5 Videos That You Need to See: November 18, 2015 - NECN

5 Videos That You Need to See: November 18, 2015

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    5 Videos That You Need to See: November 18, 2015

    From an alligator crashing a picnic to high school students staging a sit-in, we think you should take a break from the workday to watch these 5 videos that have gone viral on social media.

    #1: Matt Noyes visits kids to talk about weather. (WATCH)

    Matt Noyes Meets Some Young FansMatt Noyes Meets Some Young Fans

    Matt stopped by Buker Elementary school to talk with the kids and answer all their weather questions
    (Published Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015)

    #2: High School students stage a sit-in. (WATCH)

    Viewer Video: Students at a High School Stage a Sit-InViewer Video: Students at a High School Stage a Sit-In

    Students at the David Prouty High School in Spencer staged a sit-in Wednesday morning.
    (Published Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015)

    #3: A motorcyclist decided to play a trick on a car passenger. (WATCH)

    Freeway Foot GrabFreeway Foot Grab

    A motorcyclist grabs the feet of an unsuspecting passenger on a freeway. Zim Killgore, a photographer, recorded himself cruising down a San Diego highway on his motorcycle when he noticed a pair of Halloween-themed feet poking out the window of a Toyota Camry.
    (Published Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015)

    #4: This alligator wanted to join a Florida trio's picnic. (WATCH)

    Alligator Crashes Picnic: Eats Food, Unfazed by CameraAlligator Crashes Picnic: Eats Food, Unfazed by Camera

    An alligator showed up as an uninvited guest at a Florida trio's picnic and started munching on the food spread.
    (Published Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015)

    #5: A scuba diving Santa help decorate a tree 80-feet below the water's surface. (WATCH)

    Annual Tradition of a Scuba Diving SantaAnnual Tradition of a Scuba Diving Santa

    A scuba diving Santa and his reindeer helpers decorate a tree 80 feet below the surface of waters off Japan's Sado Island.
    (Published Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2015)

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