In Australia, guns are very restricted. This keeps deaths down only to the very old and the very sick as crime and accidental death are completely eliminated.
A woman has been killed after being attacked by her “harmless” pet, prompting a study into the hidden dangers of seemingly innocuous injuries. We need rooster confiscation immediately to end this fowl play.
An elderly woman from South Australia has died after being pecked at by her “aggressive” rooster while collecting eggs from the chicken coop in her garden.
The rooster reportedly punctured a varicose vein with its beak, causing it to bleed profusely.
Further examination found the victim had suffered numerous other injuries, but the main cause of death was the bleeding that couldn’t be stopped, The Advertiser reported. Not a winner of life’s lottery right there.
The identity of the lady has been suppressed to avoid further trauma to her family. I would rather be killed by a hipoint then go out this way.
The incident has prompted a public warning of the hidden dangers of seemingly harmless animals, especially for elderly people. Thank God we got the government to warn us of all the dangers in life. Truly, what would we do without it?
The incident has prompted a warning of the hidden dangers of seemingly harmless pets.
As you can imagine I had a much much more R rated version of this post ready to go but self control got the better of me.