From a nitrogen shot that ruined a teenager's stomach to a Costco fight over Nutella, there was no shortage of attention-grabbing stories this week. In case you fell off the grid a bit, here are a few that made waves.
A U.K. bar has been fined over $150,000 for improperly serving a liquid nitrogen drink to a customer.
Gaby Scanlon was celebrating her 18th birthday at Oskar's Wine Bar in 2012 when she was given a cocktail containing liquid nitrogen. Scanlon says she wasn't given any instructions on how to handle the drink, so she drank it before the chemical had evaporated.
The gas punctured her stomach lining, and the teen had to spend three weeks in the hospital and have her stomach removed.
The bar pleaded guilty to endangering its customers and admitted it hadn't carried out a safety review before using liquid nitrogen in drinks.
The Nutella craze has officially gone too far. According to KTLA, a California Costco shopper was hoarding free samples of Nutella waffles when a 78-year-old man told the hoarder he should just take one sample.
Rather than complying, the 24-year-old man punched the 78-year-old in the face. The senior citizen was taken to the hospital and suffered a one-inch cut above his swollen left eye.
Derrick Gharabighi was charged with elder abuse and could spend the next decade in jail.
A Michigan mom is getting positive attention after she took the high road while dealing with some nasty comments in a Tim Hortons coffee line.
While standing in line with her 22-month-old for coffee and doughnuts, Dianne Hoffmeyer overheard two middle-aged women behind her bashing the woman's appearance.
Hoffmeyer said that the women were insulting her in a hushed tone. They were saying things like "Oh look at her hair, it's nasty looking and the roots are coming through," as well as, "Oh she's a whale, oh the whale needs to eat."
Instead of insulting them back, the mother astonished everyone by buying the two women coffee.
Hoffmeyer then took to Facebook to share the awful incident, and her post quickly garnered over 200 thousand likes and thousands of messages showing support.
That's our roundup for the week. Check back next week for a new batch of stories you may have missed.
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A rainbow stretches across the Milan skyline, Italy, after heavy rain, Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)
An Afghan refugee child covers his face with a balloon while he and other migrants spent the night in a shelter near Graz, Austria, Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015. Hungary's prime minister Viktor Orban said that millions of migrants are "laying siege" to the borders of his country and of Europe, putting the continent in danger. (AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen)
A fan shouts out during the performance of Brazilian rock group Paralamas do Sucesso at the Rock in Rio music festival in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Sunday, Sept. 20, 2015. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)
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A Slovenian police officer faces refugees waiting to cross the border from Croatia to the Slovenian village Rigonce at the border station in Harmica, Croatia, Sunday, Sept. 20, 2015. The refugees enter a bus for transport to a registration center. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)
People watch from their apartment building as Pope Francis approaches in his popemobile as he travels from the airport to Havana, Cuba, Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015. Pope Francis began his 10-day trip to Cuba and the United States, embarking on his first trip to the onetime Cold War foes after helping to nudge forward their historic rapprochement. (Ismael Francisco/Cubadebate Via AP)
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A migrant lies on the grund as hundreds of migrants camp for a second day, as they try to march down a highway towards Turkeyâs western border with Greece and Bulgaria, near Edirne, Turkey, Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015. The migrants were stopped Friday by Turkish law enforcement on a highway near the city of Edirne, causing a massive traffic jam. (AP Photo/Emrah Gurel)
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