Kangaroo Beats Owner to Death
In another episode of animal attacks, an Australian alpaca farmer was savagely beaten to death by his pet kangaroo in the country's first fatal attack by one of the marsupials in 86 years.
Peter Eades, 77, was found by a relative at his property in Redmond, near Albany in Western Australia's Great Southern region, after suffering serious injuries at about 5pm (10am UK time) on Sunday.
Police were called to assist after the kangaroo became aggressive, preventing paramedics from accessing Mr Eades to treat his injuries so were forced to shoot the marsupial dead.
Mr Eades tragically died at the scene of his injuries caused by the three-year-old kangaroo, which he reportedly raised since it was a joey (a baby kangaroo).
Nigerian Man Got Stabbed to Death in Malaysia While Defending His Wife
A 32-year-old man Nigerian who has been identified as Toheeb Salau aka Gentee was stabbed to death at a club by a suspected cultist in Malaysia while he was defending his wife.The incident happened on Sunday, October 2 in Jalan Razak area of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.It was gathered that the deceased confronted one Goru Emerald Edirin, a suspected cultist and leader of Aiye confraternity in Malaysia for allegedly slapping his pregnant wife, one Mrs Toyin on her butt.An...
23 Year Old Woman Poisoned to Death for Changing Religion
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Equatorial Guinea Repeals Death Penalty
In the quest to ensure a free world, Equatorial Guinea, one of the world’s most authoritarian countries, has abolished the death penalty, state television announced on Monday citing a new law signed by President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.Capital punishment was “totally abolished” in the oil-rich central African nation after the president signed a new penal code, shared on Twitter by the vice president.The last official execution in the small country was carried...
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