President Joe Biden reiterated his calls for unity and insisted he believes the 'best is yet to come' for the nation during his speech at the primetime inauguration special, Celebrating America, on Wednesday night. Speaking at the Lincoln Memorial just hours after he was sworn into office as the 46th US President, Biden said: 'It is humbling to stand here in this place in front of these sacred words. Humbling out of respect to President Lincoln and the office we now share and humbling because of you, the American people. 'As I said earlier today, we have learned again that democracy is precious and because of you democracy has prevailed.' Biden continued that he and First Lady Jill, in addition to Vice President Kamala Harris and Doug, 'wanted to make sure out inauguration was not about us but about you, the American people.' 'This is a great nation. We're a good people and [to] overcome the challenges in front of us requires the most elusive of all things in a democracy - unity. It requires us to come together in common love that defines us as Americans,' he said.
We don't care who's President: Antifa smashes windows at Portland's Democratic Party headquarters, burn American flags in Denver and vandalize stores in Seattle just hours into Biden's administration
Antifa demonstrators smashed the windows of the Democratic Party headquarters in Portland, Oregon; burned American flags and spray-painted graffiti onto storefronts in Denver and Seattle; marched in Columbus, Ohio; and wielded shields and clubs while protesting in Sacramento hours after President Joe Biden's inauguration. A group of protesters carrying anti-Biden and anti-police signs were marching Wednesday in Portland streets and damaged the headquarters of the Democratic Party of Oregon, police said.
Biden's eight-month-old grandson Beau steals the show at inauguration concert by dancing to Lovely Day in President's arms in the White House?
President Joe Biden danced with his youngest grandchild in his arms as he watched his inauguration concert from within the White House, in scenes which touched hearts at the end of an emotional day. Biden, 78, held eight-month-old Beau Biden as the family watched the show. The baby is the son of Hunter Biden, 50, and his South African wife Melissa Cohen, 32. The pair married in May 2019, two weeks after they first met, and their son was born in March. On Wednesday night, the president swayed along to the song Lovely Day, delighting the baby. Little Beau - named after Hunter's brother, who died of brain cancer in 2015, aged 46 - pointed at the screen as Demi Lovato sang.
The three former presidents, all younger than Biden, recorded a message for the inauguration special speaking about the need to work together for the good of the country. Obama, 59, Bush and Clinton, both 74, wished their 78-year-old friend the best in the White House and volunteered to help in any way. The trio got together in a very deliberate symbol of bipartisan unity.
President Joe Biden's new press secretary Jen Psaki promised to bring 'transparency and truth' back to the government during her first press briefing - and told reporters that she respects the role they play. 'I will just state because you gave me the opportunity I have deep respect for the role of a free and independent press in our democracy and for the role all of you play,' Psaki said.?Psaki, who was a State Department spokesperson and a White House communications director during the Obama years, spent a little more than 30 minutes doing Q&A with the White House press corps, answering questions on Biden's inaugural address, COVID-19, Congressional relations, Brazil, Iran, social issues - and even whether Biden will scrap Trump's plan to repaint new Air Force Ones coming off the line.
Biden immediately gets to work in the Oval Office by signing a stack of 17 executive orders reversing Trump's key policies - but says former President DID leave him a 'very generous' letter?
President Joe Biden appeared in the Oval Office for the first time on Wednesday afternoon to sign new executive orders and read the 'private' letter Donald Trump left for him. 'The president wrote a very generous letter,' Biden said. 'Because it was private, I won't talk about it until I talk to him. But it was generous.' Biden got to work soon after making a grand entrance into the White House Wednesday, walking hand-in-hand with First Lady Jill Biden to their new home and saying: 'It feels like I'm going home.' He kept up a presidential tradition by stepping outside his guarded limousine. Biden strolled into the White House, with a university of Delaware and Howard University band playing a fanfare, along with First Lady Jill Biden.
Out with the old: Biden adds photos of late son Beau, his mother and the Pope to the Oval Office - after removing Trump's Andrew Jackson portrait and Winston Churchill bust
The president revealed the new décor Wednesday as he invited reporters into his new office. A bust of labor leader Cesar Chavez is nestled among an array of family photos displayed on a desk. Busts of Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Eleanor Roosevelt and Robert F. Kennedy also feature. Benjamin Franklin peers down at Biden from a portrait; a painting of Franklin D. Roosevelt also hangs. Portraits of rivals Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton have been placed near one another. Biden brought a dark blue rug out of storage to replace a lighter colored one installed by Donald Trump. Also gone are Trump's gold curtains, replaced with darker shade that hung when Bill Clinton was president. As has the portrait of former president Andrew Jackson, America's first populist president, hung by Trump.
