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Best Man Knocked Into A Coma During Traditional Wedding Prank

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A best man was knocked into a coma after being brutally shaken in the air by in what was said to be a wedding tradition in east China. Mobile phone footage emerged showing six wedding guests lifting him up from a chair and fiercely swinging him up and down. The man hit the ground on his head and appeared to be unconscious.

According to iFeng.com, a man in white shirt was targeted in a wedding prank in Dongying, Shandong Province, on October 8.

The prank, known as ‘Da Hang’, is said to be a popular wedding prank games to entertain the newlyweds and guests in some rural areas in China.

During the supposed prank, wedding guests imitate the action of piling on construction sites. They are supposed to lift the best man or the bridesmaid up before striking them onto a mattress.

The video clip shows about six male wedding guests holding the best man’s limbs and lifting him up before dropping him down. They had not put a mattress on the ground, so the best man hit the floor directly.

It remains unclear whether or not the guests had let the best man hit the ground so hard on purpose.

However, his head hit the ground hard first.

The man lost his conscious for a while after the hit.

He was taken to the hospital and was found to sustain a concussion.

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Giraffe truncates South African film-maker’s life

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A South African film-maker was killed by a giraffe while filming on a reserve outside Johannesburg, the game lodge’s owner has said, adding that he died after being air-lifted to hospital.

The giraffe hit Carlos Carvalho in the head at the Glen Afric Country Lodge in North West province.

“When Carlos was standing in front of the giraffe, the animal spread its legs, bent its neck and swung its head at Carlos,” Richard Brooker, whose family owns the lodge said.

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The giraffe, called Gerald, “did nothing wrong,” Brooker said.

Callacrew, a South African film production agency, said Carvalho died on Wednesday night.

“It is with a very sad heart that we have to announce the passing of Carlos Carvalho, one of our favorite DOPs (director of photography),” it said on its Facebook page.

“Carlos was filming a feature at Glen Afric and had a fatal run in with a giraffe on set.”

Carvalho, a 47-year-old father-of-two, was reported to have been looking through the camera eyepiece to take close-up images of the giraffe when the incident occurred.

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Kenya: President Uhuru Kenyatta wins African award for infrastructure

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Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta has been declared the winner of this year’s Babacar Ndiaye’s African award on transport and road infrastructure.

In a ceremony in Dakar, Senegal on Friday the Africa Road Builders said Kenyatta won the 2018 award for Jubilee’s projects in railway, road, air as well as a nationwide street lighting.

Kenyatta will be presented with award on 23 May in Busan, South Korea, during the African Development Bank annual meeting.

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Babacar Ndiaye was an economist and a former president of the African Development Bank. He died last year at the age of 82.

The President of Media for Infrastructure and Finance in Africa Adama Wade cited the Mombasa–Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway as major project that has had immense impact.

“The SGR has reduced costs of travelling between the two cities by half and at the same time taking half of the time for the trip,” he said.

“We thank and congratulate the AfDB and its President Dr Akinwumi Adesina for putting the issue of roads and transport high on its agenda through its ‘High 5 to Transform Africa’ programme,” said Mr Wade.

The General Commissioner of Africa Road Builders Barthélemy Kouame noted that transport networks, like blood vessels, must not be clogged.

He congratulated Kenya for the efforts to improve transport and to foster regional growth through such projects as the Lamu Port.

“We note the crucial role Kenya is playing as a commercial hub of East and Central Africa and the investment in big infrastructure projects to live up to the status,” he said.

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