Showing posts with label strange news 5 February 2021. Show all posts
Showing posts with label strange news 5 February 2021. Show all posts
Leopard locked in bathroom escapes through ceiling, leaves dog unharmed

Leopard locked in bathroom escapes through ceiling, leaves dog unharmed

 

Leopard locked in bathroom escapes through ceiling, leaves dog unharmed

A leopard that spent a night and most of a day locked in a bathroom with a dog at a home in India escaped through the ceiling without harming the canine.

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The owner of the home in Bilinele village, Dakshina Kannada, said the leopard likely chased the dog into the house Tuesday night, and the big cat's tail was seen through the ajar bathroom door Wednesday morning.


A family member closed the door and villagers looked in through the window to see the leopard and the dog occupying opposite corners of the room.


Forest Department officials arrived at the residence and were working on a capture plan for the leopard when the wild animal climbed through the ceiling of the bathroom and found its way out of the home on its own, avoiding nets placed by authorities.


The leopard fled the village with no injuries reported. The dog, named Bollu, was not injured.

India couple get married while scuba diving 60 feet under water

India couple get married while scuba diving 60 feet under water

India couple get married while scuba diving 60 feet under water

An India couple practiced some extreme social distancing for the wedding when they held their ceremony 60 feet under water.


Chennai couple V Chinnadurai and S Swetha were married Monday morning off the coast of Neelankarai, after their support team verified the waters were calm enough for a dive.

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"It was a traditional, only it was underwater. We dived in at an auspicious time in the morning and exchanged garlands and tied the thaali before 7:30 a.m. as per instructions from our priest," groom Chinnadurai, a licensed scuba diver who has been diving for years, told the Times of India.


Swetha said she only started taking scuba lessons about a month before the wedding.


"I was nervous and so were my parents, but we had eight divers with us. It was exciting too because we've been trying to tie the knot since last week," she said. "It was all in the hands of the sea."