There are lots of great things about this video. Here they are, in descending order:
A Florida woman was arrested Thursday for alleged domestic battery after her husband’s waist-mounted GoPro camera caught her “intentionally striking him in the testicles.” According to an arrest report obtained by The Smoking Gun, the man had started wearing the camera “due to issues in the past with incidents like this.”
This ol' world changes so fast these days, it feels like there's nothing you can count on anymore. You go to bed on Monday feeling good because you dropped everything to watch a baby seal on a surfboard, and your life—vis. surfing animals—has pretty much peaked. And then someone's gotta go and teach a pig to surf, too.
When Kristin Dickerson went into labor late last month after a 42-week pregnancy, her husband Troy Dickerson did the sensible thing and strapped a GoPro camera to his head to capture the dramatic, high-speed ride to the hospital and the birth itself, which took place as an understandably frantic Kristen stood outside the hospital's entrance.
All that is seemingly evil in this world—frat parties, drones, GoPro cameras being attached to things—have finally converged. The Sigma Nus at Ole Miss threw a "Woodstock Party" and there is now aerial footage of the proceedings, for whatever reason that needed to happen.
Cyclist Malcolm Fox was wrapping up a bike ride at a popular trail in Somerset West, South Africa, when three men, one of the armed with a gun, approached him. They took his bike, phone, car keys, and sunglasses, but left the GoPro camera mounted on his helmet.
If you continue to wonder what it looks like inside of a dishwasher as it runs (perhaps in the same way you wondered if the refrigerator light stayed on with the door closed), wonder no more: someone finally put a GoPro camera inside their dishwasher.