It must be true…
I read it in the tabloids
A Michigan cat that vanished from its owner’s home in October turned up two months later 1,100 miles away in Florida. Bandit, a 2½-year-old tabby, was brought to the BluePearl pet hospital in Tampa by a local woman he’d followed home. How he made the cross-country journey remains a mystery, but his owner, Judy Sanborn, speculated he stowed away on a Florida-bound vehicle. A microchip embedded in Bandit advised BluePearl officials of Sanborn’s ownership. She’s now considering whether to keep him indoors full-time. “He (is) a little traveler,” Sanborn said.
A British man has denied operating an illegal sushi restaurant inside his home despite considerable evidence to the contrary. A sign above Orlando Williams’ front door in Norwich reads “Orlando’s” and offers a telephone number and web address. Neighbors said he hosted a “launch party” when opening in October; a Facebook page directs potential patrons to his home’s address; and inspectors discovered a bar and 24 place settings in his dining room. Williams, though, is sticking to his story. “All I do, I have my name on my house,” he said. “There is no restaurant here.”
An Oklahoma woman was charged with poaching after she bragged to a man she met through a dating app about a prize deer she’d shot out of season. The man was a state game warden. The warden, Cannon Harrison, initially thought someone was playing a prank when the woman told him on the app Bumble she’d shot a “bigo buck,” or big ol’ buck. Harrison, 24, asked for a photo of her with her kill, and she sent it to him. The next day, wardens fined her $2,400. “It seemed too good to be true,” Harrison said. ■