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TOP CLICK: The week that was in viral stories

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Whether it’s local news, provincial and national politics, or the world of celebrities and sports, we’ve got you covered.

Some stories set the world on fire. And these are the most popular online stories from the past seven days that Sun readers like you have clicked on.

Here are our top stories:

Woman charged with attempted murder after TTC driver pushed onto tracks

Toronto police arrested a 45-year-old woman last Monday – less than 24 hours after she allegedly pushed another commuter onto the subway tracks at Bloor-Yonge station.

Be warned, the video of the shocking push may be disturbing to some.

The victim was seriously injured, suffering a broken rib from the fall, but avoided an oncoming train by rolling into a gap under the platform.

The suspect has been charged with attempted murder, reported Scott Laurie of the courthouse, who also spoke to bikers concerned for their own safety.

Elon Musk awarded the Axel Springer Prize in Berlin.  (Getty Images)
Elon Musk awarded the Axel Springer Prize in Berlin. (Getty Images) Photo by Getty Images

Elon Musk Says ‘Waking Mind Virus’ Makes Netflix ‘Unassailable’

Elon Musk has weighed in on why Netflix is ​​losing subscribers, saying its content has been infected with the “Waking Mind Virus” and it’s making their programming “unwatchable”, reported Mark Daniell.

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Musk didn’t specify what content on Netflix is ​​woke, but that’s likely because he was busy raising $46.5 billion in funding to fund his bid for Twitter dominance.

It starts.  A Leafs fan wearing a Tavares jersey punches another fan he accuses of groping a woman.  (Buzz/Twitter sheets)
It starts. A Leafs fan wearing a Tavares jersey punches another fan he accuses of groping a woman. (Buzz/Twitter sheets) TWITTER

Maple Leafs fan hits man for allegedly touching woman

A knight wearing a shiny Leafs jersey came to the rescue of a woman who was allegedly groped by another fan during a game at Scotiabank Arena.

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The video shows a dude in a Tavares jersey (John must love that pairing) throwing an older man into the seats, then proceeds to “rain blow the older man,” as Brad Hunter recounts.

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But pffft. Who needs a man? The woman is seen slapping the alleged fumper repeatedly before returning to her seat.

Shaquille O'Neal poses for a photo in Los Angeles on April 13, 2018. (Chris Carlso/Associated Press)
Shaquille O’Neal poses for a photo in Los Angeles on April 13, 2018. (Chris Carlso/Associated Press) Photo by Chris Carlso /PA

Shaq takes full responsibility for divorce and living ‘this double life’

Shaquille O’Neal has acknowledged the death of his marriage to ex-wife Shaunie O’Neal, saying it was “wrong”.

More so, “She was awesome. It was all me.

Although Shaq didn’t go into detail about his wickedness, he admitted that he wasn’t protecting her or their vows, that he was living a double life and being trapped. No, not specific but even we can do this calculation.

Daniel Hoffmann, 31, was found stabbed to death in his apartment near Harbor and York Sts.  Wednesday, April 13, 2022.
Daniel Hoffmann, 31, was found stabbed to death in his apartment near Harbor and York Sts. Wednesday, April 13, 2022. (Handout/Toronto Police) Picture by handout /Toronto Police

Three arrested in Toronto harbor condo murder

Three people have been arrested for fatally stabbing a 31-year-old Toronto man in his harborfront condo earlier this month.

The Sun’s Scott Laurie spoke to a friend of the victim, Daniel Hoffman, who briefly saw his friend the night before the alleged murder.

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Hoffmann, according to his friend, had big plans ahead of the Easter long weekend.

“His father was coming to pick him up,” he said. “Can you imagine how he must feel?”

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