The real man of the woods returns home with his bunch of bananas and his pet squirrels…
Man built a swimming pool in the shape of a pirate ship for his children, but the neighbors forced it to be demolished It took Toronto resident John Konstantinidis eight weeks to build a swimming pool on the property of his suburban home. The man wanted his children to have more fun during the lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic. However, an unusual object in the form of a pirate ship had to be demolished after complaints from neighbors. Just a week after the completion of the work, Konstantinides was approached by representatives of local authorities with an order to dismantle the facility. As it turned out, they received an appeal from one of the man's neighbors, according to whom, the pool was built too close to the border of the site and the fence standing there. The municipality agreed with the complaint, pointing out to Konstantinidis that the construction of pools requires a special permit. In addition, for an object of this size, it is also necessary to draw up a special document regulating building codes and regulations. According to the father, the news of the demolition of the pirate ship was extremely upsetting for his two children. He was outraged by the attitude of the neighbors and claims that they could first express their grievances in a personal conversation. Nevertheless, the man dismantled the pool, received all the necessary documentation and built it again in accordance with all the requirements of the authorities. So in the end the story ended well.
Πυρκαγιά στο Μάτι – Συγκλονιστικό Βίντεο Ένας άντρας στην προσπάθεια του να σώσει την γάτα του εγκλωβίζεται από τις φλόγες που καίνε το σπίτι του. Μέσα σε 3 λεπτά η πυρκαγιά τον έφτασε και του έκοψε κάθε τρόπο διαφυγής. Η πόρτα του σπιτιού του έκλεισε από τον αέρα και δεν μπορούσε να μπει στο σπίτι με κλειστά πορτοπαράθυρα. ΟΙ πληροφορίες λένε ότι σώθηκε πάνω σε έναν τοίχο που δεν έφτασε η πυρκαγιά. Συγκλονιστικό! A shocking video from the recent wildfire tragedy in Mati, Greece. A man in his effort to save his cat, is surrounded by the wild flames and trapped outside his home as the wind closed the door. The video is 3 mins long and in this time the wildfire covers a long distance from his surroundings to his estate. The man who published the video says that he miraculously managed to survive behind a wall.
Rescue a dog in a frozen lake Harlem-Roscoe firefighters were dispatched to a call on the Legends Lake in Roscoe for a man on the ice trying to rescue his dog that had fallen through thin ice into the lake on Dec. 11, 2017. It seems the dog's owner found his dog in the water and tried using a kayak on the ice to get to him. About half way out he broke through the ice himself and was now in the water. First in units arrived on scene and Lt. Justin Mayton donned a cold water suit and firefighters secured him to a safety rope. He then headed out onto the ice with a second Kayak that was on scene. He reached the owner of the dog and the dog's owner was able to climb into the kayak. Mayton was then able to reach the dog and he and the dog were pulled back to the shore by the firefighters on the shore. A rope was also then thrown to the owner in the Kayak and he was pulled safely to the shore. The dog and the owner were warmed up in the ambulance and taken home.
Video by Harlem-Roscoe Fire Photographer Sheryl Drost.
Home for dying children – get to know the story of one man Inspired by a story in the LA Times, Margaret Cotts took action and started a GoFundMe for Mohamed Bzeek and his foster children, many of whom have terminal illnesses. In just two months, 7,574 people donated nearly $400,000 to support his ongoing dedication and love for the children he fosters as if they are his own.
CCTV Shows Chase Between Teenager, Fox And Chicken Hilarious home CCTV footage shows the moment a teenager dropped his GCSE revision to chase a fox out of his garden after it tried to savage one of his pet chickens – creating a Benny Hill-esque madcap chase scene between the three.
Pet deer shot by game warden On Dec. 19 Kansas game wardens came to the home of Mark and Kim Mcgaughey as per a deer they said the family kept illegally as a pet. The mule deer doe, which the family had named Faline and had for about 22 months, was eventually shot and killed by game wardens a few minutes later, on the property. (Video courtesy Kim Mcgaughey)
Man and Grizzly Bear – Rewriting History More than a decade ago, Casey Anderson rescued a grizzly bear named Brutus and founded the Montana Grizzly Encounter in order to provide a natural home for other rescued grizzlies. On this Endangered Species Day, their unlikely friendship teaches us the importance of conservation and respect.
A resident of Ekaterinburg gave battle rapist in an elevator True Hollywood fight for life and death has occurred in the elevator of a building in the Academic. January 23 girl with a bouquet of flowers from back home exam. Bouquet was designed in-law, who helped to prepare for it. On the street behind it had come with a man in the hood. Suspecting nothing, the student got into the elevator - and then the stranger grabbed her from behind. But she was not satisfied with the role of a silent victim - she began to fight back fiercely, kicking and even a bouquet. - Of course, she was scared, but the nature of her battle and she decided to just give up, - said the girl's husband Alex. The forces were not in favor of a maniac - she literally pushed the would-be rapist of the elevator, ran back to the cabin and began to frantically press the button of closing doors. But the offender at the last moment changed his mind to hide - and, as in horror movies, is back in the elevator. But he got a new portion of the blows. He tried to speak with the victim, showing her gestures to be quiet, but eventually gave up and retreated. She called for the number of security systems, but no trace of the perpetrator. The victim wrote a statement to the police, gave signs of operatives and five days later, on January 27 he was caught in the same academic. He wandered in search of a new victim. - A man was easily identified - it was the same coat and the same scarf, which came to the attention of the cameras during the attempted commission of the crime. I detained the man, who at first denied his guilt. Then he showed a video where it was clearly visible not only his clothes but also the face. It was useless to deny his guilt, - he said the district Batraz Bagaev UK "Academic". Now the detainee is in custody. He faces criminal responsibility for the attempted rape.
Modern Caveman: Man Builds A $230,000 House In 700-Year-Old Cave THE pressures of modern life mean that most of us have probably dreamt at one time or another of fleeing to the hills. But real-life caveman Angelo Mastropietro has made his hermit dream a reality - by spending over £160,000 turning a 250 million year old cave in the Wyre Forest into his dream home. The ambitious makeover captured the imagination of viewers when it was featured on Channel 4’s Grand Designs in September. The 38-year-old, originally from Worcestershire, was living a high-flying life as the head of a successful recruitment company in Australia when he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2007. The condition led to him being temporarily paralysed - and inspired him to seek a simpler life.
Instead Of Ignoring A Homeless Woman, A Kind Man Builds Her Shelter The Welcome Home: A Tiny House, Huge Purpose campaign and initial idea all began with a simple friendship. Elvis Summers lives in Los Angeles and had gotten to know a woman named Smokie. Irene "Smokie" McGhee has been on the streets for 10 years. She is not an addict. She was married to a wonderful man and when he passed away, she eventually lost her house and had nowhere to go. Smokie has a son, but he has six children of his own and, although he helps his mother as much as he can, she refuses to live with him because he has enough to worry about, she believes. Summers, who found out the 60-year-old grandmother was sleeping in a patch of dirt at night, decided he was going to do something more. He took $500 of his own money and set out to Home Depot to get the materials needed to build McGhee a place to call her own. The home was built on wheels so that it could be easily moved. The local police have been very supportive, but ask that the home be relocated every 72 hours, according to ordinance.