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Hungry Snake Picked The Wrong Dinner

Hungry Snake Picked The Wrong Dinner

Researchers on Golem Grad Island, Macedonia, stumbled upon a rather intriguing and wholly disgusting find whilst looking for snakes - a dead young viper with the head of a huge centipede protruding through its body. What a way to go! The report has been briefly described in the journal Ecologica Montenegrina.

Nose-horned vipers (Vipera ammodytes) are venomous snakes found in southern Europe, the Balkans and certain parts of the Middle East. They can grow up to 95 centimeters and possess a characteristic “horn” on the snout, hence the name. They’re also considered to be the most dangerous European viper because their venom is highly toxic, but they’re a pretty docile species that tend to only bite when provoked.

Adult nose-horned vipers usually feed on lizards, smaller snakes and rabbits on Golem Grad, whilst the juveniles eat lizards and a particular species of centipede, the Megarian banded centipede (Scolopendra cingulata). It is not uncommon for snakes to consume potentially dangerous prey, and there have been numerous reports of death due to them “biting off more than they can chew”. Although, as mentioned, these vipers are known to eat this particular species of centipede, it seems that this cocky snake may have underestimated his dinner this time.

Hungry Snake Picked The Wrong Dinner

S. cingulata can be pretty savage killers themselves; they’re opportunistic carnivores and will eat almost anything that’s not larger than themselves. The authors of the paper note that it’s exceedingly difficult to kill a full-grown Scolopendra. Some people even keep these creepy crawlies as pets. Each to their own I suppose.

The team measured the viper and the centipede; the centipede was found to be 84% of the viper’s trunk length, 112% of its body width and 114% of its body weight. This isn’t hugely impressive compared to the size of animals that snakes have been found to consume previously. But what is interesting/disgusting is that upon dissection, the snake was missing all of its visceral organs- the centipede was occupying the entire volume of the snake’s body. They think it’s possible that the snake swallowed the centipede alive, but the centipede ate its way through the snake in an attempt of freedom, bursting its way through the snake’s abdomen (I am going to have nightmares now…). But unfortunately the poor little guy didn’t make it and died inside the snake with his head poking out. So close… Yet so far…

Hungry Snake Picked The Wrong Dinner

If you're scarred for life from reading this, have some emergency comedy of a rare bird humping a photographer's head.

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Futurist's Mind-Blowing Technology Will Take Over the Planet [VIDEO]

Futurist's Mind-Blowing Technology Will Take Over the Planet

A future where everyone is walking around outfitted with the equivalent of Google Glass and other “immersive technologies” (as in, “blurring the line between physical reality and the digital/simulated world”).

A future where your trashcan is wired with sensors to “talk” to your refrigerator about what you just threw away (and therefore whoever is monitoring the data also knows what you threw away, how much you throw away, if what you had was legal to have by whatever ridiculous laws are in place at the time, and whether or not you could have/should have recycled it instead, so you will be fined appropriately).

Futurist's Mind-Blowing Technology Will Take Over the Planet

A future where someone somewhere knows how much electricity, water and resources you are using (and therefore whether you will need to be limited or charged more in carbon taxes).

A future where every single last thing you buy — ever — will be kept on an interactive, “smart” record because cash will no longer exist.

A future that the video says, “will tell us what we need and when we need it”… Why will it do that? Because robots will be everywhere, they’ll be smarter than us, and we’ll be tracked and traced at our every single step. In fact, that song by the Police will become the new anthem of the human race. Sing along with me! “Every breath you take…every move you make…

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This Is What Snake Venom Does To Your Blood [VIDEO]

This Is What Snake Venom Does To Your Blood

We all know snake venom is dangerous, but seeing the toxin in action is another matter. Now, thanks to YouTube user fragrancemad, the world can see just what happens to human blood in the process—and it’s not pretty.

“I was doing some research for Cobra parfum by Jeannes Arthes and came across this video about snake venom by mistake – it’s so incredible that I just had to upload it to YouTube,” the user wrote in the video’s info section.

“Basically, a single drop of this venom (from a Russell’s viper) is dripped onto a petri dish of blood, and in seconds the blood clots into a thick chunk of solid matter.”

