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Angry pup sends his food bowl flying after she tried to put him on a ‘diet’ 

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A hungry Pomeranian has become a viral sensation with his very disgruntled protest after his owner tried to put him on a diet.  

Janeiza, from Thailand, shared her prank on Tik Tok, showing what happened when she fed her Pomeranian pup Pao only two dog biscuits. 

The outraged pet could be seen sending his food bowl flying with a discontented growl after he realised he was not getting more food.  

The video exploded online and has been watched more than 19.5 million times.  

Janeiza, a dog lover from Thailand, pranked her pup and only poured him two dog food biscuits

Janeiza, a dog lover from Thailand, pranked her pup and only poured him two dog food biscuits

The canine was patiently awaiting his dinner by his food bowl

The canine was patiently awaiting his dinner by his food bowl

Pomeranian pup Pao, from Thailand was outraged when his owner Janeiza put him on a ‘diet’ and only poured two dog biscuits into his bowl

In the short clip, Janeiza, who was filming, emptied a portion of dog food in a plastic cup. 

This looked like the normal portion Pao would be getting for his lunch. 

However, the mischievous dog owner reduced the portion of food up until there was only kibbles left in the cups, which she poured in Pao’s empty food bowl. 

The happy Pomeranian could be seen patiently awaiting his lunch, tongue casually hanging out of his mouth, sitting by his bowl. 

Pao looked at his near-empty food bowl for a moment, not understanding why there wasn't more

Pao looked at his near-empty food bowl for a moment, not understanding why there wasn't more

After realise he would not be getting anymore food, the dog became outraged

After realise he would not be getting anymore food, the dog became outraged

At first, Pao struggled to understand why there was so little food in his bowl, but after realising he would not be getting any more, he threw a fit 

Jenaiza filmed herself filling a plastic cup with dog biscuits for Pao

Jenaiza filmed herself filling a plastic cup with dog biscuits for Pao

After reducing the number of kibbles down to two, she closed the box

After reducing the number of kibbles down to two, she closed the box

Janeiza filmed herself pouring some dog food kebbles in a plastic glass, but reducing the portion until there were only two left 

At first, the dog did not realise he was being pranked. When he saw the small amount of food Janeiza has poured into his bowl, he looked back at her and stood still, awaiting more. 

However, when the extra food didn’t come, the pup slammed his with his paws, sending it flying in the air, and snarled angrily. 

Meanwhile, Janeiza could be heard giggling uncontrollably. 

The video went viral on Tik Tok, with many loving the amount of attitude Pao was giving to his owner. 

Some also said they could not stop laughing at how quickly the Pomeranian became filled with rage. 

‘The way he slowly looked up is sending me in oblivion.’ one said.  

‘I’m dying I can’t breathe,’ said another. 

 ‘The way his soul was slowly filled with rage.’ observed another. 

 ‘Pao: aree youu jokingg humannn,’ one joked. 

‘I’ve never seen so much attitude,’ one wrote. 

An angry Pao sniffed at his empty food bowl after he few it across the hall in a fit of rage during the prank

An angry Pao sniffed at his empty food bowl after he few it across the hall in a fit of rage during the prank

An angry Pao sniffed at his empty food bowl after he few it across the hall in a fit of rage during the prank

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People loved the video, which was shared on Tik Tok and quickly went viral, after gathering 19.5 million viewers

People loved the video, which was shared on Tik Tok and quickly went viral, after gathering 19.5 million viewers

People loved the video, which was shared on Tik Tok and quickly went viral, after gathering 19.5 million viewers 

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Popular Coogee Carols is CANCELLED due to coronavirus concerns

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One of Sydney’s most popular New Year’s Eve events has been cancelled due to coronavirus concerns.

Randwick Council decided on Wednesday to put a pin in the Coogee New Year’s Eve fireworks show this year. 

The council also made the difficult decision to scrap the much-loved Coogee Carols.

