In Breckenridge, Colorado, a woman was snowboarding when she was approached by something unexpected. She saw a moose within feet of her and screamed as the moose suddenly ran by her. According to the Associated Press, resort officials say no one was hurt, and the encounter is a good reminder that skiers and snowboarders share the mountain with wildlife.
In Allentown, Pennsylvania, a woman was resigned to being a plump old lady. Over 15 years she kept getting bigger despite dieting. But with her health deteriorating, her son persuaded her to go to the hospital. According to the Associated Press, what doctors found astounded them—a cyst in one of her ovaries had grown into a 140-pound tumor. Doctors at Lehigh Valley Health Network removed the cancerous, Stage 1 mass in a five-hour operation.
In Avon Lake, Ohio, librarians at the public library are confused about the odd items found around the building. Since January, employees have found 30 10-ounce containers of A.1. steak sauce hidden on shelves, among newspapers and magazines. All were clean with “just a hint of the sauce odor inside,” the library revealed in a Facebook post. Jill Ralston, the library’s public relations coordinator, doubts any bad-natured intent on the part of the anonymous prankster, the Huffington Post reports.In Trenton, New Jersey, a federal judge has dismissed an unusual discrimination lawsuit. A woman said her husband, struggled with extreme gas and uncomfortable diar.rhea due to gastric bypass surgery. Her suit claimed the company’s president complained about the side effects and told her husband to work from home due to the smell of his gas. She also worked at the firm. According to the Associated Press, the wife’s initial claim was dismissed last summer. Her amended lawsuit said managers made “insulting and humiliating” comments that caused her mental and physical anguish. But, the court found she failed to prove the managers created an abusive work environment.