A Leopard Is Terrorizing People Who Stumble Home Drunk in Northeast India
Here’s a travel advisory in case you have a trip scheduled to northeast India this week. You probably don’t and that’s good!
Apparently, there’s a LEOPARD on the prowl and terrorizing people there. The leopard has already attacked THIRTEEN people as they were walking home from bars and restaurants.
Forest rangers say it’s clear he’s got a taste for humans and people who’ve had too much to drink and are stumbling are easier targets.
They believe he used to eat DOGS . . . but there are fewer wild dogs around now, so the leopard has transitioned to humans.
They’ve gone out hunting for him three times but haven’t been able to catch him.
There’s nothing as perfect as a Stupid Criminal who THINKS he’s a genius criminal . . . and that’s EXACTLY what we’ve got here.
45-year-old Adalberto Ramiro-diaz of Port St. Lucie, Florida has been running a pretty massive drug dealing operation out of his house.
At one point recently, a customer was over at his house looking at his massive stash of drugs and guns, and asked him how he’d never been caught. And Adalberto told him he was TOO SMART to get caught.
But the customer he told that to was . . . an undercover cop.
The cops arrested him last week on a ton of drug and weapons charges. They also found a fake FBI badge in his house during their search.
A Vet Performed a Life-Saving Operation on a Goldfish
We do a LOT for our pets. But do FISH count?
Last week, a couple in Melbourne, Australia noticed their pet goldfish George was having trouble breathing.
Now, George is ten years old. So you’d THINK their first instinct would be to make sure the TOILET was working properly . . . because that’s probably where most people would send him.
Instead, they took him to the VET. He saw that George had a massive TUMOR on one of his gills. And I mean it was about the size of a grape. For a three-ounce goldfish, that’s pretty big.
And he told George’s owners that it would be risky . . . but for $200, he could try to perform a potentially life-saving operation and REMOVE the tumor. And they went for it.
We’re happy to report that the 45-minute surgery was a complete success.
George is now back home in his tank recovering.