LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Here's a look at what's trending today on the web!
Man charged with assault after allegedly slapping toddler
It's never fun to get stuck next to a crying baby on an airplane, but that's no excuse to do what one Idaho guy did. He could get up to a year in jail if convicted of slapping a toddler on a plane.
The 19-month-old boy's mother said Joe Rickey Hundley slapped her son in the face on a flight from Minneapolis to Atlanta when her son started to cry because of the altitude change.
Jessica Bennett said the slap scratched her son below his right eye and caused him to scream even louder.
Following the incident, Hundley lost his job with a company that designs aerospace and defense parts.
Pranksters briefly deface Burger King's Twitter account
Fast food chain Burger King is having a rough few weeks in trending. You all probably have heard by now the horsemeat saga, but now the makers of the whopper are trending because they were hacked.
The company's Twitter was changed, leaving Whopper lovers to believe McDonald's bought Burger King.
The @ burger king twitter bio read: "We just got sold to McDonalds! Look for McDonalds in a hood near you," the company tweeted at noon Monday.
Burger King's Twitter profile was changed to a McDonald's logo, too. It's not clear who hacked the account, but the suspect appears to be a fan of hacktivist group Anonymous, using Burger King's account to ask the group to follow it.
The company had to suspend the account due to the large volume of inappropriate messages. It did however get them more recognition gaining more than 50,000 followers.
Class wins golfing competition with hole-in-9
Take a look at the video linked above from some golf students at Campbell University in North Carolina.
They all line up in a row and one by one the ball drops in.
They did it as part of a monthly class competition. It took them 28 attempts to do it, but they won the competition.