Okt 312013
Bus Driver Saves Woman From Jumping Off Bridge

Darnell Barton has become an American hero overnight.

While driving his bus on the usual route, he noticed a woman hanging off the guardrail of a bridge over a Buffalo highway. 

„It didn’t seem real because of what was going on around… Traffic was going as normal, pedestrians going by as normal.“

Barton can be seen in this bus camera video, published online by the Associated Press, pulling over and asking the woman if she was OK. He then calmly walked off the bus, put his arm around her, and pulled her to safety. 

„I was meant to be there for her at that moment. And I was.“


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Sep 172013
Dancing Queen At The Bus Stop

This original video by Jane Rowland, posted in April, is trending again now. Now, according to the publisher, the video has become a „worldwide Internet sensation.“

The clip, appropriate titled Dancing Queen At The Bus Stop, features a woman performing a subtle dance while waiting at the bus stop. The dancing is only enhanced by Abba’s Dancing Queen playing in the background. 

Now, the viral video has amassed over 400,000 views, and continues to trend through the week. 


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Sep 022013
Water Trapped In Bus Double Pane Window

This quirky video by Andreas Roedl was actually posted in 2012, but it has only exploded online now, instantly garnering over 150,000 hits over the weekend. 

While travelling on bus, the camera-person noticed water in between the two glazed windows by their seat. The water became especially hypnotic once the bus was on its way.


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Jun 242013

London is one of the world’s most famous cities, renown for their tea, Buckingham Palace guards, and of course, their double-decker buses. 

Pepsi Max collaborated with British magician Dynamo to present this instantaneous viral video, Bus Levitation.

Impossibly, Dynamo levitates on the side of one of London’s icon double-decker buses as it rolls through the timeless town with only his left hand seemingly supporting his entire body. 


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Jun 072013

To promote their new Photoshop software, Adobe commissioned a hilarious prank at a bus stop that they set up with a flat screen TV billboard.

With a lightening fast Photoshop ‚magician‘ hidden, they took pictures of waiting travelers, ’shopped the photos into something hilarious or ridiculous, and then sent the image to the billboard in the bus stop for the travelers to be shocked and amused by. 


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