According to Instagram and Youtube footage , this video is the last glimpse of the downed Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17. It was reportedly captured by Malaysian passenger Md Ali Md Salim moments before departure. The 14-second video, which was uploaded on his Instagram account, showed other passengers stowing their luggage in the overhead compartment. In the caption of the Instagram video, the 30-year-old seemed to have expressed his jitters flying home. Bismillah #hatiadasikitgentar (In the name of God feeling a little bit nervous) An announcement, believed to be the voice of the pilot, could be heard in the background. At the moment, we are on the final stages of boarding and cargo loading. Once again, please ensure all your phones are off for the flight to Md Ali, a psychology PhD student at Erasmus University Rotterdam, was reported to be heading home to celebrate the upcoming Hari Raya in Muar, Johor. Malaysia Airlines, in a statement, confirmed that there were a total of 298 passengers and 15 crew members on board. The image was uploaded to twitter by one of Salims friends, as Salims Instagram account is set to private: Status terakhir salah seorang penumpang #MH17 di instagram milik beliau #masa1777 Bismillah #hatiadasikitgentar pic.twitter.com/N6huqmI4Oc Ahmad Fahmi (@Fahmi_Samsudin) July 17, 2014 The New York Post and other media outlets have reported that family members have confirmed that Salim was on the fated Malaysian Airlines MH17 flight leading media to believe the video is in fact real. Salims brother, Md Zaki Md Salim, told the New York Post: My brother was very excited to be back for Raya with the family and should have arrived today. Salims friend Mohn Zaem Nordin, 24, is the one who originally shared the clip on his own personally Instagram account.
Did Instagram Discriminate Against This Size 24 Woman? – Yahoo Celebrity
This woman believes Instagram discriminated against her because of her size. Looks like Instagram has some explaining to do. Samm Newman, a 19-year-old student at Ohio University-Chillicothe, recently had instagram comments her Instagram deleted, and believes it’s because she posted selfies of her fuller figure in her bra and underwear. Video: Dr. Oz’s Shocking Fat Suit Transformation A look at the photos in question show that Newman’s outfit is no more revealing than a bathing suit, and since Instagram allows other much more revealing photos of both women and men to exist on the site, plenty of people are questioning the popular photo-sharing site’s motives. “Fat is not a bad word,” Newman tells NBC4 . “How confident can you be if you keep censoring yourself because people don’t want to look at you? … My Instagram, it was my safe place because when I was there, I could share anything.” After the NBC4 story quickly began getting attention, Instagram reinstated her account and apologized “for any inconvenience.” “When our team processes reports from other members of the Instagram community, we occasionally make a mistake.