Champion goat fails a drug test, and more
A champion goat at the Colorado State Fair has lost his title after a urine test revealed the presence of ractopamine, a banned additive used in hogs.
Champion goat fails a drug testThe champion goat at the Colorado State Fair has lost his title after failing a drug test. The goat, named Theodore, was declared Grand Champion for his size—83 pounds—and general condition. Subsequent urine tests, however, revealed the presence of ractopamine, a banned additive used in hogs. “It’s just shocked the heck out of me,” said owner Susan Weinroth, who suggested that “sabotage” was to blame.
Manager sues Target over lunch breaksA former manager at Target is suing the firm, claiming he was fired for working during his lunch break. Target requires employees to clock out for half an hour for lunch. But Jason Kellner, an 8-year veteran, says his lunch was often interrupted by requests from customers and supervisors and that he never expected to be fired for helping them.