Kim Kardashian West is a changed woman!
The celeb even walked Ellen through some of the terrifying robbery, explaining:
[Image via The Ellen DeGeneres Show]
All Kerry Surman wanted to do was go for a nice bike ride. But when she came across a gaggle of Canadian geese, she never guessed her safety was at risk!
Surman was riding along the Trans Canada Trail in Ottawa on June 10 and saw a family flock crossing the road with their young goslings.
Miz Surman stopped and allowed the two adults to escort their young across the trail. Then another adult goose appeared on the path soon after. She thought the coast was clear and pedaled on but before she knew it, one of the adult geese swooped down and attacked her!
Say whaaaat?? Police in China are using geese to fight crime!!
In rural parts of China's Xinjiang province, police are using geese to aid them in their fight for justice.
Geese are apparently better than guard dogs even! They're aggressive, have great vision and can get really, reallllly loud.
A police chief in Xinjiang's Shawan county said:
This video is amazing!!!
Lets break it down frame-by-frame.
Gorilla approaches a goose, and we're like uh oh - this isn't ending well for that goose!
Goose notices gorilla, and stars heading TOWARDS the gorilla! And we're all like turn around! Turn around!
Gorilla freaks and stars back pedaling, and we're all like what's happening, this is amazing!
Gorilla straight up RUNS from that goose! Cue us standing up and applauding!
Check it out for yourself by watching the video (above) !!!
Looks like Cincinnati and NYC have a Canada problem..
Canada geese that is!
Interstate 71 traffic was held up TWICE when a family of geese tried to crossed the highway.
A driver phoned police when several cars had to slam on the brakes and
This doesn't bold well for geese in the NYC area!
Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand wants to introduce legislation to make it easier to round up and kill them.
But wildlife advocates are NOT down this new approach.
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