Yikes!

Dr. Terence M. Davidson, M.D., of the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, explains on his website exactly what the venom from a Russell’s Viper can do to a human.

“In Sri Lanka, Burma and India it is responsible for the majority of snakebite incidents. It is a very dangerous snake. Large members of some species can easily deliver a lethal dose in humans. Victims will usually complain of pain at the bite site, and swelling may be evident.”

Besides bleeding disorders, he noted, symptoms can include acute kidney failure, swelling eyelids, difficulty speaking and general weakness.

This Is What Snake Venom Does To Your Blood

It may sound scary, but snake venom can be very useful to humans. In a study published last year in the Journal Of Biological Chemistry researchers noted important medical uses of the sinister stuff.

“Snake venom contains a vast number of toxins that target proteins in platelets,” Yonchol Shin, an associate professor at Kogakuin University who specializes in snake toxins told ScienceDaily. “Some of those toxins prevent platelets from clotting, which can lead to profuse bleeding in snake bite victims. Others, like the one we’ve focused this research on, potently activate platelets, which results in blood clots. Identification of the molecular targets of many of these toxins has made an enormous contribution to our understanding of platelet activation and related diseases.”

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Lab-Grown Vaginas Implanted In 4 Teenagers Functioning Normally

Lab-Grown Vaginas Implanted In 4 Teenagers Functioning Normally

Lab-grown vaginas implanted in four teenagers five to eight years ago is working fine in each of them. Patients had to undergo surgery because they were born with a rare genetic condition in which the vagina and uterus were underdeveloped or absent.

Patients have reported normal functions and are now sexually active.

Although this is a small pilot study, the results show that vaginal organs can be constructed in the lab and used successfully in people, said study researcher Dr. Anthony Atala, director of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center's Institute for Regenerative Medicine, according to Scientific American

Lab-Grown Vaginas Implanted In 4 Teenagers Functioning Normally

"A lot of what we are doing right now is really applicable to patients who have deformity or abnormal organs for many other conditions - of course, the most prominent being cancer - [and] also patients who may have an injury in the area," Atala said.

Each patient who underwent the surgery had a congenital deformation called Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser (MRKH) syndrome, which affects between one in 1,500 and one in 4,000 female infants.

For building up the personalized vaginas, researchers took a small piece of vulvar tissue from each patient and allowed them to multiply in the lab dishes.

"We were able to shape the scaffold specifically for each patient, and place this device with the cells in a bioreactor - which is an ovenlike device and has the same conditions as the human body - for about a week, until it was slightly more mature," Atala said.

Lab-Grown Vaginas Implanted In 4 Teenagers Functioning Normally

Once the organ was ready to be implanted, doctors surgically created a cavity in the patients' bodies and stitched one side of the vaginal organ to the opening of the cavity and the other side to the uterus.

"The whole process takes about five to six weeks, from the time we take the tissue from the patient to the time we actually plant the engineered construct back into the patient," Atala said.

Researchers added that risks of complications were higher with these techniques as the tissue substitute is not vaginal tissue.

The study has been published in the journal Lancet.

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Train Conductor Kicks Selfie-Taking Douche In The Head

A foolish thrillseeker got a swift boot to the head while trying to take the world's most dangerous selfie - just inches from a moving train.

Jared Frank, 22, from Regina, Canada, took the risky selfie on the Inca Trail in Peru - the train route that runs from Cusco to the 'Lost City of the Incas' at Machu Picchu.

He was visiting the region with a friend, and wanted to take a snap of himself with one of the route's iconic blue and yellow trains passing in the background.

Train Conductor Kicks Selfie-Taking Douche In The Head

But as the train passed, a conductor leaned out and delivered a swift kick to the side of Frank's head, sending him reeling.

The viral video, which has clocked up more than 4.5m views on YouTube in just two days, shows Frank falling to the ground, dazed from the punting he's just received.

“I tried to take a selfie while a train passed a “safe” distance behind,” he wrote on his YouTube channel.

Train Conductor Kicks Selfie-Taking Douche In The Head

“I guess I was still too close and got kicked in the head.”

There's been some speculation about the motivations of the train conductor on social website Reddit.

