Showing posts with label strange news 11 February 2021. Show all posts
Showing posts with label strange news 11 February 2021. Show all posts
Woman finds rattlesnake guarding her food delivery

Woman finds rattlesnake guarding her food delivery

 

Woman finds rattlesnake guarding her food delivery

An Arizona woman's meal was delayed when she went out to her porch to retrieve a food delivery and found the bag being protected by a western diamondback rattlesnake.

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The Tucson woman contacted reptile relocation company Rattlesnake Solutions for help when she found the snake camped out right next to her Uber Eats delivery.


Rattlesnake Solutions trapper Dave Holland said the woman opened her door to find the snake "stretched out by her bag of food."


Holland snapped a photo when he arrived on the scene and posted it to the company's social media pages.


"She was startled by the snake's close proximity, but not as panicked as some are," Holland told McClatchy News. "We figured the snake froze by the mat or on it when the delivery person approached, and was not seen until the customer opened the door."


Holland said he captured the snake in a bucket and relocated it to a nearby desert with plenty of rats nearby for food.

Tour guide finds 42-year-old message in a bottle on Australian beach

Tour guide finds 42-year-old message in a bottle on Australian beach

 

Tour guide finds 42-year-old message in a bottle on Australian beach

An Australian man leading a tour group on a Western Australia beach discovered a message in a bottle dated from April 1979.

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Ashley McClintock said he was leading a quad bike tour at Wagoe Station, near Kalbarri, when he spotted what he initially thought was litter on the beach.


"I thought it was somebody's water bottle so I asked the last person in the group to pick it up," McClintock told The West Australian. "It turned out it was an old bottle with 'poison' written on it."


The bottle contained a water-damaged note on a piece of folded cardboard. The message was dated April 3, 1979, and signed by "I Cassidy."


"If this is found four years or more after it is sent reward will be offered. Contact address on other side. If it is found less than this, 50c for each year but please contact I Cassidy," the message reads.


The address on the other side was damaged by water, but appears to have listed a location in Geraldton or Carnarvon.


McClintock said he hopes Cassidy will hear the news of the bottle's discovery and get in touch.