Girl appears to defy the laws of physics when she fails at rope swing

Girl appears to defy the laws of physics when she fails at rope swing and her foot gets caught on nearly invisible nylon rope

  • A wild video shared to Instagram on Monday shows a teen getting stuck on a nearly invisible nylon rope that was attached to a rope swing
  • The video, posted by Myka Shae, showed the girl readying to go for a swing into a creek
  • She swings and does an impressive jerk motion before falling into the water 
  • People can be heard gasping in shock in the background as the girl goes flying into the murky water 

Talk about a harsh landing. 

A wild video shared to Instagram on Monday shows a teen getting stuck on a nearly invisible nylon rope that was attached to a rope swing she was swinging from.

The video, posted by Myka Shae, showed the girl readying to go for a swing into a creek.   

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A wild video shared to Instagram on Monday shows a teen getting stuck on a nearly invisible nylon rope that was attached to a rope swing

She swings and does an impressive jerk motion before falling into the water. 

People can be heard gasping in shock in the background as the girl goes flying into the murky water.

‘2020 hit me hard like…. Happy Monday, friends! I hope my sister makes y’all laugh as hard as I did watching this,’ Shea said about her sister in the clip. 


The video, posted Myka Shae, showed the girl readying to go for a swing into a creek. She swings and does an impressive jerk motion before falling into the water

‘2020 hit me hard like…. Happy Monday, friends! I hope my sister makes y’all laugh as hard as I did watching this,’ Myka Shea said about her sister in the clip

In the comments of the video, people tried to determine how the strange occurence took place. 

A common sentiment was that the rope caught onto her thigh at some point and caused her to flip.

The clip is believed to be from the Texas area. 

People can be heard gasping in shock in the background as the girl goes flying into the murky water

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Girl, 7, stabbed to death in her bed in front of horrified mum who had just tucked her in and kissed her goodnight – The Sun

A LITTLE girl was brutally stabbed to death with a pair of scissors in her own bed in front of her traumatised mum and sister.

Melissa Desrosiers has told of the horrific moment a family friend burst into her seven-year-old daughter Bella Rose's room at their home in Edmonton, Canada, while she was tucking the child into bed.

The attacker plunged the blades into the girl prompting Melissa to grab her other daughter Lily, four, and run for her life.

She says she knew she could not save Bella Rose – who died 10 months after her father took his own life.

Hours before her death on Monday night, the seven-year-old drew a picture of her killer, who was suffering a “personal crisis” at the time, CBC News reports.

The man, who has not been named, is said to have smiled when he saw the drawing.

Melissa said Lily was "absolutely sad" over losing her "best friend" Bella Rose who loved to sing and play the piano.

The loving sisters enjoyed setting up a stall and selling lemonade together in the summer, their mum said.

She told the news outlet that the attacker was long-time friend who she invited to stay at the house because he was having personal problems.

The grieving mum said she was planning to take the man to the hospital after she put her children to bed.


But moments after she had said goodnight to her girls, the man burst into the room and began stabbing Bella Rose.

Melissa saved Lily and called the police who arrested her former friend.

Paramedics tried and failed to save Bella Rose who died at the scene.

According to reports, charges were still pending against the man as of last night.

Less than a year ago, Melissa's husband Ben took his own life.

She says seven-year-old Bella Rose was “very strong” and “very resilient” and helped her cope with the devastating loss of her husband last July.

Neighbours of the family in Edmonton were horrified to hear of the “happy” little girl's death.

Debbie Smith told the Edmonton Journal: “It’s terrible what happened in my neighbourhood.

"I was shocked. I was crying.”

Another local resident, Marta Sanchez, said: “I couldn’t sleep last night. We’re very sad for these people.”

Ravi Sharma told CTV Edmonton: "Rough one last year you can say, very, very rough for the family and very rough for the block also.

"They were nice, very nice to have a neighbour like this family.”


 

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Girl, 14, arrested after spitting into the mouth of police officer as fears for safety of frontline workers grow – The Sun

A TEENAGE girl has been arrested after spitting in the mouth of a police officer amid growing fears over the safety of frontline workers. 

The 14-year-old was held on suspicion of stealing and causing anti-social behaviour when she is said to have spat and kicked at officers in Truro, Cornwall.

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Devon and Cornwall Police were called to Boscawen Street after reports of thefts from stores in the city centre.

The teen was detained but is said to have kicked an officer before spitting at another.

Police commander Ian Drummond-Smith said the spittle landed in the cop's mouth in a post on Twitter.

Pictures show officers gathered around a police van and two police cars opposite the The Entertainer toy shop following the incident at 6.15pm on Tuesday, April 21.

In a statement, the force said: "A 14-year-old girl from Truro has been arrested on suspicion of assaulting two police officers following a call from local shops on Boscawen Street, Truro, with suspicions that she was stealing and causing anti-social behaviour.

"Officers were spat and kicked at."

Fears are growing for the safety of frontline workers like police and paramedics amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Numerous disturbing incidents have occurred in which members of the public have lashed out at the emergency services.

It often includes weaponisation of fears over the virus, including spitting and coughing on workers.

Britain remains in the midst of a coronavirus lockdown, which chief medical officer Chris Whitty warned may extend into 2021.

Meanwhile the death toll rose again today, surpassing 18,000 as the total infections reached more 133,000 across the UK.

Devon and Cornwall Police have not confirmed whether or not the teenage girl has been charged.

It came as a third officer was kicked in leg elsewhere in the county in Penzance.

Achille Derosa, 33, from Penzance, was charged in relation to the alleged incident in the town.

He was charged with being drunk and disorderly in a public place and assaulting an emergency worker.

A string of other reports have emerged of people using coronavirus fears to intimidate members of the public or emergency workers.

NHS care manager Amy Hall, 28, was targeted by a shopper in a Lidl car park in Waterlooville, Hampshire.

A man approached her and branded her a "virus spreader" before attempting to spit on her as she walked to the shops.

Elsewhere, Luke Beresford, 24, was sentenced to 17 weeks in prison after he coughed and spat at a policeman on Easter Sunday in Cheltenham town centre.

Thomas Wilson, 19, was also jailed after he admitted threatening to spit and cough on police during an altercation in Coventry on March 31.

Bevan Burke, was also jailed after he spat at a shopkeeper who had banned him for shoplifting.

The 22-year-old went into the Post Poffice in Northfield, Birmingham, and shouted "I have corona… you're going to die".

He then began coughing and blowing towards police, saying "I've got confirmed coronavirus and now you've got it".

Burke admitted assaulting emergency workers and the shop keeper and was jailed for 10 months.

It comes as it emerged workers may face a staggered rush hour to avoid large crowds when coronavirus lockdown measures are eventually eased.

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