Ivanka weeps over her father's final speech as President - as her siblings hold back tears at Andrews farewell
Ivanka, Tiffany, Don Jr., and Eric Trump were at Joint Base Andrews on Wednesday morning, where their father addressed supporters. Ivanka, 39, scrunched her face up in sobs as she watched her dad in the final hours of his presidency. Tiffany, 27, there with her new fiancé Michael Boulos, and Don Jr., 43, there with girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle, also appeared overcome by emotion.
'What happened to the coup? QAnon and Co in crisis as Biden is sworn in without the violent Trump 'storm' they were expecting to foil handover at the last minute - as one lonesome MAGA fan outside NY State house holds out to the end
QAnon followers are in crisis after watching Joe Biden get sworn in as President as their long-held belief that Donald Trump would seize a second term failed to materialize and their right-wing message board leader told believers to 'go back to their lives'. As Biden took his oath of office and Trump left the White House for Florida on Wednesday, some QAnon conspiracy theorists took to their right-wing online chat groups to express their disappointment and doubt. Many were shocked to learn that their long-held belief in the conspiracy that top Democrats would be arrested for a sex trafficking ring on Inauguration Day was not going to materialize and that Trump wasn't going to bring down the Deep State in the so-called 'storm' they had been expecting.
REVEALED: Trump extended Secret Service protections to his four adult children as well as loyalists Steve Mnuchin, Mark Meadows and Robert O'Brien days before leaving office - and it will cost taxpayers millions
The former president is said to have issued a directive to extend post-presidency protection to his four adult children and two of their spouses, who were not automatically entitled to receive it, according to the Washington Post. Trump also reportedly instructed that three key officials leaving government - former treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin (bottom right), former chief of staff Mark Meadows (bottom left) and former national security adviser Robert C. O'Brien (bottom, center) - also receive a security detail for the next six months, two sources said. Under federal law, Trump, his wife, Melania Trump, and their 14-year-old son Barron are the only members of his immediate family entitled to Secret Service protection after they leave office. However, Ivanka and her husband Jared; Eric and his wife Lara; Don Jr.; and Tiffany Trump will all now be protect. The move will reportedly cost taxpayers tens of million of dollars.
US has its SECOND deadliest day of the pandemic as Biden takes office: More than 4,400 Americans die in 24 hours as President signs nationwide mask mandate on federal property and tries to kick-start disastrous vaccine rollout
Wednesday marked the second deadliest day, right, according to COVID tracking project data; the deadliest 24 hours came on January 12, with 4,462 people dead, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins university. The grim milestone came on the same day Joe Biden was sworn in; he immediately signed a mask mandate, main, in all federal buildings and the development of a testing program for federal employees. Wednesday also marked a?a year to the day since the first case of the virus was recorded in the United States. Health experts said widespread vaccination could help curb the surge of cases, but rollout, inset, has been slow.
Katy Perry sings Firework on the National Mall to close out star-studded inauguration concert with Tom Hanks, Demi Lovato, John Legend and Bruce Springsteen
Katy Perry, John Legend, Demi Lovato, and Bruce Springsteen were among the many stars welcoming the Biden administration to the White House with the inauguration concert, Celebrating America. Perry, 36, closed out the star-studded spectacle with a majestic rendition of her hit track Firework before the Washington Monument. A dazzling display of red, white, and blue fireworks surrounded the obelisk as Perry sang the track, clad in a caped, patriotic dress.
How Florida is becoming MAGA land: Trumps decamp to the Sunshine State to rub shoulders with billionaires and tech tycoons as they try to keep their political dreams alive
Trump fled for Mar-a-Lago on Wednesday morning, choosing not to go to Joe Biden's inauguration ceremony in a snub the likes which hasn't been seen since the 1800s. He and Melania disembarked Air Force One beaming, and they were in high spirits as they arrived at their home while fans cheered them on outside.
They won't be lonely in the sunshine state.
