It’s not unheard of for a dog to accidentally set a car in motion and wreak a little havoc in the process, but even police were surprised at this. Also, only the shear joy of a puppy could have caused so much damage.
The crocodile, Feodor, a 6.5-foot-long male circus performer, was resting peacefully under a blanket on the bus with the rest of his coworkers, on May 20, 2014, when the vehicle hit a large pot hole. That’s when he was hit, out of nowhere, by a large 264-pound female accountant, leaving the reptilian artist in shock.
This year’s destressing plan for Washington University students at exam time backfired when Boo Boo, an adorable two-month-old bear cub, nipped 14 students and prompting a rabies scare that, sadly, will require Boo Boo’s euthanization for rabies testing.
In their defense, the chicken was jaywalking, and the officer was doing his job.
Police in in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, got a call from a terrified girl, who reported a crocodile in her family’s backyard, saying that it was about to attack her, and that it was flapping its tongue. That should have been a clue.
In what promises to be great fun if you’re in Wellington, New Zealand, Victoria University’s Science Society is offering a free beer for every rat brought to them at The Hunter Lounge — dead or alive. The challenge promises to unleash, the joyously buzzed and intoxicated on a no doubt savvy and entrenched urban rat population.
Okay, so no one got arrested and no one was killed, but we often bring you stories of weird accidents involving animals, and sometimes of horrific animal abuse. This report qualifies as a near-lethal, weird accident, and an good example of something never, ever to do to your bird.
A guy took a leashed tiger into a busy bar on a Sunday evening and ordered a beer. When the bartender asked what the tiger would be drinking, the man replied, Anything he wants. At least that’s how the old joke goes. Police aren’t laughing either.
An man in England alerted authorities recently about a single frog that was just sitting, waiting for him, at the bottom of the stairs to his house. He insisted that the frog was “harassing” him and wanted professional help removing it.
Police in East Lampeter Twp. are searching for suspects involved in what seems like a classic drive-by shooting with a twist. Drive-by shootings are usually a more urban phenomenon associated gang rivalries. This shooting was aimed at an Amish family in their horse and buggy. Luckily, the only one injured was the horse. Sadly, it died.