Train Conductor Kicks Selfie-Taking Douche In The Head

Many believe the conductor was being a hero, punting Frank out of the way of a piece of metal protruding from the side of the train which would have taken his head off.

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Interactive Live Holography Makes Medical Debut [VIDEO]

Interactive Live Holography - From Science Fiction to Science Fact

In what could be a game changer in the field of medical imaging, an Israeli firm known as RealView Imaging enables physicians to manipulate and analyze a patient’s internal organ anatomy in midair in real time. A physician can, for instance, take a patient's heart model and rotate it and even slice it open to reveal the internal anatomy. These capabilities could assist in preoperative planning of minimally invasive procedures.

Long a staple of science fiction, a simple 3-D holograms can be made using lasers, lenses, a beam splitter, mirrors, and holographic film. The lenses work to diffuse light from the lasers, which is then split, and beamed onto a mirror and the target object.

Interactive Live Holography - From Science Fiction to Science Fact

RealView has teamed up with Philips to demonstrate the feasibility of the technology in minimally-invasive structural heart disease procedures. Last month, Philips announced that a small trial conducted in Israel improved clinicians' ability to understand device-tissue interaction during surgery. The trial, which involved eight patients, tested the use of holography to facilitate transcatheter device closure of atrial septal defect/patent foramen ovale and in an angiography evaluation.

Interactive Live Holography - From Science Fiction to Science Fact

The RealView system works by scanning the heart, accepting data from it into a digital light system, and creating an image made of 3-D pixels. The result is a smooth image of a beating heart hovering in the air. "The ability to reach into the image and apply markings on the soft-tissue anatomy in the x-ray and 3-D ultrasound images would be extremely useful for guidance of these complex procedures," explained Elchanan Bruckheimer, MD, from Schneider Children’s Medical Center in Israel at TCT. "Communication is better and there is no doubt that if you have better communication, you have a better understanding as a physician and therefore perform better and give better patient care. Hopefully we will have this in our labs very soon.”

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12 Little Known Laws of Karma (That Will Change Your Life)

12 Little Known Laws of Karma (That Will Change Your Life)

What is Karma? Karma is the Sanskrit word for action. It is equivalent to Newton’s law of ‘every action must have a reaction’. When we think, speak or act we initiate a force that will react accordingly. This returning force maybe modified, changed or suspended, but most people will not be able eradicate it.

This law of cause and effect is not punishment, but is wholly for the sake of education or learning.A person may not escape the consequences of his actions, but he will suffer only if he himself has made the conditions ripe for his suffering. Ignorance of the law is no excuse whether the laws are man-made or universal.

To stop being afraid and to start being empowered in the worlds of karma and reincarnation, here is what you need to know about karmic laws.

12 Little Known Laws of Karma (That Will Change Your Life)

1. THE GREAT LAW
- "As you sow, so shall you reap". This is also known as the "Law of Cause and Effect".
- Whatever we put out in the Universe is what comes back to us.
- If what we want is Happiness, Peace, Love, Friendship... Then we should BE Happy, Peaceful, Loving and a True Friend.


2.THE LAW OF CREATION
- Life doesn't just HAPPEN, it requires our participation.
- We are one with the Universe, both inside and out.
- Whatever surrounds us gives us clues to our inner state.
- BE yourself, and surround yourself with what you want to have present in your Life.


3.THE LAW OF HUMILITY
- What you refuse to accept, will continue for you.
- If what we see is an enemy, or someone with a character trait that we find to be negative, then we ourselves are not focused on a higher level of existence.


4.THE LAW OF GROWTH
- "Wherever you go, there you are".
- For us to GROW in Spirit, it is we who must change
- and not the people, places or things around us.
- The only given we have in our lives is OURSELVES and that is the only factor we have control over.
- When we change who and what we are within our heart our life follows suit and changes too.


5.THE LAW OF RESPONSIBILITY
- Whenever there is something wrong in my life, there is something wrong in me.
- We mirror what surrounds us - and what surrounds us mirrors us; this is a Universal Truth.
- We must take responsibility what is in our life.


