Rehab centre opened for Amazon addicts
Woman calls police after spotting whales
Awoman called 911 on a family boat trip because a pod of humpback whales appeared in the sea.
The American family member called the police while they were on a boat ride on Washington’s Puget Sound — a notorious whale-watching spot — because the humpbacks wanted to say hello.
The hilarious video was taken by Darren Lucciana, who assures his panicked family: “All right, we’re all right, calm down,” while a woman can be heard panicking in the background.
The lady shouts: “Oh my God, it’s going right under us, you guys!”
Lucciana replies: “Relax, he’s checking us out ... they’re not going to hurt you. Just relax, he’s right under us.
“Look at this, you guys, you’ll never see this again.”
The video shows the aquatic mammals going around and underneath the small boat.
The woman then says: “I’m calling 911.”
She’s then heard relaying information on the call, stating: “I’m out at Puget Sound, and there are three grey whales right underneath our boat, and I’m afraid that we might get flipped over. I’m really scared.”
As the whales make an exciting display of dives, Lucianna says: “That was amazing.”
Arehab centre is opening for online-shopping addicts to save smaller high-street businesses.
The world’s first rehab clinic for self-confessed Amazon addicts has opened in the United Kingdom following new research by fintech company iZettle, which has found one in three Britons is addicted to shopping online for goods.
The one-of-a-kind therapy centre allows visitors to repeatedly flatten cardboard boxes as a form of stress relief and visit the ‘Shock Room’, which features images of the UK’s desolate high streets in the future.
Co-founder of floristry business Rebel Rebel, Athena Duncan said: “We need our high streets and shops so we can experience real things and touch them, taste them and feel them. In 10 years’ time when we turn round and there are no high streets left, it will be too late.
“At our workshops, you will experience the fun of playing with flowers and creating something beautiful. We hope this will inspire you to explore your local shops and discover what it is to be real. Support your local shops now because we’re worth it!”
The ‘Giant Corp Rehab Centre’ is free to attend for anyone willing to admit their addiction to one-click buys.