Indian minister slams ‘loose morals’ of immigrant bulls
And other stories from the stranger side of life
An Indian minister has slammed the “loose moral character” of imported bulls, claiming they are prone to “indiscriminate wantonness”. Farming minister Om Prakash Dhankar said: “Foreign bulls are more aggressive and they violate more animals, including buffaloes, because they don’t have the characteristics of our local bulls.”
Sky mixes up Clive James and Clive Anderson
A Sky News presenter confused Clive James with Clive Anderson, in an awkward moment of broadcasting. Reporting on the death of James, Sarah-Jane Mee remembered “the Bee Gees storming off his chat show”. However, that infamous storm-out was on the Clive Anderson show.
US police rescue deer trapped in bedroom
Police in Oklahoma were called to a home where an intruding deer had made its way inside and ended up stuck in a bedroom. The Edmond Police Department posted a video to Facebook, quipping: “We've said it once, we'll say it again, Christmas decorations should be put up AFTER Thanksgiving!”
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