A bull joined in a football match in Argentina after escaping from a nearby slaughterhouse. Players and spectators ran for safety as the bull ran wild through the pitch in San Pedro de Jujuy. The referee blew his whistle to warn people to clear the area. A man was taken to a hospital with minor injuries. The fate of the bull is unknown.
Wheel of Fortune contestant slams family
A contestant on US game-show Wheel of Fortune surprised viewers when he was asked to introduce himself in a recent episode. “I've been trapped in a loveless marriage for the last 12 years to an old battle-axe named Kim,” said Blair Davis. “She cursed my life with three stepchildren... and I have one rotten grandson.” He later admitted that he was joking and that his family had approved the gag.
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Osama bin Laden ‘reincarnated as a seashell’
A woman from East Sussex was collecting seashells when she found one that bore an uncanny resemblance to the late terrorist Osama bin Laden. Debra Oliver noted that both had been “buried at sea”, adding: “It’s not that often you find a seashell that looks like anyone at all, so finding Osama bin Laden was amazing.”
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