by Kangaeroo •
CNN reported globally that a 7-year-old boy lost overnight in a forest near the South Australian capital of Adelaide was saved by a kangaroo.
Simon Kruger, the boy, claims that a kangaroo slept beside him when he went missing overnight.
His father called the kangaroo a “gift from God” that helped keep his son warm in the midwinter conditions.
Simon was found safe and emerged from what could have been a traumatic experience armed with a great story.
＊Personally, Kangaeroo has a number of reasons for reckoning this story may be stretching the truth a bit. If Simon’s tale is, indeed, true, then wonderful, but it kept reminding me of this story. 個人的に、考えRooがこの話がちょっと信じがたいところがあるが、シモン君の話が事実であれば最高だと思う。しかし、どうもこの話を思い浮かばせる。
by Kangaeroo •
A Chinese woman irked by the poor reputation of powdered skim milk produced in her homeland, got jumpy when her order of Australian-made milk contained more kick than she’d probably bargained for, not quite a boxing kangaroo, but a boxed kangaroo, according to Japanese news site Rocket News.
Citing Chinese-language news sources Sina news and ET Today, Rocket says the woman from Qingdao, in China’s Shangdong Province, ordered a box of six cans of Australian-made skim milk through an online shopping site, but only two were delivered with the extra space in the box occupied by a live kangaroo.
The kangaroo, which is in good health, was taken into the care of Qingdao zoo officials, but Rocket says it remains a mystery as to why the kangaroo was delivered.
Original Story (Japanese) ネットでオーストラリア製の粉ミルクを買ったら “生きたカンガルー” が送られてきたでござる!?