Journey in Life: May quá chúng không nghe lời

Thursday, November 22, 2018

May quá chúng không nghe lời

người đàn ông 'điên điên khùng khùng' ra lệnh cho báo ăn thịt nhân viên sở thú :)
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Police say a man was wandering (đi thơ thẩn, lang thang) through Dickerson Park Zoo Tuesday night after it had closed, acting odd (kỳ cục, kỳ quặc) and refusing to leave.

Joseph L. Binford, 37, was flailing (vụt, quật) his arms about and talking to people who weren't there.

When a zookeeper (nhân viên sở thú) confronted (đe dọa, đương đầu) him, the man allegedly (bị cáo buộc) commanded (ra lệnh) the zoo animals to eat the zookeeper. The animals — identified by a zoo spokeswoman as cheetahs (báo) — ignored his commands.

Two officers responded to the zoo and they found Binford on a grassy hill. He was screaming unrecognizable (không thể nhận ra) statements (tuyên bố, bày tỏ, trình bày) about "God" and "Lucifer," while holding a silver object in each hand.

Police commanded Binford to drop the objects, but Binford, like the cheetahs, did not obey commands. Instead, Binford ran up to one of the officers and hurled the silver object — later determined to be a dinner fork (cái dĩa) — at him.

2 comments:

  1. The Cheetahs were allergic to nuts.

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  2. Was hurling the silver object accompanied by the phrase, "Go fork yourself!"?

    If not then they should have shot him.

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