A mother has taught her son a harsh lesson after she became concerned by his entitled attitude.
Cierra Forney, from Georgia, has revealed via her Facebook account that she noticed her son was becoming snobbish about his attire.
She explained: "Acting like he's too good to shop at Wal-Mart or making snarky comments about kids at school who shop at the goodwill
and quite a few other things."
So he had to take his own $20 to the goodwill to buy clothes to wear the entire week to school.
"Whatever he found is what he would have to wear. He isn't happy and shed a few tears but I firmly believe in 15 years he will look back and laugh at the day his mom made him shop at goodwill."
An aspiring driver has lashed out at his former instructor after he performed a U-turn on an agreement that allowed him to use his car for his upcoming test.
Daniel, from Corby in Northamptonshire, has alleged that his instructor went back on agreement that would have seen him take his test using the same car he'd been learning in.
As a result, he was forced to find another driver and an instructor at short notice. He said: "I had about 70 to 80 lessons with this guy, which is too many I know that. Then he tells me I'm ready to book a test, he gave me the number. Then, four days before my test he said I couldn't use his car and he wouldn't drive me to the test centre."
A Bitcoin scammer was convinced into dressing up as a raccoon and crawling through rubbish by his would-be victim.
Neil Murphy, from Belfast, opted to have a bit of fun at the expense of his scammer when he was sent a message asking for a donation.
Neil said he'd spend as much as PS851 if his scammer was willing to do the unusual task he requested.
When the scammer took issue with the suggestion, Neil replied: "I cannot trust you. I have been scammed before. "Last time I sent somebody the Bitcoin and he sent me a picture of him dressed as a badger instead of a raccoon and he didn't even scavenge in a bin."
And after some negotiation, the scammer did eventually perform the task and even sent the embarrassing pictures to Neil.
A horseman was told he'd need to dismount before being served by staff at a McDonald's drive-thru.
Workers at the restaurant in Beccles, Suffolk, were shocked when the man attempted to order some fast-food from the comfort of his horse.
And he was quickly told that unless he dismounted, he wouldn't be served. Jason Barrett, 43, watched the surreal incident unfold and he said, according to the Metro newspaper: "I had to do a double take because you don't see that every day.
"But I looked around and no one seemed to be bothered, I just thought
people must be used to it."