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[August 5-11th, 2018] A giant dominoes display ruined by a fly, Amish Uber, a gator graduate, and crime-fighting cows!
Utilizing just a horse and buggy, Timothy Hochstedler of Colon, Michigan, has started his own Amish Uber. Following tradition, there’s no app or mobile ride-hailing, so riders must simply flag him down like a taxi. The ride-sharing super-giant has yet to comment, but people in town are responding positively, noting that they love there’s no surge pricing. Rides are always just $5.
Residents in West Boise, Idaho, were grasping at straws as they tried to explain why a herd of about 100 goats grazed in their neighborhoods. Believe it or not, the goats were a group of escaped lawnmowers, meant to eat the grass surrounding a nearby pond. Their rampage lasted a few hours before the goat rental company managed to get the kids off people’s lawns.
#Breaking – About 100 goats are on the loose right now in a #Boise neighborhood. They are going house to house eating everything in sight. Nobody has a clue where they came from…updates to follow pic.twitter.com/K0ghUwQEfk
— Joe Parris (@KTVBJoe) August 3, 2018
Graduating with a Wildlife Ecology degree from Texas A&M, Mackenzie Noland wanted her graduation photos to be taken with her best friend—a 13-foot 8-inch alligator named Big Tex. Noland interned at Gator Country wildlife park towards the end of her schooling, becoming fascinated with the 1,000-pound reptile. She can tickle his nose, give him kisses, and even balanced her class ring on his nose.
Patrick Sinner and a cohort of 20 dominoes enthusiasts thought they were making the biggest dominoes display ever when a single fly destroyed their weeks of work and months of planning. The dominoes were tiny—about the size of a fingernail—making them incredibly susceptible to any movement. The crew was several hundred-thousand in when the fly set off the chain reaction, leaving them no time to set back up. Believe it or not, it took a full 15 minutes for all of the pieces to fall down.
A Florida woman was being pursued by police in vehicles and helicopters after she stole a car. Ditching the car, she leaped into a cow pasture to flee on foot. Unlucky for her, these cows don’t take too kindly to intruders or criminals. The cows chased the perp down, cornering her against a fence where law enforcement took her into custody.
Cows Help Corral Suspect
Our Alert team assisted the Sanford Police Department on Sunday, tracking down two suspects who crashed a stolen car, bailed out and ran. A herd of cattle provided law enforcement a big assist, repeatedly following and helping corral one who strayed on to their turf!
Posted by Seminole County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday, August 7, 2018
Source: Cows Corner Criminal In Police Helicopter Chase