Donald Trump Jr. and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle are also expected to move there permanently and have been looking at properties in Jupiter, which is 20 miles to the north of Palm Beach. Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are making Miami - which is 70 miles to the south - their base.The couple have signed a year-long lease on a penthouse ocean apartment while they wait for their home to be built on Indian Creek, an exclusive island community.
Lady Gaga (almost) upstages Biden in custom silk Schiaparelli gown and over-sized gold dove brooch as she sings national anthem to A-list Inauguration crowd - before J-Lo wows by adding her 'Let's get Loud' into 'America the Beautiful'
Gaga (top) sported a black top and billowing red skirt, with a gold bird pinned on her top, as she sang?the National Anthem into a gold microphone while Joe Biden and Kamala Harris looked on with their hands on their hearts. Her emotional performance came moments before Harris was sworn in by Justice Sonia Sotomayor - the first Latina Supreme Court Justice. J-Lo (center bottom) then took to the stage where she wowed the crowd by adding lines from 'Let's get loud' song into her version of 'America the beautiful'. Sports stars, iconic singers and former presidents descended on Washington DC where Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States and Kamala Harris as the first woman, person of color and Indian American vice president Wednesday.
PICTURED: Trump's mothballed private Boeing 737 lies on tarmac in upstate New York with covers over the engines because he didn't think he would need it until 2025 (but he still has a Cessna and a helicopter)
Donald Trump's Boeing 757 - famously more luxurious than Air Force One, with its gold bathroom and seat belts - has not flown since 2019 and needs maintenance in Louisiana. Trump did not keep up the maintenance on the jet because he believed it would not be used until 2025. It requires a new engine to make the journey from New York to Louisiana, but the engine is yet to be found. Trump has at his disposal his Cessna jet and helicopters.
Tucker Carlson asks 'what exactly is a white supremacist' after Biden waged war on extremism in his inaugural speech - and says fawning media is 'withholding information the president is not well'
The Fox host, left, said Wednesday: 'Now we're waging war on white supremacists, can somebody tell us in very clear language what a white supremacist is?' 'Innocent people could be hurt in this war. They usually are', Carlson added. Carlson's comments came on the day Biden was officially sworn into office. The president denounced 'political extremism, white supremacy, domestic terrorism that we must confront and we will defeat' in his speech, right. But Carlson said the media is 'withholding information the president is not well'. He then reeled off a list he claimed had been labeled as white supremacy by some, including the Fourth of July, Columbus day and voting for Donald Trump. The assault on Capitol Hill is inset.
Smitten with Bernie! Sanders steals the show at inauguration with his mitts made from recycled sweaters - and the meme maestros can't get enough of it!
The 79-year-old's wool mitten and signature brown coat stood in stark contrast to the long flowing overcoats and leather gloves sported by many in Washington on Wednesday, but social media quickly deemed his look just as trendsetting. Even Rashida Tlaib (MI-D) shared that she wanted a pair of the mittens. Several people loved seeing Bernie sitting with his legs crossed, looking cozy and staying an adequate distance away from other people at the festivities. Memes soon came from the image of the laid back senator.
Kamala's nephew-in-law Nikolas rocks rare $2,200 Dior Jordan 1 sneakers, leaving Twitter asking if he's 'going to be heading up the Department of Drip?'
Nikolas Ajagu (shown left), the partner of Harris' niece Meena, was spotted by eagle-eyed viewers sporting a pair of Dior Air Jordan 1 sneakers during the 59th presidential inauguration this morning. Only 8,500 pairs of the shoes were made as part of a collaboration between Dior and Jordan, which all sold out immediately at their retail price of $2,200. They now sell for up to as much as $10,000 on re-sale sites. Sneaker fanatics first spotted the ultra-rare kicks while Sen. Amy Klobuchar was speaking moments before Biden was administered the oath of office. Ajagu immortalized himself in memehood throughout Wednesday, with many asking if he would be heading up the 'Department of Drip' under Biden-Harris.
