Dolphin Jumps On Boat & Breaks Both Woman’s Ankles
Chrissie Frickman was boating with her husband and two children in Southern California when a pod of dolphins swam alongside them.
They thought it was pretty cool to have the dolphins swimming alongside them … until one of the dolphins jumped into the boat, knocking Chrissie over and landing on her legs … breaking both of her ankles.
As they rushed back to the harbor, they splashed water on the 350-pound dolphin to keep it alive as it thrashed around in the boat.
Once they got to the dock, officials helped them get the dolphin back in the water. It’ll be fine, but Chrissie is still recovering from her two broken ankles and is expected to make a full recovery.
A Guy Goes Grocery Shopping with His Pet Snake
Would you go grocery shopping with your pet? A small dog, yeah, maybe. Your cat, eh! But your pet python? Not OK to take it shopping with you.
A customer at a grocery store in Beckenham, England, was asked to leave because he was shopping with his pet python draped around his neck.
Fellow shopper RACHEL DAVIES said, “It was around his neck. He went inside and he was holding the head of the snake. He didn’t seem the least bit concerned. But one lady with her baby was really concerned.”
Royal Pythons are not venomous but can grow to more than six feet in length. They are considered docile and are a popular choice for people wanting a snake as a pet. The RSPCA says it’s never a good idea to take your pet snake out for a stroll because it can cause “distress and health problems.”
Is That A Grenade In A Suitcase?
Not sure who thought THIS was a good idea.
An x-ray of a woman’s suitcase at the Hamilton County courthouse in Cincinnati showed what looked like a grenade. Sheriff’s official JIM KNAPP said that something “didn’t look right” in the screening so a bomb-sniffing dog was brought in and because of his response, they evacuated the entire courthouse.
Upon further inspection, the sheriff deputies found that it wasn’t a grenade. It looked like a grenade alright, but it was a perfume bottle shaped like a World War II grenade. No charges are expected.