How not to drive in Moscow: Russian driver facing jail after police track him down from his dashcam videos

ow not to drive in Moscow: Russian driver facing jail after police track him down from his dashcam videos By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 09:49 GMT, 10 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:01 GMT, 11 February 2013 A reckless Russian driver has been caught red-handed after he posted videos online of his antics. The self-styled Black Devil cruised around Moscow in a black Porsche Cayenne and uploaded videos of his hair-raising exploits on YouTube.

Please wake up: Dog desperately tries to revive his dead mate after she is killed by a car – then stands guard by her side for SIX HOURS

Please wake up: Dog desperately tries to revive his dead mate after she is killed by a car – then stands guard by her side for SIX HOURS Moving pictures show the stray dog carefully nudging and licking his mateThe female dog was hit by a car on a busy road in Zhangzhou, ChinaDuring six hours at her side he only moved a feet away to avoid traffic | UPDATED: 11:44 GMT, 19 December 2012 A stray dog stands guard over the body of his dead mate and in a moving display of devotion continues to lick her head in a bid to revive her. These heartbreaking pictures taken in Zhangzhou, in China's Fujian Province, show the animal carefully nudging the female dog after she was hit and killed by a car. After he fails to wake her, the male refuses to leave and stays within feet of his mate for six hours.

Texting while crossing the road makes you four times more likely to ignore oncoming traffic and lights

How a text can put you on the road to injury: Study finds that using your mobile phone while walking could be deadlyPeople are four times more likely to ignore traffic and disobey lights if textingUniversity of Washington study looked at 1,000 'real-time' pedestrians One in three were using phones or doing something similarly distracting | UPDATED: 07:55 GMT, 13 December 2012 Using a mobile while crossing the road could cost your life, warn researchers. Texting while crossing the road was the riskiest activity, making people four times more likely to ignore oncoming traffic and disobey the lights, according to a new study