Armie Hammer's ex-girlfriend claims he was '100% serious' about finding a doctor to remove her bottom ribs so he could eat them and was 'covered in bruises' in photos she posted while dating the actor
Armie Hammer's ex-girlfriend has claimed the actor was '100 percent serious' about figuring out a way to remove her ribs so he could eat them. Model Paige Lorenze, 22, said Hammer brought up talks of cannibalism 'multiple times,' while they were dating from August to December 2020. 'He said he wanted to find a doctor that would remove my ribs,' Lorenze said. 'He was telling me you can remove the bottom ribs so he could smoke them, cook them and eat them. He kept saying ''You don't need them''.' Lorenze also claims the 34-year-old carved the letter 'A' into her skin using a knife, saying it was 'extremely painful' and later boasted about it to his friends. Internet sleuths have pointed out that Lorenze's body appeared to be covered in bruises during the four months she was dating Hammer. Photos from her Instagram account seem to show darkening and purplish bruises on her back, legs and breasts. Hammer dropped out of his upcoming film alongside Jennifer Lopez after he was rocked by disturbing claims of cannibalism and violating BDSM practices.
Horrifying surveillance footage shows man in intense pain CRAWLING out of a hospital after doctors accused him of faking - before he was diagnosed with the rare nerve disorder Guillain-Barré Syndrome?
A shocking new video shows a man crawling out of a Canadian hospital after the staff dismissed his pleas for treatment for worsening leg pain. David Pontone, 45, complained of terrible pain in his legs when he went to Humber River Hospital in Toronto in April 2018. When he arrived, he told medical staff that he suffered from bipolar disorder, but that medication had helped him remain stable for around seven years.
The hunt for the MAGA mob continues: FBI releases photos of 10 more rioters who stormed the Capitol and 'assaulted officers' as arrests reach 125?
The FBI has released its latest poster of suspected Capitol rioters, looking for the public's help in identifying the suspects. The 10 men 'unlawfully entered the U.S. Capitol on January 6 and assaulted federal law enforcement officers,' the FBI said. So far, 125 people have been arrested in the insurrection, including three Oath Keepers charged with conspiracy.
'Many balls were dropped': Philly DA's office admits kidnapping suspect who 'shot dead college graduate' just two weeks after he was freed on bail should never have been released
The Philadelphia District Attorney's office has admitted to wrongdoings after it was revealed that a man accused of killing a young college student last week was a serial criminal out on bail despite a slew of serious offences.? Milan Loncar, 25, was shot dead last Wednesday night while walking his dog about a block from his home in the Breweryton neighborhood of the city.? Josephus Davis, 20, has since been arrested over the crime.
What were they thinking? Hilarious social media posts reveal the exact moment people realised they were dating a fool - including a man who used a DRILL as a whisk
Diply has rounded up a selection of posts from around the world that capture the moment people caught their significant other behaving stupidly. Pictured top left to right: revolutionary baking skills with an electric drill, commitment to not changing the toilet tissue roll, Cleopatra and Caesar salad dressing. Pictured bottom left to right: sandwich served with a piece of paper, 21-year-old who can't make coffee and a woman who destroyed her USB cable while removing the packaging.
Woman who babysat Tesla billionaire Elon Musk's triplets reveals they were 'very well-behaved' but 'VERY health-conscious' -? and would ask to get dinner at Whole Foods instead of eating junk food
Ai Yamato is going viral for sharing a story about the time she unexpectedly babysat some of Musk's children. In addition to eight-month-old X ? A-Xii with Grimes, Musk shares five children with his first wife Justine, whom he spit from in 2008. They have 17-year-old twin sons, Griffin and Xavier, and 15-year-old triples, Kai, Saxon, and Damian. Yamato babysat the triplets when they came to a house she was working at for a sleepover and says they were well-behaved. In addition to playing video games and going in the pool, they asked to go to Whole Foods for dinner.
Shlomo Halberstam, the 18-year-old son of the head of the Bobov Hasidic sect, married his bride in the parking lot of Congregation Shaarei Zion synagogue in Borough Park on Monday night in a ceremony that was kept secret until the final minute and attended by thousands, including guests who flew from London and Israel. Video and pictures from the indoor part of the ceremony were shared on social media and showed hundreds of men crowded together, disobeying social distancing guidelines and not wearing masks. The synagogue is allowed to hold services at 50% capacity which would have allowed 900 people to be inside the building yet it is still expected to maintain social distancing and mask-wearing. Yet the NY Sheriff has claimed they believe it was in line with COVID-19 guidelines as they watched from outside. Recent court rulings loosening the restrictions on religious ceremonies meant officers kept a step back and large fences were erected around the parking lot to hide their view.
