You have to wonder if certain people want to get caught with drugs. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s office in Colorado say that 34-year-old David Pan-gallo pulled into the drive-thru at a bank to deposit cash using a pneumatic tube. When the bank teller opened up the tube they reportedly found two bags of cocaine mixed in with the cash. The bank teller contacted police who arrived at the scene and arrested him. (DailyMail)
Not all heroes wear capes! A pregnant woman in Arizona is being praised for her heroic effort to rescue a snake from certain death. Tawney Rauch was driving home when she saw a six-foot snake in the middle of the road. Not wanting to see it get flattened by a passing car, she approached the serpent and carefully picked it up, all while talking to her husband on her cellphone. She eventually released the snake near their home. So, not all heroes wear capes, some wear maternity pants.
Yahoo says officials in Lund, Sweden recently began spreading chicken droppings throughout the town’s central park. The goal was to dissuade people from showing up for an annual town celebration during the coronavirus. Mayor Philip Sandberg says, Chicken manure has two effects. Firstly, it will really smell, so a picnic won’t be pleasant, secondly, it’s also good for the grass in the park! Well, thank you chickens for your valuable contribution for keeping people safe….and you’re delicious.