Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Stockton, CA - A woman in Stockton, California capture a woman on camera while she was walking her dog by driving her car which really stress out the dog since it needs to run faster just to keep up.
Amanda Brajkovich capture the incident on video, as she confronted the dog owner. "She's driving her dog down the road." "Disgusting!" She said on the video.
In the video a dog runs alongside its owner’s car, tied with rope.
"If you're going to be a dog owner, a responsible dog owner, then you need to get out and walk your dog, you know?" Brajkovich demanded. "Don't be lazy."
She confronted the woman pulling the dog along the car, but the dog owner defended her actions. "He wasn't being dragged," she insisted. "I was watching his leash, there was no tension."
The Stockton Police Department looked at the video but say this is not animal cruelty. However, they added that the driver would have been cited for distracted driving.
Thursday, April 21, 2016
Friday, April 8, 2016
Irma Bule, 29 a pop star in Indonesia who is known for wearing snakes during her performance thought the king cobra had been defanged. Unfortunately, it was not and it bit her while she was performing on stage. Despite being fatally bitten she went on singing for 45 minutes before she collapsed in front of a shocked audience.
Bule was performing in the village in Karawang, West Java, in Indonesia. She accidentally stepped on the cobra's tail. The cobra named Rianti, lashed out, sinking its fangs into her thigh.
The singer reportedly refused an antidote from the snake handler but later began vomiting on stage and suffered a seizure.
She was rushed to hospital where she died.
King cobras are the world's longest venomous snake and grow to around 18 feet long. They can release enough venom in a single bite to kill 20 people or an elephant.