Culled ‘zombie minks’ rise from graves in Denmark. The bodies of minks culled in Denmark due to the pandemic are rising from their mass graves.
More than 10 million of the furry creatures were killed when a vaccine-resistant mutation of Covid-19 broke out on farms. Now, thanks to gasses released during the decaying process, the minks have expand and pushed out of the ground. Mysterious metal monolith found in remote part of Utah by state officials counting sheep. A mysterious monolith has been discovered in a remote part of the United States.
The object, which is estimated to be around 10-12 feet (3-3.6 metres) tall and made of some type of metal, was found planted in the ground, tucked in a red rock cove. It was spotted in Utah by state wildlife officials who were helping to count bighorn sheep from a Utah Department of Public Safety (DPS) helicopter. "That's been about the strangest thing that I've come across out there in all my years of flying," pilot Bret Hutchings told local news channel KSL TV.
"One of the biologists is the one who spotted it and we just happened to fly directly over the top of it. "He was like, 'Whoa, whoa, whoa, turn around, turn around! ' Interactive Map Shows Where You’d Pop Up If You Dug Straight Through The Earth - UNILAD. The corporate poo patrol is coming after your precious toilet time. We all appreciate the little things in life, and that includes spending five minutes on the toilet scrawling through Twitter on company time.
But those days may be at risk with the StandardToilet, a seat that claims to drastically reduce toilet time. Approved by the British Toilet Association (BTA), a members organisation that campaigns for better toilet facilities, the StandardToilet sits at a downward angle of 13 degrees. After around five minutes of sitting, this will cause strain on the legs, similar to a low level squat thrust, but “not enough to cause health issues,” reassures Mahabir Gill, founder of StandardToilet. “Anything higher than that would cause wider problems. Thirteen degrees is not too inconvenient, but you’d soon want to get off the seat quite quickly.” It was inspired by a series of annoyances. The fight to clampdown on toilet time has begun, it seems.
There is some reasoning to the StandardToilet. But these luxuries are largely reserved for a minority of workers. Hundreds of dead birds found in mystery mass death. Media playback is unsupported on your device Hundreds of birds found dead on a north Wales road are to be tested to discover how they died.
Around 300 starlings were discovered with blood on their bodies in a lane on Anglesey. Dafydd Edwards, whose partner found the birds, said it was as if "they had dropped down dead from the sky". The Animal and Plant Health Agency has collected them for testing, and will examine whether they could have been poisoned. Mr Edwards, 41, said his partner Hannah Stevens first saw the birds alive as she went to an appointment on Tuesday afternoon. "She said she saw hundreds of them flying over and thought it looked amazing but on her way back around an hour later they were all dead in the road. Image copyright Dafydd Edwards Ms Stevens reported seeing the birds eating something in the road. Tailgating and potholes top annoyances for drivers, survey finds. Tailgating by other drivers is the behaviour that annoys motorists most on the roads, according to new research.
The poll found that 85% of drivers questioned found the practice annoying while potholes (81%) were cited as the second most irritating thing. Other annoyances in the top ten included drivers not indicating when turning/changing lane (78%), motorists using mobile phones (75%) and using full-beam headlights (71%). However, only about four in ten (41%) of the 731 Scots surveyed said they were bothered by other drivers breaking the speed limit. As part of the same research, 1,025 Scottish adults were asked a series of true/false questions by pollsters YouGov, with the survey finding that just over one in ten (12%) Scots think drivers can legally handle their mobile phone while sitting in their car at traffic lights.
Woman boiled dirty knickers in hotel kettle when she didn't have clean pair. There are a number of reasons why you shouldn’t boil your underwear in a kettle, in case you weren’t sure.
It leaves bacteria inside the kettle which the person after you will end up drinking, and it doesn’t even clean your pants properly. But one woman didn’t seem too bothered when she boasted about using a hotel room kettle for her knickers after her period came unexpectedly. Contrary to advice from medical professionals, she seemed pretty chuffed with the ‘quick, fast and hygienic’ method. People on social media were understandably mortified with some vowing never to make a cup of tea in a hotel room ever again.
They were also perplexed that the woman decided to publicly announce what she had done. One woman wrote: ‘Apart from the fact that this is thoroughly revolting, surely everyone knows you use cold water to rinse out blood?” That is entry-level laundry washing, people. Don’t ask us why because we don’t know.