A water-powered jetpack? Pint-size “protestors?” You have to see it to believe it in this week in photos.
Thousands of fans sing along with Steven Tyler of Aerosmith during the iHeart Radio Music Festival in Las Vegas, “the biggest live music event in radio history.”
The 2012 European Beard and Mustache Championship brought participants from all over the globe to show off their whiskers at this facial-hair face off.
Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello and Michelangelo grab a slice of their favorite food and take on NYC to promote the CGI reboot of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles premiering on Nickelodeon.
This inflated official mascot of the 2014 World Cup (seen in Esplanade of Ministries in Brazil) wasn’t chosen just because it looks cute, but because it represents the 3-banded armadillo -- an endangered species indigenous to Brazil. FIFA will vote on the mascot’s name.
Shaquille O'Neal poses with these pint-size “protestors” before the Toddler Rally for Global Health's Big Push in NYC.
Enthusiasts competed at the Red Bull Flugtag (Flight Day) event in Vienna to see who could fly the longest distance in their self-made aircrafts.
Ultra-Orthodox Jews in Israel perform the Tashlich and pray near a plastic pool filled with water and live fish, “to cast away” their sins. This is done in preparation for Yom Kippur, the upcoming Jewish Day of Atonement.
Dean O'Malley flies using a JetLev, a water-powered recreational jetpack flying machine in Newport Beach, CA. O'Malley will attempt to establish a new world record for flight of the JetLev by making a 26-mile-open-ocean crossing from Newport Beach to Avalon, Catalina Island.
Justin Timberlake reveals his inner Tiger Woods at the Ryder Cup Captains & Celebrity Scramble in Medinah, Illinois.
A Halloween decoration? Not quite. This piece of artwork titled "Fitness Addiction" by Belgian mix media artist Pascal Bernier is part of the “A Pop Nightmare” exhibition at the Botanique exhibition hall in Brussels.
A Polish girl, dressed in traditional costume, enjoys a beer after participating in the opening Oktoberfest parade in Munich, Germany. This year’s beer festival will run until October 7.
PSY performs his international hit “Gangnam Style” at Kyunggi University in Suwon, South Korea. The song is No. 2 on the Hot 100 Billboard chart currently, and the music video has the most YouTube likes in history.
College football season has begun and members of the Georgia Bulldogs huddle before the game against the Vanderbilt Commodores at Sanford Stadium in Athens, Georgia.
South Korean female soldiers parachute to the ground during a demonstration on the eve of the Armed Forces Day anniversary at the Gyeryong military headquarters about 87 miles south of Seoul.
This man carries an idol of the god, Ganesh, after it was immersed in the Bay of Bengal for the Hindu festival, Ganesh Chaturthi. The festival is celebrated every year in India on the birthday of Ganesh and includes dancing and singing in the streets.