Weird News


April 21, 2017

Weird News

A woman tried to save a pigeon's life by giving it CPR.

A video of a woman, who has remained unnamed, attempting to bring the flying creature back to life by giving it mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, has gone viral on social media, according to Glasgow Live.

The footage lasts for 16 seconds and captures the brunette female holding the lifeless animal in her hands before blowing air into its tiny beak and pumping the birds chest in a bid to rescue it.

However, the pigeon's head remained limp as the clip ends.

It is unknown whether the pigeon came back to life.

A man was fined for skipping a red light because he was hungry for a Nando's.

A father, who has remained unnamed, told the Western Australian Police Traffic department he rushed through the traffic lights because he was in desperate rush to get him and his children to the chain restaurant, which is known for selling spicy chicken.

The police force shared a picture of the notice the male completed on their Twitter account, which has been obtained by The Mirror Online, and reads: "I'm in a rush to get the kids Nando's."

A survey has revealed almost 40 per cent of people read through their partner's private messages to test their loyalty.

Research undertaken by OnePoll to mark the release of the new film Unforgettable starring Katherine Heigl and Rosario Dawson, which has revealed 38 per cent of people aged between 18 to 24 will browse through their lovers texts, web history and apps to keep checks on their other half, while only 11 per cent of couples over 55 years old will carry out the intensive search.

The survey also shows one in ten people have secretly contacted someone in their partner's phonebook and has had no shame in quizzing them about the nature of the exchanges made, while six per cent of people have admitted to catfishing their companion, and lured them into an online relationship under a fake identity to test their wandering eye.

The poll has discovered men are the more trusting gender, while 24 per cent of people confessed to searching their ex's new flame on social media.

Unforgettable is set to hit cinemas today.