In response to the shooting of a 69-year old man, a group of "youths" rioted in Stockholm this past weekend. As a result, nearly 100 cars were set on fire and 0 arrests have been made. Those darn millennials.
It's Polish Independence Day, and like in any other country, the youngins love celebrating liberty by destroying things. German (?) and Polish "youths" butted heads with (and threw things at) riot cops in Warsaw. Check out the view from above.
Of all the videos to come out of the Vancouver riots, the most striking was a woman defending a BMW from the hordes of angry protestors. Now we know the rest of the story: Not only wasn't the car hers, amazingly, she didn't even know the owner.
Note to the anonymous London rioter who set fire to this first generation Mazda Miata in the Borough of Hackney: Don’t. Just don’t.
Violence and looting has raged across London and spread to three other major British cities, as authorities struggle to contain the country's most serious unrest since race riots set the capital ablaze in the 1980s. And yes, that's a double-decker bus on fire.
Even as the remains of vehicles still smoldered in downtown Vancouver after Thursday's hockey hooligan riots, many Vancouverites vowed to set things right. Here's one way they did it: Covering a police cruiser in scores of thank-you post-its.
Vancouver hooligans: Just because your preferred collection of mercenary athletes failed to prevail in their months-long quest for an old silver bowl doesn't mean you should take to the streets and start burning cars. Ask Detroit how that works out.
A Ford dealership in Athens, Greece is destroyed over the weekend during the country's outbreak of rioting. We wouldn't blame you for thinking this was a way for US-based dealers to get out of their floorplan loans. Hat tip to 57SweptSide!