Trending Today: Australian commuters rescue trapped man; McDonald's in 60 seconds or less

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Australian commuters rescue trapped man

In some of the world's biggest cities, there's the idea of "every man for himself," but we learned this week in Perth, Australia -- that's just not the case.

It all started when a man slipped into an opening while boarding a train. His leg became jammed between the concrete and the carriage.

That's when dozens of commuters, all strangers to him, rocked the train together so the man could be lifted out.

He walked away uninjured. His identity is still a mystery, but this incident is now viral on the worldwide web thanks to a security camera that caught the whole thing.

5-year-old 'apparently' steals the show

A local news reporter in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania was interviewing kids at the local fair when Noah Ritter apparently took things into his own hands.

Despite his talents for being in front of the camera, the 5-year-old says he wants to be a paleontologist and study fossils when he grows up.

Either way, he now is an internet sensation with nearly 4 million likes on the YouTube video.

Katy Perry song stops baby from crying

Noah isn't the only kid stealing the show. Also popular on the web, a mom and dad have learned how to get their baby to stop crying: just play a little Katy Perry.

There's no caption to the YouTube video, but it has been viewed nearly 5 million times.

McDonald's in 60 seconds or less

McDonald's just made fast food even faster.

For a limited time, a Mickey D's restaurant in South Florida will guarantee your drive-thru order in 60 seconds or less. If not, the order will be free.

This is a test to see if the fast food joint can take this nationwide. Right now, the average order takes about three minutes.


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