It must be true... I read it in the tabloids
▪ A Colorado bear mauled a doughnut shop’s delivery car while trying to get at the lingering smell of sweet treats coming from the vehicle’s trunk. Kim Robertson of the Moose Watch Café said she came out to find her car’s rear bumper ripped off and a bear print on tuess if anyone is an expert about this, it’s us.”
▪ A 73-yearold Australian fisherman was knocked off his feet when a 9-foot great white shark suddenly leaped out of the ocean and into his boat. Terry Selwood was fishing when “I just saw a blur coming in the corner of me eye.” The 440-pound shark crashed onto the deck, knocking him down and slicing his left arm with a fin. “The thing was beside me, and I thought, ‘Oh, a bloody shark.’” As the fish thrashed wildly, Selwood ran to the back of the boat and radioed the coast guard, which found him clinging to a gunnel.
▪ A teenage driver could be hit with a $10,000 bill after he steered his car into freshly poured concrete on a Nebraska road. Shadrach Yasiah, 19, was trying to evade a traffic jam when he wove through some construction cones, only to realize his car was sinking into the road. It took two hours for a tow truck to pull the car free. City engineer Thomas Shafer said Yasiah would be billed for the rescue and road resurfacing, but offered the teen some free advice: “Pay attention to the cones out there.”