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Fern, an 18-month-old boxer from London, recently hopped into the driver's seat of her owner's car and honked the horn for 15 minutes. The dog got tired of waiting. Someone filmed Fern and posted the video online.
Fern's owner Graham Haddow tells the Daily Mail he was shopping. ''I came out of the gallery and looked down the street and saw a crowd of people standing around, pointing at my car. I started running because I was worried something had happened to her. When I got closer I realized people were pointing and laughing and taking pictures. She gave me a sideways glance and just kept on going. I think she is a bit of a diva. She just wants a bit of attention and she seems to have gotten her way this time... I might have to put something on the driver’s seat to stop her doing it again.''
Check out this great story here.
Several months ago the Manchester Museum in Manchester, England noticed that a Middle Kingdom statuette in the museum’s Egyptian Worlds gallery was spinning. The 4,000-year-old, 10-inch tall statue of Neb-Senu has been on display for 80 years, it was only recently that museum staff noticed it was rotating. This spooky time-lapse video shows the statue spinning 360 degrees behind a locked case.
[ManchesterMuseum] [TheSun] [Via]
What did she say?