This week’s photos are just off the wall bonkers. We circled the globe looking for the craziest most insane pictures we could find and we think we did.
The picture above shows Elaine Davidson, who has almost 7,000 piercings covering her body, marrying her new husband Douglas Watson, at a low-key wedding reception in Edinburgh, UK.
Next we go to India, where a wild elephant gores an unidentified man to death in the bamboo bazaar area of Mysore, about 93 miles from the southern city of Bangalore. According to news reports, two wild elephants killed a man and injured other people causing widespread panic.
Last but not least, we meet Staysha Randall, who breaks the Guinness Book record in Las Vegas by doing something very painful.
We can’t make these pictures up, so look for yourselves.
Elaine Davidson, who has almost 7,000 piercings covering her body.
Mikhail stretches out one of his legs, just like in a yoga ‘boat pose,’ as he limbers up at Kaliningrad Zoo.
Sideshow performer Staysha Randall gets pierced at Inktoxicated Tattoos and breaks the Guinness Book record in Las Vegas.
A teenage boy survived being beaten, tortured, shot and strung up over the side of a motorway bridge in Monterrey, Mexico by a drug cartel.
Are You Serious?:
Look into my eyes: Marion Cotillard has hit on a novel way to ensure eye contact with men in a spoof advert posted on Funny Or Die.
Khaled Boshala cuts meat for a client in his butcher shop in the old city of Benghazi, Libya on June 7. The butcher shop is new and its name is “Castle of February 17,” the first day when the revolutionary movement started in Benghazi.
A wild elephant gores an unidentified man to death in the bamboo bazaar area of Mysore, about 93 miles from the southern city of Bangalore, India on June 8. According to news reports, two wild elephants have killed a man and injured other people causing widespread panic.
Fall Back Daddy-O:
Dale Price has adopted 170 wacky costumes to see off the school bus as it passes his family home in American Fork, Utah. Everyday Price dons a different costume and waves his kids goodbye.
Run & Hide:
Lightning is seen amid a cloud of ash billowing from the Puyehue volcano near Osorno in southern Chile, 540 miles south of Santiago on June 5. The volcano erupted for the first time in half a century on June 4. The National Service of Geology and Mining warned of strong seismic activity which later resulted in an explosion that started the eruption which also produced a column of gas six miles high.