FRIDAY FILES – December 6, 2019

And now it's time for FRIDAY FILES!

Donald Duck scares away a telemarketer, stampede to work, pig video bombs newscast, and more.

In Oakwood, Georgia, a man called out of work at a fast food restaurant because he was “intoxicated.” However, he did show up later. The Gainesville Times reports that he demanded money while holding a co-worker at gunpoint.

On a flight from Paris to Boston, a Delta Air Lines jet had a “wardrobe malfunction.” According to the Boston Herald, an uninflated evacuation slide fell from the jetliner into the yard of a suburban Boston home. The resident of the home told The Patriot Ledger he was doing yard work when the slide took out several branches of his Japanese maple. No one was hurt.

In Chattanooga, Tennessee, the Tennessee Aquarium is using an innovative way to light up a special Christmas tree. A special system connected to an electric eel named Miguel’s tank enables his shocks to power strands of lights on a nearby tree, the Associate Press reports. Miguel releases low-voltage blips of electricity when he is trying to find food, aquarist Kimberly Hurt said. That translates to a rapid, dim blinking of the Christmas lights. When he is eating or excited he emits higher voltage shocks which cause bigger flashes.

Here’s one way to get rid of a telemarketer. If you can’t view the below video, try

I’ve never seen people so anxious to go to work before. If you can’t view the below video, try

A pig in Greece had his moment of fame. If you can’t view the below video, try
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