6.THE LAW OF CONNECTION
- Even if something we do seems inconsequential, it is very important that it gets done as everything in the Universe is connected.
- Each step leads to the next step, and so forth and so on.
- Someone must do the initial work to get a job done.
- Neither the first step nor the last are of greater significance,
- As they were both needed to accomplish the task.
- Past-Present-Future they are all connected...

12 Little Known Laws of Karma (That Will Change Your Life)

7.THE LAW OF FOCUS
- You can not think of two things at the same time.
- When our focus is on Spiritual Values, it is impossible for us to have lower thoughts such as greed or anger.


8.THE LAW OF GIVING AND HOSPITALITY
- If you believe something to be true,then sometime in your life you will be called upon to demonstrate that particular truth.
- Here is where we put what we CLAIM that we have learned, into actual PRACTICE.


9.THE LAW OF HERE AND NOW
- Looking backward to examine what was, prevents us from being totally in the HERE AND NOW.
- Old thoughts, old patterns of behavior, old dreams...
- Prevent us from having new ones. THE LAW OF CHANGE
- History repeats itself until we learn the lessons that we need to change our path.


10.THE LAW OF PATIENCE AND REWARD
- All Rewards require initial toil.
- Rewards of lasting value require patient and persistent toil.
- True joy follows doing what we're suppose to be doing, and waiting for the reward to come in on its own time.


11.THE LAW OF SIGNIFICANCE AND INSPIRATION
- You get back from something whatever YOU have put into it.
- The true value of something is a direct result of the energy and intent that is put into it.
- Every personal contribution is also a contribution to the Whole.
- Lack luster contributions have no impact on the Whole, nor do they work to diminish it.
- Loving contributions bring life to, and inspire, the Whole.

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Rare Condition Causes Woman to Smell Like Rotten Fish

Rare Condition Causes Woman to Smell Like Rotten Fish

For 14 years, company director Ellie James has been receiving the same Secret Santa presents at Christmas – bottles of perfume and bars of soap. And when she opens them, she is met with roaring laughter from her colleagues. The presents are mortifying, they break her heart every time because they are a subtle reminder of the horrible genetic disorder that she has to live with. Ellie suffers from a rare condition that leaves her reeking of fish and rotten eggs.

Ellie’s condition might seem amusing or even downright funny, but it’s quite sad when you look at it from her point of view. You might think that she isn’t very good at personal hygiene, but you would be wrong. At one point, she even showered five times a day and scrubbed her skin with dishwashing detergent until it became red and raw. But nothing worked; no matter how much Ellie cleaned herself, the smell kept coming back stronger.

It all began when Ellie turned 30. “At first I didn’t understand what was wrong,” said the 44-year-old from Abingdon, Oxfordshire. “I’d always had impeccable hygiene. The smell was a complete mystery – I wondered if my cat had brought in a mouse and left it to rot. But I slowly realized it was me when strangers began to stare at me while holding their noses. I heard people whispering about me in the office.”

Rare Condition Causes Woman to Smell Like Rotten Fish

As devastating as the smell was, it wasn’t until much later that Ellie was diagnosed with the rare disorder – trimethylaminuria, or fish-odor syndrome. But the years before Ellie could understand what was happening to her were a true nightmare. “I would come home from work every night and cry,” she said. “Soon people were showering me with gifts of perfume. At Christmas I’d get soap – it was completely humiliating. Once a driver actually installed an air freshener on the bus I use, and a passenger said it was my fault. It was soul-destroying – it was a real struggle getting out of bed in the morning.”

In 2005, five years after the horrible odor had gripped her life, Ellie mustered up the courage to see her doctor. Unfortunately, the visit went horribly wrong – she ended up being lectured on personal hygiene by the ignorant doctor. But she returned again a year later, and she was finally taken seriously. After a series of tests and a visit to an endocrinologist, Ellie’s condition was identified in 2007. “Although it was hard to swallow, I felt relief,” she said.


Fish-odor syndrome is caused by a missing enzyme, resulting in strong-smelling sweat, urine and breath. The smell is usually similar to rotting fish, feces or garbage. Because of the enzyme’s absence, the body is unable to break down trimethylamine – the smelly chemical that is produced in the gut when foods like dairy, coffee, fish and meat are digested. Women are more likely to develop the disorder than men; female hormones are known to aggravate the condition. Currently, the extremely rare condition has no cure.

