Weird News

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June 15, 2016

An eight-foot alligator was spotted with a human body in its mouth in Florida, California.

A startled pensioner saw the monstrous reptile with the person jammed between its beastly teeth near his retirement home. According to several reports, police later discovered the dead body, but the gator has still not been found and is believed to still be on the loose. It's not known if the person was deceased before the reptile got to it. Sergeant Gary Gross of Lakeland Police Department said: "The officers got here and the alligator still had the person. He let the individual go, he is deceased, looks like this person may have been dead more than a day. We don't want to speculate but I will tell, when the officer got here, the alligator did a roll and had the person in contact with him. The officers immediately got their firearms out in case the gator comes up. Once he left, they didn't want him coming back and pull the body back out. That did not happen."

A man lost his trousers after a night out with his grandmother.

Andy Gaude's, 30, Calvin Klein chinos went missing after a boozy session to celebrate his grandparent's 80th birthday and he sent out a missing trousers request online to track down the garment, although he was forced to return to the party in his pink designer boxers. Speaking to Reddit Online about the mishap, which was also reported on the Mirror Online, the Bytown Blues rugby player said: "I lost my pants Friday night. They're charcoal Calvin Klein chinos. Inside my pants are my wallet and cell phone. I was staying at the Marriott harbour in front, I blacked out and don't know where I would have taken my pants off. Had security check the tapes at the hotel and I, indeed, was pantsless when I arrived back. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated. Please, if you have any information about the whereabouts of my beloved chinos please contact me". However, the Ottawa native has since been reunited with his runaway wardrobe, which were found on the city's Lower Water Street.