A Woman Took Her Kangaroo to a McDonald’s in Wisconsin
I’m sure all the McDonald’s in Australia have protocols in place if someone brings in their pet kangaroo. The McDonald’s in central Wisconsin? Not so much.
Police in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin got a call recently from a McDonald’s that was having a unique issue . . . a woman brought in her KANGAROO, and got upset when the staff told her she couldn’t have it inside.
When a cop got there, he saw it was just a baby kangaroo, wrapped in a blanket in an infant car seat.
The woman told him it was a SERVICE animal, to help her cope with emotional distress . . . she even showed him a note from a doctor.
The cop said he wasn’t sure if a kangaroo qualified as a service animal . . . and eventually the woman calmed down and left.
Hey, we looked it up and it IS legal to own a kangaroo in Wisconsin, if you have the proper permits. There are no specific laws on whether it’s a legal service animal.
Road Warrior Or Stupid Criminal?
A Missouri man is accused of stealing a tow truck, then using it to take back his impounded vehicles.
Cops say 51-year-old TIMOTHY ZEMAN broke into a tow yard, took a tow truck, loaded up his two cars, and hit the road.
Sheriff’s deputies and Highway Patrol officers were called to the scene and they gave chase. When Zeman refused to pull over, they used tire spikes to slow him down, but Zeman just kept on going!
Zeman eventually crashed into a bluff causing major damage to the tow truck he stole, and the two cars he was trying to rescue!!!
He charged with first-degree tampering and felony resisting arrest. He is being held in the Franklin County jail on $50-thousand dollars bail.
A Guy Walked 21 Miles to Work and Never Missed a Day . . . So Strangers Raised Nearly $300,000 for Him
On Sunday, “The Detroit News Press” did a story on a 56-year-old guy named James Robertson, who walks 21 MILES round-trip to work every day . . . and has never missed a day.
His car broke down more than a decade ago . . . his factory job doesn’t pay enough to buy a new one, and there’s almost no bus service where he lives. So he leaves his house at 8:00 in the morning every day, to make his shift that starts at two.
Then he leaves work at 10:00 P.M., and doesn’t get home until FOUR IN THE MORNING most nights. So on average, he only sleeps about two hours a night. But he can’t afford to move closer, and can’t get another job.
After the article came out, a 19-year-old college student set up a page on GoFundMe.com, to raise $5,000 to buy him a car.
And in the first two days, people from all over the country donated almost 300 THOUSAND DOLLARS to help him out.
He’ll be able to bank it too, because a local car dealership has already offered to GIVE him a brand new car.