Rare Condition Causes Woman to Smell Like Rotten Fish

Ellie is now taking antibiotics and following a special diet plan. “I began to wash with a pH-balanced soap after I found out that washing excessively with normal soap made the smell even worse. There is no cure but making these changes helps,” she said. “Now, when someone hold their nose, I take them aside and explain that I have a medical condition. I hope my story will educate those who point fingers, and encourage other sufferers to find the strength to get help.”

Despite her odd condition, Ellie has found love, which is wonderful. She met 50-year-old Dan Molston, in 2006 through mutual friends and bonded over their common interest, cycling. Dan said: “Ellie is a lovely person and that’s all that matters.”

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Land Rover Designs 'Invisible' Car Bonnet [VIDEO]

Land Rover Designs 'Invisible' Car Bonnet

Your next car might be transparent.

Land Rover has unveiled a stunning concept of a car which uses cameras and augmented reality to turn the bonnet 'see through', from the driver's perspective.

The live camera relay from the vehicle’s grille is overlaid on the view of the terrain ahead, over the front of the car:

Land Rover Designs 'Invisible' Car Bonnet

The idea named 'Transparent Bonnet' by the literally-minded company, and is just a prototype for now.

But Land Rover imagines that drivers in rough terrain could benefit hugely from seeing more about the conditions and ground nearby.

Here's how it would work:

Land Rover Designs 'Invisible' Car Bonnet

Dr Wolfgang Epple, director of research and technology for Jaguar Land Rover said in a press statement:

"We believe the next 25 years will be the most exciting and dynamic the automotive industry has ever experienced. There will be huge strides in environmental innovation, in safety and capability. "As our vehicles become more capable and autonomous off-road, we will ensure the driver has the confidence to allow the car to continue to progress, over any terrain. We are developing new technologies including the Transparent Bonnet to give drivers an augmented view of reality to help them tackle anything from the toughest off-road route to the tight confines of an urban car park."
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Engineered Vaginas Grown In Women For The First Time

Engineered Vaginas Grown In Women For The First Time

Vaginas grown in a lab from the recipients' own cells have been successfully transferred to the body for the first time.

The surgery was carried out on four women who were born without vaginal canals because of a rare condition. The women, who were teenagers at the time of the operation, now have fully functioning sexual organs.

"After the operation they were able to function normally. They had normal levels of desire, arousal, satisfaction and orgasm," says Anthony Atala at Wake Forest School of Medicine in North Carolina, who led the research. He published the results only after four to eight years had elapsed following surgery, enough time for him to be sure there were no long-term complications.

The four women had undeveloped vaginas because they all have a severe form of a condition called Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser Syndrome (MKRH), which affects about 1 in 5000 women. They also had some abnormal development of the uterus, although they did have a vulva – the external part of the sex organ which includes the labia and the clitoris. They were not able to have penetrative sex or menstruate. One of the women was diagnosed after her menstrual blood had collected in her abdomen.

As well as having physical implications, a diagnosis of MKRH is also a huge psychological burden for women.

Engineered Vaginas Grown In Women For The First Time

Maturity challenge


Building on techniques the group developed in the 1990s and perfected on rabbits, Atala and his colleagues removed a small part of the vulva from each woman and grew the cells in the lab. After about four weeks they had enough cells to begin to lay them on to a degradable scaffold one layer at a time "like the layers of a cake", he says.

The challenge was how to get the cells to grow to the right level of maturity in the lab, says Atala. You need to make sure that the cells are mature enough so that when you implant them into the body, they can recruit other cells in the body to form tissue that includes nerves and blood vessels.

Working with surgeons at the Federico Gomez Children's Hospital of Mexicoin Mexico City, Atala's team used MRI scans to calculate the appropriate shape and size of the scaffolds for each patient. After cells had established themselves on these scaffolds, surgeons created a cavity in the abdomen and inserted the engineered vagina. It was then stitched in place, connected at the top to the uterus.

The women used a stent for six weeks to make sure the structure maintained the right shape.

