Sunday News

News of the Week – 21st Issue

Sunday NewsOzone hole shrinks to record low:

The hole in the ozone layer above Antarctica has been an issue of concern ever since it started developing in the early 1980s. The hole still exists  but last year it had reduced to be smaller than it has ever been in the last 10 years. READ MORE!

Drunk man tried to have sex with an ambulance:

Last week I shared a news about a man who tried to have sex with a horse. Things aren’t getting any better this week. A heavily drugged 25-year-old man was heard in court this week for trying to have sex with an ambulance last November. He was apparently pressing himself against the front of the ambulance in a rather sensual fashion. This incident happened in Barnstaple, Devon, UK. READ MORE!, if you dare.

A time capsule from 1902 uncovered in Ipswich:

A car crashed into the door of an old Tudor house in Ipswich, UK, last Tuesday. The vehicle took out a wooden pillar at the entrance of Curzon Lodge revealing a blue medicine bottle, containing a shopfitter’s receipt and business card dated 1902. READ MORE!

Vote to name two of Pluto’s moons:

Astronomers are asking for help in naming two newly discovered moons of Pluto, which currently go by the uninspired monikers P4 and P5. Go cast your vote on before the time runs out, (until noon EST (1700 GMT) on Feb. 25). Write-in ballots are also encouraged. READ MORE!

Bigger News:

Pope Resigns.
Meteorite explodes over Russia.

With warm hugs and gentle thuds – Keri


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