Is the 'Jet Pack Guy' a FAKE? FAA investigates whether 'man' seen flying at 3,000ft alongside planes near LAX is actually a drone disguised as a person
New emails that have come to light suggest the infamous 'Jet Pack Guy' in Los Angeles may not have been a person at all. John Greenewald of The Black Vault filed Freedom Of Information Act requests with the Federal Aviation Administration in regards to the investigation into the first jet pack sighting at LAX on August 30, where aircraft crew reported seeing a jet pack flying at 3,000ft in close range of their planes. The emails reveal that the pilot of the plane told the FBI that the 'jet pack guy' looked 'exactly' like a video he had seen of a drone in a Youtube video. At left, a man flies a jet pack in a 2018 competition in France, while at right 'jet pack guy' is seen flying on the LA coast in December.
Jared and Ivanka sign one-year lease on oceanfront condo in Miami where a penthouse recently sold for $33M - as they build permanent home on 'Billionaire Bunker' island?
Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner are leaving Washington behind for sunnier skies and following her father to Florida after signing a lease at Miami's coveted Arte Surfside building. It's unclear how much the former senior presidential advisers will be paying for the condo, but it's safe to say it didn't come cheap. Arte is one of the most expensive complexes in the Surfside neighborhood, with an average rental price of nearly $47,000 per month. Its penthouse sold for $33million to an unnamed private equity executive from New York last month. The couple and their three children are said to be using the large, unfurnished unit as a temporary home while they build a more permanent one on a two-acre plot they purchased on Indian Creek Island? - also known as the 'Billionaire Bunker' for $31.8million late last year. Pictured: Examples of units and amenities at Arte Surfside (left and right), the exterior of the building (bottom inset) and Jared and Ivanka leaving DC on Wednesday morning (top inset).
The truth behind the smooth operation of McDonald's drive through service has been revealed by a young worker over TikTok. When customers are ordering their meals in drive through a camera takes a photo of their car - so the staff member at the cashier window knows who orders belong to.
Putin's $1.3bn pleasure palace: Grander than Versailles, it's a monument to the Russian leader's vanity - complete with lap-dancing room and ice hockey rink... allegedly paid for by oligarchs desperate for his patronage, writes RICHARD KAY
RICHARD KAY: High on a clifftop overlooking a vast bay empty of shipping thanks to a mile-wide exclusion zone imposed by its autocratic owner, a giant glistening palace built to one man's ludicrous vainglory peeps through a woodland screen. For years 'living like royalty' has been the phrase by which ordinary people have focused their envies and ambitions. But this gargantuan, surreal edifice, which swarms over 190,000 square feet, is beyond the delusions of grandeur of even the maddest of acquisitive monarchs. Clockwise from top left: The palace on the Black Sea coast, not far from the resort town of Gelendzhik in southern Russia; Vladimir putin; the palace's swimming pool; its arcade room; the large bathroom; its strip club complete with lap dancers' pole; a cinema room in the palace.
Peter Thiel joins rapidly expanding Florida billionaire's club as he buys $18M waterfront Miami mansion once featured on MTV's 'The Real World'
Tech billionaire Peter Thiel appears to be the latest entrepreneur to leave Silicon Valley after snapping up an $18million home in Miami, Florida.?The 53-year-old PayPal co-founder recently purchased a 10,000-square-foot compound in Miami's Venetian Islands that includes the former set of MTV reality show The Real World, Business Insider?reported.? The massive waterfront property consists of two luxury homes on E Rivo Alto Drive, located right on the Intracoastal Waterway that faces Miami's Biscayne Bay. In total, the homes have nine bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, as well as a two outdoor swimming pools, according to the property listing. The property was listed for sale on July 1 for $19.9million, but was ultimately sold to Thiel for a discounted price of $18million, according to property records.
Secrets of a fitness queen: Mom-of-four, 31, reveals the 15-minute workout and 3,500 calorie diet behind her impossibly toned physique - and insists you CAN still eat ice cream
Super fit mum-of-four Sophie Guidolin eats 3500 calories a day and exercises just four times a week to maintain her incredibly shredded physique. The 31-year-old, from the Gold Coast, Queensland, says you don't need to 'eat a super strict diet' in order to lose weight and become the best version of yourself - and can enjoy dessert every night. 'I believe you should never sacrifice dinner with friends for the sake of a six pack or abs,' she told Daily Mail Australia.
