Dis­pen­sary Cor­ner

Pharmacy Daily - - News -

PHAR­MA­CIES sell­ing mo­bil­ity aids will be in­trigued at the story of a New­cas­tle man who is ex­pect­ing to be charged af­ter po­lice caught him tow­ing a boat us­ing his mo­bil­ity scooter.

Chan­nel Nine re­ported the case of Shane Swanscott, who fin­ished re­pair­ing his boat around the same time as he lost his li­cence.

The creative char­ac­ter has been get­ting around town with his part­ner on a $400 mo­bil­ity scooter, and man­aged to rig it up to tow his tinny when he wanted to go fish­ing re­cently (pic­tured).

Un­for­tu­nately a high­way pa­trol ve­hi­cle spot­ted him while wait­ing at a red light, with Swanscott now await­ing a fine in the post. THE owner of a dis­obe­di­ent dog in the USA has is­sued a pub­lic warn­ing urg­ing pa­trons of a nearby McDon­ald’s eatery not to feed the an­i­mal ham­burg­ers.

Clearly un­aware of the po­ten­tial im­pacts of eat­ing lots of fast food, the con­trary ca­nine has ap­par­ently been sneak­ing out at night and loi­ter­ing in the restau­rant carpark in the hope some­one will give it a feed.

Betsy Reyes of Ok­la­homa City has re­leased pho­to­graphic ev­i­dence of the per­verse pup plead­ing for left­over fries or nuggets, along with a Face­book post urg­ing: “If you see my dog at the McDon­ald’s on Shields Street, quit feed­ing her fat ass”.

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