Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) October 10, 2013
This week on Caught On! view dozens more videos: cute kids, cute animals, stupid criminals and shocking scenes.
"Stupid Criminals Rob a Security Camera Store"
Criminals are often caught on security camera. Watch two criminals try to rob a store that sells security cameras. They were caught by seventeen active surveillance cameras. And another video of a burglar who puts his balaclava on after the camera catches his face. Watch Caught On's Stupidest Criminals>>
"Construction or Destruction?"
Construction workers sometimes get a bad reputation; some people think they don’t take their jobs seriously or aren’t fully qualified to be doing the job they’re doing. The workers caught on camera messing up here will do absolutely nothing to dispel these myths. Three videos of construction disasters, including "tumbling cranes", "cement mixer disaster" and more>>
"Cutest Kids and Animals Videos"
Nothing makes for a funnier video than the antics of kids and pets. Watch a stubborn dog find an innovative way to avoid a bath. One of Caught On!'s most heartwarming videos features a dog who is the opposite of the no-bath dog; a retriever who grooms and bathes an infant. Watch more cute kid and animal videos>>
"People Who Lose Their Cool"
There are times when people can all get a little frustrated in life, but most of manage to stay calm and act like regular, normal human beings. Then there are the people who lose it completel—and the rest of us just love watching the going crazy. Watch the videos now>>
About Caught On!
Caught on video! Caught On zine showcases those special, fun, scary, candid, freaky moments captured by home and business security cameras, street cameras, surveillance videos or cell-phones.
Pervasive cameras have changed our world. We are more secure today, because of them. We also capture more of life’s treasured moments thanks to cameras everywhere. Our phones have cameras. Street corners, stores, businesses and subways all have them. Increasingly, more and more homes have them —and not just at the door for security, but throughout the house.
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