Seven countries, three continents and over 9,000 miles - on bicycles: Story of couple's epic three-year bike ride told in stunning coffee table book brimming with incredible pictures
Most people cycle for exercise or to get to the office or shops. But there is the option to use pedal power for a grander purpose - to see the world and change your life. Just like couple Tristan Bogaard and Belen Castello have done. They have spent the past three years on an epic bike ride, clocking up 15,000km (9,320 miles) across seven countries and three continents, from California and Oregon to Italy, Spain and Norway and across the extreme landscapes of Central Asia. They've cycled along one of the world's highest roads, had their breath taken away by epic glacial valleys, peaks and fjords and pedalled across volcanic Martian-esque plateaus. And the adventure has been recorded for posterity in a stunning coffee table book called Bike Life, published by Lannoo. Pictured: Norway (top left, top right and bottom right), Kyrgyzstan (bottom left) and California (inset).
Hairstylist, 22, who is dating a sports gambler 34 YEARS her senior boasts that they have 'great sex' and says they plan to have kids - even though she is the same age as his daughter
Alyssa Gutierrez and her partner Peter, 56, from Las Vegas, Nevada, were first introduced on a sugar daddy dating website. Soon after they met, Peter offered her a room in his high-rise condo and the pair have been inseparable ever since. The hairstylist insisted she has 'always been attracted to older men' and their three-year relationship is 'not about money.' Alyssa, who is as old as Peter's daughter, said he knows 'how to please' her. hey plan on getting engaged in 2021 and having children when she is 25.
What the world wants to EAT: Fascinating map shows how pizza is the world's favorite takeaway meal (but it's Chinese that's wins in US)
A reworked world map has revealed the most popular takeaway choices around the globe - and it's pizza that's the runaway winner. On the map - generated using Google search data - country names have been supplemented by their residents' most-searched-for takeaway cuisine. Pizza is top in 44 countries, including India and Germany, while Chinese food is second, coming top in 29 countries, including Britain and America. Sushi is third - the most-searched-for takeaway in 10 countries, including Sweden and unsurprisingly, Japan.
Paris as you've never seen it before: Colorized photos chart the City of Love's evolution through the industrial revolution, World War 1 and the WW2 Nazi invasion
Ranging from 1856 to 1937, the pictures show France's capital as it went through a period of change and development, in the form of the industrial revolution, followed by conflict in the First World War and a grim foreshadowing of Nazi conquest during World War Two. One image captures the Statue of Liberty under construction in Paris in 1884 (left) - a gift from France to the United States inscribed with the date of the U.S. Declaration of Independence - that has since become a globally-recognised icon. Another shows Germany's Third Reich pavilion in front of the Eiffel Tower (middle), build at the 1937 World's Fair in Paris in a bid to out-do the Soviet Union - just three years before Germany invaded France during the Second World War. A picture from 1919 shows American military police on duty along the Place de la Concorde following the end of the war and the signing of the Treaty of Versailles (bottom right), while another features a derailed train as it hurtled out of a large glass window at Montparnasse railway station on October 22, 1895 (top right).
Tiny kitten found shivering in snowy field turns out to be rare Scottish Wildcat - one of most endangered mammals in Europe?
Pete Macnab, 32, was out for a walk in the Cairngorms National Park, in the Scottish Highlands when he spotted what he thought was a tiny tabby kitten lying in the snow. The kitten was unable to get back on its feet, so Pete's friend Piotr Peretko, 34, carried it three miles back to town, before handing it into a vet. But after planning to get a cat bed and rehome the kitten, the vet called to confirm a specialist had identified it as a Scottish Wildcat. There are only around 100 to 300 living in the wild and the species is the rarest in the UK and one of the most endangered in Europe.
It wasn't me! Guilty German short haired pointer called Shiner can't even look at his owner after he turned on the bathroom tap and almost flooded his home?
Shiner, a German short haired pointer, recently learned to open doors at his home in Skiatook, OK, USA. His owner Paige Bodden said she got home early to meet someone to fix her dryer vent and wouldn't have caught the rapidly filling bathtub in time otherwise. Footage shows Shiner looking guilty as he was told off by his owner alongside their other dogs Kevin the papillon and a pitbull named Thor.