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Two drunken moose wander into home for the elderly in Sweden

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  1. Casshew

    Casshew Former Member

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    They rarely have problems with drunks or rowdy animals, but residents of an elderly home in southern Sweden had to deal with both when a pair of intoxicated moose invaded the premises. The moose - a cow and her calf - had become drunk over the weekend by eating fermented apples they found outside the home in Sibbhult, southern Sweden, said Anna Karlsson, who works there.

    Police managed to scare them off once, but the large mammals returned to get more of the tempting fruits. This time the moose were drunk and aggressive, forcing police to send for a hunter with a dog to make them leave.

    http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/WeirdNews/2005/11/08/1297880-ap.html
     
  2. PrayersForMaura

    PrayersForMaura Help Find Maura Murray

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    I didn't see at first that you had a thread for this! :D
    that is pretty hilarious!!
    Who would have thought a cow and her calf would be getting drunk ... eating fermented apples? I need to try that!!



    Drunk moose invade Swedish seniors home
    STOCKHOLM, Sweden - They rarely have problems with drunks or rowdy animals, but residents of a retirement home in southern Sweden had to deal with both: A pair of intoxicated moose invaded the premises.

    The moose - a cow and her calf - had become drunk over the weekend by eating fermented apples they found outside the home in Sibbhult, said employee Anna Karlsson.

    Police managed to scare them off once, but the tipsy mammals returned to get more of the tempting fruits. This time the moose were drunk and aggressive, forcing police to send for a hunter with a dog to make them leave.

    More: http://www.bradenton.com/mld/bradenton/news/breaking_news/13151907.htm
     

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