The Clayton County Sheriff's Office in Georgia said that an investigation had been launched following a social media video that showed an officer using "force."
As the unusual video gained millions of views on Twitter, users were ready with plenty of sea lion jokes.
A viral video on TikTok shows a man threatening to sue a Chipotle restaurant for refusing to serve him over not wearing a mask, demanding staff call the police to remove him.
"And then inspiration struck, in the form of my wife giving me this great idea. What transpired has turned into the best part of an otherwise dreary pandemic summer."
"What you guys don't understand is that people have their lives in these businesses," the self-described local business owner told protesters in the Wisconsin city.
The video inspired a discussion on Reddit about the fastest ways to further inflame road rage incidents.
The clip shows the man riding on the back of a whale shark, which is an endangered species.
A woman in Greenville, South Carolina ranted at a police officer after she was pulled over while driving a vehicle decked out in posters and flags expressing opposition to COVID-19 testing.
An Ohio woman challenged a Planet Fitness staff member after he repeatedly asked her to leave the gym for refusing to wear a mask.
A kiwi with a broken leg had to return to a veterinary hospital after breaking his other leg shortly after release back into the wild. Piwi has had a tough few months.
Martyn Stroud shared the video of him playing the song into a watering can's spout on Wednesday.
A white man was filmed as he confronted someone who was wearing a mask that said "Black Lives Matter" on it outside a donut shop in Buffalo, New York.
"I Have a Right to My Pizza," said the woman captured on video in a Washington Papa Murphy's.
A Wisconsin man repeatedly refused to wear or purchase a mask at a grocery store on a Native American reservation Monday, instead trying to convince employees his shirt offered enough protection against the coronavirus.
At least four officers with the Fort Worth Police Department were shown through cell phone video entering a gas station without wearing face coverings.
Gennica Cochran repeatedly told the man to "get out" of the restaurant, in Carmel Valley, California after he made racist remarks towards an Asian family.
The Nationwide Children's Hospital described its former employee's behavior as "extremely troubling, inconsistent with our values."
Lofthouse, the CEO of San Francisco-based IT company Solid8, was seen in a viral video hurling racist abuse at an Asian family dining at a restaurant in Carmel Valley, California.
The clip dates back to at least 2018, as a practical joke designed by YouTuber Jay Karl.
I couldn't believe that the President of The United States would tweet out a video that is sharing a message of hate in the midst of the Black Lives Matter protests. Then I was upset that it was our boys in that video.
The clip—which was filmed over Father's Day weekend at Cape Henlopen State Park Beach—needs to be seen to be believed.
Barry Wardell seen shouting "Put me on Facebook. Black Lives Don't Matter."
The video was shared by Ice T who called the woman "racist of the day," to which she responded on Facebook: "Ice T tweeted me. He called me the racist of the day. But hey y'all Ice T tweeted me."
A Trader Joe's shopper in North Hollywood, California screamed at employees after they asked her to wear a mask while inside the grocery store.
This is merely the most recent incident of a belligerent white woman coughing on someone recording her.
"You don't have a right to come in here," the white man, identified on social media as William Beasley, can be heard saying.
In an apology, Kathy Jenkins claimed she said "KKK beliefs" to mock the protesters as she didn't like being called racist.
The woman ranted about various conspiracy theories at a Palm Beach meeting debating a face mask mandate, which eventually passed with a unanimous vote.
A woman shouted at Black Lives Matter protesters that she would "teach [her] grandkids to hate all of you," while wrapped in a Confederate flag, before shouting, "KKK belief."
The man who accused the woman of calling him a racial slur advertised "Karen" T-shirts quoting the video within hours.