Randwick Council has decided to scrap its popular Coogee Carols due to coronavirus concerns

Randwick Council has decided to scrap its popular Coogee Carols due to coronavirus concerns

Randwick Council has decided to scrap its popular Coogee Carols due to coronavirus concerns

Randwick Mayor Danny Said said the health and wellbeing of the community was their prime concern

Randwick Mayor Danny Said said the health and wellbeing of the community was their prime concern

Randwick Mayor Danny Said said the health and wellbeing of the community was their prime concern

Randwick Mayor Danny Said said the health and wellbeing of the community was their prime concern, the Daily Telegraph reported.

‘Ultimately we could not guarantee large crowds could gather safely inline with NSW Public Health Orders given the continued threat of COVID-19.

‘We’re very disappointed to have to make this decision, but I hope people will understand the reason for it.’

Hundreds flock to Sydney's eastern suburbs for the popular Coogee Carols and Coogee New Year's Eve fireworks show

Hundreds flock to Sydney's eastern suburbs for the popular Coogee Carols and Coogee New Year's Eve fireworks show

Hundreds flock to Sydney’s eastern suburbs for the popular Coogee Carols and Coogee New Year’s Eve fireworks show

He said the council had an enhanced program of Christmas activities which would ‘bring a bit of a joy and fun in what’s been a tough year’.

Sydney’s iconic New Year’s Eve fireworks display is still tipped to go ahead but it will likely be far more toned back than normal. 

The event, which typically attracts more than a million spectators to the central city, will be exclusively seen on TV.

Areas to the city’s coastline will likely be restricted to prevent any large gatherings. 

Sydney's world-famous New Year's Eve firework display (pictured above at Sydney Harbour) will likely be scaled back to stop the spread of the coronavirus

Sydney's world-famous New Year's Eve firework display (pictured above at Sydney Harbour) will likely be scaled back to stop the spread of the coronavirus

Sydney’s world-famous New Year’s Eve firework display (pictured above at Sydney Harbour) will likely be scaled back to stop the spread of the coronavirus

Revellers would be be shifted from public parks and harbour foreshores (pictured) to private homes and pubs to watch the show

Revellers would be be shifted from public parks and harbour foreshores (pictured) to private homes and pubs to watch the show

Revellers would be be shifted from public parks and harbour foreshores (pictured) to private homes and pubs to watch the show

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Teenager is charged with murder after an 18-year-old man was ‘stabbed to death at a skate park’ 

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A 16-year-old boy has been charged with murder after a teenager was allegedly stabbed to death during a brawl at a skate park.

Police allege a group of youths made threats to each other online before agreeing to meet at the park on Dillon Close in Weston, Canberra, for a fight last month.

Officers were called to the scene at about 1am on Sunday 27 September after the 16-year-old boy and an 18-year-old man suffered stab wounds.  

The 16-year-old allegedly used a knife to stab his victim multiple times. The 18-year-old died at the scene. 

Police allege a group of youths made threats to each other online before agreeing to meet at the park on Dillon Close in Weston, Canberra (pictured), for a fight last month

Police allege a group of youths made threats to each other online before agreeing to meet at the park on Dillon Close in Weston, Canberra (pictured), for a fight last month

Police allege a group of youths made threats to each other online before agreeing to meet at the park on Dillon Close in Weston, Canberra (pictured), for a fight last month

The boy appeared in the ACT Children’s Court by videolink from the Bimberi Youth Justice Centre on Wednesday after being charged with murder and affray.   

Detective Superintendent Scott Moller said the alleged stabbing was a traumatic incident for everyone, specifically the families of the two involved.  

‘There’s a family deeply grieving the loss of their son and because we must seek justice, another family is potentially facing life-long consequences for what happened that night,’ he said.

‘This has been a tough investigation for detectives, it’s always very sad when young people are involved in serious crime.

‘When police were called it was too late to make a difference and that’s shattering for us because we are here to help anyone in trouble.’

Detective Superintendent Moller pleaded for young people to contact police or a trusted adult if issues escalate online.  

