It must be true… I read it in the tabloids
A 95-year-old Canadian woman had to shoo a black bear with a sweet tooth out of her house twice in one day. Anna Stady, who lives on Vancouver Island, was watching TV when she heard a clattering in the kitchen and found the bear rummaging in her cupboards. “So I told him to get out,” she said. The beast sauntered off, but soon after, Stady heard more noise in the kitchen and this time discovered the bear mauling her sugar bin. “I said, ‘I’m really angry with you. Go home.’” Stady says she was not afraid, and that the bear hasn’t come back. “I still rule my kitchen,” she said.
A British man who sculpted a hedge outside his home into the shape of a reclining naked woman says he is “disgusted” by the parade of drunk men—and a few women—who keep pretending to fornicate with the foliage. “They’re climbing on top of her,” said Keith Tyssen, 84, of his “sexy goddess,” nicknamed Gloria. “It’s awful how it gets molested in such vicious ways.”
A Chinese man hoping to save $3 on a car wash ended up wrecking his $150,000 Land Rover after he drove the luxury SUV into a river. The man parked his four-wheel drive in what looked like a shallow river stream, hoping the flowing water would clean the car of some dirt. But then an upstream dam opened its floodgates, and rushing waters swept the vehicle away and left him stranded on an islet. Firefighters eventually rescued the driver and his flooded SUV. “The car is absolutely clean now,” one person joked on Chinese social media. ■