These incredible pictures from the dark, dingy lanes of New Delhi reveal the life inside Asias largest vehicle scrapyard.
Covered in grease, oil and dust, men in Mayapuri Junkyard work round the clock to dismantle thousands of old, dying vehicles. Spread in a massive area in the national capital city of India, hundreds of vehicles are broken down to pieces every day.
The junkyard has as many as 4,000 retail units
From an abandoned bicycle to an obsolete ship, these men can dismantle anything and everything within few hours. The junkyard is an enormous hub of as many as 4,000 retail units that sell reusable machine parts extracted from abandoned vehicles and have an annual turnover of more than 600 million.
A man falls while trying to ride an electric hoverboard inside the house. Have you ever tried to ride one of these hoverboards? They are tricky! This man is determined to give it a try and he isnt afraid to lean on his dad and his daughter. Even with the help of his family, he manages to fall.
This super tiny Tokyo apartment may just be one of the smallest places we have seen so far, yet at 8 m2 (82 ft2) it still provides a perfect space to allow Emma (originally from Australia) to live a big life in Japan.
This is the stomach-churning moment a real-life swamp monster emerges from a toilet. It is believed to have been born in the pipe work and survived on sewage – only emerging for the first time after getting too big for the plumbing works in Alor Setar, Malaysia.
Check out this adorable and hilarious compilation of kids and babies taking selfies. I promise that you will be questioning your selfie taking skills the entire time you might even feel like stealing some of their poses slash techniques.