Nightclub DJ beaten up after playing ‘Despacito’ for the 10th time

A serious quarrel happened last weekend in a Ibiza nightclub, after a group of heated young men went upstairs towards the D.J. booth for hitting and kicking him.

Security staff could were barely able to cope with the mess and had to call the police that fast enough arrested the four attackers and took them to the station. One of them alleged that the D.J. were all night playing Luis Fonsi’s song ‘Despacito’, and that they have been warning him to stop playing it because they were fed up, but he kept on challenging them. When he got to the 10th time, they could not bear it anymore and went up ‘to beat the crap out of him’.

Despite the police officers understood them, they had to denounce them because as they said ‘you cannot work problems out like that’

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Unbelievable Coincidences That Leave Us With Many Questions About the World

Life sometimes brings us strange surprises that are seemingly impossible to explain simply by referring to theories of probabilty.

We at Bright Side never cease to be amazed by the coincidences that occur in this world which demonstrate just how unpredictable and mysterious it is.

Enzo Ferrari, who founded the Ferrari company, died in 1988. About a month later, the footballer Mesut Özil was born. Looking at their portraits, you could be forgiven for thinking they’re twin brothers. Is this a case of reincarnation?

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Pilot forced to make emergency landing after fight breaks out when passenger refuses to stop FARTING

The Dubai to Amsterdam flight made an unscheduled stop in Vienna as the elderly overweight man reportedly refused to contain himself

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A pilot was forced to make an emergency landing after a fight broke-out when a passenger wouldn’t stop FARTING.

The Dubai to Amsterdam flight made an unscheduled stop in Vienna as the elderly overweight man reportedly refused to contain himself in the packed out cabin.

Chaos erupted on the flight when two Dutchman who were sitting next to the flatulent man told him to stop and complained to Transavia Airlines crew.

Yet despite repeated requests and even a direct order from the pilot the man carried on and a fight broke out.

The pilot of the Dutch low-cost airline then decided to make an emergency landing at Vienna International Airport in Austria.

Officers boarded the plane with police dogs and four suspects were escorted off the plane.

The pilot had reported “passengers on the rampage” before footage emerged of passengers being removed in a post on social media by Alfred Dekker.

A police spokesman confirmed that the incident centred around a passenger suffering from wind who was not attempting to restrain himself and that this offended two young Dutchmen -who started a fight with the man.

Two sisters sitting in the same row as the men were also escorted off the plane – but they told local media they hadn’t done anything wrong.

Nora Lachhab, 25, told De Telegraaf: “It was crazy that we were included, we had no idea who these boys were, we just had the bad luck to be in the same row and we didn’t do anything.

“They did not do anything to justify the bizarre behaviour of the Transavia crew.

“Do they sometimes think that all Moroccans cause problems? That’s why we do not let it sit.

“We had to find our own flights home with another airline.

“All I will say is that the crew were really provocative and stirred things up.”

A spokesman for the airline told local media that the four people have now received a ban from any further travels.

They were not arrested because they had not broken any Austrian laws.

The spokesman insisted that the ladies were also guilty of misbehaviour and verbal abuse.

He said: “Our crew must ensure a safe flight.

“When passengers pose risks, they immediately intervene – Our people are trained for that.

“They know very well where the boundaries are.

“Transavia is therefore square behind the cabin crew and the pilots. ”

Transavia also imposed a travel ban on the four travellers. That means that they are no longer welcome on flights.

It also examines whether the costs of the stopover in Vienna can be recovered from them.

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Did human-chimp hybrid ever exist? 

A renowned scientist has made a sensational claim that almost 100 years ago, a human-chimp hybrid was created in a lab in the US – before later being killed by panicked doctors.

Evolutionary psychologist Gordon Gallup claims his former university professor confirmed that a successful ‘humanzee’ experiment occurred in Orange Park, Florida in the 1920s.

It would mean that a female chimp was artificially inseminated with human sperm, before successfully falling pregnant with a half-human, half ape child.

Gallup told The Sun : “They inseminated a female chimpanzee with human semen from an undisclosed donor and claimed not only that pregnancy occurred, but the pregnancy went full term and resulted in a live birth.

scientist, who worked at Yerkes before the research centre was relocated to Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1930.

The earliest and most notable example of human-ape hybridisation is the work of Russian scientist Ilya Ivanovich Ivanov, who conducted a series of famous experiments in the 1920s.

He inseminated female chimpanzees with human sperm, but none of the animals ever fell pregnant.

Ivanov also set up several controversial experiments involving ape sperm and human volunteers, but his project was halted and never resumed.

More recently, in 1958, Oliver the chimpanzee was touted as a humanzee, due to his unusually human-like appearance.

He was able to walk upright, instead of on his knuckles, and was bald with freckles and a protruding nose, which only added to the speculation.

But in 1996, a DNA test revealed that Oliver had 48 chromosomes – the number of a

normal chimpanzee.

It was claimed that he he 47 – the number in between a chimp’s 48 and a human’s 46 chromosomes.

Oliver died in 2012, at the age of 55.

Gallup claims that it’s not only possible to crossbreed humans with chimpanzees, but with all the great apes, including gorillas and orangutan.

He added: “Humans and all three of the great apes species are all descended from a single common ape-like ancestry.

“I’ve also coined what would be the appropriate terms to refer to human-gorilla hybrids and human-orangutan hybrids which would be a ‘hurilla’ and a ‘hurang’.”

But while he admits it would be “fascinating” to see a real-life example of a humanzee, Gallup is unsure whether the costs of such a bizarre and controversial biological experiment would outweigh the benefits.

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Girl’s cunning revenge on text scammer is so perfect other people are desperate to try it too

How many times have you heard your message tone go off and looked at your phone excitedly, only to see a borderline nonsensical text from a would-be scammer?

These scammers have all sorts of ways and means of trying to get your attention.

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Hazardous common mistake people make with plastic containers in the microwave

How often do you bung a plastic container or plate in the microwave and set the dial to ‘nuke’ without giving it a second thought?

If this sounds like you, then according to food and nutrition experts, it needs to stop.

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Fears over new iPhone Wi-Fi bug that lets hackers hijack your phone and secretly install malicious apps

Hackers could secretly hijack your iPhone and install malicious apps, according to researchers who have found a new Wi-Fi bug.

Security experts showed this bug could install malicious apps without the owner being aware – similar to the Key Reinstallation Attacks or Krack that emerged last month. 

Uncovering the flaw won a security lab the top prize of $110,000 (£760,000) at a hacking contest in Tokyo.

The details of the hack have not been made public and Apple has not had time to patch the flaw.

.At the global Pwn2Own hacking contest the Tencent Keen Security Lab showed how a Wi-Fi bug could get entry to iPhones.

This means the most sensitive information such as banking information and passwords could be taken by hackers.

‘Once we verify the research presented is a true 0-day exploit, we immediately disclose the vulnerability to the vendor, who then has 90 days to release a fix,’ explains Zero Day Institutewho ran the initiative.

‘Representatives from Apple, Google, and Huawei are all here and able to ask questions of the researchers if needed.’

It could be related to iOS 11.1 as that is what all the phones at the hacking event were running on, according to a tweet from Zero Day Initiative.

Apple has not issued a statement but on its security webpage it says: ‘Apple doesn’t disclose, discuss, or confirm security issues until an investigation has occurred and patches or releases are available.’

‘Recent releases are listed on the Apple security updates page.’

.Just last month security experts warned we should be on high alert as our home networks could be vulnerable to attack by hackers from a similar Wi-Fi bug. 

It emerged encryption algorithms designed to protect people’s privacy online had been cracked.

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