Koala Survives Ten Mile Ride Clutching Inside Of Car's AxleA driver in Adelaide, Australia began hearing strange noises coming from the undercarriage of his car.
Bride Gets Married Clutching Beautiful Bouquet Made Of DoughnutsPaige told the BBC, "We wanted the wedding to be a bit different and really reflect who we are as a couple."
Man In Chewbacca Costume Attacks Ski Resort Worker After Being Told To Take The Costume OffWarning to all the Wookies in Thredbo, Australia: be wary of the Alpine Way Resort.
Boy Tries To Feed Kangaroo, Gets Punched In The Face For His EffortLet this be a lesson to all of you out there: while most of its power is located in the legs, kangaroos still have a vicious jab.
Lady Removes Giant Snake Hiding in Her Desk, Stays Completely Calm
Man Has Severed Thumb Surgically Replaced With Big ToeZac Miller was working on a remote farming property in Western Australia when a bull kicked his hand into a fence.
Man Checks Single Can Of Beer As Luggage On FlightA man only identified as Dean thought he and his buddy would try a little experiment when traveling from Melbourne to Perth.
93-Year-Old Great-Grandmother Asks The Internet To Help Pick Out A Wedding Dress (Photos)Sylvia Martin is a 93-year-old great grandmother from Canberra, Australia who finally said "yes" to her boyfriend of 20 years Frank Raymond, 88.
Great White Shark Jumps Into 73-Year-Old's Boat: "I Was Losing A Fair Amount Of Blood. I Thought 'Oh My God, I've Got To Get Out Of Here'."Terry Selwood was fishing for snapper off Evans Head in Australia when an unexpected visitor lepat into his boat.
This Coffee Shop Serves Lattes Inside AvocadosDoes an avolatte sound good to you?
Facebook Reportedly Knows When We're Anxious, And Targets Ads To Us AccordinglyWe all know websites gather up data or cookies from us every time we go online, and then provide ads that might cater to our interests or needs, but is there a point when any of these websites go too far?
Australian Man Saves Drowned Lizard By Giving It CPR For 30 Minutes"I was like, 'Oh no. Goner. First casualty for the pool," Dale Hall told ABC News.