A police and emergency services operation is conducted after the alleged stabbing on September 27

A police and emergency services operation is conducted after the alleged stabbing on September 27

A police and emergency services operation is conducted after the alleged stabbing on September 27

‘Cyber abuse and cyberbullying can quickly intensify in scale and nature, and feel deeply personal,’ he said.

‘It can be hard but try not to respond or retaliate. If possible switch off your phone for a while and seek help.

‘Before you block or delete the person and comments, make sure you save the evidence of what has occurred. This can help a police investigation if it’s needed. 

‘It may not seem like it at the time but I promise you, you won’t regret asking for help if you’re being abused or bullied online – it could save your life.’

Police are asking for anyone who was involved in the fight or who has further information to come forward. 

Pictured: The police operation after the 18-year-old was allegedly fatally stabbed in Canberra

Pictured: The police operation after the 18-year-old was allegedly fatally stabbed in Canberra

Pictured: The police operation after the 18-year-old was allegedly fatally stabbed in Canberra

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Apex gang member’s shocking crime spree after he was saved from deportation 

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A member of the notorious Apex gang who was saved from deportation three years ago has gone on to commit a violent crime spree.

The Administrative Appeals Tribunal overturned the government’s decision to send Chad Samupo back to his native New Zealand, despite knowing he had a long history of violence.

It was argued that the 23-year-old ‘was or may be a risk to the health, safety or good order of the Australian community’.

But after being allowed to stay in Australia, Samupo went on to commit assault, robbery and property damage offences.

A member of the notorious Apex gang who was saved from deportation three years ago has gone on to commit a violent crime spree. An Apex gang member is pictured

A member of the notorious Apex gang who was saved from deportation three years ago has gone on to commit a violent crime spree. An Apex gang member is pictured

A member of the notorious Apex gang who was saved from deportation three years ago has gone on to commit a violent crime spree. An Apex gang member is pictured

He pleaded guilty and is due to be sentenced in the Melbourne’ Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday.  

Samupo’s lengthy criminal record includes charges of assaulting police, resisting arrest, assaulting an emergency worker and illegal drug use and possession, The Daily Telegraph reported.

Samupo had his visa cancelled in February 2017 by a delegate of then Immigration Minister Peter Dutton.

The Apex gang member successfully appealed to the AAT while in detention awaiting deportation.   

AAT Deputy President Jan Redfern and AAT part-time member Alison Murphy decided not to cancel Samupo’s visa. 

The tribunal let Samupo stay in Australia despite Victoria Police’s anti-gangs squad giving evidence that he was a member of Apex – a predominantly Sudanese group from Dandenong who were responsible for the 2016 Moomba riots.  

Victoria Police also told the AAT that Samupo held a violent and aggressive leading role in the gang’s offences.

The Apex gang member successfully appealed to the AAT while in detention awaiting deportation. An Apex gang member is pictured

The Apex gang member successfully appealed to the AAT while in detention awaiting deportation. An Apex gang member is pictured

The Apex gang member successfully appealed to the AAT while in detention awaiting deportation. An Apex gang member is pictured

The AAT members’ reasons for saving the Apex gang member from deportation included not wanting to separate him from his Melbourne-based family as well as his mental condition.

‘We accept his behaviour remains of concern and he remains at risk of re-offending, particularly in view of his serious mental illness,’ the AAT’s 2017 written decision said.

‘All these matters weigh towards cancellation of his visa.

‘Weighing against these matters are the applicant’s long residence in this country, the fact his immediate family all reside here and the hardship that will be caused to the applicant and his family if his visa is cancelled.’

Who are the Apex Gang?

The group originated in Dandenong, about 30km south-east of Melbourne’s CBD, in early 2016

The members are primarily from a Sudanese refugee background

They are responsible for the Moomba riots in March 2016

They rose to prominence after the Moomba Festival riots in March 2016

The parents of some members are so worried they’re sending their children back to Africa

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