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Amari Dancy thought she chose the perfect hiding place during a game of hide and seek with her cousins while on coronavirus lockdown in her Virginia home.

The 18-year-old chose to hide in a washing machine but the game ended when she got stuck in the machine and was unable to free herself.

"We already had hid underneath the bed, in the closet, and we couldn't go down to the basement," Dancy told NBC News.

Medics and the Prince Williams County Department of Fire and Rescue arrived to help rescue Dancy from the machine on Sunday, according to NBC News.

The heroes removed the machine's top and yanked Dancy out of the machine just before midnight Sunday.

"I mean it's pretty embarrassing, but all I can do is laugh it off. I had a laugh out of it, my family had a laugh out of it, I'm OK. As long as I'm OK, that's all that matters to me."

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Video from the rescue operation made its way to social media where Dancy became an overnight star and racked up a few hundred new followers.

"I just wanted to be out of there," she said.
 


 

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Julianne Hough left her fans stunned as she underwent a bizarre energy treatment in Switzerland on Wednesday, Jan. 22. Hough, who was in Switzerland to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, demonstrated the unorthodox treatment that looks similar to an "exorcism".

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A video of the dancer and actress receiving the treatment, known as Network Spinal Analysis, was shared on Instagram by blogger Jackie Schimmel, WENN.com reported.

In the clip, Julianne lay on a massage table as Dr. John Amaral demonstrated the therapy, waving his arms over her body and touching her lightly on the neck and buttocks.

"There's always a huge dissipation of energy and a feeling of relief release," Dr. Amaral explained.

As he touched her, Julianne began uncontrollably screaming, as her body contorted dramatically and her legs flexed.
 

Dr. Amaral explained what was happening:

"When energy was stored and bound up in the muscles, it gets to dissipate, and if we're really free to express and allow energy that's been bound in our bodies to move through - this woman is like, an incredible dancer, actress, just, human being, and she has practiced just allowing things to move through."

The former Dancing With the Stars judge was later seen thrusting her hips and raising her arms energetically in the air as she demonstrated how to "throw negative energy away”.
 

But not everyone was convinced of the benefits of the energy dispersal therapy, which some called "quackery."

Among those to voice their concern after watching the clip was comedienne Heather McMahan, who commented: "Upon viewing this video for the 45 time it is in fact a demon coming out of her butthole."

But Julianne's brother Derek Hough was quick to defend his sibling, writing: "This stuff looks whacky and crazy but diving into it with the understanding of pure energy is a pretty wild experience. Maybe ahead of its time but worth an open mind."

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Police are searching for a woman who pooped on the floor of a Bay Ridge grocery store in Brooklyn, NY.

The customer, who appeared to have a bad case of bubble guts and diarrhea, was caught on the grocery store's surveillance system relieving herself on the floor.

The video went viral after it was uploaded to Instagram.com by comedian Michael Rapaport on Wednesday.

The video shows a middle aged Caucasian woman wearing a white top and baby blue shorts walking in the frozen foods section.

She is seen squatting next to a frozen food display case and relieving herself on the floor. After defecating on the floor, the woman stood up and looked down at her waste - the way a dog would - before walking away.

Rapaport's followers were shocked and disgusted by the woman's behavior.

Many said the woman had a bad case of diarrhea and couldn't make it to the store's restroom. But others believe she has a weird fetish for pooping in public places.

What is the craziest place you've ever relived yourself?
 

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A feminist blogger caused an uproar on social media for doing something cringeworthy: she claims to have baked sourdough bread using the discharge from her vaginal yeast infection.

Before you gag and throw up, you should know that Candida yeast is normally found in tiny amounts in your vagina and throat.

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