Engineered Vaginas Grown In Women For The First Time

The scaffold was made of a collagen matrix and degraded spontaneously over the months following surgery. In that time, the implanted cells matured into the normal tissue of the vaginal wall, including the right layers of muscle and epithelial cells (see video). The vagina was fully developed after six months, and the women were able to menstruate and have sex.
Better than a skin graft

Atala hopes that in the future, the technique could be used to treat not only women who have congenital vaginal defects but also those who have suffered damage through trauma – for instance, because of a car accident or cancer.

Currently it is possible to surgically create vaginas using grafts from either intestinal or skin tissue, but these can lead to severe complications. Skin cell grafts do not provide lubrication which causes pain during sex, and can thicken to the point where the vagina closes. Intestinal cells secrete mucus constantly, which is unhygienic and causes an unpleasant odour. Using the women's own cells from the vulva gets around these issues.

Knowing that the engineered tissue originates from the recipient's own body can be reassuring for them, says Sylvie Miot at the University of Basel, Switzerland, whose team has also successfully engineered new nostrils for patients who had to have skin cancers removed from their nose. Their findings are being published in the same issue of the Lancet.

Both studies involved small numbers of patients, but they provide the first strong evidence that nerve and blood vessels can reconnect to large patches of bioengineered tissues directly inside the body.

Engineered Vaginas Grown In Women For The First Time

Normal life

The findings also show that lab-engineered organs can grow to maturity healthily inside the body, says Martin Birchall at University College London. The women were aged between 13 and 18 years old when the surgery took place so their bodies were still developing. Birchall, who pioneered the first transplant of a human windpipe using the recipient's stem cells, calls the results "very meaningful".

One of the recipients, who wished to remain anonymous, said the treatment opened up new possibilities. "I truly feel fortunate, because I'll have a normal life – completely normal," she says. "It's important to let other girls that have the same problem know that it does not end knowing that you have the disease, because there is a treatment."

Two of the four women have a functional uterus, so the big question is whether they will be able to have children. "They haven't tried," says Atala, "but they can ovulate, so there is no reason to suspect that they cannot."

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Dress Turns Transparent When It Detects You're Turned On [VIDEO]

Dress Turns Transparent When It Detects You're Turned On

Soon, you will be able to know when your girlfriend gets turned on.

Intimacy 2.0, is a racy dress, and not because the way it looks.

This dress, which comes in black or white, has a hidden secret. The dress is equipped with a device that monitors the wearer's heart rate.

Dress Turns Transparent When It Detects You're Turned On

When it detects a faster heart beat, the plastic parts of the dress become see through. The dress was created by Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde of Studio Roosegaarde.

“Intimacy 2.0 is a fashion project exploring the relation between intimacy and technology,” Roosegaarde said. Unfortunately, the dress will not be for sale for the public anytime soon.

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23-year-old Buys Audi R8 With YouTube Money

23-year-old Buys Audi R8 With YouTube Money

For many a young man – and woman – owning a 180mph supercar is little more than a pipe dream.

But Paul Wallace, who lives at home with his parents, has turned that dream into reality, thanks to a mobile phone and YouTube.

The 23-year-old has been filming supercars driving through London and uploading clips to the video website.

And his hobby has paid off. Big time. His Supercars Of London channel has been viewed 65million times and generated enough cash through associated advertising to enable him to buy a £50,000 second-hand Audi R8.

23-year-old Buys Audi R8 With YouTube Money

‘It is a dream come true,’ said Mr Wallace. ‘It is surreal knowing I started this all from filming supercars.

‘Owning a car like this is what I have always dreamed of. It looks amazing inside and out, it drives fantastic and sounds brilliant.’

The car, which retails new at about £80,000, has a 4.2-litre V8 engine which gives it a 0-62mph time of 4.6 seconds and a top speed of 187mph. His biggest hit, titled ‘The dumbest rich man in the world’, is of a convertible Lamborghini being driven in pouring rain in London with the roof down. It has been watched 11.7million times.

23-year-old Buys Audi R8 With YouTube Money

Mr Wallace, a student from Watford, pulls in revenues of up to £1,750 a month, which covers repayments on the Audi, insurance, tax, and general running costs.

‘My dream car is the Lamborghini Aventador. I want that to be my next car,’ he said.

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