28 Apr 2014

MAY THE FORCE BE WITH THEM.

Standing at four foot four inches tall Worcester's Darius, the world's biggest rabbit, weighs in at approximately and costs £2,500 a year to feed. IMAGE & FULL ARTICLE

       Wanting Malcolm his pet goldfish to lead a more exciting life a former metal worker from West Yorkshire spent seven years and thousands of pounds designing a device in which he takes his pet for a walkies. IMAGE & FULL ARTICLE

And it seems he is not the only one .....


Snapped by a man jogging in Peckham, London ....... a man walking along the high street with two ducks on leads. IMAGE & FULL ARTICLE

From the most romantic article of the week to my favourite article of the week .....


I love you to pieces ...... Loved-up boyfriend proposes by writing romantic poem on personalised jigsaw featuring the faces of himself and his girlfriend. FULL ARTICLE


A group of prisoners from South London are planning to sue UK prison services after claiming they were being discriminated against by an authority that refused to recognise their religion of Jediism, the religion practised by the characters in the Star Wars films.  FULL ARTICLE


When a quiet village in Cumbria was terrorised for six months by a vandal who repeatedly slashed tyres everyone presumed it was the work of a knife wielding thug until CCTV captured the real culprit .... Jess, a border collie dog. FULL ARTICLE


A dog that jumped through a TV after seeing a dog on the screen, wind that blew a man's glasses off his face and into the road where they were crushed by a car, a snail that ate some carpet - just some of the more strange insurance claims made by householders. FULL ARTICLE


And finally Mr T's choice, the news from overseas .....

A court heard how a passenger wearing a blanket as a cape and brandishing a Toblerone bar like a sword demanded that his flight from Amsterdam to Hong Kong be diverted to the Russian resort of Sochi so he could watch the Olympic Games. FULL ARTICLE

And finally should anyone care to enter .....

Contestants are wanted for the UK's first streaking competition. FULL ARTICLE




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10 comments:

Kelly said...

You had so many good stories (with photos) this week that I almost don't know where to begin commenting. Suffice it to say I've had to share several of these with others. I'm still marveling at the size of that rabbit!

Shooting Stars Mag said...

wow, walking a fish and ducks? now that's interesting!

Suko said...

Oh, my goodness! I am still blushing because of that final "cheeky" article. I love the odd (non-dog) animals going out for walks (and not just to the pub). But Darius has stolen my heart. That is one BIG bunny. He is very cute, and has a darling owner and wonderful home.

Melissa (Books and Things) said...

I'll leave the streaking contest to you Brits. ;)

Heard about Jediism. Always thought that one was funny. :)

Stephanie Faris said...

Jediism is a religion now? That's hilarious! I could see people actually practicing that and being serious about it. I wonder if they use lightsabers...

Naida said...

Ducks walking on leashes? That is different!

Literary Feline said...

That rabbit is almost as tall as me! Well, eight inches shorter anyway.

I love the idea of the man taking his fish for walks. Too funny!

I almost fell out of my chair laughing about the group of prisoners who want to sue the UK prison services. That sounds like something straight out of the U.S. Haha

Brian Joseph said...

I love the jigsaw puzzle marriage proposal. It is incredibly romantic and clever at the same time.

Betty Manousos said...

aww, i sympathize with the badger.why lock it in a shed?
taking his fish for walks. that's hilarious.

happy tuesday~

i linked to you today!

xx

Stephanie@Fairday's Blog said...

You constantly amaze me with the articles you find. I love the jigsaw idea. How fabulous- and what a keepsake. :) People also have the most interesting pets!