Friday Fun Facts

Police Dog Bit by Suspect – Bites Back

A New Hampshire man was arrested for biting a police dog.  The incident unfolded when police responded to a reported shooting at a house.  Two people at the home were wanted on warrants and tried to flee.  “Both of them resisted arrest and one of them bit the police dog and then the dog bit him back.  The suspect, who was not identified, was charged with resisting arrest and assault on a police dog.  The dog, identified on the New Hampshire Canine Trooper’s Association Facebook page as K9 Veda of the New Hampshire State Police, was uninjured and cleared to return to duty. “If you get into a biting competition with a police dog, you’re not going to win,” said Sergeant Killary of the New Hampshire State Police.

New Law Prohibits Cooking Live Lobsters

You can choose a live lobster at Red Lobster to be thrown into a boiling pot of water for maximum freshness.  However, that’s now illegal in Switzerland who has banned the common practice of throwing fresh lobsters into boiling water.  Live crustaceans, including lobsters, may no longer be transported on ice or in ice water. Aquatic species must be kept in their natural environment and be stunned before killing them,” say the rules that will take effect in March. No information was provided on how to “stun” a lobster.

Police Officer Caught Stealing Cookies

Officer Thomas Hooper faced a disciplinary hearing after being accused of taking a colleague’s tin of cookies and lying about it.  Hooper claimed he intended to replace them after he was confronted about the left.  “It shows clear evidence of misappropriation of property. The officer was aware it belonged to someone else and the officer has taken it….showing a fundamental lack of integrity, said a hearing officer.  The sergeant was reprimanded after being literally caught with his hand in the cookie jar.