Top videos: Bull rides shotgun while England’s coach salutes Spain

In this week’s top videos, a bull and its owner got pulled over in Nebraska while a bear cub found a new lease on life.

Elsewhere, England’s soccer coach Sarina Wiegman was named women’s coach of the year and paid tribute to Spain’s women’s football team, saying what has happened to them pains her as a coach, a mother, a wife and a human being.

Also, health concerns were raised when a US politician froze during a media conference again.

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Referendum date locked in

This week, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese announced the date of Australia’s first referendum in 24 years.

Australians will decide on October 14 whether to recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Constitution with a Voice to Parliament.

South African tragedy

More than 70 people died after a fire in a five-storey apartment building in Johannesburg.

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa called for support to survivors and those affected, and hoped investigations into the fire would prevent another tragedy.

Idalia’s legacy

Ex-hurricane Idalia ripped through Florida this week, leaving a trail of destruction. Millions of residents evacuated or took cover when Idalia made landfall in Florida.


#HurricaneIdalia has wrought havoc in Florida, leaving almost 450,000 people without power. Some #officials say it is the worst storm to hit parts of Florida in 100 years. It made landfall as a high-end category 3 hurricane with maximum sustained #winds near 125 mph

♬ original sound – Sky News

Senator freezes, again

US Senator Mitch McConnell once again appeared to freeze when taking questions from the media this week.

The 81-year-old, who is the longest-serving Senate party leader in history, reportedly felt light-headed. The incident comes just week after he froze during a media briefing in Washington.

Coach’s classy tribute

Sarina Wiegman, the woman who took the Lionesses to the final in the FIFA Women’s World Cup has been crowned UEFA’s Women’s Coach of the Year.

Super blue moon

There was a super moon this week, which is a full moon that is closer to Earth. The event resulted in some stunning footage being captured around Sydney.

The moon also happened to be the second full moon in August, making it a blue moon.


A rare blue supermoon lit up Sydney’s skyline last night. 🌕 Did you see the spectacular phenomenon? #Moon #SuperMoon #Astronomy #9News

♬ original sound – 9News Sydney

Howdy Doody rides shotgun

A man was busted for driving a bull, called Howdy Doody, in Nebraska. Police pulled the man over and issued a warning.


A man in Nebraska was given a warning by police after he was pulled over when officers spotted a bull in his vehicle. 🎥: News Channel Nebraska via Storyful #bull #animals #caughtoncamera #car #nebraska #yougottaseethis #police #farm #news #ctvnews

♬ original sound – CTVNews

Clean sweep

A border collie was very helpful in the shed this week, picking up a broom and swinging it around. While it appears no sweeping was done, some called for the young dog to get a promotion.


Helping out the boys in the shed 🔨

♬ original sound – MORE ENERGY 😎

Cat car

A furry car with cat ears, whiskers and a tail was on show this week. A Swedish flag is seen hanging from the car’s tail and it was a hit on social media, with people wanting to get one for themselves.


♬ original sound – 🌐 JAY 🌐

Sticky situation

A good samaritan helped a bear cub last week that had its head in a container. The bear was eventually freed, but the woman who found the cub said its mother was nowhere to be seen.

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