Zombies take over London and a talented dog breaks the world diving record, these are Tuesday's stories that go "Over the Edge".
Over a thousand zombie fans, attempting to break the world record for the largest gathering in England, but fell a little short. The record, set back in 2010, recorded 4,093 people dressed for the New Jersey zombie walk at Asbury Park. Guiness Book of World Record officials counted just over 1500 zombies at this years walk, not enough to break the previous record.
One event succeeded in breaking a world record, Purina's annual Parade of Performing Pups featured a three year old k-9 from San Diego that shattered the record in the dog diving competition. The dog, Phoebe, took home the record leaping 32 feet, three inches into a pool of water. The annual event also included hurdle jumping, pole weaving and aerial stunt routines.
In movies and on TV, cops are usually inside the donut shop, but in Indiana, these cops are hanging out on the top of the shop. Police were seen dancing to a zumba routine on top of a Krispy Kreme along a main street. It's part of the "Cops on Top" fundraiser. The fun event raised money to benefit families of domestic and sexual abuse.