A fight broke out in the stands at the 2016 Wing Bowl -- because chicken wings clearly bring out some very strong emotions.
The fan footage shows competitive eating spectators inside the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia as they brawl over who knows what. Perhaps there wasn't enough blue cheese dressing for everyone.
Warning: The video above contains language that may be unsuitable for some audiences.
Down on the playing field, Molly Schuyler devoured 429 wings to take home her second Wing Bowl title in three years. Last year's champ, Patrick Bertoletti, chowed down a mere 408.
Most importantly, six competitive eaters were eliminated from the competition for vomiting, according to NJ.com.
Here's another clip of the fight. Can't we all just get along?
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An adventurous sea lion in California recently paid a visit to a local gift shop, taking a break from the ocean in favor of a little window shopping.
According to the gift shop's Facebook page:
A young sea lion climbed up all 145 steps from Sunny Jim Sea Cave and wandered into The Cave Store right at closing today! He wandered around the store for nearly 10 minutes, confused and scared before I got him out the back door, through the garden gate, and heading back to the ocean!
We can only assume that the sea lion's parents were like "You're not going to the gift shop." And the sea lion was like "Oh, yes I am."
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Anti-whaling activists have shared remarkable drone footage showing a blue whale mother swimming alongside her calf.
The MV Steve Irwin was searching for poachers in late January as part of "Operation Icefish 2015-16" when the ship happened upon the massive animals.
"The ship ... encountered the pair while on the search for illegal activity on the high seas," said a post on the ship's official Facebook page.
Crew members dispatched a drone and recorded the unbelievable sighting.
The blue whale is known to grow up to 100 feet long and weigh upwards of 200 tons, according to National Geographic.
"Spotting a blue whale from the deck of the Steve Irwin is a thrill, but being able to film the biggest animals on the planet from the air is truly awe-inspiring," Gavin Garrison, a drone pilot and crew member, said in the post.
The ship, named for the late "Crocodile Hunter" star Steve Irwin, has been featured on the Animal Planet show "Whale Wars."
Authorities in Florida are searching for a 17-year-old girl last seen when she left home for the school bus.
Friends and family are searching for Kaylee Posey of Ocoee. Her mother, Katherine Evans, told ClickOrlando that it's possible her daughter ran away or ended up in a bad situation.
"Basically, we don't have hardly any leads. We are just looking for her," Evans said.
"Somebody has to know something. If somebody knows something, I just want them to say, 'Yes, well, she's OK. She's safe. I know where she's at.'"
Posey was last seen on Jan. 25, according to The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Ocoee Police Lt. Mike Bryant said Posey never showed up for school the day she disappeared.
“We don’t think she’s in danger like in somebody taking her," Bryant told Fox 35. "Just because of her age and she’s out there on her own, there is the temptation. She’s vulnerable and we don’t want anyone taking advantage of a runaway that’s out there by herself."
Investigators say that, in addition to Florida, Posey could be in West Virginia or Georgia, where she has family.
Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Grogan with the Ocoee Police at (407) 554-7211.
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A Philadelphia man is accused of robbing a Buddhist monk as he purchased lottery tickets from a gas station.
Security footage shows the 61-year-old victim -- dressed in orange robes -- at a lottery machine on Jan. 3 when he is ambushed by the suspect. Police said that the suspect grabbed about $350 in cash from the monk's hands.
The victim chases the suspect out of the Sunoco station in South Philly and into the parking lot. A struggle between the monk and suspect ensued, leaving the monk with a scratch on his leg.
The suspect escaped in a dark silver Ford Mustang with a PA tag of JHY-3783, according to CBS Philly.
The Philadelphia Daily News confirmed with authorities that the victim is indeed a monk.
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