of the bus before physically grabbing the child and launching him onto the street. The child face plants the floor, to the horror of onlookers who threaten to call the police. But as his face turns to the camera, it is revealed he is actually a small man — leaving those who flocked to help him visibly stunned. Advertisement Advertisement Many twitter users believed the man disguised himself as a child to avoid paying for an adult fare and that he deserved to be thrown off the bus.
Indiana Man Sues Parents For $86,000 For Throwing Away His Adult Film Collection
Share via Email Australians buy an average of 27kg of textiles each year, and 23kg is then thrown into landfill, a YouGov report has found. And four out of 10 people surveyed by YouGov said they had put unwanted fashion items in the bin, rather than trying to repair or recycle them. The report also showed a generational divide in attitudes towards clothing. Millennials enjoy buying new clothes, with almost one in four saying they had purchased at least half the clothes they own in the past year.
Research carried out among 2, adults found oversize portions from Chinese restaurants account for a large chunk of the staggering waste, along with uneaten meat, potatoes and vegetables from the popular Sunday meal. Parents over-estimating quantities and fussy kids turning their nose up at meals also contributed to the incredible figure. In fact the study showed as many as six in ten families regularly fail to finish everything on their plates, so end up scraping the left-overs into a waste bin. Many people order too much and end up struggling to eat it all.