We’ve heard that Bolivian soccer is good, but not scary good.
A few opinions may have changed on that front after creepy footage from a soccer game between Bolivian club The Strongest and Defensor Sporting went viral Wednesday.
The footage shows a black shadow-like figure running across the stands and through crowds of fans at Hernando Siles Stadium in La Paz.
Take a look for yourself:
I don’t know whether it’s the quality of the footage or the lighting (maybe both?) but something just feels off as I watch this.
Clearly the figure is moving faster than a normal human being could, which has some thinking this is a ghost.
Or this could just be a superimposed image, and we’re all being trolled by the internet once again.
Either way, at least the teams didn’t
have to spend the night at a haunted hotel.
The wait is over.
Rivaldo’s reign as worst flopper has come to an end.
You remember Rivaldo, right? The Brazilian international — and former (unofficial) holder of the world’s worst flop — who clutched his face in agony after a Turkish player viciously assaulted him at the 2002 World Cup.
Rest easy, Rivaldo, you’re off the hook now that a Samoan rugby player has one-upped your Academy Award-worthy performance.
We can’t be sure, and we don’t want to jump to conclusions, but we’re thinking Simaika Mikaele, a rugby sevens player for his country, might have made a meal of this.
[H/T to independent.ie]
Which flop was worse?
[H/T to ExtraMustard for spotting this]
The Tonight Show and hockey don’t often meet.
Jimmy Fallon’s Tuesday night show was an exception, however. The comedian ran a segment called Tonight Show Superlatives, which was basically a tongue-in-cheek, fake NHL awards show.
Three Pittsburgh Penguins and three Boston Bruins received the silly honours:
The list of “award winners”:
Penguins’ Beau Bennett, Most Likely To Get a Penalty for Frosting Tips
Bruins’ Brad Marchand, Most Likely to Play a Pizza Delivery Guy in an 80s Movie About Skiing
Bruins’ Dougie Hamilton, Easiest to Replicate as a Bobblehead
Bruins’ Zdeno Chara, Most Likely to be Two Humans Sewn Together
Penguins’ Matt Niskanen, Worst at Darts
Penguins’ Simon Depres, 2nd Worst at Darts
Drake took the term “rolling with my homies” to a whole new level on Tuesday.
Toronto’s pride and joy was spotted lint rolling his clearly lint-infested pants during the first quarter in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinal series between the Raptors and Nets.
The Raptors ended up winning the game 100-95, to tie the series at 1-1, but who cares about that!
Many claim lint rolling isn’t very gangster or thug of Aubrey to do.
I tend to disagree with that line of thinking; I just see it as gangsta maintenance.
It’s refreshing to see the man who runs the T Dot also has time to lint roll court side.
Now you’re talking my language Drizzy.