There’s something not quite right about the story of World Cup fans trashing an ambulance

View the full image While multiple people took part in trashing a London ambulance after the football, one woman has been singled-out and virally vilified. While the whole country was aggressively off their faces after England’s World Cup win on Saturday afternoon, things started to get a little out of hand. Pictures and videos began to spread across social media of fans piling into the streets, moshing in IKEA, jumping on car roofs, and smashing through the tops of bus shelters. While a lot of the shenanigans were harmless and light-hearted, the havoc resulted in some actual criminal damage. There were smashed cars and buses, the aforementioned shattered bus shelter,… Read More

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Lil Tay returned from her mysterious absence with a trailer for her new reality TV show

Lil Tay has a trailer for a new reality TV show called “Life With Lil Tay.” Her Instagram account posted the trailer not long after she wiped the account clean and asked that someone help her. In a caption for the trailer, her management team says she’s going through a difficult time, and that the show was shot before her current troubles. Lil Tay is back. After the controversial 9-year-old Instagram star wiped her social media presence and posted a cryptic message that said “Help me,” her latest Instagram post promotes her newest project: a reality TV series. The show, titled “Life with Lil Tay” will premiere on the Zeus… Read More

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Here’s when the 2018 FIFA World Cup final starts where you live — and how you can watch it live online

The 2018 FIFA World Cup final in Russia kicks off on Sunday, July 15. There are only two former World Cup champions left, as the semifinals draw near — with France vs. Belgium and Croatia vs. England left to battle it out for Sunday’s showdown. Here’s everything you need to know — including how you can stream the game live online. Read all of Business Insider’s World Cup coverage right here. It’s happening — the 2018 FIFA World Cup final is almost here. The 2018 World Cup — a festival of soccer that only happens once every four years — has defied expectations, eliminated tournament favourites like Brazil, France, and… Read More

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