In Munich, Germany, a man has found a faster way to get to work without all the traffic hassles. According to Reuters, he used to go to work via bus, bike, car or on foot, but now he swims there. The beer garden worker now packs his laptop and clothes into a waterproof bag which he puts on his back, dons his wetsuit and slides into the River Isar for his journey. He admits that he does this mostly in the summer, as the river water is very cold in winter.
In Danvers, Massachusetts, police received several calls about an alligator along Route 128. When they went to investigate, they found it was a foot-and-a-half plastic toy discarded by the side of the road.
Somewhere in Australia, in a bit of irony, a man bought a Rolls-Royce a couple of weeks ago, but decided the parking garage at his luxury apartments was not secure enough to protect his prize. He a custom cage built surrounding his parking space to protect the vehicle. However, the man had trouble navigating in and out of the cage and ended up driving into one of the cage’s support poles and walls, causing a large amount of damage to the car.In Aptos, California, in another bit of irony, an into.xicated man lost control of his vehicle on a highway, ran over a road sign, careened up an embankment, flipped and landed on the roof of the car. He survived the crash. The sign he ran over: “Report drunk drivers Call 911.”
This dog’s Frisbee miss didn’t fare well for the guy holding the camera.
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This chicken, not once, but twice, gets his bread treat stuck around his neck. (May want to mute due to annoying laughter.)
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In Malmedy, Belgium, the town has turned nearly 10,000 eggs into a giant omelet for the whole community. Cooks and volunteers whipped up the massive concoction using enormous wooden utensils, an oversized and oiled pan, bacon and green onions. According to the Associated Press, they then distributed it to the public. It's an annual event in the town of Malmedy that took on greater meaning this year, as several European countries have reported receiving eggs or egg products contaminated by a pesticide. No one has fallen ill from the eggs and health risk is considered low.
In Alberta, Canada, a Canadian woman lost her engagement ring 13 years ago while weeding her garden on the family farm. But, her daughter-in-law found the ring recently while harvesting carrots for supper. According to the Associated Press, a carrot actually grew through and around the diamond ring the woman had long given up hope of finding.
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