Monday, May 29, 2017

It’s Memorial Day, a day of remembrance for those who have died in service of the United States of America. Please never forget those who served and gave all.

– Pornaudiography Staff

 

Monkeys Steal Objects From Tourists For Ransom 

Monkeys living near the Uluwatu Temple in Bali, Indonesia, are openly engaging in theft and ransom against helpless tourists. According to the New Scientist, the long-tailed macaques have grabbed cameras, cash, eye glasses and hats from folks, which are not returned until a food ransom is paid. According to authorities, the monkeys learned this lascivious behavior by watching other monkeys; groups with young males were most likely to engage in the theft-and-ransom practice. Researchers believes this type of learned anti-social behavior is likely passed down among generations of monkeys. (Opposing Views)

 

Man crashes borrowed car after choking on hot dog while driving 

A man will think twice before lending his car after a friend crashed it while choking on a hot dog, according to police in Australia. Mandurah police said that officers responded to the scene of a crash, which involved two vehicles and a brick fence. According to the police investigation, the man had borrowed the car from his friend on Wednesday afternoon, because he wanted to buy groceries from a nearby supermarket. As the man was driving home, he ate a hot dog. Suddenly, he began choking, and lost control of the vehicle. The vehicle hit a parked car. The choking man’s vehicle then hit the brick fence of a home, causing damage to it. Additionally, the borrowed vehicle and the parked car suffered serious damage. Luckily, the choking man was able to clear his throat, and he did not suffer any injuries as a result of the lodged hot dog or the car crash. Police said that no charges have been filed. (World Wide Weird News)

 

Venomous 4-foot lizard captured on plane at Florida airport 

Wildlife authorities were summoned to a Florida airport where a stowaway 4-foot black throat monitor lizard was found on a cargo plane. Miami-Dade Fire Rescue said the agency’s Venom Unit responded with Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers Tuesday night to Miami International Airport, where a crew member had discovered the stowaway lizard on a cargo plane. The Venom Unit was able to capture the lizard using a dog crate. Miami-Dade Fire Rescue spokeswoman Erika Benitez said the lizard was checked out by a veterinarian and turned over to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. (WPLG 10 TV)

 

Mom upset man unplugged and deflated bounce house with kids inside

A joyous celebration quickly turned into a nightmare after a stranger pulled the plug and deflated a bounce house during a birthday party with children still inside it. The surveillance video captured a man committing the act before disappearing across the street to his own house. The heavy collapsing plastic sent two children to the hospital as police continue to search for the grumpy neighbor. Parents worked to rescue approximately a dozen kids between ages two and three. Two children had to be taken to the hospital, one for distress and the other to check for possible injuries. Surveillance footage, watched later, captured an unknown man in his 60s looking at the party over a fence for a few seconds. He then heads to the backyard and unplugs the bounce house, before walking back across the street. Police canvased the area, but admit that the man in the video was never identified. Romero said that this is not the first time her family had suffered from an incident like this. She said during the holidays, the family’s cord to their Christmas lights outside was cut. That led them to install the security cameras which caught the neighbor. Port St Lucie, Florida Police say charges for an incident like this vary depending on the situation but, in this case, a trespassing charge would apply.  (WPEC TV)

 

Preacher phones GOD – and his whole congregation believe him

A preacher claimed to be on the phone to GOD during a bizarre church sermon. Incredible footage has emerged of Pastor Paul Sanyangore claiming to be chatting to the Almighty. He is walking among his congregation, chatting on his phone. In the clip Pastor Paul, 32, starts the call with: “Hello, is this heaven?” before pacing up and down the pews as if he was speaking directly to Him. The controversial pastor, of Victory World International Ministries in Zimbabwe, claims to have a 5,000-strong congregation and has previously given out “anointed” condoms. (The Mirror)

 

Trial set for Amish community members over horse droppings 

In Russellville, Kentucky, Members of an Amish community may take their cases to court after being cited for violating an ordinance requiring horses to wear bags to catch their droppings. 13 members of the Swartzentruber Amish sect in Auburn appeared in court Wednesday and were told their trials will begin August 2nd if they can’t settle the cases before then. The defendants belong to a conservative sect that rejects motor vehicles and most modern technology and travel by horse-drawn buggies. They believe the bags violate their community’s religious standards. The city says the ordinance is meant to promote safety. A total of 37 cases are pending against 13 people. The judge set a pretrial conference for attorneys July 19th. (Yahoo)

 

Seven Thousand Combat Boots Line Fort Bragg Field in Memory of Fallen Service Members

Seven thousand combat boots lined a rec field at Fort Bragg, in memory of those Americans who gave their lives in Iraq and Afghanistan. Row after row of boots, some with pictures of the thousands of service members who died in battle, covered a recreation field at the Fayetteville, N.C. installation. This is the third year that the boots have been displayed at Fort Bragg for Memorial Day. Veteran and base employee Mike Thomas joined with Survivor Outreach Services for combat boot donations after getting the idea from the folks at Arlington National Cemetery. He said that the boots are in chronological order of the men and women who were killed. The last boot in the last row of the memorial commemorates Army paratrooper Lt. Weston Lee, who lost his life on April 29th, 2017. (Fox 13 News)

 

Monday Brings Us:

*Learn About Composting Day
*Memorial Day
*Prayer for Peace Memorial Day
*International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers
*Put A Pillow On Your Fridge Day

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