A Chinese boy gained so much weight during his days at home due to lockdown that he found it difficult to fit into his school uniform. The funny incident is captured on a video.Check the Cute Video Here:
Suck in your stomach! Almost there! A six-year-old student could barely button up when trying to squeeze into his already small shirt. The boy gained weight while staying at home during the extended holiday in Anyang, central China’s Henan Province. pic.twitter.com/SRfkkQOX2x— People's Daily, China (@PDChina) June 5, 2020
Video of a leopard trying its best to shake a monkey off the branch off a tree has gone viral. It was shared on Twitter by Indian Forest Officer Susanta Nanda.Watch The Video Below:
Size, strength & reputations takes a back seat many times in Nature..
Rarely seen, leopard trying to shake the monkey from tree for food. Monkey holds on🙏
It’s better than monkey defending itself from king cobra that I had posted earlier. pic.twitter.com/EjyMshPNwg— Susanta Nanda IFS (@susantananda3) June 5, 2020
A Minnesota National Guard member, Lt. Col. Sam Andrews who moved police and the military away from a protest in the state capitol has touched the hearts of protesters. The video of Andrews speaking with everyone present at the George Floyd protest has gone viral.Watch Video:
A Minnesota National Guard member who moved police and the military away from a protest in the state capitol is offering advice to law enforcement officials across the United States: Reach across the line. https://t.co/NSTxo0oaHv pic.twitter.com/sxDIRLtIFU— ABC News (@ABC) June 5, 2020
As we celebrate World Environment Day 2020 today, June 5, nature lovers are taking to social media to spread awareness. Sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik too shared his wishes by creating a beautiful sand art at Puri beach in Odisha.View Pic:
Together we must act #ForNature . My SandArt at Puri beach in Odisha with message, it’s time for nature. Make the planet #Green . pic.twitter.com/zEA1Qbf2lx— Sudarsan Pattnaik (@sudarsansand) June 5, 2020
It is World Environment Day 2020 today, June 5. A day dedicated to Mother Nature, it is observed across the world, preaching how can we follow a sustainable lifestyle. On the occasion, Twitterati is trending World Environment Day 2020 messages and wishes.Check Tweets:
Mother nature gives us all that we need, let us give back by doing tree plantation. Let us plant 🌲 and save the environment. 🌱☘️🌧️#WorldEnvironmentDay pic.twitter.com/HnlBAOBcrN— Thaman Trends™ (@TrendsThaman) June 5, 2020
Students across the nation are trending #PromoteAllCollegeStudents, urging the government to promote them all, without exams during the pandemic. To express their plea, netizens use funny memes and jokes that are now going viral on social media.Check Tweets:
Good morning peeps! It's a new Friday morning and also the fresh start of ideas and growth. People have taken to social media platforms with various stories and ideas with the hashtags #FridayThoughts and #FridayFeeling. From funny memes, hilarious tweets, trending topics, viral videos and stories, we promise to keep you updated with everything happening on social media platforms. As the day progresses, stay tuned with this live blog to know about trends on social media across the globe.
June 5 marks various festivals and events around the globe. It marks World Environment Day which highlights the importance to save the environment from various issues. June 2020 Lunar Eclipse is also expected on this day. You can read more about the event here. National Doughnut Day is also observed in the United States on this day. It was created by The Salvation Army in Chicago in 1938 to honour members who served doughnuts to soldiers during World War I. Vat Purnima 2020 is also celebrated on this day by Hindu women; they fast, pray and conduct various rituals for the well-being and long life of their husbands. The day also marks Sant Guru Kabir Jayanti. June 5 is also the birthday of many celebrities including Rambha, Amit Sadh and Mark Wahlberg.
During the times of COVID-19, it is important to stay at home. Also, ensure you do not forward or send any pieces of unverified news through social media platforms. As rumours and fake news will also increase the worries of people. Hence, stay at home and break the chain. We wish you a Happy Friday and a great week ahead!