A man at an amusement park in Spain caught a stranger’s phone mid-air while enjoying a roller-coaster ride, New Zealand reports. While in Spain representing New Zealand in the Fistballing World Championship, Samuel Kempf made the most of his time at Barcelona’s PortAventura theme park.

Samuel took a roller-coaster ride and during it, another man dropped his phone at the bottom of his car and felt helpless to catch it. Samuel did the honours.

Samuel described the incident and said, “The guy two rows ahead of me, as the ride started doing its ascent before it drops, he had his phone out and he dropped it and it just landed at the bottom of his cart. He was trying to reach down and grab it but because he was locked in he couldn’t reach it.

The ride was moving at 134kmh and yet Samuel managed to catch the phone. “The ride started and I totally forgot about it because I was just in the moment ’cause it was such a good ride and then after the first drop we rose up and I just saw the phone drift across my view so I reached out and managed to catch it,” he added.

After the ride, Samuel returned the phone to its owner, who was truly grateful to him and gave him a “big hug”. Meanwhile, the entire incident was recorded in a video that has surfaced on social media, and needless to mention, has gone viral.

The ride was moving at 134kmh and yet Samuel managed to catch the phone. “The ride started and I totally forgot about it because I was just in the moment ’cause it was such a good ride and then after the first drop we rose up and I just saw the phone drift across my view so I reached out and managed to catch it,” he added.

After the ride, Samuel returned the phone to its owner, who was truly grateful to him and gave him a “big hug”. Meanwhile, the entire incident was recorded in a video that went on social media, and gone viral. “Samuel for the rescue”catches flying phone while on roller-coaster ride in Spain. Viral video makes Internet ROFL.

Man Dies under Custody in J&K’s Handwara, Cops Say He Hanged Himself.On Thursday eve , 5 September, a man who was detained by Jammu and Kashmir police was found dead in the police lockup.The man has been identified as Reyaz Ahmad Thekri, son of Salam U Din Thekri, from Qalamabad in Handwara district.

According to the police, he was involved in case FIR No. 57/2018 and charged under Sections 379 (Theft), 353 (Assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his duty), and 323 (Punishment for voluntarily causing hurt). He was arrested and taken to Qalamabad Police Station in Handwara on Wednesday.

The police added that, “Since the death took place while the accused was in police custody, a dictatorial enquiry under Section 176 of the CrPC is being conducted. Besides that, a post-mortem by a team of doctors was conducted.”

The police said the body was handed over to the family.

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