All publications of Amelia Walker . Manchester , United Kingdom
In Britain, the corona virus has caused a deficiency of pets
Britain has faced an acute deficiency of domestic animals due to the virus. Lonely British who found themselves in isolation lined up to get pets.
According to breeders, need for animals has raised to 140 percent in April. At the same time, one can not even hope to get the long-awaited friend so quick - waiting lists usually consist of 100 to 400 people who want them too.
In turn, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Violence against Animals recorded an increase in the amount of visits to their shelters by 600 percent. It clears that especially quarantined Britons are interested in cocker poodles (cockapu), French bulldogs and other dog breeds, which are relatively easy to care for.
Residents of Britain reported about huge black cats who attack sheep
Photographs of a large black cat hiding in the bushes were published by residents of the village of Tedburn St. Mary. In addition, traces of paws were observed, presumably belonging to the same predator, next to the remains of a deer. The forest near the village is now rarely visited by residents due to the regime of self-isolation and this, as local residents suggest, could give courage to large predators.
Dr. Terry Moore, a specialist in large predators of the feline family, said that reports of large cats, presumably cougars and panthers, had been received several times before from Hertfordshire, a four-hour drive from Devon.
Among locals there is an opinion that the huge cats, which they call "Beasts of Bodmin" and "Beasts of Dartmoor", have been living in the swamps of Devon and Cornwall for more than a decade. In July 2019, the owner of the zoo in Dartmoor said that he personally observed three cougars freely walking in the wild, which should have been transferred to the zoo at least three decades ago.
It is believed that panther and cougar could be let out by circus artist Mary Chipperfield after the closure of her zoo in Plymouth in 1978. Since 2000, more than 200 reports of large cats walking through swamps have been recorded in Devon and Cornwall.
There is a new painting in the English infirmary, it is dedicated to doctors
A new painting by the famous street artist Banksy with gratitude to doctors appeared in an English infirmary in Southampton.
A monochrome picture of 1 square meter was hung in the lobby of the infirmary near the emergency room.
It portrays a boy playing with a nurse-superhero at the trash can, in which there are also Batman and Spiderman.
Banksy left a fraze: "Thanks for everything you do. I hope this will brighten up this place, even though it is black and white."
Lots of facial masks were stolen and they supposed to go to the NHS and front-line workers.
On Wednesday the £166,000 worth of protective equipment was taken by three thieves . They broke a warehouse. It happened in Salford.
One of policemen who is from the Greater Manchester Police, told in a very emotional way that it was an terrible crime. And he doesn’t see any humanity in it.
Those masks supposed to be supplied to care homes, in West Yorkshire.
A big quantity of high-quality respirators were moved from the warehouse overnight.
Those thieves spent there nearly 2 hours first they cut a hole in the warehouse steel shutters because they didn’t want to hear trigger alarms by lifting up the door.
After that they removed 320 boxes, of the facial masks. A lot of money were spent on those equipment.
Some medical equipment, including cheaper quality masks, which were there as well, were left untouched. This crime weird and there is no humanity in those thieves.
John Berry has claimed the indemnification for a pushchair which was damaged during transportation.
The man traveled to Manchester with his family and rented a buggy for transportation. However, he received his pushchair broken into two pieces.
He reported the damage at the airport and asked the manufacturer to send the report for the repair and its cost.
John stated that he has not even received the refund of £60 what he paid for the buggy.
Ryanair responded to the case and declared that the company has already replied to the complaint. The customer needed to send the report of damage and repair cost from the manufacturer. However, no documentation has been received by Ryanair yet.
Burglars ravaged a primary school resulting in damages worth thousands.
All Saints C of E Primary School at Whitefield was ransacked around 5:30 am due to which several students were sent back home.
There was massive property damage which included breakage of televisions, interactive whiteboards, and windows.
The damaged area of the school was closed on Wednesday. School authority informed parents of about 60 students that school would be closed for the students.
The burglars managed to escape before they could be caught. Many parents supported the school with some contribution to recover the damages.
A discarded shotgun was found on the pavement of Burnage Lane.
On Thursday morning, a bystander observed that weapon near the junction of Green End Lane and called the police.
The area was taken under protection and was surrounded by a police-tape cordon. The officers took the gun and have started the investigation regarding the weapon.
Detectives are appointed to solve the mystery of discarded gun as soon as possible. However, no clue has been discovered yet.
The gun was found around 8 am on September 19. The eye witness called the police immediately after seeing that firearm.
The police have appealed residents to convey any information related to the gun and why it was discarded by calling the helpline number.
Just as the weather forecast, there was heavy rainfall in some parts of Manchester on this Saturday midnight. The road of the affected regions have been barred, and driving alert has been issued.
The driving conditions on the road is dangerous due to the accumulation of water. Greater Machester Police and North West Motorway Police have reported crashes and slips owing to the situation raised after heavy rainfall.
The Met Office delivered a yellow warning for rainstorm and cloudburst on Friday. It was predicted that the 30-40 mm of rainfall would be there in the northern side of Manchester which may continue up to 6 hours.
Ivan Girga, aged 27, was driving his car at the speed of 72 mph and end up blasting into a vehicle with a family.
This incident took place in the 30mph zone on Crescent Road in Crumpsall. Ghusanfar Illyas, of age 42, died after this terrifying crash. Six members of his family sitting in that car have been admitted to the hospital owing to significant injuries.
Police have arrested Girga, and the court has sentenecd imprisonment for nine years has been given as a punishment.
Manchester Crown Court found Girga guilty of this accident and found his license only with 25 points.
Girga, a mechanic from Bolton, acknowledged that he should have banned from driving at the time of the crash. He was convicted of driving without a license or insurance.
A small was discovered on the loss in bury.
A sand-colored 6ft snake was seen wriggling on the road near Stand Golf Club in Whitefield. People were horrified after seeing the snake.
From the footage, the snake was predicted to be sand-colored Python with brown linings on the back. Some people said that it is a pet python and has escaped from its home.
Some people tried to catch it, but it was speedy and terrifying.
The snake drew itself in curvy motion and escaped the places down the metal grid of the car.
One person who witnessed that snake described it as a 'humongous' and six feet long.