Instant Index: Tumbleweeds Cover House; FAA Investigates Harlem Shake

Diane Sawyer with the top stories that have people buzzing this week.
1:55 | 02/28/13

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Transcript for Instant Index: Tumbleweeds Cover House; FAA Investigates Harlem Shake
We saw three memorable videos for our "instant index" tonight. Starting with texas. Tumblewields and what 60-mile-per-hour winds can do. This is a house in west texas, swallowetumbleweeds and the homeowner's reaction was priceless. Good old west texas. Garage in there somewhere. The family had just taken down a fence that keeps tumbleweeds at bay when that storm hit. And because the tumbleweeds are in his yard, not on public land, the fire department says he has to find a way to clear them. And now, proof that a dance craze can go too far, the "harlem shake." The faa is pouring over this video. It's on board a frontier airlines flight. And then, the whole plane. It was a prank started by the colorado college ultimate frisbee team. But the faa says they are investigating, because all those dancers in the aisle could be breaking the r on interferes with the flight crew. And final this one under a lover's spat for the ages. A young couple in utah, creighton, a veteran thrill seeker, says he tried to talk his girlfriend into bungee jumping. A few false starts -- four, three, two, one -- so, creighton tries to move it along and -- please don't push me off. Please don't. I'm breaking up with you! I'm breaking up with you, she scre screams. By the way, we're told tonight, she's just fine. But they did, in fact, break up, reportedly not because of this moment, but makes you wonder. And we love what you see out there every day for our "instant index." So, tweet it to me zblvshl@dianesawyer. Coming p, you're correct.

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