[WATCH] Dramatic rescue of woman whose sari gets caught in train door

Check out this dramatic footage of the moment rail commuters saved a woman from being dragged under a train after her sari became caught in a carriage door.

As she exited the carriage and the train began to move, her fellow passengers noticed the garment was caught and began a frantic attempt to free her.

She's dragged her for several metres along the Kanjurmarg station platform in Mumbai before the dress eventually unravels, allowing her to be pulled away from the carriage as the train speeds away.

Elsewhere, a shop owner in Australia has released a shocking video warning people just how easy it is to be scammed.

An unsuspecting male customer is looking at magazines on a shelf, when a staff member, armed with a tap-and-go payment machine, scans the customer's wallet in the back pocket of his pants.

The transaction was approved within seconds, with the customer none the wiser that he has just been ripped off.

And finally, Tour de France defending champion, Chris Froome was crash tackled off his bike by a police officer, who do you think was at fault?

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