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Two very lucky twin brothers escaped unharmed after their unsupervised playtime took a very dangerous turn.
While two-year-olds Brock and Bowdy Shoff were climbing on a twin dresser in their Utah home, a large dresser toppled over on them, trapping little Brock beneath it.
In a nearly two-minute-long home surveillance video, Bowdy can be seen attempting to free his brother, and thankfully, after mustering up all his strength he was miraculously able to push the dresser off of his brother.
After the terrifying event, the boys’ parents decided to share the video on Facebook to raise awareness of the dangers of leaving young children by themselves, reminding parents, “Please make sure all your dressers are bolted and secured to the wall.”
An American social media celebrity says he was removed from a New York-bound plane in London with a friend after speaking Arabic on the aircraft.
Adam Saleh posted video of the incident on Wednesday to his Twitter feed.
“Delta airlines kicked us out for speaking Arabic to my mom on a plane,” Saleh tweeted.
By the time of publishing, a recorded clip he posted had been shared more than 300,000 times.
“We’re getting kicked out because we spoke a different language,” Adam Saleh says in the clip. “This is 2016. Delta airlines are kicking us out because we spoke a different language.”
Addressing one his fellow passengers, he can be seen saying: “I spoke a word [of Arabic], and you said you feel uncomfortable?”
Saleh had been due to fly from London to New York with his friend Slim Albaher.
Saleh said that they were later placed on another flight, having been re-checked by security.
Saleh is a YouTube star, with more than 1.5 million subscribers. Many of his videos feature him carrying out practical jokes.