The FC Barcelona defender Dani Alves was preparing for a corner kick on Sunday's match when he noticed a banana tossed at him onto the pitch. Without missing a beat, Alves responds to the racist gesture excellently by picking it up and eating it.
"We have suffered [racism] in Spain for some time," Alves said after the game. "We aren't going to change things easily"
Friends, teammates, and fans responded to Alves' actions with pride in a similarly humorous fashion on Instagram and Twitter.
This new whacky Instagram fad was started by Dallas Pets Alive (DPA). Their goal is to make Dallas a no-kill city while also helping homeless dogs get adopted.
It works like this: DPA searches Instagram for selfies and Photoshops a mutt who's up for adoption into the picture. They also provide information about how to help the shelter animal. The result is hilarious, of course, but it also gets the message out that an adorable pup is in need of a forever home.
Visit their Instagram page to join in on the fun and find out how you can help find a new home for these lovable pups!
The highly acclaimed actor recently snapped this risqué photo of himself in front of the mirror and loaded it to Instagram for all of his 1.9 million followers to see. It wasn't until an hour after posting it that he decided to remove the photo.
It seems ol' Franco is enjoying the explicit attention these days with just recently stirring up some controversy after videos and texts were leaked from an underaged girl being pursued by the 35-year-old.