Friday 10 December 2010

Wild Boar selects the wrong butcher…

A small-town German butcher said on Monday he faces steep bills after a wild boar tore through his shop in an hour-long rampage but will at least recover some of his losses by selling slices of the slain beast. The boar wandered out of a nearby forest and into the shop and caused about 5,000 euros ($6,600) in damage before being shot by a local hunter, butcher Rainer Kraemer told Reuters.

The 130-kg (290 lbs) boar will only fetch about 400 euros in ham and wurst sales after Kraemer finishes carving it up.

Moral: He who tries to steal lunch, can sometimes end up as lunch…

Have a fair-share weekend, from the Namnews Team!

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